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  • CONT’D: A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood is set for release in December 2019. ℹ️

MY TAKE: Colin Hanks is a very good actor in his own right. Whenever he pops up I am always impressed. 🧐

QUESTION: What’s your top 5 Tom Hanks performances? 🤔

TAG: A person that loves Tom Hanks 🏷
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  • CONT’D: A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood is set for release in December 2019. ℹ️

    MY TAKE: Colin Hanks is a very good actor in his own right. Whenever he pops up I am always impressed. 🧐

    QUESTION: What’s your top 5 Tom Hanks performances? 🤔

    TAG: A person that loves Tom Hanks 🏷
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  • 今週の盆栽「縮緬葛」
Bonsai of this week “Chirimen Kazura (Asiatic Jasmine)”
  • 今週の盆栽「縮緬葛」
    Bonsai of this week “Chirimen Kazura (Asiatic Jasmine)”
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  • “Ready or Not”. 9/1/19. *
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If you take the movie at face value, then it’s just about a game rich people play in their mansion after one of their family members get married. If you think about this critically, this is social commentary on the top 1 percent of society playing games with the working people. Very well paced movie, and had enough to keep you guessing. Recommendation: Collect The Stub. *
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Stub grade: 8
  • “Ready or Not”. 9/1/19. *
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    If you take the movie at face value, then it’s just about a game rich people play in their mansion after one of their family members get married. If you think about this critically, this is social commentary on the top 1 percent of society playing games with the working people. Very well paced movie, and had enough to keep you guessing. Recommendation: Collect The Stub. *
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    Stub grade: 8
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  • 𝔹𝕖𝕙𝕚𝕟𝕕 𝕥𝕙𝕖 𝕤𝕔𝕖𝕟𝕖𝕤 Tag a friend who would love to see this🎥💪
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Aspect Ratio:
2.11 : 1 (original ratio)
2.20 : 1 (70mm)
2.39 : 1
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ARRIRAW
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ARRIRAW (6.5K) (source format)
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D-Cinema
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    Camera & Lens:
    ARRI ALEXA 65, Prime 65 Lenses
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    Aspect Ratio:
    2.11 : 1 (original ratio)
    2.20 : 1 (70mm)
    2.39 : 1
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    Negative Format:
    ARRIRAW
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    Cinematographic Process:
    ARRIRAW (6.5K) (source format)
    Digital Intermediate (4K) (master format)
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    Printed Film Format:
    70 mm (theatrical release)
    D-Cinema
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  • What to watch...
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  • —Don’t Make Decisions At Night—

Don’t make decisions at night,

Don’t sit around dwelling on the yesterdays,

The years before,

The people that you should really just let go of.

Maybe just don’t make decisions at night,

Because you are simply restless,

Thinking you’re far more lonely than you really are,

Looking for short term solutions to long term problems.

Really, don’t make decisions at night,

Because you’re acting like you haven’t learned,

Haven’t understood the mistakes you made before,

As if there won’t be any consequences.

So don’t make decisions at night,

Because you don’t really mean what you’re saying,

Nor are you saying what you mean,

Or really believing anything that you’re thinking about.

And don’t make decisions at night,

You know you’re not thinking straight,

So go to bed and get some rest,

Rise to meet the morning,

Remember how the light feels,

And please, don’t make decisions at night.
  • —Don’t Make Decisions At Night—

    Don’t make decisions at night,

    Don’t sit around dwelling on the yesterdays,

    The years before,

    The people that you should really just let go of.

    Maybe just don’t make decisions at night,

    Because you are simply restless,

    Thinking you’re far more lonely than you really are,

    Looking for short term solutions to long term problems.

    Really, don’t make decisions at night,

    Because you’re acting like you haven’t learned,

    Haven’t understood the mistakes you made before,

    As if there won’t be any consequences.

    So don’t make decisions at night,

    Because you don’t really mean what you’re saying,

    Nor are you saying what you mean,

    Or really believing anything that you’re thinking about.

    And don’t make decisions at night,

    You know you’re not thinking straight,

    So go to bed and get some rest,

    Rise to meet the morning,

    Remember how the light feels,

    And please, don’t make decisions at night.
  • 40 4 7 hours ago
  • Hey Boilermaker nation - wear your Purdue gear on home game days and get a mini popcorn and small drink for only $5! 🏈🚂 Originally this deal was just for Purdue students, but this football season we’re offering it for anyone showing their Boilermaker pride 🖤💛 -
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  • Movie Review Below ⬇️
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🎞 “It Chapter Two” (2019)
🎥 dir. Andy Muschietti
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Certainly one of my most anticipated films of the year for many reasons: the cast, the subtle marketing, Andy Muschietti returning behind the camera, and more Bill Skarsgård. My anticipation was through the roof, until reviews came in. Most were mixed and called it a downgrade from Chapter One, so I lowered my expectations. But I went in still quite optimistic. Two hours and forty-nine minutes later, I left my somewhat crowded theater kind of stunned, surprised, and most of all, satisfied.
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My biggest positive for the second part is quite similar to my biggest positive for the first: the acting all around was fantastic. James McAvoy’s subtlety, Jessica Chastain’s emotion, Bill Hader’s variety, Isaiah Mustafa’s drive, James Ransone’s  wittiness, Jay Ryan’s commitment, and Andy Bean’s stoic-ness came together so profoundly that it made every one of their characters realistic and realized. They felt as if they were the actual adults of the children we met two years ago. The development for every character, while some larger than others, made them all feel so real and authentic rather than typical horror movie clichéd characters, despite the fact that more about their lives apart of Derry could’ve been explored during the massive runtime. Their chemistry was strong—certainly not as strong as the kid’s but still—and the relationships that grew upon their arrival back to Derry were so fundamentally interesting and emotionally satisfying. Also, the casting too... it’s perfect and the film realizes that too. Bill Skarsgård again as Pennywise was brilliant as well. There were moments where his facial expressions, his laughter, and his subtle but insane movements struck true fear into my soul. He truly had the time of his life evoking this haunting character to life. The returning child ensemble was impressive yet again too!
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One of the aspects that Chapter One nailed was balancing several tones at once. At times it was hilarious, scary, or both. Chapter Two does the same. 
Continued in the Comments ⬇️
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  • Movie Review Below ⬇️
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    🎞 “It Chapter Two” (2019)
    🎥 dir. Andy Muschietti
    ⬇️
    Certainly one of my most anticipated films of the year for many reasons: the cast, the subtle marketing, Andy Muschietti returning behind the camera, and more Bill Skarsgård. My anticipation was through the roof, until reviews came in. Most were mixed and called it a downgrade from Chapter One, so I lowered my expectations. But I went in still quite optimistic. Two hours and forty-nine minutes later, I left my somewhat crowded theater kind of stunned, surprised, and most of all, satisfied.
    ⬇️
    My biggest positive for the second part is quite similar to my biggest positive for the first: the acting all around was fantastic. James McAvoy’s subtlety, Jessica Chastain’s emotion, Bill Hader’s variety, Isaiah Mustafa’s drive, James Ransone’s wittiness, Jay Ryan’s commitment, and Andy Bean’s stoic-ness came together so profoundly that it made every one of their characters realistic and realized. They felt as if they were the actual adults of the children we met two years ago. The development for every character, while some larger than others, made them all feel so real and authentic rather than typical horror movie clichéd characters, despite the fact that more about their lives apart of Derry could’ve been explored during the massive runtime. Their chemistry was strong—certainly not as strong as the kid’s but still—and the relationships that grew upon their arrival back to Derry were so fundamentally interesting and emotionally satisfying. Also, the casting too... it’s perfect and the film realizes that too. Bill Skarsgård again as Pennywise was brilliant as well. There were moments where his facial expressions, his laughter, and his subtle but insane movements struck true fear into my soul. He truly had the time of his life evoking this haunting character to life. The returning child ensemble was impressive yet again too!
    ⬇️
    One of the aspects that Chapter One nailed was balancing several tones at once. At times it was hilarious, scary, or both. Chapter Two does the same.
    Continued in the Comments ⬇️
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