Can anyone help me find the name of this scary movie from the late 90's or early 2000's?
I've been trying to find this movie for the past 7 years. It randomly pops into my head. I don't remember much details, but basically it's like a group of people that walk into a restaurant (or building not sure, but I remember it being like a pizza place or something), and once you enter no one can see into the place. The reason they entered was because I think it was like a visual trick to make the place look brand new or something. To any other people (once the people entered into the place), it looks like some abandoned place and when someone tries to peer inside by looking through the glass all they see is an empty building, but on the other side, there's people screaming for help. There's someone or someTHING that is killing them. The last thing I remember is the very last scene where there is a girl left and she see's someone passing by on the outside (or I think it was cops or one of their friends that had an idea that they were going to that place) and she's trying to catch their attention but obviously no one can see or hear her and then she ends up either dying or being stuck there forever.
I've searched up horror movies from the 90's and 2000's but I couldn't find it. If anyone has any idea I'll love you forever :(
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How did Tom Hardy get roped into this? I'll eat a sock if it's actually good.
How did Michael Fassbender get roped into Assassin’s Creed?
Please don't suck.
Damn, Sony works fast!
WHITE TEXT, BLACK OUTLINE.
Legible on basically everything. It's, like, the most basic rule of adding captions to things.
A couple of the background colour choices make the rules difficult to read, like Merida and the shark.
the 23rd rule is always in the comments
Pixar didn't make Planes.
Reminds me of interview with David Bowie where he simply gets the internet.
What was really innovative about Blair Witch wasn't the low budget, it was the unprecedented viral marketing campaign. Younger people may not know how effective this was. I saw this movie while on a side-trip at summer camp. We all thought it was a real story.
Great interview, Bowie always struck me as a pretty switched on guy.
It seems that the interviewer didnt really get his point of view at all, seemed more concerned with trying to catch him out/prove him wrong.
Exactly, that campaign was something else. The actors were even declared dead on their IMDB pages. I remember going there to check if they were actors, and they all stood as "appearing as himself/herself" and deceased. It was crazy brilliant. I spend weeks researching after that, to find out it was fake.
Holy wow I never thought we would get part 2! Ahh such excite!
They can both be good?
The first one is fucking brilliant. I was really disappointed when it didn’t win the Oscar.
It is, Don hertzfeldt, one of the greatest animators I've ever seen in terms of comedy and storytelling
It's very apparent that the "secret" is that he's a closet case. An effeminate fashion designer who's straight? Girl, no!
He's gonna drink her milkshake for sure
I thought Daniel Day-Lewis retired from acting?
Edit: ok he did and this is his last movie.
Is there another option? I see the gay secret thing, But what if he just murders people.
Its 8:30. I did not need to start my day like this op.
He could speak in the book. He was begging to die. You’re welcome.
"literally screwed every kid"
That movie is so weird watched as an adult. None of it was weird when I watched as a child.
I think this brings up the movie-fans vs general audience debate again. The general audience wants to know what to spend their money and time on where as the majority of movie fans (including Denis) will go in with a clear-mind, seeing what the film has to offer. Can’t really please both sides here.
I completely agree with everything he said. And I also stand by avoiding spoilers in trailers.
This is so sad that such a good movie is doing so bad :(
I think ‘art house’ is pushing it.
It’s not exactly a mainstream summer blockbuster either, but come on, it’s a sci-fi movie with extremely high production value and famous actors, biggest name in cinema music and most renowned cinematographer, with involvement from Columbia and warner bros pictures.
But yeah probably a lot of people weren’t down for a 3 hour movie, which is a shame. I know in my country at least they charge extra for movies that long.
Edit: I’m seeing a lot of people saying they don’t think the length is the problem. Well if the length isn’t the issue, and if it’s not the marketing, then what is it? Curious to hear. Personally I loved the movie and did not think it was too long, but I could see how the mainstream audience might think that.
And it has NOTHING to do with the marketing. Anyone who says so is an idiot.
It's a 3 hour art house film.
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Spoilers!!! Great, now I know the Justice League will prevail in saving the world. Just GREAT.
Nah, everyone dies, but at the end of the movie you see a bit of dirt rumbling on all 6 graves
I have no idea why DC are doing so much so quickly, they really ought to hit the brakes and assess the situation they're in before making another Justice League movie, actually they need to do it before announcing another film 5 years early.
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Summary: Based on the true story of the Granite Mountain Hotshots, a group of elite firefighters risk everything to protect a town from a historic wildfire.
Director: Joseph Kosinski
Writers: Ken Nolan and Eric Warren Singer, based on the GQ article "No Exit" by Sean Flynn
Cast:Josh Brolin as Eric Marsh /sub/milesteller as Brendan McDonough Jeff Bridges as Duane Steinbrink Jennifer Connelly as Amanda Marsh James Badge Dale as Jesse Steed Taylor Kitsch as Christopher MacKenzie Andie MacDowell as Marvel Steinbrink
Rotten Tomatoes: 90%
After Credits Scene?: No
I like the movie. If you like Deepwater Horizon or Patriots Day, you'll like the movie.
It is nice to see Jeff Bridges and Josh Brolin together again in one screen.
I also like Taylor Kitsch character from an asshole to a brother to Miles Teller character.
Just got out of the theater and it was a great movie. Great cinematography and acting. 9/10 would recommend. The story was so heartbreaking
If you like Deepwater Horizon or Patriots Day, you'll like the movie.
Funnily enough when I saw the teaser for this in a theater I immediately thought it would be this year's Deepwater Horizon. I'm surprised Berg didn't direct this also
I thought that this movie was amazing. Not a dry eye in the theater after it was finished. Awesome cinematography as well. Also some really strong standout performances from Jennifer Connelly and Josh Brolin. I love that this movie managed to be both entertaining and respectful to the men that the movie is about. The chemistry between the cast was great too.