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  • You forgot a lot of events:
    Avatar Kyoshi
    Zuko is born
    Zuko and Ozai fight in an Agni Kai (I know this is mentioned, but it’s not on the timeline)
    Toph is born
    Jet’s parents die
    Katara and Sokka is born
    Katara’s mother is taken

    Other than that, I love this

  • Thanks again to @KileyKeeling for creating this tag and @MarisaMohi for another fun collaboration. Feel free to answer questions about your WIP in this thread, I want to hear all about your work in progress!

  • So I was confused as to how they got the whole original sources for bending after the whole lionturtle thing…but since apparently they didn’t get bending from the lionturtles first. Like they made it seem like in LOK. (Only watched the first season and a half of LOK, I hated it.)

  • What horrors should I watch in October? I filmed a 24hr Horror Marathon video last year. These are the films I watched: Happy Death Day 2 U, Scream, Cabin in the Woods, Train to Busan, The Witch, The Shining, Overlord, Truth Or Dare, A Quiet Place, 28 Days Later, Carrie (2013), Final Destination, & Jennifer’s Body.
    Check out the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8BDEH-93ew0

  • I really liked this re-interpretation…but I have no desire to see it again anytime soon. But I’d gladly watch the original again, anytime, especially in that gorgeous new remaster that was done. Would love to see you react to the original sometime!

  • Suggestion: 10 Cloverfield Lane. Excellent thriller filled with suspense and certain moments that will get some of the best reactions.

  • Please react to:

    Your Name by Makoto Shinkai

    Howl’s Moving Castle by Hayao Miyazaki (Studio Ghibli)

    A Silent Voice: The Movie by Naoko Yamada

    I Want to Eat Your Pancreas by Shin’ichirô Ushijima

    From Up on Poppy Hill by Gorô Miyazaki (Studio Ghibli)

    The Cat Returns by Hiroyuki Morita (Studio Ghibli)

    Whispers of the Heart by Yoshifumi Kondô (Studio Ghibli)

    Weathering with You by Makoto Shinkai

    When Marnie Was There by James Simone, Hiromasa Yonebayashi (Studio Ghibli)

    Grave of the Fireflies by Isao Takahata (Studio Ghibli)

  • I looove Dario Argento’s Suspiria, it’s my personal favorite film of all time, but this is a great example of a “remake” done right, although not that very “loyal” to the original but still I loved this. The woman who plays the Doctor’s wife is the actress who plays the original Suzy Bannion in Argento’s Suspiria.

  • Some pagan religions focus on a life/death/rebirth cycle that Madam Marcos was trying to violate, so her goddess felt compelled to pop some heads in punishment. I got the impression that Dakota’s character had gone through her own life cycle and awakened to her real nature near the end. Just my interpretation.

  • The original is a classic, but as a dancer, I prefer this one. It really uses the dance as the vehicle for magic and works to get that post war vibe. If you’re at all interested in the dance from Germany at that time, Wim Wenders has a great doc about Pina Bausch, the choreographer that Tilda Swinton’s character is based off of. It’s called Pina and is a real love letter to her work. The dancing in this film is done by Damien Jalet, though, and Volk is an expansion of a prexisting piece that is also on YouTube if you’re interested in seeing just the dance without mutilation or magic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZeSdm1aCsGw

  • I’ve seen both versions and as a whole I prefer the original but they are both such different movies its a little unfair to compare them too deeply. I liked the remake but the things holding me back were really just how cluttered it felt as a whole. I understand Guadagnino had a lot of ideas he wanted added and a lot of parallels but personally it made the movie feel almost overly dense while simultaneously really empty. I felt like a lot of things were a bit shallow like the hostage situation reports that were supposed to have some kind of parallel with the power structure of the school or maybe the situation of the doctor, the weird oppression of Susie’s childhood that was in all of her dreams, her friendship with Susie also felt odd since they never really seemed to have time to bond in this version, the doctors storyline felt a little off probably because you could tell it wasn’t a man playing the role so it felt like there was going to be some twist with him but it just turned out he was just in the wrong place at the wrong time in a way, Why did the one instructor stab herself when Susie was doing jumping practice? we see she was nervous but had 0 implication of why, when did Susie discover she was Mother Suspiriorum?.

    So there were a lot of interesting plot points that I personally wanted to see a little more developed but there was just so much content and so many different threads that it felt like so much of the movie was up to interpretation it felt overwhelming in a way that it was easier to just read it all a little closer to face value which really brought it down for a viewing experience. I really liked the visuals of this movie it used the dreariness and the general dark/dim lighting to its strength, and the movie was pretty solid but it was a little harder to enjoy with the sheer dense yet imo overly open plot.

    If you do have time I would really suggest watching the original. It is very different as a movie but its a very enjoyable one, the soundtrack is very unique and the lighting even to this day is still very intriguing and something I haven’t really seen quite matched in the terms of just atmosphere it provides while still not feeling overproduced. The plot is much lighter but it makes the handful of plot points it does lean on have a stronger impact.

  • I really liked this movie, I’m so happy to finally see a film commentary channel cover this film! If you like dance movies I highly recommend Black Swan, it’s about a young ballet dancer who is cast as the lead in swan lake. It’s an excellent horror film and i have not seen any film commentary channels do a video on it!

  • This movie was sooo good, I love the witchcraft being so normal and confused to the viewers because you dont know why the characters act certain way….

  • OMG I have been hoping SOMEONE would do a reaction to this movie, and it ends up being you! Yay! I ‘can’t wait to watch this, I love this movie.

  • I watch a lot of your video´s and wanna to say: Great Job, enjoyable commentating and you have a really nice personality, that makes watching a lot of fun. Peace and thank you

  • Go into this movie knowing most everyone hates it (also realize most people like garbage movies). Not saying this is the best movie ever. It’s probably 1/2 hour too long, but its worth watching.

  • Have you seen the film documentary The Australian Dream about the Aussie rules player? Saw it recently and found it very moving and felt it necessary for EVERYONE to see it.