Rule 6 is being changed to reflect the new streaming culture:
Until a movie becomes available for purchase on multiple storefronts, digitally or physically, it will not be allowed on r/moviedetails. *Unless it's confirmed to never be released on any other platforms (such as Netflix exclusives).
Not everyone has the ability or inclination to see a movie on release day, or pay a full subscription to one streaming service just to watch it.
At the moment, HBOMax and Disney+ have a 30 day exclusive release window, while Peacock has a 60 day exclusive release window.
If you have any thoughts on this change, please let us know!
❓ Trivia In Encanto (2021), the multicoloured water was inspired by a real place in Colombia...the Caño Cristales river. The river is commonly called the "River of Five Colors" or the "Liquid Rainbow," and is noted for its striking colors.
🥚 Easter Egg In Shaun of the Dead (2004), when Shaun tells staff in the store that Ash is under the weather, so he's taking charge, it's a nod to Bruce Campbell's character Ash Williams (Evil Dead franchise).
🤵 Actor Choice In Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010), as Sex Bob-Omb sit at the bar after their performance at Lee’s Palace, the man talking to the woman in the foreground is played by Bryan Lee O’Malley, creator of the Scott Pilgrim comic series from which the film was adapted.
👨🚀 Prop/Costume In Encanto (2021), during the "We Don't Talk About Bruno" musical number, the umbrellas form the colours of the Colombian flag. The yellow umbrellas are even a different shape to the others, to reflect that the yellow stripe on the flag is wider.
⏱️ Continuity In Child's Play (1988), Chucky's features become progressively more rugged and human-like as the movie progresses. This symbolizes how Charles Lee Ray, the murderer trapped inside the doll, has increasingly little time to get out of this body.
🥚 Easter Egg In Pacific Rim (2013) there are two streets named "Fong" and "Tull", named after Thomas Tull (president of Legendary Pictures) and Henry Fong (one of the movie's concept artists) respectively
👥 Foreshadowing In The Boss Baby (2017) the metal detectors light in the airport changes from red to green, and has the same sound effect that plays when a baby is picked to be with a family. Showing him slowing starting to come around from business, to being loved and part of a familygallery
👨🚀 Prop/Costume Get out (2017) constantly uses visual information to progress the story and create tension. One such instance is how in the party scene, Chris' feeling of isolation is heightened with him dressed in blue and everyone else having at least one red component in their clothes.imgur.com
👥 Foreshadowing In Death At A Funeral (2007), the dead father's favorite Bible verse is from 1 Samuel 18 which contains not-so-subtle homoerotic imagery of men "loving" each other and "disrobing." Explained in comments.