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Netflix: Movies and TV Shows Leaving in October

It's the start of a new month, so it's time to part ways with some of the movies and TV shows currently featured on Netflix.

Donnie Darko, Cinderella Man, Full Metal Jacket, Boogie Nights, Kubo and the Two Strings and The Babadook are just some of the movies set to leave throughout October. The TV shows Freaks and Geeks, White Collar and About a Boy will also be removed from Netflix's library.

Even though a number of titles are leaving Netflix, the streaming service just announced a fresh slate of movies and TV shows that will be added throughout the month.

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Kevin Tricks The Hotel Staff In Home Alone 2 With Full Metal Jacket

Someone went and re-edited the hotel staff scene in Home Alone 2 with audio clips from Full Metal Jacket, and the scene is made exponentially better in this version. Of course, this version would never fly in a film for children, and the original scene is good enough. That’s mostly due to Tim Curry, who sells the scene equally as well in the video belowl. Damn, I really miss his acting days:
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H. Jon Benjamin Tweets ‘Me So Horny’ Joke, Quickly Apologizes

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H. Jon Benjamin Tweets ‘Me So Horny’ Joke, Quickly Apologizes
H. Jon Benjamin, famous for his voice work on shows like “Archer” and “Bob’s Burgers,” is used to making people laugh. So it probably came as a surprise when his latest attempt at a Twitter joke fell flat: “Quick idea for the name of a tea shop- ‘ooh me so horny, me love you oolong time tea shop.’” The tweet has thus far received more than 100 responses, most of them negative — a Twitter phenomenon often referred to as The Ratio.

Originating as a line in Stanley Kubrick’s “Full Metal Jacket,” “me so horny” has been used as an Asian stereotype in the decades since the film’s release. Following the reactions to his tweet, Benjamin apologized within hours: “Sorry I offended many. I agree this ‘joke’ was lazy and incompetent and formulated quickly while making a cup of oolong tea,” he wrote.

“The fact that it was a
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All 19 ‘Black Mirror’ Episodes Ranked, From Good to Mind-Blowing (Photos)

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We’ve spent a lot of time staring into Netflix’s dark, cracked “Black Mirror.” Usually we rank things from worst to best, but there are no bad episodes of the show. The worst are entertaining and the best tear your heart out. Here they are ranked from good to to mind-blowing.

19. Season 2, Episode 3: “The Waldo Moment”

A lot of people say this episode, about an insulting cartoon bear who inserts himself into politics, heralded the rise of Donald Trump. It’s well done, but just not that groundbreaking.

18. Season 3, Episode 6: “Hated in the Nation”

It’s disappointing that Season 3 — in which “Black Mirror” produced some of the best television, well, ever — ended on such a so-so note. This story about a killer hashtag and Terminator bees has shades of “Sharknado.” Great acting, though.

17. Season 2, Episode 2: “White Bear”

Full disclosure. We’re divided on this one. One
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Vincent D'Onofrio Goes From Hitman To Crime Boss In New TV Series 'Godfather Of Harlem'

Playing men of power is nothing new for Vincent D'Onofrio, who continues to portray Wilson Fisk (aka the Kingpin) on the Marvel Netflix superhero series Daredevil, and the Wizard of Oz himself in the short-lived, dramatic NBC fantasy show Emerald City. Well, the actor is ready to take on another such role — though grounded considerably more than the others in reality — this time starring opposite Forest Whitaker on the Epix television true crime series Godfather of Harlem. Given a straight to series order by the network, the show sees Vincent as Vincent "Chin" Gigante, a former boxer who few take seriously... but should. He appears dimwitted, but his mind is always working — to the point where he feigns insanity to avoid prosecution, and the series will chart his rise in the Genovese crime family as a hitman to, ultimately, boss of the family. (The real Vincent Gigante; Photo Credit: Getty Images
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Telluride Film Review: ‘Boy Erased’

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Telluride Film Review: ‘Boy Erased’
Who benefits from gay conversion therapy? Do the parents, who send their queer and questioning kids to be “cured” of their same-sex attractions? Do the young people who are brainwashed into denying the urges they believe to be sinful? Does God? The answer, at least according to Joel Edgerton’s earnestly anti-heteronormative drama “Boy Erased,” appears to be that only the charlatans who run such camps seem to thrive, while everyone else winds up hating themselves.

Boy Erased” isn’t the first film to share an insider’s perspective of how these camps operate. It’s not even the first film this year: An empowering, female-driven look at such a facility, “The Miseducation of Cameron Post” won the dramatic competition at Sundance. But Edgerton takes a different, more respectful tone to the subject, not outright ridiculing those who believe that homosexuality is a choice, but preaching to the converted all
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Stanley Kubrick had a dedicated assistant, and not one who simply held the master’s cinematic paintbrushes. He staffed research, production, post-production and marketing departments all on his own. Tony Zierra’s brisk documentary teaches us much about a genius director, the assistant that devoted himself entirely to the director’s mission, and the nature of work and ambition.



Kino Lorber

2018 / Color / 1:78 widescreen / 93 min. / Stanley Kubrick’s Unsung Assistant / Street Date September 11, 2018 / 29.95

Starring: Leon Vitali

Produced by Elizabeth Yoffe, Tony Zierra


Film Editor,

Director Tony Zierra

The cult of Stanley Kubrick is holding firm, and definitely widening as we learn more about his ultra meticulous lifestyle, habits and dedication to his art. He didn’t turn out many features but his filmography contains an impressive number of masterpieces. Although war themes figure strongly in almost half of his films, Kubrick moved between genres, scoring with crime thrillers,
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The Pick of the Flicks Podcast #2 – Singer-songwriter Emma McGann discusses Black Panther

On The Pick of the Flicks Podcast, a different guest drops in every week to chat about their favourite movie. This week, singer-songwriter Emma McGann chats about superhero blockbuster Black Panther

The Pick of the Flicks Podcast is a new weekly audio treat from us at Flickering Myth, in which a different guest each week is interviewed about their favourite movie.

This week, the guest is singer-songwriter and internet personality Emma McGann, who chose this year’s Marvel blockbuster Black Panther as the film she wanted to talk about. We discuss the movie’s place within the Marvel Cinematic Universe, its importance for the representation of women and people of colour in superhero films and, in excruciating detail, the economy of Wakanda.

Click to listen to last week’s interview with Ya author Robert Muchamore about war movie Full Metal Jacket.

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Vincent D’Onofrio Asks Twitter Followers If It’s Ok to Play an ‘Irredeemable Racist’ Right Now

Vincent D’Onofrio asked his Twitter followers on Sunday whether it would be Ok for him to play an “irredeebable racist” in an upcoming project given the current political climate.

“I am going to ask a question to everyone that cares to answer it,” the actor tweeted. “Is Now the right time (considering the world in which live right now) for me to play a real to life characte [sic] who is irredeemable racist in a dramatic series?”

It’s unclear what dramatic series he is considering or why he decided to ask the hive mind for its input. A rep for D’Onofrio did not immediately respond to request for comment from TheWrap.

Also Read: Lena Dunham Deletes Tweets About 'French Kissing' Animals

I am going to ask a question to everyone that cares to answer it. I have an opinion which I will not reveal. Is Now the right
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The Pick of the Flicks Podcast #1 – Ya author Robert Muchamore discusses Full Metal Jacket

On The Pick of the Flicks Podcast, a different guest drops in every week to chat about their favourite movie. This week, Ya author Robert Muchamore stops by to discuss Vietnam War epic Full Metal Jacket…

The Pick of the Flicks Podcast is a new weekly audio treat from us at Flickering Myth, in which a different guest each week is interviewed about their favourite movie.

For this first episode, young adult author Robert Muchamore pops in to chat about Stanley Kubrick’s epic Vietnam War tale Full Metal Jacket, as well as war movies in general and his new Ya sci-fi novel Killer T. The interview delves into the nitty-gritty of Kubrick’s film, from the incendiary performance of R. Lee Ermey as the most terrifying drill instructor in history to the commonly cited criticism of the movie as having a much weaker second half.

If you enjoy the podcast,
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‘Saving Private Ryan’ 20th Anniversary: 20 of the Most Brutal War Films Ever Made (Videos)

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‘Saving Private Ryan’ 20th Anniversary: 20 of the Most Brutal War Films Ever Made (Videos)
The sight of a soldier carrying his own severed arm is one of the many horrific images of “Saving Private Ryan,” which 20 years ago earned instant acclaim for its unflinching depiction of the brutality of D-Day. But it’s far from the only film to show the horrors of war. Here are some of the most brutal war movies ever made.

Fury (2014): This David Ayer WWII film starts with bits of brain being cleaned from the inside of a M4 Sherman tank, and continues to get uglier from there as a tank unit led by Staff Sgt. Don “Wardaddy” Collier (Brad Pitt) begins its final charge into Nazi Germany in 1945.

Full Metal Jacket (1987): While Stanley Kubrick’s Vietnam film is more known for its first half at boot camp, the second half shows a grisly battle as Private Joker (Matthew Modine) watches as his crew is slain by a hidden sniper.
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Lost Stanley Kubrick Screenplay ‘Burning Secret’ From 1956 Unearthed

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Lost Stanley Kubrick Screenplay ‘Burning Secret’ From 1956 Unearthed
A lost, unfinished script written by Stanley Kubrick in 1956 called “Burning Secret” has been found in Wales, and is so close to completion that it could be made into a feature film.

According to The Guardian, the screenplay was found by Nathan Abrams, a professor of film at Bangor University in Wales, who says he came across it while doing research for his upcoming book about Kubrick’s final film, “Eyes Wide Shut.”

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The script is dated October 24, 1956 — one year before he found his breakthrough hit with the Kirk Douglas antiwar film “Paths of Glory” — and bears the stamp of MGM’s script department. Kubrick moved to the U.K. in 1961 after becoming disillusioned with the Hollywood system, and many of his personal writings are archived there.

“I couldn’t believe it.
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Red-Carpet Interview: Gene Siskel Film Center Honors Ethan Hawke

Chicago – Ethan Hawke has made 2018 his year, and on June 7th the Gene Siskel Film Center of Chicago recognized his recent artistic achievements and his career by honoring him with their annual Renaissance Award. The event included a Red Carpet walk, and an on-stage talk with his friend, actor Vincent D’Onofrio.

Ethan Hawke got high praise for his performance in writer/director Paul Schrader’s “First Reformed,” which was released in May. He portrays the minister of a Christian church that is losing its congregation, except for a young married couple who seeks his counsel. Hawke is also behind the camera as director for “Blaze,” a biography of country singer Blaze Foley, set for release in July.

Ethan Hawke, Gene Siskel Film Center Renaissance Award Recipient, June 7, 2018

Photo credit: Joe Arce of Starstruck photo for HollywoodChicago.com

Hawke was born in Texas, but eventually relocated to New Jersey as a child.
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Matthew Modine Starring in Teen Baseball Drama ‘Chance’

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Matthew Modine Starring in Teen Baseball Drama ‘Chance’
Stranger Things” star Matthew Modine will portray a baseball coach in the independent family drama “Chance.”

John B. Crye, a distribution executive with Wrekin Hill Entertainment and Newmarket Films, makes his feature directorial debut from a screenplay by Michael P. Daly (the real-life coach) and Seth Daly. Former actor Michael Hagerty is producing under his production company, Okerty Entertainment. Filming begins June 6 in Ohio.

“Chance” is based on the life of local baseball star Chance Smith, who committed suicide in 2012 at the age of 16 following a breakup. “I’m proud to be a part of this unique project — a town coming together to work through their grief at losing a cherished member of the community by sharing their story,” Crye said.

The drama raises questions how teens communicate with each other and the responsibilities of the adults who are raising and mentoring. The script is based upon actual text messages,
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10 Sweetest Donut Scenes in Movies and TV, from ‘The Simpsons’ to ‘Full Metal Jacket’ (Videos)

10 Sweetest Donut Scenes in Movies and TV, from ‘The Simpsons’ to ‘Full Metal Jacket’ (Videos)
Happy #NationalDonutDay, or as we like to call it, Friday. Whether it’s glazed, sprinkled, jelly filled, or in the case of those revolting eclairs from “Van Wilder,” (gulp) dog semen, we’ll take a donut over a croissant or the heartiest of bagels any day. And these colorful treats always look good on screen, so this round lifesaver has found its way into some particularly famous moments of movies and TV. To quote Homer Simpson, “Donuts, is there anything they can’t do?”

Full Metal Jacket

Rip R. Lee Ermey. Only he could find a way to make the donut the ultimate motivational tool in this chilling scene from Stanley Kubrick’s “Full Metal Jacket.”


Among all the creative, memorable moments in Disney’s “Zootopia,” this delightful one of Officer Hopps chasing down a robber through the tiny mouse town stands out for Officer Hopps’s donut heroics.
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In Focus by Anne-Katrin Titze

Leon Vitali‬ with Anne-Katrin Titze on Stanley Kubrick and the casting of Danny Lloyd for The Shining: "I could make that boy [David Morley in Barry Lyndon] focus." Photo: David Ninh

Tony Zierra's exhaustive Filmworker, which had its world première in last year's Cannes Film Festival (Christopher Nolan will present 2001: A Space Odyssey on a remastered 70mm print this year), tackles the volatile and loving relationship of the most indispensable person in Stanley Kubrick's world. Through interviews that include Matthew Modine, R Lee Ermey, and Tim Colceri on Full Metal Jacket, Marie Richardson and Lisa Leone on Eyes Wide Shut, Ryan O'Neal on Barry Lyndon, Danny Lloyd on The Shining, and executive producer Jan Harlan (nephew of Veit Harlan and brother of Christiane Kubrick) we learn about the all-encompassing role Leon Vitali ended up playing in the life of the demanding film director.

Leon Vitali as Lord Bullingdon: "As an actor,
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The Top 10 Quotes from “Full Metal Jacket”

It’s almost impossible to make an entire list of quotes from Full Metal Jacket without lapsing into a profanity-laden tirade that ends and begins with an insult that’s intended to make the recipient wish they’d thought of anything other than enlisting in the Marines. But the late great R. Lee Ermey was among the best at making guys twice his size feel about an inch high or lower and no one did it better in this movie. Throughout his career this was probably the absolute best performance he put forth that showed him actively berating just about every person that

The Top 10 Quotes from “Full Metal Jacket
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The Predator Star Boyd Holbrook Hints At Throwbacks To The First Film

More than 30 years ago, The Predator arrived at a time when the Vietnam war movie was arguably at its peak.

In dealing with heavy themes like the anti-war movement and those soldiers crippled by nightmarish visions and Ptsd, films in the vein of Platoon, Full Metal Jacket and Apocalypse Now earned critical acclaim in what proved to be a heyday for one of cinema’s most brutal subgenres.

But in 1987, John McTiernan’s cult classic flipped the tables and thrust its core cast – a cast headed up by action hero Arnold Schwarzenegger – into Central America’s Northern Triangle, where the hunters soon became the hunted. The end result was one of the most quotable and action-packed movies of the ’80s, and one that served as perhaps the perfect tonic to Vietnam war films and their potent subtext.

Fast forward to now, and with Shane Black cooking up a bold new rendition of The Predator,
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'Filmworker': How Leon Vitali Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Kubrick's Dark Moods

'Filmworker': How Leon Vitali Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Kubrick's Dark Moods
"There's a saying: When the shit hits the fan, it's never evenly distributed."

Leon Vitali is describing what a bad day on a Stanley Kubrick set was like. And he knows better than any man alive. Not long after he was cast as Lord Bullingdon in the 1975 period piece Barry Lyndon, the then-25-year-old actor was seriously worried he wouldn't survive the shoot. He had been a devotee of the director since seeing 2001: A Space Odyssey during its theatrical release and had watched other actors come and go on
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Film Review: Liverleaf (2018) by Eisuke Naito

“Liverleaf” is a Japanese teen drama about bullying, based on the manga series “Misumisou” by Rensuke Oshikiri. The film stars Anna Yamada, Hiroya Shimizu and Rena Ohtsuka. This movie is set in a junior high about to close, the students are often unattended and their teachers are checked out waiting for the semester to end. A group of girls start bullying new girl Haruka Nozaki (Anna Yamada) and the results get bloody.

“Liverleaf” is screening at the 19th Jeonju International Film Festival

The film opens with Haruka Nozaki alone at her locker and her shoes are missing. A group of giggling school girls turn and run after they see Nozaki can’t find her shoes, which they have stolen from her locker. This seemingly innocent hazing for new girl Nozaki is the beginning of a bullying campaign that soon turns violent. We learn that Nozaki is new to this rural
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