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Dexter: Michael C. Hall is back in first teaser for revival series

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Dexter: Michael C. Hall is back in first teaser for revival series
April 29, 2021 by: Steve Seigh

Showtime has unveiled a new teaser for its Dexter revival featuring a smiley-faced Michael C. Hall as the serial killer Dexter Morgan.

In the teaser, we find ourselves gazing out the window of a cabin and taking in the natural splendor of a wintery snowscape. As the camera pans back, and we enter a warm house, a cover of "Please Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood" is playing, a song originally from The Animals. If you look close, you can see a wriggling body beneath a black tarp, the victim's screams muffled by the music. As we watch them squirm, we're treated to a shot of Hall sporting a sh*t-eating grin. Oh Dexter, you rascal, you.

Showtime's limited series revival for Dexter will find the Bay Harbor Butcher making his way to New York. The revival will give the series a new finale, effectively erasing the disappointment that was the show's Season 8 end in 2013. Regardless of how the show performs, Showtime has no intention of continuing the series beyond the revival. We get 10 episodes of Dexter Morgan's trip to New York. No more, no less.

Joining Hall for the Dexter revival is Julia Jones (Wind RIverI, The Mandalorian), Alano Miller (Underground, Loving), Johnny Sequoyah (Among Ravens, Believe), Jamie Chung (Big Hero 6, Gifted), Oscar Wahlberg (Manchester By the Sea, Slender Man), Jack Alcott (The Good Lord Bird, The Blacklist), and Michael Cyril Creighton (Spotlight, The Post), with Clancy Brown (The Shawshank Redemption, Starship Troopers) playing a new serial killer for the series.

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Clyde Phillips, the showrunner for the first four (and best) seasons of Dexter, will return to oversee the show's limited series return. Producing the revival is Marcos Siega, Hall, and Phillips.

Are you excited by the prospect of Dexter getting a new series finale? How dark and disturbing do you think Clancy Brown will be as another serial killer on the show? Who do you think is underneath that tarp in the teaser trailer? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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Rod Wave – Sneaky Links Lyrics

[Intro]
(Pipe that shit up, TnT)
(Dmac on the fucking track)
Uh, uh, uh

[Chorus]
And now I been all around the world
I met all kinda girls (Yeah)
I know they know just how to fuck
But don’t nobody know how you know how to make love
Everybody need somebody
When you find somebody
I suggest you don’t tell nobody (Yeah)

[Verse]
They be all in our business, tell them bitches they can leave us ‘lone (Leave us lone)
This world so cold, bae, I know you know not to treat me wrong (Treat me wrong)
She say, “Before I cheat you, baby, I would leave you ‘lone”
Everybody be cheating but nobody wanna be cheated on
Bae, we grown and I handle my business
Don’t be stereotyping, won’t finish ’til you get finished
See right after my show, baby, let me dive up in it
You spend a ticket at Lenox and go to New York for Christmas
She was singing that song hot and so long (So long)
All these work days until I handle my biz’ (Yeah)
Swear that she the only bitch this dick get hard for
She got on top and rode it, I went and bought a car for her

[Chorus]
And now I been all around the world
I met all kinda girls (All kinda girls)
I know they know just how to fuck
But don’t nobody know how you know how to make love
Everybody need somebody
When you find somebody
I suggest you don’t tell nobody
Everybody need somebody
When you find somebody
I suggest you don’t tell nobody

[Outro]
She ain’t put you on to the nigga she cuffing
He ain’t put you on to the bitch ’cause he cuffing
She ain’t put you on to the nigga she cuffing
He ain’t put you on to the bitch ’cause he cuffing
She ain’t put you on to the nigga she cuffing
He ain’t put you on to the bitch ’cause he cuffing
She ain’t put you on to the nigga she cuffing
He ain’t put you on to the bitch ’cause he cuffing
Yeah, yeah, yeah dawg

T.I – Pantone Blue Lyrics (feat. Alec Beretz)

[Chorus: Alec Beretz]
Pantone Blue, when I’m with you
Off-White lies, black snake eyes
Tried so hard to make you a believer
To see you a little clearer
‘Cause you and I were made to live through more

[Verse 1: T.I.]
Yeah
Shoutout to the most high, made a nigga so fly
Not a day goes by I ain’t been that dude
You got that fire on me, let’s get high
Wanted 3.5, I’ma bring back 2
I’m the exception, consider me the anomaly
No superstition, a superstar know astrology
I got a hunnid flows, for a hunnid beats
I want a hunnid mill’, but did you want a million?
Kept a hunnid thеn, keep it a hunnid still
Get on your ass, I don’t care nothing ’bout who you go and tell (So?)
I pray thеse haters never catch me like they [God got me?] (Ha)
Nigga behind the wall, I pray they let ya outta there (Forreal)
‘Specially you tell like they got you on a carousel (Forreal)
Tryna beat your cell like you playin’ solitaire (Damn)
When you needed help, they was never there
If you live or die, feel like they never cared
Meanwhile, I’m navigatin’ smooth, movin’ through the pandemic
God done made a believer out ya ass, now didn’t He?
Nigga, mind your business, shut down your business
Shut down New York in a New York minute, listen
Until your ambition feedin’ your fam, listen, don’t expect them to get your vision

[Refrain: T.I.]
When the shit bad live and you can’t come through
Got the Rolls Royce truck and the Phantom too
Both Pantone, Blue

[Chorus: Alec Beretz & T.I.]
Pantone Blue, when I’m with you (Haha, you dig?)
Off-White lies, black snake eyes
Tried so hard to make you a believer
To see you a little clearer
‘Cause you and I were made to live through more

[Verse 2: T.I]
In the city, shiftin’ gears in a six-speed
Bendin’ corners, ask like homie, “What the lick read?”
Muggin’ hard, he say, “Nothin’,” lookin’ mischievous
Show it to ’em but don’t let his smile mislead ya
Okay now, ain’t nobody around, can’t no one save ya
If we proceed with the procedure
Okay now, 12 come around, speak no evil
When they ask my old lady, she ain’t no neither
On social media, these people be talkin’ shit, so unfortunate
If I ignored it, just could seem important, yeah
Knew who I was and never tried to be more than that
Scramblin’ quarterback, ballin’, boardin’ jets
Start recoupin’ before you even could go into debt
Nothin’ but love to the ones, just show ’em respect
(All of my prayers to the ones that opposite that)
Shit
When they openin’ outside, it’s just fascination
Me, I’m more worried ’bout the vaccination
Man, these people diabolical, they nothin’ to play with
Put that shit in you or your baby, your ass crazy
But when the sun’s out, and it’s backlit
You sittin’ poolside with a bad chick

[Refrain: T.I.]
When the shit bad live and you can’t come through
Got the Rolls Royce truck and the Phantom too
Both Pantone, Blue

[Bridge: Alec Beretz]
Yeah, you and I were made for living
I only try to love you more
But I been caught up in my ocean
Sinking deeper than before
You shine light upon my shadow
You breathe pleasure into pain
You paint my world in Pantone Blue
So I no longer see in gray

[Chorus: Alec Beretz]
Pantone Blue, when I’m with you
Off-White lies, black snake eyes
Tried so hard to make you a believer
To see you a little clearer
‘Cause you and I were made to live through more

Justin Bieber – Love You Different Lyrics

[Chorus: Justin Bieber]
I will love you different
Just the way you are
And I will love you different

[Verse 1: Justin Bieber]
You pull up in a foreign
You that New York time, easy Sunday morning (Front seat)
When we touch, I think we skip a beat (Beep, beep, beep)
It’s a movie with you, got me at the edge (Let me see)

[Pre-Chorus: Justin Bieber]
There’s beauty on your lips
I drown with every kiss
I’m not used to this
There’s nothing I won’t give
Don’t like makin’ promises
Just remember this

[Chorus: Justin Bieber]
I will love you different
Just the way you arе
And I will love you different
That’s what you been looking for
You’rе the fruit of my life
That patient kind
That tongue got me tongue-tied
And that’s why
I will love you different
Just the way you are

[Verse 2: Justin Bieber]
No matter how different, you’re beautiful
I can’t make this up, no, baby
Ain’t no need to beat your face in
Fenty, want you on the cover
Under covers ain’t no rubbers
On this planet, I’ll treat you like a mother (Let’s make babies)

[Pre-Chorus: Justin Bieber]
There’s beauty on your lips
I drown with every kiss
I’m not used to this
There’s nothing I won’t give
Don’t like makin’ promises
Just remember this

[Chorus: Justin Bieber & BEAM]
I will love you different
Just the way you are
And I will love you different
That’s what you been looking for
You’re the fruit of my life
That patient kind
That tongue got me tongue-tied
And that’s why
I will love you (Ooh) different (Ooh)
Just the way you are

[Verse 3: BEAM]
I and I
Need you in my life
Even when the fire burnin’, I need you fi di light
It’s a different night
With you right by my side
You mix the color, color, color, color, see the future bright
This the mutual, it’s not usual
When I’m around you, I-I-I (Ohh)
Dem goose bumps, dem goose bumps
The truth hurt and you know
A real ting we feel this time (Ohh)
You gimme goose bumps, yeah, yeah

[Chorus Justin Bieber]
I will love you different
Just the way you are
And I will love you different
That’s what you been looking for

Boosie Badazz – Period Lyrics (feat. Dababy)

[Intro: Boosie Badazz]
14 turn me up some
You ain't no gangster, period (Period)
You ain't no gangster, you ain't no gangster
You ain't no gangster, period
Startin' that [?], bitch, you get slapped
You ain't no gangster, period, period, period

[Chorus: Boosie Badazz]
You niggas be talkin' like gangsters (Like gangsters)
But I ain't gon' play with you, period (No)
Bitch in the back, full of that Boosie juice
Tryna f*ck on her period (Ooh)
I put a bitch up, blood on my aim (My aim)
But it ain't come from her period
You niggas be playin', you niggas be playin'
But I ain't gon' play with you, period

[Post-Chorus: DaBaby]
Let's go
I ain't finna play with a nigga
I do it on sight, ain't gon' lay on a nigga (Yeah)
These lil' niggas know I go baby, lil' nigga (Uh)
"That's Baby, that lil' nigga stay with a pistol" (Yeah, bitch)
I can't wait to do it, lil' nigga
Like the shit that you pop in your music, lil' nigga (Yeah, bitch)
Got a bitch that I hit every Tuеsday, nigga
Send a hit, f*ck around and go Boosie, lil' nigga (Uh)
[Verse 1: Boosie Badazz]
They call mе "Boosie", I go stupid
Keep the K 'cause it's serious (Yeah)
If I know ya, don't know ya, you ain't gon' play with me, period (p*ssy-ass)
I make you walk it out, walk it out, walk it out
Yeah, bought what I'm talkin' 'bout
Big mouth, shock collar, two Rottweilers like Nino
Runnin' up hundreds and cash (Woo), she tryna f*ck on a rat
Please tell your p*ssy-ass baby daddy, be cool, girl 'fore I get on his ass
Diamonds like "Yeah" (Yeah), diamonds like "Yeah, bitch I'm a boss" (Boss)
I'm runnin' your [?], you gon' die for chasin' that clout (Bow)
I send them bars in your house (Bow), same niggas sleep on my couch (Yeah)
The more niggas crossin' the line, them niggas gon' go get a house
I make that music, make heads bounce
I got them shooters, gon' air it out
I got the juice, but you got no juice
What you wanna do? Bitch, let's set it off

[Chorus: Boosie Badazz]
You niggas be talkin' like gangsters (Like gangsters)
But I ain't gon' play with you, period (No)
Bitch in the back, full of that Boosie juice
Tryna f*ck on her period (Ooh)
I put a bitch up, blood on my aim (My aim)
But it ain't come from her period
You niggas be playin', you niggas be playin'
But I ain't gon' play with you, period
[Post-Chorus: DaBaby]
Let's go
I ain't finna play with a nigga

I do it on sight, ain't gon' lay on a nigga (Yeah)
These lil' niggas know I go baby, lil' nigga (Uh)
"That's Baby, that lil' nigga stay with a pistol" (Yeah, bitch)
I can't wait to do it, lil' nigga
Like the shit that you pop in your music, lil' nigga (Yeah, bitch)
Got a bitch that I hit every Tuesday, nigga
Send a hit, f*ck around and go Boosie, lil' nigga

[Verse 2: DaBaby]
Okay, let's go
I got a bitch from the hood when I f*ck from the back, yeah, her booty, it jiggle (Yeah)
I'm up in New York like Jigga (Uh-uh)
My lil' nigga just flew in the pistol (Yrrm, brr)
Just got off the phone when my people got shot at, them niggas can shoot but they missed 'em (Ha)
Soon as you knock 'em off, I'ma send 'em (Uh-huh)
Pull out hundreds, all blue with my picture (Blue)
Nigga be actin' like I gotta do some, I don't gotta do shit but whisper
I'm like "Ayy, go bun that nigga (Yeah, him)
That nigga (Him too), and every nigga with 'em"
Nigga like to know I play in my video, play with my kids and play with y'all bitches (Uh-huh)
But I bet ya I'ma play up there with God or play ball on the yard
Before I play with y'all niggas (Bitch-ass niggas)
[Chorus: Boosie Badazz & DaBaby]
You niggas be talkin' like gangsters (Like gangsters)
But I ain't gon' play with you, period (Yeah)
Bitch in the back, full of that Boosie juice
Tryna f*ck on her period (Ooh)
I put a bitch up, blood on my aim
But it ain't come from her period (Nah)
You niggas be playin', you niggas be playin'
But I ain't gon' play with you, period

[Post-Chorus: DaBaby]
Let's go
I ain't finna play with a nigga
I do it on sight, ain't gon' lay on a nigga (Yeah)
These lil' niggas know I go baby, lil' nigga (Uh)
"That's Baby, that lil' nigga stay with a pistol" (Okay)
I can't wait to do it, lil' nigga
Like the shit that you pop in your music, lil' nigga (Yeah, bitch)
Got a bitch that I hit every Tuesday, nigga
Send a hit, f*ck around and go Boosie, lil' nigga (Bitch-ass niggas)

[Outro: DaBaby & Boozie Badazz]
Ayy, Boosie, mane, go give me that goddamn fifteen-hundred I gave you for that feature so I can go put it on a nigga head, real quick
Nah nigga, you gettin' a whole lot of money, and I'll tell you what
You just give me five Gs, and my lil' partner gon' handle that, and we gon' call it even
I ain't f*ckin' wit' you bruh
I'm gone

Tom & Jerry (Film Review)

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Tom & Jerry (Film Review)
Tom & Jerry (Film Review)

February 26, 2021 by: Matt Rooney

3
10

PLOT: Iconic cartoon rivals Tom & Jerry are back in a new movie, bringing their brand of cartoon chaos to a lavish New York hotel on the eve of a very important wedding. 

REVIEW: Tom and Jerry are iconic, timeless “frenemies” for several reasons, chief among them that their rivalry is so simple. Tom is a cat, Jerry is a mouse, and as hard as Tom tries to catch Jerry, the mouse is far too clever and makes the cat look like a fool. As a cartoon, it makes for perfect slapstick that easily stands the test of time. Where the formula starts to implode is when you take that very direct premise, blow it up into an unreasonable 100 minutes, factor in an ensemble of useless humans who do more to hurt Tom & Jerry’s classic dynamic than add to it, and scatter them all across a story that just makes you wish you could get back to the cartoon hijinks. The result? A family film about as headache-inducing as watching an actual cat and mouse tear through your home.

Leaping out of the all-cartoon realm, this updated take on Tom & Jerry keeps the characters looking like their classic animated selves but places them in our very real world. Reading that, you probably don’t need me to go any further, as you’re likely already fearing – as you well should – all the cinematic crimes the movie will commit. Less Who Framed Roger Rabbit? and more the onslaught of films like Alvin and the Chipmunks, The Smurfs, and even the Rocky and Bullwinkle movie, Tom & Jerry makes the mistake in believing that the key to keeping these characters relevant and fun for new and old audiences alike is to take them out of their very colorful cartoon world and placing them in our very bland and dirty real one. Worse yet, to also pair them alongside human characters so lacking in charm or humor you would forget their names if they didn’t have to wear nametags for their jobs.

 

 

Taking place in the thrilling location of a fancy New York hotel, Tom, a down-on-his-luck cat who dreams of being a famous piano player, and Jerry, an ambitious mouse who wants to live the big life in the city, are thrust into scenario after scenario of the combative hijinks they’ve done best for years, all so they can have a shot at living a life of comfort in said hotel. In the middle of it all, for some reason, is small-time con artist, Kayla (Chloë Grace Moretz), who lies her way into an important job helping plan the hotel wedding between a hot, rich couple, Ben and Preeta (Colin Jost and Pallavi Sharda). This involves her teaming with Tom to get rid of Jerry (because who wants a lone mouse minding his own business in a hotel where rich people come?) and allowing chaos to ensue. Whatever creative decision led to the mesh of real and animated beyond wanting to do the bare minimum of making these characters feel modern is a mystery, but what this approach only achieves is making you wonder one thing from start to finish: Why is this a movie?

 

The premise – Tom and Jerry run amok in a hotel – is perfect for a several-minute segment in a series of cartoons, but for the movie, it’s a stretched out, mostly aimless exercise with a bevy of uninteresting humans having the impossible task of trying to pad it all out. Even the actors themselves seem to know they’re in the way, rushing through dialogue and letting jokes evaporate into thin air so the movie can get to what the people came for – elaborate pranks and shenanigans between a cartoon cat and mouse. When these moments of cartoon antics do get to play out do we get a sense of fun, with their back and forth offering up some old-school entertainment. Not every bit lands, and those usually are the result of the two (mostly Tom) having to deal with the limitations of a cartoon character interacting with the real world. However, when the effects do get kicked up a notch (like when Tom tries to sneak into the hotel via a clothing line in the middle of a thunderstorm), do we see the classic Tom & Jerry spirit come alive.

 

But as soon as the antics go, the humans come back in to ruin the fun. Moretz, who is normally great in much of what she’s given, has the impossible task of holding up so much of a movie where the only characters worth seeing are the cartoon cat and mouse. It’s a thankless role she’s in, and one that doesn’t even have the decency of being well-written, playing a sort of grifter with not much depth to her. We have little reason to like her until maybe the final 15 minutes, up until which she comes off as mostly a jerk. Michael Peña plays the overly-dedicated hotel higher-up, and luckily he’s talented enough in comedic roles to get some chuckles out of how seriously his character takes hotel event coordinating. Other funny people like Rob Delany (Deadpool 2) and Ken Jeong (a lot) are left stranded here, perhaps mercifully, knowing they don’t have as much responsibility in following up the real stars. 

 

 

Humans even manage to ruin the exploration of the movie’s ultimate theme – which is putting aside your grievances and embracing what makes you a team. Logic would dictate that would be explored with some sweetness among the title duo, but instead, it’s mostly via Ben and Preeta. Ben is a schmuck who is ruining the couple’s wedding, and Preeta seems to be regretting marrying him at all. It would be worth it to see the two learn to love each other again if only Jost and Sharda had any chemistry with each other during the good times. But they’re humans in a cat and mouse world, and like the rest of their kind, are of no value here. Director Tim Story doesn’t seem to know what to do with his cast except get them through the scenes without messing up lines, and the script from Kevin Costello does nothing to make those scenes worthwhile, losing grip on what depth there is even in Tom & Jerry themselves before the 10-minute mark. The idea was to do something with Tom & Jerry so the names don’t die with the incoming generation, and together, they’ve done the barest of the minimum amount.

 

But Tom & Jerry are not the only animals here. Every animal in this world is a cartoon and many are callbacks to the original cartoons. Some of them talk, others don’t, but mostly, humans both live with them comfortably but are completely taken by surprise by the destruction they can cause. You would think they would have found a way to prevent “animal tornadoes” by now, but no. While a lot of money and valuable artistry was poured into meshing the animated with the realistic, it mostly looks…misguided. Sometimes the effects look okay – mostly when Tom & Jerry are going at it – and other times they look wildly out of place against the numbing artificial light of the sets. Again, it all begs the question of why the money was spent on a forgettable movie and not at a shot at creating a re-vamped cartoon series. 

 

Of course, it seems nitpicky to go to town on a children’s film. But being a children’s film doesn’t give you the license to be terrible. Maybe with more innovative minds behind the scenes, this could’ve been great. A big, colorful world could’ve been created for these two classic characters to play in, but instead, they get New York on an uneventful Tuesday afternoon. My problem isn’t that it’s never funny; sometimes it can be. It’s just that when it’s not, it’s painfully dull and uninspired. Parents will get tired of the nostalgia after ten minutes, and kids will likely run to the other room when the cat and mouse aren’t on screen. This is a shocker because, clearly, if there’s anything that’s going to get young audiences to pay attention to the cartoon antics of Tom & Jerry, it’s the live-action supporting roles of Colin Jost and Ken Jeong.

Source:
JoBlo.com

Babylon 5 & Lost actress Mira Furlan has died at 65

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Babylon 5 & Lost actress Mira Furlan has died at 65
January 22, 2021 by: Kevin Fraser

Sad news as it was revealed last night that Mira Furlan, best known for her roles on Babylon 5 and Lost, has passed away at the age of 65. In a statement to the BBC, Furlan's family said that she had died on Wednesday due to complications with West Nile Virus. "It is with great sadness that I confirm the passing of Mira Furlan," the statement read. "She was a woman full of kindness, strength and compassion. She died peacefully at her home in Los Angeles, surrounded by her family. We will all continue to celebrate her life and legacy, and know she'll always be here with us."

Mira Furlan played Ambassador Delenn throughout all five seasons of Babylon 5 and also played Danielle Rousseau on Lost, a French scientist who became shipwrecked on the island sixteen years prior to the crash of Oceanic 815. Furlan also appeared in movies such as When Father Was Away on Business, Beauty of Vice, Three For Happiness, In the Jaws of Life, as well as TV shows like Spider-Man: The Animated Series, Night Stalker, NCIS, Law & Order: LA, and more. Furlan emigrated to the US in 1991 from the former Yugoslavia when the war broke out, and while speaking with Daily Dragon Online in 2021, Furlan said, "It was completely like starting over, as if someone had taken a big eraser and erased my life. It was a strange feeling. But at the same time, we came to New York. I've always loved New York, and I've always thought that it's like living in the world. It's the world, not just one city, but it's everything!" Furlan added that she and her husband came over with just four suitcases, and when she got an agent, one of the very first auditions she went to was for Babylon 5. "So it was kind of a miracle!," Furlan said.

Babylon 5 creator J. Michael Straczynski also reacted to the news in a statement on Twitter, saying that the Babylon 5 family had known for some time that Mira Furlan's health had been fading, and while they kept hoping she would improve, that sadly didn't happen. "Mira was a good and kind woman, a stunningly talented performer, and a friend to everyone in the cast and crew of ‘Babylon 5,’ and we are all devastated by the news," Straczynski wrote. "The cast members with whom she was especially close since the show’s end will need room to process this moment, so please be gentle if they are unresponsive for a time. We have been down this road too often, and it only gets harder." You will be missed, Mira Furlan.

Source:
BBC

Lil Yachty – If you move on I will still love you Lyrics

Play this song

If I move on I still love you

[Verse 1]
Doin ya wrong, Doin ya bad
Doin you wrong, doin ya bad, I done fucked up
All that love I had for you I had it tucked up
All in my mind, I’ve been trippin thinking about the rewind
You done moved on to a new kind, damn I took to long
That’s my bad, that’s my fault, [?]
I still got the same number if you want me back
I can live without you but I’m goin to be sad
I can live without you and I’m still gone be successful
But these n might finesse you
I can’t let em, let a n do you wrong
This baby choppa gone dissect em
I knew you was the one for me cause I’m in love with first impressions
I know you is not a priest but can you please sing my confessions
When I seen you for the first time you look like an angel out of heaven
You a 10 not a 7, in New York not 11
And if I have a daughter imma name her Angelina, middle name coral, last name McCollum
When she turn 16 Imma buy her a Beamer
Her grandmother need her, she don’t play either
And I hope that baby have your features
That’s a beautiful creature

[Chorus]
I don’t want, you to move on, No
But girl if you do, i still love you
I do, My boo

[Verse 2]
Shawty look so good in my clothes
Shawty look so good in the clothes that I pick out
When I get up in it I really ain’t tryna get out
Soon as I see you girl I know you wanna fuck me
Layin in the back, girl your tellin me you love me
Hand on your face while I’m rubbin on your stomy
Any n that get you then he lucky
I just wanna see lil baby smile
It’s been a minute since I seen you
Way to long, patek on my arm
[?] my mom
Let’s start a family on a farm

[Chorus]
I don’t want, you to move on, No
But girl if you do, i still love you
I do, My boo

The Game – Gangs of New York Lyrics

Play this song

[Verse 1: The Game]
Walkin’ outta JFK in my all black Champion hood
7 5/8 Yankee fitted, what’s good?
Hop in the Range Rover with Styles P and Kiss
Roll the window down while I’m lightin’ my spliff
Turn on Hot 97 and I cock my brim
Razor blade in my cheek, got a snub in my Timbs
And I’m feelin’ like M.O.P
Diddy run the city but {?} where the crown stay
Just like you carry him through Brooklyn
Them Queensbridge killers still got shook ones
On the FDR weavin’ through traffic
And the homie Nas know I’m still bangin’ Illmatic
Like it’s ’94 I reign supreme like the crime lords
City arms raised like the Phantom suicide doors
Flip Mode, Terror Squad, Bird Gang, D-Block
Just a few of my niggas but you might know em by the

[Hook]
Gangs in New York
Gangs in New York
Gangs in New York
Gangs in New York
Gangs in New York
Gangs in New York
Gangs in New York
Gangs in New York
Gangs of New York!

[Verse 2: Jadakiss]
This is somethin’ you had to get used to, truthful
Me? I’m neutral, but I’ll still shoot you
Jumpin’ out the Jag with a rocket
Na, I ain’t thinkin’ about the flag in your pocket
Cock it, never was a thing to pull it
I bang for real, meaning I do my thang with bullets
So I can’t sleep ’til I know it’s your memorial
Usually over a bitch, but this is territorial
Turf war, knife wounds they hurt more
Come in the building, you won’t make it past the first floor
These young niggas is poppin’ on sight
Ghetto birds, all you hear is the choppers all night
And “Who got shot?”, “Who got stabbed?”
Either that or “Who got knocked?”, “Who got bagged?”
Outside the ratchets, inside is the hawk
Real talk is what it is, The Gangs of New York
What?

[Hook]
Gangs in New York
Gangs in New York
Gangs in New York
Gangs in New York
Gangs in New York
Gangs in New York
Gangs in New York
Gangs in New York
Gangs of New York!
Gangs of New York!
Gangs of New York!

[Verse 3: Jim Jones]

Daisy Ridley to star in Young Woman and The Sea for Disney+

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Daisy Ridley to star in Young Woman and The Sea for Disney+
December 9, 2020 by: Kevin Fraser

On August 6, 1926, Gertrude "Trudy" Ederle became the first woman to ever swim across the English Channel, and Deadline has reported that Daisy Ridley (Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker) is set to play the Queen of the Waves in a new drama to be directed by Joaquim Rønning (Maleficent: Mistress of Evil) for the Disney+ streaming service.

RELATED: Ben Affleck in talks to star in George Clooney’s The Tender Bar

Young Woman and The Sea will be scripted by Jeff Nathanson (The Lion King), who first became involved in the project over five years ago when it was set up at Paramount. Jerry Bruckheimer and Chad Oman are slated to produce the project, with production looking to kick off mid-2021. Gertrude Ederle was a competitive swimmer from Manhattan who won gold at the 1924 Olympics. Prior to embarking on her history-making crossing of the English Channel, Ederle swan 22 miles from Battery Park in New York to Sandy Hook in New Jersey in just 7 hours and 11 minutes, a record that stood for over 80s years. This feat allowed Ederle to finance her English Channel crossing.

"There was actually a race among women who would be first to cross as only five men had done so before," reads Deadline's description. "She did it with help from her family: with sister Meg, she constructed a two-piece swimsuit — unheard of in the 1920s when skirt lengths were below the knee and ordinary swimsuits looked like summer dresses. They also used candle wax to seal her goggles to make them leak-proof. All this helped only so much as she struggled against waves, winds and treacherous waters to become world famous when she reached shore. She had shattered centuries of female stereotypes and was given a ticker-tape parade upon her return to New York, where 2 million cheered her. Her feat was largely forgotten soon after, as the world moved on."

RELATED: Kevin Hart, Wesley Snipes team for Netflix limited series True Story

Daisy Ridley will next be seen starring alongside Tom Holland (Spider-Man: Far From Home) in Chaos Walking, a sci-fi action/adventure film directed by Doug Liman (Edge of Tomorrow). "In the not too distant future, Todd Hewitt (Holland) discovers Viola (Ridley), a mysterious girl who crash lands on his planet, where all the women have disappeared and the men are afflicted by "the Noise" – a force that puts all their thoughts on display," reads the official synopsis. "In this dangerous landscape, Viola's life is threatened – and as Todd vows to protect her, he will have to discover his own inner power and unlock the planet's dark secrets." Chaos Walking is currently slated to be released on January 22, 2021.

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Deadline

Netflix’s You: Scott Speedman joining third season of Penn Badgley series

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Netflix’s You: Scott Speedman joining third season of Penn Badgley series
October 23, 2020 by: Gaius Bolling

The third season of Netflix's You will feature Animal Kingdom alum, Scott Speedman, in a major recurring role that is bound to excite fans of the popular Netflix series.

Speedman is set to play Matthew, who is described as "a successful CEO, husband, and uncommunicative father. He’s reserved, at times mysterious, and has a tendency to be withdrawn, all of which masks a deep well of emotion underneath." Judging from that character description, I'm sure he'll be an interesting addition to a show that already has a majorly complex character in Penn Badgley's Joe.

Speedman becomes the latest major casting for the third season of You after new series regulars Travis Van Winkle and Shalita Grant. For Speedman's part, the actor recently wrapped production on Lina Roessler’s directorial debut BEST SELLERS, starring opposite Aubrey Plaza and Michael Caine and he last starred opposite Ellen Barkin on TNT’s Animal Kingdom. 

You's first season was based on the 2014 novel by Caroline Kepnes and followed Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley), a New York bookstore manager and serial killer who falls in love with a customer named Guinevere Beck (Elizabeth Lail) and quickly develops an extreme, toxic and delusional obsession with her. Season two follows Joe on his move to Los Angeles where he falls in love with a local heiress named Love Quinn (Victoria Pedretti) but the same toxic extremes that Joe is willing to go to prove to not be left in New York with his past.

Are YOU excited for Scott Speedman to join the show? Will YOU be watching season three?

Source:
Deadline

AMC Theatres: Exhibitor may file for bankruptcy after stalled reopening

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AMC Theatres: Exhibitor may file for bankruptcy after stalled reopening
October 14, 2020 by: Gaius Bolling

On the heels of announcing that they may run out of cash by the end of 2020, those in the know on Wall Street think that the nation's largest theater chain may have to file for bankruptcy due to the fact that their cash flow problem won't be resolved even by early 2021.

According to an SEC filing, “There is a significant risk that these potential sources of liquidity will not be realized or that they will be insufficient to generate the material amounts of additional liquidity that would be required until the Company is able to achieve more normalized levels of operating revenue." Due to this, a Wall Street analyst says “I really don’t know how they don’t go bankrupt. They should be out of cash by the end of January. And most companies don’t file when they are minus ten million in cash. The attorneys have to be paid.”

Since the announcement that they may be out of cash by the end of the year, AMC shares plunged 13%. By comparison, Cinemark, Marcus, and National CineMedia fell, respectively, 8%, 7.2%, and 9%. All had stabilized in after-hours trade. AMC has acknowledged that they are in a very tight corner. It has about $5 billion in debt and high debt means high-interest expense. AMC, which is majority-owned by Chinese conglomerate Wanda, racked it up pre-pandemic with a string of acquisitions, dividend payments, and upgrades to its theaters. For comparison's sake once again, Cinemark has said it has about 17 months of liquidity and less than half the debt of AMC.

As a part of AMC's SEC filing, the theater chain said it had raised close to $40 million in a stock sale but its cash burn is about $115 million a month and as of August 30 it had about $500 million in funds. The company said today it is considering asset sales, joint ventures, the sale of minority investments, and new rounds of stock or bond sales. It recently sold off its Baltic theaters and had been in talks to divest its Nordic cinemas as well.

This isn't the first time that AMC Theatres has flirted with bankruptcy during the pandemic. Soon after their doors shuttered back in mid-March, talk began circulating that they were in danger of not being able to reopen if they remained closed for too long. It was then that bankruptcy talks began but AMC CEO Adam Aron put those talks to rest when AMC restructured its debt in July giving it some runway but that can only last so long if moviegoing doesn’t resume properly. AMC has opened more than 80% of its U.S. theaters but a lack of new film content drove an 85% same-theater attendance decline and the lack of play in Los Angles and New York, where theaters have yet to reopen, became a huge nuisance to their reopening plans. To put it in perspective, 17% of theaters yet to reopen in those prime areas generated 23% of AMC’s 2019 domestic revenue.

Do YOU think AMC will be forced to file for bankruptcy? What do YOU think their future holds?

Source:
Deadline

AMC Theatres could run out of cash by the end of the year

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AMC Theatres could run out of cash by the end of the year
October 13, 2020 by: Gaius Bolling

AMC Theatres is back in the danger zone after shuttering its doors back in March and gradually reopening since the end of July. The global pandemic has taken a toll on exhibitors nationwide and AMC is no exception. Coming on the heels of Regal Cinemas deciding to temporarily close its U.S. locations due to a lack of new content from studios to show moviegoers willing to go to the movies, AMC Theatres is now saying they're having a cash problem and they could be fresh out by end of the year or early 2021 if moviegoers don't return to cinemas in greater numbers.

The world's largest exhibitor noted that attendance at the 494 of its 598 U.S. locations that it has opened in recent weeks is down approximately 85%. Attendance is limited in reopened states due to social distancing restrictions and huge markets such as Los Angeles and New York have yet to give the go-ahead to reopen theaters in their area. The theater chain is also suffering from a lack of blockbusters hitting the big screen thanks to studios shifting them to later dates in 2021. Their argument is that it isn't feasible to debut a major release when movie theaters are closed in major cities. AMC had this to say in a recent financial report:

"Given the reduced movie slate for the fourth quarter, in the absence of significant increases in attendance from current levels or incremental sources of liquidity, at the existing cash burn rate, the Company anticipates that existing cash resources would be largely depleted by the end of 2020 or early 202. Thereafter, to meet its obligations as they become due, the Company will require additional sources of liquidity or increases in attendance levels. The required amounts of additional liquidity are expected to be material."

AMC is said to be exploring several options, having already heavily leveraged and recently renegotiated its debt to improve its balance sheet. The options include packing an additional debt or exploring equity financing; renegotiating lease payments with landlords; selling theaters or other assets; and exploring joint-venture opportunities. The chain is currently burning more cash than it is making to keep theaters open and operational and they noted that it is difficult to predict how much money it will need to raise:

"There can be no assurance that the assumptions used to estimate our liquidity requirements and future cash burn will be correct, or that we will be able to achieve more normalized levels of attendance described above, which are materially higher than our current attendance levels, and our ability to be predictive is uncertain due to the unknown magnitude and duration of the COVID-19 pandemic."

This turn of events is even more troubling for the moviegoing experience which seems to by dying a slow death due to the pandemic. I really hope these places can turn things around because I do not want to see movie theaters go under by any means. 

What do YOU think will happen with AMC Theatres in the future?

Source:
Deadline

On the Rocks review (NYFF) starring Bill Murray & Rashida Jones

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On the Rocks review (NYFF) starring Bill Murray & Rashida Jones
On the Rocks review (NYFF) starring Bill Murray & Rashida Jones

October 2, 2020 by: Chris Bumbray

6
10

PLOT: Suspicious that her husband is having an affair, a woman (Rashida Jones) allows her gadfly father (Bill Murray) to talk her into late-night prowls through the streets of New York, hoping to catch him in the act.

REVIEW: It should be noted that Sofia Coppola’s ON THE ROCKS is set in a life of wealth and privilege that few of us will ever be able to wrap our heads around. It’s the kind of world where characters work in ill-defined “businesses” that mostly involve making giant deals in elegant private nightclubs like Soho house, or gorgeous beach-front properties in Mexico. Bill Murray’s character is some kind of art-dealer, with funds that are vast enough he’s able to travel through New York with a private chauffeur and charter planes to Mexico at the drop of a hat.

To me, this gives the film a slightly alien quality that keeps it from rising to the level of even something like MARRIAGE STORY, which has similarly wealthy leads but more of universality to it. ON THE ROCKS, by contrast, tells a pretty thin story. Rashida Jones’ character is happily married but believes her husband (Marlon Wayans– effective in a rare serious role) is cheating on her with his business partner (Jessica Henwick). She’s bullied by her caddish dad into following him around the city, which itself is hard to swallow as Jones has a vibe that makes it hard for me to believe she could be pushed around by anyone.

In the end though, the thin storyline is more just an excuse for Coppola to make another “hanging with Bill Murray” movie, which isn’t an unpleasant thing, although this falls way short of LOST IN TRANSLATION, where his character had genuine pathos. Here, he’s essentially just playing Bill Murray, albeit with a more caddish demeanor, with him constantly excusing his own, numerous affairs while railing against Wayans’s character for his own, unconfirmed affair.

We’re expected to believe he can lead an insecure Jones down a rabbit hole of paranoia, but the vibe between the two doesn’t make this believable. Jones seems more bemused by him than anything. It feels like her character should just be able to shrug off his advice and go her own way. Still, the two do have excellent chemistry even if the dynamic seems off.

It feels like Murray’s riffing quite a bit, with scenes showing him serenading couples on the beach with old Bing Crosby tunes, or complimenting strangers and winning over cops at random stops. It’s Murray so it works, but just barely. It’s one of the few times I’ve ever seen a movie where Murray borders on being insufferable. It never feels like he’s playing a character with any sense of growth or agency.

For her part, I’ve long maintained that Rashida Jones should be a superstar. Her CELESTE & JESSE FOREVER was an underrated gem, and she holds her own opposite Murray, I just wish she’d had a better part. The strongest aspect of the film is Coppola’s elegant visual style, coupled with the soundtrack by Phoenix. It’s also worth noting that the vision of New York is bittersweet given all that’s happening now, with the packed 21 bar and Soho House all likely shut down for the pandemic. It’ll be a long time before the New York of ON THE ROCKS is a reality again.

For me, ON THE ROCKS ranks as lesser Sofia Coppola, beneath her amazing work on THE VIRGIN SUICIDES, LOST IN TRANSLATION or her underrated SOMEWHERE and the recent intriguing (but flawed) remake of THE BEGUILED. It’s not a bad film and worth watching – it just can’t help but be a disappointment considering everyone involved.

Source:
JoBlo.com

Weekend Box Office Report: Tenet keeps trying to attract eyes!

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Weekend Box Office Report: Tenet keeps trying to attract eyes!
September 13, 2020 by: Dave Davis

Moviegoers make time for Tenet!

Filmmaker Christopher Nolan‘s globetrotting thriller TENET remained the only major offering for audiences seeking an escape to theaters (or drive-ins), topping a second weekend with an estimated $6.7 million.

Warner Bros. is being cagey about financial information and hasn’t been releasing traditional daily box office figures — it seems that last weekend’s $20.2 million domestic total included its previous week only in Canadian theaters, and the actual three-day opening weekend in North America was closer to $9.5 million.

This means that technically, TENET’s second domestic weekend only dropped by 29% since it premiered on US screens. The PG-13 sci-fi espionage tale (originally planned for July 17) is now on 2900 screens in North America, and has a domestic total of $29.5 million.

Nolan’s $200 million time-tampering tech epic is receiving a stronger response overseas, giving the high-profile release a worldwide total of $207 million (which includes $23 million from IMAX showings).

Given the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions for theaters (and life in general), TENET’s performance may not have been the anticipated confidence boost after all — Warner Bros. has moved superhero sequel WONDER WOMAN 1984 from October 2nd to a new Christmas Day release. Since that’s only a week after the studio’s expensive space saga DUNE is set to land on screens, we can probably expect one of those to shift.

The Disney-released Fox acquisition THE NEW MUTANTS was again in second place with $2.1 million on its third weekend in theaters after its painfully long delay before release.

Director Josh Boone‘s horror-themed X-MEN spinoff has a domestic total of $15.3 million and close to $30 million worldwide (on a cost rumored to be as high as $80 million).

The R-rated Russell Crowe thriller UNHINGED was in third place with $1.5 million on its fifth weekend in release. The $33 million road rage movie has a domestic total of $13.8 million and $22 million worldwide.

Sony released their PG-13 romance THE BROKEN HEARTS GALLERY onto 2200 screens this weekend and opened with an estimated $1.12 million.

Set in New York (ironically, where cinemas are currently still closed), the comedy-drama starring Geraldine Viswanathan (BLOCKERS) and Dacre Montgomery (of Netflix’s “Stranger Things”) cost a reported $8 million.

Teen romantic drama AFTER WE COLLIDED was released on nearly 300 screens in Canada over the weekend and generated $525,000. Adapted from Anna Todd’s young-adult novel, the sequel to last year’s AFTER also has a fairly impressive worldwide total of $21 million. The movie is set for a simultanteous theatrical/VOD release in the US on October 23.

The remainder of the available cinema/drive-in options included PG-13 sequel BILL & TED FACE THE MUSIC with another $265,000 for a domestic total of $2.78 million while it keeps rocking the VOD charts. The PG-13 teen drama WORDS ON BATHROOM WALLS is now at nearly $2 million in total, and the Dickens adaptation THE PERSONAL LIFE OF DAVID COPPERFIELD has collected $1.4 million over three weeks.

Disney’s period adventure of MULAN appeared to have strong results from its $29.99 release onto the studio’s Disney+ streaming platform, which saw a download spike of 68% for the app after the live-action remake became available for Premier Access on September 4 (the movie can be viewed at no extra cost to regular subscribers on December 4). 

However, the PG-13 update of the legendary story didn’t make much of an impression upon release in China, where the $200 million release posted $23.2 million over its first weekend. 

As for the future of major releases, CANDYMAN has also bounced from its planned October 16 date to some time in 2021. At the moment, DEATH ON THE NILE (October 23), BLACK WIDOW (November 6) and NO TIME TO DIE (November 20) are still holding firm. For now…

What is your favorite movie directed by Paul Verhoeven? VOTE HERE!

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MOVIE TITLE
WKND $
TOTAL $

1.
Tenet
$6.7 M
$29.5 M

2.
The New Mutants
$2.1 M
$15.3 M

3.
Unhinged
$1.5 M
$13.8 M

4.
The Broken Hearts Gallery
$1.12 M
NEW

5.
After We Collided
$0.525 M
NEW

6.
Bill & Ted Face the Music
$0.265 M
$2.78 M

7.
Words on Bathroom Walls
$0.241 M
$1.95 M

8.
The Personal History of David Copperfield
$0.193 M
$1.4 M

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DeadlineForbes

Netflix to stream horror comedy Vampires Vs. The Bronx in time for Halloween

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Netflix to stream horror comedy Vampires Vs. The Bronx in time for Halloween
September 9, 2020 by: Steve Seigh

In the immortal words of HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA's Count Dracula, "Blah blah blah!"

Screenrant revealed today that Netflix is ready to sink its fangs into VAMPIRES VS. THE BRONX as a part of its 2020 "Netflix and Chills" lineup of spooky content. In searching for reactions to the news online, cinephiles are already likening the film to ATTACK THE BLOCK but with vampires. If that's not enough to get your blood pumping I don't know what will.

Directed by Saturday Night Live alum Oz Rodriguez, the film focuses on a group of young friends from the Bronx fighting to save their neighborhood from a band of vampires. In addition to serving as the project's director, Rodriguez also co-wrote the script with Blaise Hemingway (PLAYMOBIL: THE MOVIE). In talking to Screenrant about filming a more personal story, Oz revealed the following:

"Growing up in the Dominican Republic I watched many adventure films with kids that didn’t look like me. Moving to New York and experiencing the rich multiculturalism of the city inspired me to write a new kind of adventure story. There’s a lack of stories reflecting some of the communities of the city, especially those dealing with gentrification. I’m excited for kids to hopefully see themselves represented on the screen as our heroes save their marginalized community."

RELATED: Wonder Woman 1984 may be pushed to a Christmas 2020 release

In order to defend the Bronx against a horde of blood-sucking vampires, Rodriguez has assembled a formidable cast in Jaden Michael, Gerald W. Jones III, Gregory Diaz IV, Sarah Gadon, Cliff “Method Man” Smith, Shea Whigham, Coco Jones, Joel “The Kid Mero” Martinez, Chris Redd, Vladimir Caamaño, Jeremie Harris, Adam David Thompson, Judy Marte, Richard Bekins, and Zoe Saldaña.

"When it came to portraying the neighborhood we wanted as many New York actors as possible. As a Dominican I was excited to work with so many great Dominican actors like Jaden, Kid Mero, Vlad, Judy, and the newcomer Zoe Saldaña," Rodriguez explained to Screenrant's Rob Keyes. He also mentioned that Saldaña has a brief cameo in the movie. "It was a challenging shoot but our young trio of vampire killers Jaden, Gregory and Gerald made it look easy."

For more on VAMPIRES VS. THE BRONX including a gallery of images from the upcoming film, be sure to check out Screenrant's exclusive report.

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Screenrant

Weekend Box Office Report: It’s finally time for Tenet in theaters!

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Weekend Box Office Report: It’s finally time for Tenet in theaters!
September 6, 2020 by: Dave Davis

Christopher Nolan brings business!

One of the year’s most anticipated movies made it to North American theaters this weekend, and moviegoers were clearly prepared to contend with the new theatrical COVID-19 safety protocols as TENET took off with an estimated $20.2 million!

After being pushed from its long-planned July 17 opening, filmmaker Christopher Nolan‘s new thriller arrived at last on 2800 screens in North America (not including some major cities like New York and Los Angeles, which are still locked down). The movie will slowly expand further as cinema availability and safety allows (its current domestic figure includes a modest rollout in Canada last week).

The top-secret Warner Bros. release already started its time-twisting operations in other parts of the globe last weekend, and is already approaching a worldwide box office total of $150 million.

The PG-13 sci-fi espionage story, with John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Kenneth Branagh and (of course) Michael Caine, cost a reported $200 million.

Critics seem to be a combination of baffled and dazzled by Nolan’s latest, which currently holds an average of 74% average on Rotten Tomatoes and a score of 69 on Metacritic. Flip on over to the JoBlo review HERE.

After a far, far longer delay before its premiere last weekend, THE NEW MUTANTS were in second place with $2.8 million, a drop of 59% from its starting point.

Released by Disney after it devoured Fox, the PG-13 X-MEN spinoff from director Josh Boone has a ten-day domestic total of $11.6 million and around $14.4 million worldwide, on a reported cost of $67 million (but rumored to be as high as $80 million).

Russell Crowe continues angrily cruising around the country with UNHINGED, now on 2400 North American screens for $1.6 million over the weekend and a domestic total of $11.3 million.

The R-rated road rage thriller, which tested the waters of theatrical viability when it started the engines four weeks ago, currently has a worldwide total of $19 million (on a reported cost of $33 million).

The return of our favorite goofball rockers made another $610,000 this weekend with BILL & TED FACE THE MUSIC. The PG-13 comedy sequel with Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter now has around $2.2 million from theaters at the same time it’s ruling most major VOD charts.

Elsewhere in theaters, the Dickens adaptation THE PERSONAL LIFE OF DAVID COPPERFIELD collected another $361,000, the animated THE SPONGEBOB MOVIE: SPONGE ON THE RUN gabbed another $345,000 from its Canada-only run, and the PG-13 teen melodrama WORDS ON BATHROOM WALLS pulled in an additional $282,000 over the weekend.

While no box office figures are currently available, the 2013 biopic of baseball hero Jackie Robinson 42 was also re-released this weekend in honor of the tragic recent passing of star Chadwick Boseman.

Although it’s skipping theaters in North America, Disney’s PG-13 remake of MULAN opened in a handful of international territories for $5.9 million over the weekend.

Directed by Niki Caro (WHALE RIDER), the $200 million live-action update of the 1998 animated feature went directly to the Mouse House’s streaming platform Disney+ on September 4 (at an additional premium cost).

At the moment there aren’t any major big-budget releases on the immediate horizon (Matthew Vaughn‘s KINGSMAN prequel THE KING’S MAN flinched from its September 18 release to next February), but the defibrillating performance of TENET should have the studios and theaters feeling cautiously confident about the current plans for WONDER WOMAN 1984 (October 2), CANDYMAN (October 16), DEATH ON THE NILE (October 23) and BLACK WIDOW (November 6).

The Gerard Butler apocalypse thriller GREENLAND is currently on the calendar for a North American release on September 25.

What is your favorite movie directed by Christopher Nolan? VOTE HERE!

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MOVIE TITLE
WKND $
TOTAL $

1.
Tenet
$20.2 M
NEW

2.
The New Mutants
$2.8 M
$11.6 M

3.
Unhinged
$1.6 M
$11.3 M

4.
Bill & Ted Face the Music
$0.61 M
$2.26 M

5.
The Personal History of David Copperfield
$0.361 M
$1.02 M

6.
The Spongebob Movie: Sponge on the Run
$0.345 M
$3.5 M

7.
Words on Bathroom Walls
$0.282 M
$1.5 M

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DeadlineForbes

Movie fans flying out to see Tenet because their theaters remain closed

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Movie fans flying out to see Tenet because their theaters remain closed
August 27, 2020 by: Gaius Bolling

Talk about fan dedication. As many movie theaters have reopened, there are still some key markets where they remain closed. If you live in California or New York, there has been very little indication about when their doors will open again and if you’re a fan of Christopher Nolan in these areas, hoping to see TENET, your options are slim. For some fans, nothing is going to stop them and thanks to a report from “Variety“, we’re learning some fans are willing to fly to locations that have reopened their theaters just to see the film.

California resident Tyler Tompkins booked a plane ride to see TENET weeks before movie tickets for the film even went on sale. This cost to see the film is as hefty as it gets with a round-trip flight from Los Angeles to Austin costing him $220. This is without accounting for the ticket itself, popcorn, or soda. His plan is to land in Austin when the film opens on September 1, since movie theaters have opened there, book it to the AMC Barton Creek Square, and see the movie twice before returning straight home. Tompkins had this to say about his decision:

“I’m seeing the movie like three hours after I land. That’s the whole purpose of this trip. My friends think I’m crazy, going all the way across the country to watch it, but we want to show support for this film and we’ll do anything to see it.”

Tompkins is traveling with three other friends and isn’t on this excursion alone but it’s a pretty bold move just to see a movie. Tompkins describes himself as a 24-year old cinephile that moved from Austin to Los Angeles with a few friends hoping to break into the film industry. The pandemic has put a damper on that but he’s not letting it ruin his chance to see TENET, especially since he considers himself ” an evangelical Christopher Nolan fan.” 

At least Tompkins was brave enough to give his name. Another movie fan that “Variety” spoke to wanted to maintain anonymity but they’re also from the Los Angeles area and they will be flying out to Salt Lake City over the weekend to catch the film. They’re comparing the TENET experience to “Star Wars fans camping out for tickets, or Apple users queueing for new iPhones. It’s stupid, yes, but it’s something I’m interested in.” The self-proclaimed film junkie plans to catch the film at an IMAX with Utah’s Megaplex Theatres. They were able to pay for their flight with air miles, shelling out a feasible $13 in taxes and fees. Thanks to a free stay with friends, they believe they’ll only spend $50 over the weekend ahead of their August 31 screening. BTW, not throwing any shade at the fact this particular person is wishing not to disclose their name, especially since they’re requesting off work to do this. I suspect that’s the reason for the secrecy and not embarrassment. 

Some markets have lifted restrictions on theaters with movies like UNHINGED opening last weekend at 1,823 venues in North America. The opening for the film was a decent $4.1 million which is impressive considering several key markets are out of play. Major markets like New York, California, and New Jersey remain shuttered, and many are critical of all non-essential travel, let alone for an out-of-state movie, even if it’s directed by Christopher Nolan. Even with these markets still dark, reports came in yesterday that TENET’S pre-sale tickets in the U.S. were out-selling Nolan’s DUNKIRK and INTERSTELLAR. This was also the case in the UK and Australia. That’s a solid sign that business could be better than expected as the film opens without the key markets that are normally a big chunk of a film’s box office. Is this because fans are flying out to locations that can actually show the film? I doubt it, but, I can’t say I don’t know people personally who are doing this. I have three friends who are flying out of Los Angeles to Las Vegas just to see TENET. I’m sure the lure of Vegas, while limited due to the pandemic, is also a selling point but that was their motivation. I suppose this is the first big event movie since the world went to hell and theaters closed in March. The anticipation is a lot higher considering the need for the film for some moviegoers.

Would YOU go to these lengths to see TENET?

Source:
Variety

The Best Movie You Never Saw: 25th Hour

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The Best Movie You Never Saw: 25th Hour
June 19, 2020 by: Chris Bumbray

Welcome to The Best Movie You NEVER Saw, a column dedicated to examining films that have flown under the radar or gained traction throughout the years, earning them a place as a cult classic or underrated gem that was either before it’s time and/or has aged like a fine wine.

This week we’ll be looking at 25TH HOUR!

THE STORY: A low-level drug dealer (Edward Norton) celebrates his last night of freedom before a seven-year prison stretch with his two best friends (Philip Seymour Hoffman & Barry Pepper) and his girlfriend (Rosario Dawson).

THE PLAYERS: Starring: Edward Norton, Rosario Dawson, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Barry Pepper, Brian Cox. Written by David Benioff. Directed by Spike Lee.

THE HISTORY: People may not remember this now, but in the wake of 9/11, people were very sensitive about any World Trade Center imagery in their films. It got so bad that most of the films shot in New York before September 11th were digitally edited to remove the twin towers by the time they hit theaters. It was a big deal when they were briefly seen at the end of GANGS OF NEW YORK in a time-lapse shot of the evolving city. However, not everyone felt this was the way to go. Spike Lee, who had already been in pre-production on the film when the attacks happened, opted to integrate the tragedy into the story, memorably setting the opening credits at Ground Zero, where the clean-up crew can be seen at work. It’s a knockout sequence that, astoundingly, isn’t better known – but it’s only one of the things that makes 25TH HOUR great.

Sadly, audiences didn’t pay much attention to this when it came out, and it became another of Spike Lee’s thoroughly under-appreciated joints, only grossing $13 million domestically. Thanks to the low cost ($5 million) it turned a profit, but seventeen years later it remains a frustratingly hard movie to see (it’s out of print on Blu-ray and never actually got a stand-alone release), a cruel fate for a masterpiece.

WHY IT’S GREAT: Most people associate the name David Benioff with “Game of Thrones” but to be he’ll always be the writer of 25TH HOUR, which was adapted from his novel. A seminal film for me, as a young man I identified strongly with the character Monty Brogan, although it’s funny what the passage of time can do to someone’s interpretation of a movie. When I first saw it, in theaters, I was twenty-one, and I found Norton to be a deeply sympathetic character. My heart bled for him, with him on the verge of a seven-year jail sentence, with no possibility of parole, while he also feels that he’s all but certain to become the prey of jailhouse predators the minute he walks through those doors.

Ah, there’s a director. Astonishing, Spike Lee. A feisty guy, but a guy who’s, I think, incredibly misunderstood. I think people review his politics or his color as opposed to his filmmaking sometimes. Because he’s a wonderful, wonderful filmmaker and a lover of the art. He stands up for things, but he’s also a brilliant storyteller who really understands the whole. The thing about 25th Hour… Films like that will, probably, in the mists of time, achieve what they’re supposed to achieve. 25th Hour, when it came out, people said, “Oh, it’s nothing.” But people keep coming back to certain scenes and saying, “Wow, that’s really interesting, that’s amazing.” – Brian Cox- AV CLUB- Random Roles 

Watching it now, seventeen years later, I don’t find Brogan all that sympathetic. Now, that doesn’t mean my opinion of the film had changed. On the contrary. I think it’s a masterpiece and up there with Spike Lee’s very best. But there were things about it that I didn’t catch then. While I do believe Lee has empathy for Brogan, I think he’s also of the mind that he’s entitled, self-destructive and reckless, all of which made him the ideal person to bring Benioff’s novel to life.

Norton’s performance here is an all-timer, and truth be told, having watched it again I don’t think Norton is especially interested in winning your sympathy. He’s simply trying to invoke the truth of the situation, and lets you make up your own mind about what you’re watching – pretty radical for a film bankrolled by Disney (it’s a shame their adult Touchstone label in no more). Brogan is a bottom-feeder to some extent. While he’s a good man in some ways, with the first scene showing him saving a dog’s life, he also makes money off of other’s misery. Early on you see him reject a junkie, and in a flashback you see him interacting with the man years earlier, where he’s seen wearing a suit. His life has gone into the toilet thanks to Monty’s peddling. The same goes for his deeply questionable relationship with Naturelle (Rosario Dawson in a star-making showcase) who he meets when she’s a high school student playing on the swings of a jungle gym. Even worse, he encourages his friend, Philip Seymour Hoffman’s Jacob, in his disastrous flirtation with one of his students, played by a young Anna Paquin.

Oddly, the most sympathetic character, other than Brian Cox as his working-class hero dad, is Barry Pepper’s high volume trader, Frank. I used to see him as a scumbag, but now I think he’s the only one with his head screwed on straight, warning Jacob about his student (asking him, “who are you, R. Kelly?”) and seeing Monty for what, in many ways, he is. However, he does have the film’s ugliest scene, where he berates Naturelle for what he perceives is her betrayal, with him getting a well-deserved slap for using a racial slur`.

All in all, it adds up to a thought-provoking film, and Lee’s style is incredible, but the gorgeous 35mm photography by Rodrigo Prieto is butchered on the DVD (it’s amazing how far home video technology has come – I wish I had taken the splash and bought the pricey digital HD version). The score by Terence Blanchard is one of his best, coupled with some great song selections by Spike Lee, including Liquid Liquid’s killer track, “Cavern”, which I listened to over and over back in the day. Plus – Spike Lee’s choice to set it in post-9/11 New York is striking, making it a true time capsule of what’s turned out to be one of the most formative events of our generation. Even though it’s not about 9/11 per se, it’s also still, without a doubt, the best movie ever made about the event.

Like Ed Norton’s diatribe to the mirror, the hate speech. And the whole last sequence of the movie—the journey, and my monologue. Where he’s going to go, what’s going to happen. The elegiac nature of it. It’s about a kind of America that’s changing. Which is why Spike plugged it straight into 9/11 in that sequence where they look down into that black hole of Ground Zero. It’s a very, very vibrant film. More than anything else, it’s a very accurate social and emotional document of a real period in time. The disconnection. The wishing to start a new life, with new values. I think it’s an amazing film, actually.- Brian Cox -AV CLUB- Random Roles 

BEST SCENE: Of course, if we’re going to discuss 25TH HOUR, the scene to single out is Monty’s long mirror monologue. In it, he dives into every racist stereotype he can think of in a loathsome attack, only to realize in the end that he has no one to blame for his misery but himself.

PARTING SHOT: If you haven’t seen 25TH HOUR you owe it to yourself to discover one of Spike Lee’s truly underrated masterworks, and while you’re at it, check out SUMMER OF SAM, HE GOT GAME and BAMBOOZLED too. Spike Lee is the man and I truly think this holds up as one of the definitive films of its era, as evocative of the early 2000s as something like MEAN STREETS or TAXI DRIVER was of the seventies.

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Jehry Robinson – Backburner Lyrics

[Intro]
Falling
Falling
It’s falling into place

[Verse 1]
They try to put me on a backburner
Yeah, back in school I was a bad learner
Yeah, ’til they put me in the lab, murdered everything they had
Man I’m way to assertive with all the wording on this pad
They can never deter me, just have me swerving off the path
Never occurred to nobody I was in the bad way
Staring at a gun with a blunt in the ash tray
Put it to my head, swear to God that this my last day
Can’t pray, I feel like God is mad
I just saw my Aunt, had to tell me that my cousin noddin’ out again
How many times we gon’ do this, man? It’s out of hand
I got a better plan, no one try’na listen
Take depression and divide it by persistence
Took my vision and I made a f*cking business
It’s on me since beginning, I was built to go the distance
So insistent on providing my assistance
Bitch I’m different than these motherf*ckers
Then I hit ’em with some uppercuts
Never giving love, I’m just try’na give it back though
Backstage on the bus feeling mad low
Way late, I can’t even pay the landlord
Whole life ain’t shit, I been mad poor
Lately I been round the world, every airport
f*ck a sad story, I’ma skip the bad parts
2020 in the vision, we gon’ blast off

[Chorus]
Who am I?
I live with my head under a gun
Keep my head down and try to hustle
Get scared but I never run
f*ck the suicide
Said you gon’ have to kill me when I’m done
And if Jesus come down to save us you’ll understand what we’ve won
(Go, go, go, go!)
Who am I?
I live with my head under a gun
Keep my head down and try to hustle
Get scared but I never run
f*ck the suicide
I’m falling
I’m falling into place

[Verse 2]
See the older I grow they get more on my dick
Holding that shit like I’m taking a piss
It’s moments like this that make us who we is
Try’na make a better life for our kids
Forgive me for flashing this thing on my wrist
It feels so good when you came up with shit
My mother and father thought I was a dick
Cause I had no car and no place I could live
But now I been chilling just repping my team
My efforts allowed me a second to breath
You don’t know my story, you don’t know my life
You don’t know what it’s like to go to the bank
And not have a dollar for all of these hours
So now that I got ’em I’m calling them out
And I’m letting them know that we’re here
Excuse me sir, you’re in my chair
I’m head of the table, butter my bagel
Cinnamon Raisin and I drink Hazel-

Nut coffee, don’t f*ck up my order or
You’re fired, you’re fired
Said riding around, they know me in the hood
Cause I know I’ve done everything I could
That’s why my whole team, we all eating good
I am the focus of what we all could
Become if we unite together as one
Don’t think that my work will ever be done
Someone will have to come sever my tongue
Cause every morning I’m up with the sun
Been sharpening blades, I been loading my gun
Waiting for someone to say something dumb

[Chorus]
Who am I?
I live with my head under a gun
Keep my head down and try to hustle
Get scared but I never run
f*ck the suicide
Said you gon’ have to kill me when I’m done
And if Jesus come down to save us you’ll understand what we’ve done
(Go, go, go, go!)
Who am I?
I live with my head under a gun
Keep my head down and try to hustle
Get scared but I never run
f*ck the suicide
I’m falling
I’m falling into place

[Verse 3]
Wait hold up, stop the show
I’m not high, but I’m not so low
I’m not defined by the things I know
It’s just too close, man, I can’t let go
Yeah, drift away with me now
Sit back with an eighth of some loud
Wish I could be who I say to the crowd
I’m a superhero now, I need a cape and a crown
I’m an ape, made a sound in the middle of New York
Took around the nation, got a little bit of love
No filter, yeah, I’m bitter with the plug
Too busy judging to consider what it was
Steady hating like they did it out of love
Trav came and pulled a motherf*cker out the mud
I had a little bit of fight left, a little bit of buzz
Just a little bit of life left, whole lot of blood
Now I’m boutta make a milli off t-shirts
Was up late doing my research
Had to swan dive in this bitch feet first
No high fives, running until my feet hurt
I tell you one thing, we ain’t getting weaker
Whole team taken care of over features
I ain’t gotta break the bank just so I can eat bro
Little bit of weed and my mama living decent
(Peace fam)

[Chorus]
Who am I?
I live with my head under a gun
Keep my head down and try to hustle
Get scared but I never run
f*ck the suicide
Said you gon’ have to kill me when I’m done
And if Jesus come down to save us you’ll understand what we’ve done
(Go, go, go, go!)
Who am I?
I live with my head under a gun
Keep my head down and try to hustle
Get scared but I never run
f*ck the suicide
I’m falling
I’m falling into place

Netflix slots new stand-up specials from Patton Oswalt and Jerry Seinfeld

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Netflix slots new stand-up specials from Patton Oswalt and Jerry Seinfeld
April 10, 2020 by: Steve Seigh

I know a lot of people who could really use a good laugh right about now, and so it is my pleasure to report that both Patton Oswalt and Jerry Seinfeld are headed to Netflix for the launch of their new stand-up comedy specials.

Seinfeld's special, titled 23 Hours To Kill, will debut exclusively on the streamer on May 5. Shot at New York’s legendary Beacon Theater, the title refers to the time a comedian has to kill in a day before the hour they are set to take the stage. The comedy event marks Seinfeld's second stand-up special for Netflix, following the debut of 2017's Jerry Before Seinfeld.

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As for Oswalt, the M.O.D.O.K. voice actor and BROOKLYN NINE-NINE guest star will debut his new special I Love Everything on Netflix come May 19. According to the special's description, Oswalt's latest routine will find him embracing his 50s, riffing on the trials and tribulations of purchasing a new home , and how attending his daughter's 2nd grade art show cost him the opportunity to take a tour of the Millennium Falcon. In addition to I Love Everything, Oswalt will also host a one-hour special focusing on veteran comedian Bob Rubin titled Bob Rubin: Oddities & Rarities.

Will you be tuning in for either special? Who do you think would win in a fight? Oswalt or Seinfeld? My money's on Oswalt, because while I'm certain that Seinfeld is a slippery sort, Oswalt looks like he'd come out biting if you were to back him into a corner. Place your bets in the comments section below. Just for fun, of course.

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Josh Turner – Hometown Girl lyrics

She grew up around here on that southwest side
Where the corn grows up to the road side
Went to high school here, got that Panther pride
She’ll be cheering them on every Friday night

She couldn’t hide her beauty with a baseball cap
Couldn’t help but shine with a heart like that
New York called when she turned 21
But she never forgot where she came from

I need a pretty little homegrown hometown girl
With a ribbon tying back those waterfall curls
I’ve been looking all over, all over the world
For a pretty little homegrown hometown girl

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Her mamma’s mamma was born right here
And her roots run deeper than that old town square
She’s a good girl but she’s not uptight
She can rise and shine and she can hang all night

I need a pretty little homegrown hometown girl
With a ribbon tying back those waterfall curls
I’ve been looking all over, all over the world
For a pretty little homegrown hometown girl

She’s got an old soul, she’s the salt of the earth
When she gives her love she knows what it’s worth
There’s a lot of pretty girls out there to me
But there’s nothing like the one right across the street

I need a pretty little homegrown hometown girl
With a ribbon tying back those waterfall curls
I’ve been looking all over, all over the world
For a pretty little homegrown hometown girl

I need a pretty little homegrown hometown girl

Cold War Kids – La River (La Divine Album)

On the LA river
On the LA river
I know it’s familiar
But tell me why you wanna stay in New York
Why you wanna stay in New York
But you don’t know anyone
And you can’t find the right chord
On the LA river
On the LA river
Come on, come on, come on
On the LA river

Harry Styles – Ever Since New York (On SNL) (Live)

[Verse 1]
Tell me something, tell me something
You don’t know nothing, just pretend you do
I need something, so tell me something new
Choose your words ’cause there’s no antidote
For this curse or what’s it waiting for
Must desert you just before you go

[Chorus]
Oh, tell me something I don’t already know
Oh, tell me something I don’t already know

[Verse 2]
Brooklyn saw me, empty avenues
There’s no water inside this swimming pool
Almost over, that’s enough from you
I’ve been praying, I never did before
Understand I’m talking to the walls
And I’ve been praying ever since New York

[Chorus]
Oh, tell me something I don’t already know
Oh, tell me something I don’t already know
Oh, tell me something I don’t already know
Oh, tell me something I don’t already know

Kim Wilde – Kids In America

Looking out a dirty old window
Down below the cars in the city go rushing by
I sit here alone and I wonder why
Friday night and everyone’s moving
I can feel the heat but it’s soothing, heading down
I search for the beat in this dirty town (downtown)
The young ones are going
(Downtown) the young ones are growing
We’re the kids in America (whoa)
We’re the kids in America (whoa)
Everybody live for the music-go-round
Bright lights, the music gets faster
Look, boy, don’t check on your watch, not another glance
I’m not leaving now, honey, not a chance
Hot-shot, give me no problems
Much later, baby, you’ll be saying nevermind
You know life is cruel, life is never kind (kind hearts)
Don’t make a new story
(Kind hearts) don’t grab any glory
We’re the kids in America (whoa)
We’re the kids in America (whoa)
Everybody live for the music-go-round
La la la la-la la-a
La la la la-la la, sing!
La la la la-la la-a
La la la la-la la
Come closer, honey, that’s better
Got to get a brand-new experience, feeling right
Oh, don’t try to stop, baby, hold me tight
Outside a new day is dawning
Outside suburbia’s sprawling everywhere
I don’t want to go, baby
New York to east California
There’s a new wave coming, I warn ya
We’re the kids in America (whoa)
We’re the kids in America (whoa)
Everybody lives for the music-go-round
La la la la-la la-a
La la la la-la la, sing!
La la la la-la la-a
La la la la-la la
We’re the kids
We’re the kids
We’re the kids in America
We’re the kids
We’re the kids
We’re the kids in America
We’re the kids
We’re the kids
We’re the kids in America

HARRY STYLES – Ever Since New York lyrics

Tell me something, tell me something
You don’t know nothing, just pretend you do
I need something, so tell me something new
Choose your words ’cause there’s no antidote
For this curse or what’s in waiting for
Must desert you just before you go

Oh, tell me something I don’t already know…
Oh, tell me something I don’t already know…

Brooklyn saw me, empty avenues
There’s no water inside this swimming pool
Almost over, that’s enough from you
I’ve been praying, I never did before
Understand I’m talking to the walls
And I’ve been praying ever since New York

Oh, tell me something I don’t already know
Oh, tell me something I don’t already know
Oh, tell me something I don’t already know
Oh, tell me something I don’t already know

Homeboy Sandman – Bamboo

[Intro]
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, aight?
Yo, this is going out to my main man Aja yo the translator, yo
Yo, I’m recording this in Tokyo with an engineer that don’t speak english y’know what I’m saying?
And gotta catch a train that shuts down in ten minutes, y’know what I’m saying?
We gonna get it right though

[Verse 1]
Sand is making art again, pardon him
He’ll relieve himself on any lawn that needs watering
That’s how come the DJs give him ads ad nauseum
Cause it that gardening
He’ll get it popping in the UK Parliament
He’ll get it popping like the kumite tournament
He’ll get it popping like all the guys in Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut
He’ll leave you hanging like a holiday ornament (holy shit)
Name all in your mouth like it was Poligrip
Now the kid is sicker than his azazel with a nasal drip and ain’t a bit
Nervous at your service motherfuckers, free the slaves to save the union, move some units keep it moving like a trucker
Out in Brooklyn I’ll be looking at the clouds, New York’s dead
Out in Brooklyn I’ll be looking at the clowns, there be crowds of them homie there be droves of them, loads of them
But you know something? Yo, I don’t even mind I just put it in a rhyme ’cause they rhyme
Predecessor to the iPhone
Was a eye for a eye
All the glory be to God so I god glorify
The cornea of the storm and end a story going hahaha
No L-O-L, lift you like a kettlebell, word to mother chocolate covered caramel
I will tell the devil he can go to hell before I take an L
Go for dolo, take a photo and I can flow like Quasimoto
Ring the bell that’s why I hold it the belt
Bald and bearded kind of build
Quick to lace a doubter with a cow to milk
Plus I got a goddess i protect from getting hurt or getting killed, not only that but if I was Scottish I would probably rock a kilt
Most slept on, but i’ll fluff your pillow for a half a mil’
I might just pick a weeping willow or a daffodil
But wait i need to take a pill to chill
And I never say lit or swag or trill
Not the type to drop a body in a landfill
More the type you might find partying to Johnny Gill
When I was two months old my uncle taught me how to grill
Then nicknamed me ‘The Carpenter’ ’cause I knew how to build
First so was the Legos then it was with Play-Doh
People said that’s dangerous in the cradle, really what do they know?
The boner made of caramel part sweet potato
Owner of the parallel parked winnebago

In my coupe – Rich the Kid feat. Famous Dex lyrics

Lyrics Rich the Kid – In my coupe

I just pulled up in my coupe
I might just f*ck on your boo
Look at my hunnids they blue, ooh
I f*cked your b*tch after school
Dive in the b*tch like a pool
Look at my chains not too cool
Now she say she fallin’ in love
She fell in love with the drugs
I just might make her my boo
She fell in love with the jewels
You had the juice but you lost it
My diamonds wet like a faucet
Your b*tch she callin’ my iPhone
Diamonds yellow like the Flintstones
They doing sh*t that we been on
I’m in New York like I’m Jim Jones.

Bad b*tch, I’ma bust on her titties
Good lean gotta f*ck up my kidneys
More money gotta flex on these b*tches
f*ck her in the Rari, switching positions
I was broke, I had to get it
I was trappin’ out the kitchen
Selling dope I do the dishes
Trappin’ yeah right on the stove, may God be my witness
He say he get money but I need a witness
Boy yo’ money shorter than midgets
Ice on me got my frigid
Toke nice niggas know you missin’
Magazine model sucking me sloppy
Rich Forever Way they wanna copy
Play with me, they’ll be finding your body
Wake up, I’ma buy a Bugatti.

I just pulled up in my coupe
I might just f*ck on your boo
Look at my hunnids they blue, ooh
I f*cked your b*tch after school
Dive in the b*tch like a pool
Look at my chains not too cool
Now she say she fallin’ in love
She fell in love with the drugs
I just might make her my boo
She fell in love with the jewels
You had the juice but you lost it
My diamonds wet like a faucet
Your b*tch she callin’ my iPhone
Diamonds yellow like the Flintstones
They doing sh*t that we been on
I’m in New York like I’m Jim Jones.

I got that money on me
I got these diamonds on me
Rich Forever be my team
Don’t trap where you stay, man they call the police
Come correct when you talking to me
Niggas sleeping but that money don’t stop
I’ma stack it and go get me a watch
Bad b*tch suck me up on a yacht
I’m in New York like I’m 50
f*ck her so good that she miss me
I was hustlin’, counting pennies
Now my money to the ceiling
Wait, I get the Lamb and they rent it
I ain’t been broke in a minute
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I remember pockets empty
I get the guap, yeah I got the digits.

Jay what up bro
Rich what up bro
Rich Forever 3 on the way know what im sayin’
Just do all types of sh*t
Ooh, wait, yeah, oohhh.

I just pulled up in my coupe
I might just f*ck on your boo
Look at my hunnids they blue, ooh
I f*cked your b*tch after school
Dive in the b*tch like a pool
Look at my chains not too cool
Now she say she fallin’ in love
She fell in love with the drugs
I just might make her my boo
She fell in love with the jewels
You had the juice but you lost it
My diamonds wet like a faucet
Your b*tch she callin’ my iPhone
Diamonds yellow like the Flintstones
They doing sh*t that we been on
I’m in New York like I’m Jim Jonesss.
Rich the Kid lyrics
Video coupe

Joey Bada$$ – Super Predator (feat. Styles P) (All-Amerikkkan Bada$$ Album)

[Intro: Joey Bada$$]
Yeah, just ride with a nigga
America’s number one, you can bet on ya life!
Statik Selektah
Ride with a nigga like
America’s number one, you can bet on ya life!

[Verse 1: Joey Bada$$]
Call me the general, pushing that new agenda through
For my millennials, troubled youth and the felons too
Tryna be perennial, but chance of livin’ is minimal
She critical, exactly what made my niggas criminals
Typical AmeriKKKa, damn sure ain’t no miracle
Word to Steezy, I’ma keep this shit lyrical
‘Til I fall out my physical, all my verses is biblical, uh
Flowin’ religiously, my delivery spiritual, uh
Feelin’ invincible, this here is nothin’ new
This is just principle, take notes, if I were you
They say I’m a clumsy king, how I be droppin’ jewels
But see, the funny thing is I got lots to lose
Never no fucks to give, only one life to live
So I exchange my negative for a positive and it’s all
Good Lord, the pen is way mighty than the sword
Who want war? I told you before

[Pre-Chorus: Joey Bada$$]
How I kicked in the door
With the rugged raw, back just to reinstall
What you niggas thought it was?
Yes, I’m a veteran, you just a comer up
I can teach you a lesson
How to get your hunger up
Homie ya
How I kicked in the door
With the rugged raw back just to reinstall
What you niggas thought it was?
Yes, I’m a veteran, you just a come up
About to teach you a lesson
How to get your fuckin’ hunger up, nigga

[Chorus: Joey Bada$$]
Badmon, we ah run tings, yeah
Never let the tings run we, uh
All di gyal dem a come pree
But mi tell them that the buddy never come free
Badmon, we ah run tings, yeah
Never let the tings run we, uh
All di gyal dem a come pree
But mi tell them that the buddy never come free

[Verse 2: Styles P]
Super predator, filthy AmeriKKKa
Burn the newspapers and the editors
My dead presidents ain’t dead enough
Blew a zip to the head, still ain’t red enough
Pray to Jesus, hope he got you
No I’m not a chicken, I never listen to FOX News
Niggas built the country but never givin’ they props due
Payin’ for my people, I’m still payin’ for my pops dues
I’m royalty, my momma said it
I’m gold hearted, I’m scum headed
Lost soul in a promised land of promises
Gotta mask on, but no, I’m not anonymous
Built on my lonely, no accomplices
Light a L up for my accomplishments
I’m a real nigga, it’s not a lot of ’em
If they were, then the cops probably shot at ’em

[Chorus: Joey Bada$$]
Badmon, we ah run tings, yeah
Never let the tings run we, uh
All di gyal dem a come pree
But mi tell them that the buddy never come free
Badmon, we ah run tings, yeah
Never let the tings run we, uh
All di gyal dem a come pree
But mi tell them that the buddy never come free

[Verse 3: Joey Bada$$]
Yeah, I stomp the grounds in my Timberlands
Ain’t nothin’ colder than New York when that December in
The coldest shoulders, from average Joes and the simple mans
I pack the heat ’cause I’m known around to be simmerin’
That mean I’m finna hit the boilin’ point like real soon
Man, I’ve been heatin’ up, my self esteem been on the moon
The flow is hotter than volcanic craters near the equator
Any debaters is simply haters, they know that I’m greater
I be countin’ my paper, forever fuck all the majors
Did it all on my own, don’t owe nobody no favors
It’s clear, I’m heir to the throne, I’ve been the best in my zone
Internationally known, forever Brooklyn’s own
I mean, come on, but here’s for the Presidents, the Congressmen, the Senators
Who got us all slavin’ while they reapin’ all the benefits
Got the world thinkin’ that it’s true ’bout what they said of us
AmeriKKKa’s worst nightmare, the super predator

The Underachievers – Final Destination

[Verse 1: AK The Savior]
Vision like Tarantino, Tarot card said I’m a leader
On terrace blowing reefer, this shit might just blow your speaker
Sit back recline my feet up, bitch so bad she get a D+
Don’t let them lies deceive ya, ain’t no preacher go’n free ya
No limit young miller walked the Earth like Godzilla
Frequent deposit gain and profit like some God niggas
We be the topic open eyes and see the lord’s picture
Don’t need facade we going hard don’t let the law with us
Go go till I’m finished yeah my eyes like Forrest Whitaker
Except you lookin’ sinister, she bless me like the minister
Stomach for my dinner plus why y’all fools lookin’ thin as fuck
‘Chout for my agenda breh
No seconds I’m a winner, yeah

[Hook: Issa Gold]
Nigga grip, apply the pressure load the clip with sixty rounds
Niggas pull it on the set but yeah I bet they see me now
Niggas flip up off the shit but bet that shit come back around
Spent a check upon the set I think we blew like fifty pounds
Put the bag out, I can’t do the cash out
Never was a trick in Spanish, shit for me to smash out
Smokin’ ’till she pass out
She sippin’ to the last drop
Pimpin’, see me walkin’ with a limp
Yeah I’m the man now

[Verse 2: Issa Gold]
Herbal essence xanny sippin’ copped a pound of smoke don’t flip it
Nickname Iron Man the legend in the game like Carl Ripkin nigga
Twitter finger dissin’ kidnap him, we get him missin’
Resurrect the Junior M.A.F.I.A. the new age on commission
Know these chicks in the snow they like to sniff that powder
I’m finessin’ up off the green you know I love the sour
My niggas call me for the flex I showed up in a hour
You know we gettin’ to the checks that paper came with power
Kickin’ bitches out like Pam nigga, I ain’t call a cab
New York gritty in my veins don’t get ya lil’ homie smacked
Blow the reefer by the pound
Propeller flying off the gram, circus niggas fuck with clown my team the lion tamers style
Thoughts is worth a million, I know pennies out my mouth yeah yeah
I twist my wrist I’m whippin’ nigga never drought, yeah yeah
That beemer dippin’, reefer kickin fuckin’ loud yeah yeah
And all my kings is on a mission for the crown you hear me now

[Hook: Issa Gold]
Nigga grip, apply the pressure load the clip with sixty rounds
Niggas front it on the set but yeah I bet they see me now
Niggas flip up off the shit but bet that shit come back around
Spent a check upon the set I think we blew like fifty pounds
Put the bag out, I can’t do the cash out
Never was a trick in Spanish, shit for me to smash out
Smokin’ ’till she pass out
She sippin’ to the last drop
Pimpin,’ see me walkin’ with a limp
Yeah I’m the man now

[Verse 3: AK The Savior]
Yeah nigga I’m the man now
Trippin’ thats a man down
Trippin’ in this bathhouse
She quick to pull her pants down
Gotta keep my distance cause these girls think I’m they man now
Circle don’t get bigger
No new niggas on my campground
Yeah nigga I’m the man now
Trippin’ thats a man down
Trippin’ in this bathhouse
She quick to pull her pants down
Gotta keep my distance cause these girls think I’m they man now
Circle don’t get bigger
No new niggas on my campground

[Hook: Issa Gold]
Nigga grip, apply the pressure load the clip with sixty rounds
Niggas pull it on the set but yeah I bet they see me now
Niggas flip up off the shit but bet that shit come back around
Spent a check upon the set I think we blew like fifty pounds
Put the bag out, I can’t do the cash out
Never was a trick in Spanish, shit for me to smash out
Smokin’ ’till she pass out
She sippin’ to the last drop
Pimpin’, see me walkin’ with a limp
Yeah I’m the man now