Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'movies'.

  • Search By Tags

    NEW! Separate tags with commas (example: Britney Spears, Lady Gaga, music video).
  • Search By Author

Content Type


  • Discussions
    • Britney Spears
    • Music News
    • Music Discussions
    • Entertainment
    • Fitness, Health & Lifestyle
    • General
  • Exhale
    • Announcements
    • Ask a question
    • Suggestions
    • Forum Support
  • Exhale Latino's Discusiones


  • Britney Spears
  • Camila Cabello
  • Creators
  • Hilary Duff
  • Justin Bieber
  • Katy Perry
  • Kesha
  • Lady Gaga
  • Madonna
  • Rihanna
  • Thirst Traps
  • Pussycat Dolls


  • Terminology
  • How To
  • Classifieds


  • Pop anniversaries
  • Exhale Latino's Aniversarios

Find results in...

Find results that contain...

Date Created

  • Start


Last Updated

  • Start


Filter by number of...


  • Start




  1. https://variety.com/2022/film/news/kate-winslet-avatar-2-photos-1235307147/amp/ She’s one of the greatest actresses out there and I’m so happy to see her join this film! It’s going to be so good 💙
  2. What are the saddest TV/movie scenes you have ever watched? Did they make you cry at the time? Did they catch you off-guard? Do you struggle to watch them even today? Mine are below: 1. Death of Yvonne Atkins (Bad Girls) After her feud with Prison Officer Jim Fenner reaches boiling point, Yvonne Atkins only has two options - kill him before he kills her, or escape. Yvonne knows of a tunnel deep underground beneath the prison which leads to the outside world. Unbeknownst to Yvonne, this tunnel was blocked off years prior and doesn't lead anywhere. Hot on her trail, Fenner follows Yvonne down to the tunnel. As soon as she thinks she is about to reach freedom, he locks her in. He leaves her deep underground to starve/suffocate to death where no one can hear her cries for help. 2. Death of Kaz Proctor (Wentworth) After years of anger and resentment following 53xual abuse at the hands of her father, Kaz Proctor finally starts to heal and come to terms with all of the decisions that she has made which lead her to prison. For the first time in years, her future starts to look bright. However, just as the healing process begins and she starts looking forward to the rest of her life, Kaz is brutally murdered. Prison shows really do just hit different.
  3. Is Ana De Armas coming for that Golden Globe? The official “Blonde” synopsis from Netflix reads: “[The film] boldly reimagines the life of one of Hollywood’s most enduring icons, Marilyn Monroe. From her volatile childhood as Norma Jeane, through her rise to stardom and romantic entanglements, ‘Blonde’ blurs the lines of fact and fiction to explore the widening split between her public and private selves.” “Blonde” releases globally on Netflix September 23. Watch the first footage and see new images from the film below.
  4. I am not sure whether Exhale in general likes watching movies, but "Everything Everywhere All At Once" is a must-see in the cinema. It is maximalist style at its best. I do not want to spoil too much because it is best to go in blind, but this movie is incredibly entertaining, funny, but heartfelt at the same time. The way it tackles the multiverse theme is way more bat**** and ambitious than any 200 million budget Marvel film, despite its low budget. Expect one of the weirdest, but fun movies you have seen. This is the best cinematic experience I've had in a very very long time. And the movie is still in cinemas in US. So please check it out if you want to have fun and laugh at the ridiculousness of the movie. It's got action, romance, comedy, family, thriller, Michelle Yeoh from Crazy Rich Asians, Jamie Lee Curtis (who's never been this funny), etc. I cannot wait to read everyone's thoughts on this movie. Despite being dumped with a tragic release date, the industry is going crazy about this movie, bringing this movie into next year's Oscar conversation. It's currently the third highest-rated movie on Letterboxd (4.6/5), 8.8/10 on IMDb, 96% on Rotten Tomatoes, and 82/100 on Metacritic.
  5. After 13 years, it’s finally happening! I’m so excited and can’t wait to go to the theatres and watch it. Here’s the trailer to give you a sneak peek. Enjoy! The release date is December 16th, 2022
  6. I’d have to say Pretty Woman!!!! Did you know that this scene was not part of the script? He surprised her and they kept it in the movie. How cute! What’s your pick? You can only pick one
  7. The highly anticipated movie "Don't Look Up", is directed by Academy Award winner Adam McKay and features an A-list ensemble of Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep, Cate Blanchett, Timothee Chalamet and Ariana Grande. It is now released on Netflix for Christmas. The movie is a satirical comedy about a meteor hitting Earth and how the characters react to the news. Ariana previously performed the song "Just Look Up" with Kid Cudi on "The Voice"
  8. Do you have any not LGBTQ+ movies but liked by the LGBTQ+ community to suggest ? I was thinking about movies like Mean Girl or Miss Congeniality ?
  9. It’s an Amazon Prime original movie and is about a woman who takes advantage of people by becoming their court approved legal guardian. Sounds familiar right? This woman would act in court as if she was for helping others but in reality she’s a shark who’s only looking for their money and control. Sounds familiar right? She then sells their homes, cars, places them in facilities, keeps their friends and families away from them, only allows approved visits and gives them medication to alter their personalities. Sounds familiar right? I won’t give away any spoilers but I couldn’t help but think about our queen and her story. I can’t believe this even happens and the sad reality is that Britney’s case is just proof of how much conservatorship abuse happens in the world. I would recommend watching it but don’t think you won’t connect the similarities to Britney’s situation and everything that’s happening in this movie! #endconservatorshipabuse
  10. I was watching The Texas Chainsaw Massacre film, and his mask made of skin, made me think of Ben Platt's in the trailer for Dear Evan Hansen film. So I googled to see when it's coming out and was SHOCKED that it was released September 24, 2021 and not surprised, it FLOPPED! I know the film got a lot of push back because they cast a 27 year old Platt to play 17 year old Evan and from the trailer his face looked awful. The CGI they used to make him appear younger make him look un-human, like he was wearing a mask made of skin. Ben also claims the movie probably wouldn't exist without him! "People like to have something to say that's negative, regardless of what it is. With [this], it's something that I can't control at all, which is my age, then bring it on," he said. "I'm glad it's not about my performance or my voice or anything that actually matters." Platt went on to explain more about the film, pointing out the movie — which is produced by his father, Marc Platt — would likely not have been made had he not been involved. "The reaction is largely from people that don't understand the context of the piece," Ben said. "The fact that I created the role and workshopped it for 3 years, and did all of the out-of-town performances, and originated it on Broadway, and received the accolades that I did... and also not really understanding that were I not to do the movie, it probably wouldn't get made." He added that, while he'd like to continuously defend himself online, he would rather just let people watch the film themselves. "My defensive response is to go on Twitter and be like, "Eff you guys, you don't even know that this wouldn't exist without me,' " Ben said. "And of course, that's not true entirely and that's not my place to say." Did any of you watch the film?
  11. Hello, guys I know it’s summer and probably most of you are traveling, visiting new places and party & bullshet, but I’m really looking for movies/documentaries/tv shows recommendations to watch and I’m probably not the only one. I recently have watched: Gone Girl Sectet Window The Social Dilmma Elite Feel free to post whatever you want, I’m a freak too!
  12. Who has seen the movie, as an origin story I found it to be awful .. more a cross between zoolander 2 a d Alice in wonderland 2 rather than joker meets devil's wears Prada.
  13. Tell me about it For me 7 SINS or actually its called Se7en it was just so unfriendly to watch, to say at least. even the lighting of this movie was the most bleak i have seen all the time, if i remember it right
  14. 1. Grave Of The Fireflies - the realism of this movie is unsettling. This movie had left me broke for more than two weeks, so I don't really recommend to watch this especially if you have depression or emotionally not capable to handle the sad scenes. 2. Hereditary - less jump-scares but the build up is so terrifying and disturbing. The moment I finished the film, I felt like my reality is in a different dimension. 3. Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle - the original release in 1995 has became a special part of my childhood, and this adaptation ruins in. This movie (franchise actually) is the sole definition of Hollywood industry milking cash in exchange of substance-less material.
  15. 3 years ago I saw this live and I was just mesmerized. I do not currently live in the US and Hulu is not available here. I was wondering if anyone knows how can I watch the movie? I really, really want to watch it! ADVERTISING Skip Ads by × Thanks in advance to whomever stumbles upon this
  16. "Disney's Cruella and Marvel's Black Widow will follow in the footsteps of Mulan and Raya and the Last Dragon, premiering both in theaters and on Disney+, available by paying for "premier access" on the streaming service. Cruella, starring Emma Stone as the iconic dognapping villain, will premiere May 28, while Scarlett Johansson's Black Widow will bow July 9. Meanwhile, the upcoming Pixar movie Luca is skipping the U.S. theatrical release entirely and will exclusively be available to stream on Disney+, beginning June 18. Disney also announced new release dates for several of its theatrical films: Ryan Reynolds' action-comedy Free Guy will now hit theaters Aug. 13, while the Marvel epic Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is now scheduled for Sept. 3. Release dates were also pushed back for The King's Man (now out Dec. 22), Deep Water (Jan. 14, 2022), and Death on the Nile (Feb. 11, 2022)." The movie is once again delayed for 2 months. This is the Marvel movie I anticipate the most, but the $30 additional fee with no cinematic experience is a bit steep.
  17. And if so, what is ur username and what do u upload? When im asking this im asking about channels in which u actually upload vids. I got inspired to do this thread after seeing another one like it. I have one. I post ALOT of Britney vids and also I make top 10 lists too. Now tell me do you guys upload things on youtube too?
  18. Whether this is in bad taste or not I am very interested in knowing who most people support regarding these two high profile cases claiming abuse and violence. Who do you support and what are your reasons? Is there a major difference in the two cases and what are they exactly?
  19. When I watched movies, not only my eyes are open but also my ears for possible songs that I could save to my playlist. And here are the notable ones: Feel Something (from "Centre Of My World") Salvation (from "The Little Prince") I Am The Very Model Of A Modern Major General (from "Those People") Someone To You (from "Love, Victor") What are yours?
  20. Greeting!! I’m currently working on a movie song playlist. Take my breath away is just timeless. What is your favorite iconic "cinematic and theatrical" song?
  21. This is for all you Exhalers who are cinephiles . 2020 sucks and it's a terrible year in every aspect because of that ***** Miss Corona I've missed the cinema so much, so I thought we could share our top 10 movies in the past year and see if we agree with each other (civilized discussion only ) I've graded everything I've watched in the past year (only the ones I've seen in cinema) and here are my Top 10: 10. Knives Out MVP: The cast Such a great ensemble cast, from Jamie Lee Curtis to Toni Collette to Daniel Craig to Ana de Armas. It's my favorite detective movie in a while. I was really excited to see Murder on the Orient Express a few years ago, and it fell short to me 9. Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood MVP: Production design The production of this film just made me gasp so much I felt like I was transported back to Hollywood in its old times, and it was so beautifully done. I felt the love for cinema when I was watching this. Tarantino created such a beautiful world. The ending was also so satisfying This is the most gorgeous I've seen her look 8. Toy Story 4 MVP: The story. Duh It may not be as touching as the last one, but this movie stands well on its own. All this time we might think we have only one path in life / one purpose, but we are way more than that. Be yourself and don't put yourself in a limiting box. 7. Hustlers MVP: Jennifer Lopez I still think J. Lo should've won an Oscar or at least be nominated for this role. Some people may say it's not a challenging role, but to me this was by far her best performance oozing charisma and glamour. One of the best performances in 2019 for sure. I think her smoking on the rooftop in a fur coat will be one of the most memorable scenes to me for a very long time. ICONIC. This movie was about sisterhood to me, and it made sure we know that drugging men and taking their money IS NOT OK at the end. 6. Ford v. Ferrari MVP: Editing, Sound Thought this movie was going to be just a macho, bros movie, but I ended up enjoying it so much, especially when I don't care for cars at all. Entertaining and amazing sound and editing. 5. The Farewell MVP: These two women Nai Nai (Zhao Shuzhen) is obviously a master and gave also one of the best and most effortless performances in 2019, but I have to give props to Awkwafina because I didn't know she could act before watching this. Love her so much now. I can relate to this movie so much as an Asian who has lived in Western society for more than 10 years struggling between both cultures. 4. Little Women MVP: Screenplay This movie has been done many times, but I don't need to see all of them to know this is by far the best adaptation out there. It elevated the original work and made Jo a fully realized character. Near perfection. 3. Jojo Rabbit MVP: Scarlett Johansson Love her comedic timing, the sunshine and warmth she brought to this role and movie, and her presence was felt throughout the entire movie even when she wasn't on screen. We all need a story about how love conquers hate in this cancelled culture. 2. Marriage Story MVP: The 2 leads and the screenplay OMG That script was freaking amazing. It is so authentic and the 2 leads were just perfect. Everything was meticulously done. That's the longest I've cried EVERRRR in cinema and I did the ugly cry with sound instead of sobbing quietly. 1. Parasite MVP: Absolutely everything. The production design, concept, screenplay, the cast OMG, the director This movie gave me comedy, thrills, horror... Can't be defined by one genre and it's so freaking original! It will probably be the favorite thing I've seen for a very long time.
  22. HBOMAX recently decided to withdraw the movie Gone with the Wind from it service until further notice for glamouring black peoples' struggle during the civil war. In the UK, same has happened with a few series for using ****** and insensitive material. Thanks to the #BlackLivesMatter movement, this is something that needed to be addressed long time ago but; I hope it is more inclusive to movies and series that depict other minorities as well in a bad way and stereotype other ethnicities in a bad light. We all have seen ourselves in Hollywood movies depicted as either the bad guys or too dumb to matter as a human. Do you think all movies/series depicting minorities should be banned or at least come with a notice on how this was wrong and is wrong? Would love to hear from you on how certain movies depict u or ur culture wrongfully and u feel is offensive.
  23. The idea a Third part of Mamma Mia could happen eventually is scary. the second one was so bad It ruined the First One . Even having the legendary Cher on it didnt help it .. There shud be a petition to stop this from happening. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-8438389/BAZ-BAMIGBOYE-Judy-Craymer-dreams-making-Mamma-Mia-3-four-new-songs-Abba.html
  24. @JordanMiller ur answer to a previous thread of mine gave me this idea Which Soundtrack album is the best Whitney Vs Gaga
  • Create New...

We noticed you're using an ad blocker  :badthoughts_gun_kris_genner_thinking_debating:

Thanks for visiting Exhale! Your support is greatly appreciated 💜  

Exhale survives through advertising revenue. Please, disable your ad block extension to help us and continue browsing Exhale. 🙏

I've disabled ad block