New Rule: The Debbies | Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO)

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  • Mr Canarsie 2 years ago

    Liberals are no fun

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  • CJusticeHappen21 2 years ago

    I haven’t seen any new movies this year. Most recent film I watched was The Godfather on Netflix.
    Really good film, not that you needed my opinion on that.

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  • Jason Machiela 2 years ago

    I just couldn’t get on board with all of the whining about this.
    And nomadland is a great film.
    He seemed personally offended by it.

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  • Allen Carr 2 years ago

    Trial of the chicago 7 was pretty good actually.

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  • Will Higgins 2 years ago

    “It’s Godzilla vs. Kong, not Godzilla vs. Kong, and his crippling battle with depression.”
    I don’t know Bill, Kong initial arc is about feeling trapped, and then trying to find his home, and his only friend is this little deft girl, seems kinda depressing?

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  • Sylvia Oesterwinter 2 years ago

    I love you so much Bill and agree with you more than any of the late night commentators. But holy Jeezus please lose the worst hairpiece I’ve seen since the 70s under Tom Seleck’s nose. There is no freaking way not to question your sanity (and mine) under that hair piece.

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  • crookim 2 years ago

    Bill is going OG on these Hollywood snowflakes, stop ruining movies!

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  • N/A 2 years ago

    The Oscars use to celebrate important movies and popular movies. The Shape of Water is the last best picture I remember everyday people liked

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  • LonePigsyAndCub 2 years ago

    Promising Woman was okay, but how the hell did it make it to a best picture nomination?

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  • Edward De Jong 2 years ago

    What a fantastic monologue. One of his very best written ones. And so true, this year was horrendous for films, Incredibly depressing. Where is “Our Man Godfrey” for 2021? That was a depression era film that was fun and moving.

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  • Dino Carosi 2 years ago

    Bill is hitting bullseyes lately just when we need him.

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  • Akomo Combine 2 years ago

    LOL!

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  • Keryl Cryer 2 years ago

    I’ll admit that I’m a complete Oscar nerd. I’ve seen more than 70 of the Best Picture winners and 308 of all the nominees. (I learned that on a recent Buzzfeed quiz.)

    This was one of the funniest things I’ve seen in years! Bill Maher can do this on nearly any topic extremely well, and this was no exception.

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  • Sil Via 2 years ago

    I wonder if the woke liberals actually know he’s going after them half the time.

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  • Xelbiuj 2 years ago

    Given the criteria they added for nomination (anything other than being a good movie) yeah the oscars can fuck off for eternity. This is the 2nd New Rules Bill did on them recently-ish.

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  • Happy 2 years ago

    Macabre is the new COVID-19 normal.

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  • b travis 2 years ago

    Hollywood’s not getting my dollars. My rule – if the critics like it, run, run fast, run far, far away.

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  • flyingmobias 2 years ago

    Really stupid. Movies, especially well made ones depicting people getting through adversity, are very engaging and entertaining. Milking alleged virtue signaling and fake victimhood is lame

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  • RŮDE 2 years ago

    Honestly so true. We need some new comedies as well!

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  • Insignificant360 2 years ago

    Because it’s almost an unspoken requirement by the Academy Awards that any movie has to be a sappy if not depressing “serious” drama to be in contention for an Oscar nowadays.

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  • ricaard 2 years ago

    Gee, curmudgeon much!?

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  • Rodney Dickerson 2 years ago

    Bill Maher just Greg gutfeld Greg Gutfeld ..but better ijs

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  • Bradley Garrod 2 years ago

    He mentioned the conflict in Syria; without any context, but he mentioned it.

    Ok Bill.

    Today, you’re a hero.

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  • Jake Fay 2 years ago

    Bill has also done a New Rule bemoaning superhero escapism culture so he’s really trying to have it both ways here…

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  • Dave E. 2 years ago

    Yes Bill Coming 2 America was a depressing movie. They have made depressing movies since day one so stop saying that every movie they make is a downer because it’s nonsense. If you want to raise awareness about some depressing things that are happening all around the world than a movie is a good way to do that. Sorry if that isn’t entertaining enough for you. Maybe you can watch one of the movies you were in on VHS.

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  • Biraj Guha 2 years ago

    Best Maher show in a year!

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  • Bill Fisher 2 years ago

    the biggest downer is Bill giving away all the spoilers. f–k you Bill.

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  • Skibi 2 years ago

    They should have cancelled the Oscars anyway because there was like nothing to nominate.

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  • J Ewert 2 years ago

    Movies are so political these days… they forgot that we watch movies to escape politics, everyday struggle, our daily routine. Gives us 90 minutes of joy. I live politics every hour, why would I want to watch another 90 minutes of it.

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  • Christophe Barge 2 years ago

    Every comment is a quote from the segment….?

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  • Rich McCormick 2 years ago

    In college, I told a class called Multicultural Studies and I remember a story about an old eastern European woman, a newly ex-pat American couple, and a broken elevator in a five-story apartment complex. In the story, as the old woman passed the American couple on the stairs the conversations about the broken elevator would always be brought up. The American couple wanted to have a confrontation with the landlord to fix it now, but the woman just wanted to acknowledge that there was an obstacle now and maybe one day it would be fixed. The woman did not want to comfort the landlord feeling that she would seem critical of the landlord’s job performance. Right now as we are in the (to me stupid word) “woked” culture (for dumbing down a moment to a single word/phrase does no justice and allows opponents to attack freely) the movie industries will reflect the movement. So, the question I need to ask the people, like Bill Maher, are you complaining because they want escapism movies back now, or are they just mention the 2021 movie genre has a noticeable similar theme? Because if it is the former then Bill Maher you could lead an effort to produce escapism movies again. When an individual has the potential/connections but refuses to be kinetic and act on their commentary then they serve zero means but to always be upset by something. IMO: escapism cinema should be a reward when humanity finally confronts its willingness to good down a path of extinction.

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  • Malik Samari jones 2 years ago

    “Academy nominations used to say, look what great movies we make. Now they say, look what good people we are.”

    Maher, slicing up hollywood lameness with a fine katana.

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  • Malik Samari jones 2 years ago

    “Nowadays movies are no longer about entertainment. They’re about suffering -specifically, YOURS.”

    I wonder if we could get Bill and his writing team to devote some spare time to writing better movies 🤷🏿‍♂️🤔

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  • Cyril Mrázek 2 years ago

    Chicago 7 is good and not so sad movie but BOOMER Bill: “It’s woke propaganda!!!! Well go watch Avengers X, Transformers or netflix. Cos all great films like Citizen Kane, Schindlers list, Chinatown are not sad and not aware of social issues… 😉

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  • Malik Samari jones 2 years ago

    “it’s such an odd psychological quirk that liberals have to always want to be sad.. could it be because, being sad allows you to feel like you’re actually doing something without actually having to do ANYTHING?”

    – shots fired…at dumb liberals.

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  • Father Gabriel Stokes 2 years ago

    Liberals are ruining America!! 🇺🇸

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  • Chad Wallace 2 years ago

    What no Lion?

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  • honuman39 2 years ago

    I thought Manc was great. Really old school filmmaking except the actors aren’t 1940’s stiff, the dialogue is sharp and character driven. Sure it’s slow and requires multiple views to get it all but it just shows you how lean our attention spans are. Promising Young Woman was great also. Didn’t see the others. I get Bill’s sentiment but there’s always been movies like this and most of the time they sucked. Anyone remember Crash?

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  • BuddhatheBlackDog 2 years ago

    no interest in 2021 movies or Oscars. equality seems to be more important than quality..

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  • Dark Eagle777777 2 years ago

    I was on a boat on a huge lake and had to shit really bad, so I dropped anchor, hiked into the woods, and shit. I buried it, wiped my ass with leaves, and sailed on. Who cares?

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  • Fred Kraus 2 years ago

    I used to love going to the movies a long time ago. But now I haven’t seen a movie in years. I’m tired of giving money to people who’s soul purpose is to make me feel like shit. And also, please just stop it with the super-hero bullshit for a while. Some of us would actually like to watch something else for a change.

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  • Nemir 2 years ago

    *Nomadland* – main character finds joy and freedom in her nomad life and wouldn’t replace it for anything.
    *Promising young woman* – Tarantinoesque fun film with a bitter-sweet (and dare i say hilarious) ending
    *Judas and the Black messiah* – The departed literally (and imho better)
    *Trial of the Chicago 7* – it’s fucking Aaron Sorkin courtroom drama, if you liked “to kill a mockingbird” and “12 angry man” – this is basically it.
    *The Father* – an original and creative way of depicting alzheimer’s through the perspective of man suffering from alzheimer’s, very tough to call it depressing and sad when it’s portrayed by Anthony Hopkins who gives such a powerful and engaging performance.
    *Minari* – the grandma survives (her performance is the fucking light of the movie, that is pretty light as it is) and her buring down the barn saves her daughters marriage and the family – cathartic and happy ending.

    So fuck off Bill, your writers room needs to watch the movies before they pull criticism out of their ass.

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  • Steven Smith 2 years ago

    Bill is a classic Democrat. Hes the only democrat I respect

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  • PlainsPup 2 years ago

    Yep, can’t watch movies anymore.

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  • Javanna Barnes 2 years ago

    Yall.are hard to please. Seems like he’s mad bc the movies aren’t as light. In subject or cast and the issues most of them address makes white people uncomfortable. How can it be entertaining if I’m the guilty one?

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  • mouse2379 2 years ago

    I miss comedies. Not crappy Romcoms. Just straight-up comedies like we had in the 80s and 90s.

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  • SotWoodz 2 years ago

    Was quite interested to watch Promising Young Woman, but the big spoiler Bill just told put me off a little

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  • Maria Colls 2 years ago

    Wow. A couple of those comments cut fairly deep. I get it though but its purely bad luck.

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  • Javanna Barnes 2 years ago

    I never saw him complaining so harshly about the Oscars when they honored mostly pointless White movies. Like pretty much every Oscar’s before

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  • Scott -O 2 years ago

    First year I haven’t seen any of the movies up for best picture

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  • Barbara Wilson 2 years ago

    Soul was a great film. It should have gotten a best pic nom.

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  • Rorie Wust 2 years ago

    bill wasn’t long ago you were complaining about comic book movies? they still suck but escapism? they have that.

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  • Cheryl Walters 2 years ago

    Shout out to a Dratch!

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  • cinedux 2 years ago

    I like Arnold….saying ‘arl be back’

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  • Becky Van-Orden 2 years ago

    Er, spoilers!

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  • K B 2 years ago

    Many of these movies were probably green lit long before the pandemic.

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  • DJ Whitesox 2 years ago

    How the hell am I starting to agree with Bill Maher.

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  • Melesniannon 2 years ago

    What’s he whining about, the Trial of the Chicago Seven was HILARIOUS. Sasha Baron Cohen’s character killed it. And by “it”, I don’t mean “the leader of the Black Panthers”.

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  • john lyon 2 years ago

    It has been said that the Oscars (Debbies?) are a reflection of the national zeitgeist… Gee, after Trump, ya think??!

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  • Roger hagger 2 years ago

    . could it be that being sad is whats happening to the WHOLE world ! It seems Bill, even you are running out of things to moan about . .

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  • Thinking Out Loud 2 years ago

    Thank you! I wanted so bad to escape 2020 even for an hour with new entertainment and most of it just depressed me and everyone more. Like damn give us all a break!!

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  • Scott Wiley 2 years ago

    Great piece. Amusing points

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  • Austin,Texas: No Line Dancing Here 2 years ago

    I’m just waiting for Dune.

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  • Jim Barr Official 2 years ago

    Haven’t watched a Hollywood movie made in the last decade. Haven’t watched the Oscars since about 2000 either. No interest. This whole generation is insufferable. God help us.

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  • pm2020 _ 2 years ago

    He’s correct. I’m a super liberal film buff myself but, wow, what a lame collection of nominees this year. And not particularly amazing films either (although Sound of Metal was amazing). Would it kill the academy to nominate a comedy or an action movie? Occasionally those genres do produce “good films.” 🍿

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  • The Floridian Brickfilmer 2 years ago

    Mhm, it’s… amazing how depressing modern art has gotten. Like, I suspect half the reason GvK got so many tickets sold was… well, it’s about a giant ape fighting a giant lizard. How much more do you need?

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  • Dale Rardon 2 years ago

    Anyone who calls themselves “woke” is ignorant.

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  • Isaac Leillhikar 2 years ago

    “you know the part of the show when you got up and went to the bathroom”

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  • Daniel Catallo 2 years ago

    I find it hilarious that Promising Young Woman is getting the acclaim. It’s a rip-off of Jett, Cinemax decided that show was too racy to renew.

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  • Kyrie 2 years ago

    Most of the audience members that are cheering are part of the crowd that he is criticizing.

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  • Dominik Müller 2 years ago

    There’s also international movies…you could try those 🙂

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  • Arnab Haldar 2 years ago

    …and the Oscar goes to: every nominee. Ranking is racist. Remember.🤣

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  • dominion arts 2 years ago

    SPOILER ALERT !!!!!!! 🚨

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  • Cy Cooper 2 years ago

    Could it be that America has a history of escapism and that’s why we have so many “troubles”?

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  • papersplease 2 years ago

    Marxist demoralisation.

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  • justleaveit 2 years ago

    These are probably pretty good movies, but it really doesn’t matter. The same month they put out their list showing how righteous they are, Scott Rudin gets called out for being a monster. One of their most famous and successful producers. Seen at the Academy Awards many times, is absolute abusive shit, oh and everyone knew it for decades. Hyper spastic hypocritical flailings from a community that thrives on power and power dynamics. Hollywood is so crippled with dissonance they have become absurd.

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  • Gondabum 2 years ago

    Bill just took the words right outta my mouth

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  • ronnyber 2 years ago

    Did Bill just realize this now? Films have been dark and depressing now for years.

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  • coldhopkins8million 2 years ago

    As Dido once said in her song See You When You’re 40: “Not sad because you lost me, but sad because you though it was cool to be sad”

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  • djf750 2 years ago

    The audience screws up his monologues

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  • horst pantel 2 years ago

    Not so funny this time and a bit arrogant with the audience

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  • Dudepool 2 years ago

    Can we get rid of the audience? After seeing Bill monologue solo, they’re really just getting in his way. Keep the panel, but the audience is just a bunch of interrupting crap that is annoying now that I know what he’s like without it.

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  • EagleRockers 2 years ago

    Bill, sometimes you can be a real Debbie Downer.

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  • Pestilence E&P 2 years ago

    Getem Bill

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  • Skankhunt42 2 years ago

    OK, so I agree with Bill here, but it’s funny to me that he is crying out for “fun escapism”… Yet I seem to remember a new rules segment from the past where he sits bitching about how people love Marvel movies and comic book shit. That’s fun escapism for those people… Yet you complained about it too 😂

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  • Dani Rosenoer 2 years ago

    So much disrespect for the film industry, which he’s part of. So, sad movies are no good but fun action movies are no good either?
    And what’s Bill’s example of acceptable entertainment, older films that are even more depressing? Schindler’s List, really??
    So far Maher’s show is the most depressing thing I’ve watched today. Meanwhile, the Oscars have nominated Pixar’s Soul and Tenet for this year’s ceremony. Are those not ‘upbeat’ enough?

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  • Bill Curry 2 years ago

    You have no idea what depressing means until you’ve read “The Mars Room,” by Rachel Kushner. How did that worst book of all time even get published?

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  • Mondo Shredder 2 years ago

    That isn’t overpriced popcorn you’re getting in the theaters, but expired anti-depressants cooked up, buttered, and heavily salted so that they almost look like popcorn.
    However, they don’t almost taste like crap, they taste just as bad as one would expect cooked up , buttered, and heavily salted expired anti-depressants to taste – absolutely repulsive.

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  • Fu Fu 2 years ago

    I like the idea of disillusionment, actually.

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  • TheWisestWizards 2 years ago

    People are upset about this segment over on Twitter? I was expecting something at least somewhat controversial.

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  • Benjamin 2 years ago

    Worst monologue ever.

    He has clearly not watched any of these movies. Most of them have happy endings, the plot elements he cited for a lot of them being “downers” mostly took place before the climax and/or resolution of the movie, it’s called conflict, and basically every single story has it.

    Also why is he asking for escapist movies when he’s just gonna crap all over them too? He hates escapist movies, he’s done monologues hating on them too.

    And I noticed in those screenshots of movies he appears to like because he said “Hollywood used to know how to make movies” the first one was The Grapes of Wrath! One of the most downer movies of all time!

    He clearly doesn’t know what he’s talking about. This is his most hypocritical, ignorant and stupid monologue ever. His lack of self awareness is off the charts here.

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  • Amna Khan 2 years ago

    All these people talking shit haven’t even seen any of these movies. Trial of the Chicago 7 was a black comedy

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  • Savio Thomas Sebastian 2 years ago

    In this matter I have a different opinion, Bill!

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  • skonther0ck 2 years ago

    I feel the need to see Master and Commander for the tenth time. Maybe some Out of Africa and The Full Monty too.

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  • stone1andonly 2 years ago

    You don’t have to ignore social justice to be entertaining; likewise, you don’t have to berate or bore people to send a message. You know it has gotten to be a strange time when imagination is a little stunted in Hollywood.

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  • Sean T 2 years ago

    You forget that the oscars is not indicative of the films available to see. Especially during a pandemic. Chill out Bill, you’re wrong this time.

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  • D. 2 years ago

    Hollywood-where they’ll pay an actor $10 million dollars to portray someone who is starving.

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  • Spencer O'Brien 2 years ago

    I’m a fan of Bill Maher, but I cringe any time he tries to talk about film, because he doesn’t seem to have any idea what he’s talking about. It’s obvious to me he just hates movies, no matter the genre. Here he’s doing a bit where he’s whining about dramas with depressing subject matter and saying, “We just want a little escapism!” But then you’ll find him on another night ragging on superhero movies, ragging on Star Wars, ragging on action movies , ragging on movies about getaway drivers (the one where he tries to say Drive and The Fast and the Furious are similar films, just an example of how ignorant he is on the subject), and ragging on people who enjoy them. At this point it would be quicker for him to state what kind of movies he doesn’t have a problem with.

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  • NoobIsAGoodThing 2 years ago

    When is Bill gonna realize that it’s his party that’s causing this garbage culture…?

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  • FreakOutTiesto007 2 years ago

    Obviously he didn’t see any of the movies.

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  • Kate G. 2 years ago

    True—where’s the comedy? Thank goodness for this show…

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  • Steffen Blechschmidt 2 years ago

    Thanks for spoiling all those movies, dickhead! Seriously, Bill, how come you don’t respect your audience enough to not give away the endings of those films. It truly shows what an old fart you’ve become by raging against wokeness and more importantly being unable to say SPOILERS before spoiling something, like every young Youtuber is able to.

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  • PSYN 2 years ago

    Bill is dropping some fire here..

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  • M P 2 years ago

    Bill since it’s not your story your not entertained. Right

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  • Chris Farley 2 years ago

    I hate Bill’s audience, they truly suck

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  • Luis Reyes 2 years ago

    Didn’t think the 2021 Oscars were going to be that depressing.

    Sorry they couldn’t come up with more “light in the loafers” movies like La La Land. 😩

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  • Barb Ginther 2 years ago

    Libs sure jumped their way to the front of the vaccine lines? Got that PPP money. Woke, alright, just enuf.

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  • Fractal Art 2 years ago

    Propaganda outlet has become too obvious for all to see. They’re in business to own the narrative, not entertainment

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  • Anacapa View Newsletter 2 years ago

    I liked the Trial of the Chicago 7!

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  • anton a 2 years ago

    Dude, this segment cracked me up! Loool ….” not Godzilla vs. Kong, and his crippling battle with depression.”

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  • Margarida M 2 years ago

    So, so true.

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  • Edward Rhoads 2 years ago

    Lets be honest, the reason there were no entertaining movies in 2020 is because the owners of said movies did not want to have a box office of zero so they pushed them back to 2021 or 2022. So the movies people don’t go to the theatre to see they wait for them to show up on redbox and wait to get a $1 off coupon to rent them was all that was left…

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  • Richard Motroni 2 years ago

    I was so disappointed that “The Immigrant Who Sit in a Coffee Can” didn’t get any nominations.

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  • Girl Has No Name 2 years ago

    Finally! I can enjoy you again! #logic

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  • Frank Rogers 2 years ago

    Pretty good Bill!

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  • switchmuso 2 years ago

    All the happy films are waiting for theatres to open worldwide so they can MAKE THEIR iNVESTMENT BACK.

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  • Charles Field 2 years ago

    Can’t wait for Bill to get rid of his Stepford audience. The whole thing seems forced and unnatural. Almost as if he demands the engagement regardless of how good the joke is.

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  • JoJo 4sho 2 years ago

    somebodies joining the “i’m becoming an old boomer and everything was so much better in the old days” entourage. dude, this is 10 movies out of thousands of films and tv shows all the major platforms have been releasing non-stop. there’s plenty of “entertainment” available.

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  • Frogfilibuster 2 years ago

    I hadn’t heard of these movies. Over, let’s go conservative,1 year. I shouldn’t chalk up a reason. Bill made a good point.

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  • K S 2 years ago

    I want to see Godzilla vs Kong

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  • Linda Minarik 2 years ago

    Absolutely…I go to movies to have fun and feel good…Real life sucks sometimes so why go to a movie and be depressed!! Right on Maher!!!!

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  • Marcelo da Silva 2 years ago

    Bill is getting old and that’s pretty evident on the way he goes on nonsensical rants.

    Why the fuck should film be uplifting or just entertainment?!

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  • Dennis Leise 2 years ago

    CC: NPR.

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  • fakeaname 2 years ago

    Maher would love the Grammy’s

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  • Tom B 2 years ago

    Is he calling for the 21st centuries Buzby Berkley?

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  • Barb Z 2 years ago

    Action is preceded by empathy.

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  • Nancy Z 2 years ago

    In 1939 during the depression some of the best movies ever were made. Now, during a pandemic, the worst seems to have come out. What gives?

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  • jad1079 2 years ago

    Virtue signaling is coming for the movies.

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  • Don Klem 2 years ago

    I like Bill, he’s funny, but his church cracks aren’t, i don’t feel guilty, he’s speaking from a jaded Catholic past, which is a whole Different form of Christianity.

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  • Scott Fitzpatrick 2 years ago

    Its great commedy but at least some conversations are happening through the silver screen instead of the normal trying to pretend this world is not a dumpster fire for so many people.

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  • sfu nyc 2 years ago

    Bill, the only way that people will know that there are people who live in vans is if they see them on the screen. Even the it it unlikely that it will be on the big screen as that would mean leaving their bubble.

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  • Don Klem 2 years ago

    It’s progressive liberals pushing wokeness, not conservatives. They’re the ones fucking up society

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  • Alicia Barnett 2 years ago

    He’s horrible.

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  • StrangeNRare 2 years ago

    Actually, I always thought the ‘foreign films’ category was where everybody took their Oscar potty-breaks?
    This show is at least as culturally educational as the Oscar contenders. 🙂

    Time to finish my draft of “Kong: My Lifelong Battle with Depression and Body Issues…” I’mma make this shit OSCAR-worthy!!

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  • Sean Rosen 2 years ago

    Thanks Bill. I needed this. I’m usually pretty big on movies, but I’ve never even heard of these best picture nominees! It’s like the academy pulled them out of their ass (or a vault)!
    And don’t get me started on the scourge that is wokeness! I’ve swore to spend as little money as possible on anything associated with THOSE people, especially Disney! Be it movies or TV or whatever the hell passes for Marvel and DC Comics these days.
    JUSTICE. MUST. BE. SERVED.

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  • Toria Rose 2 years ago

    I still think the Wizard of Oz is one of the best movies ever made. It’s actually a story about us. Just like the old book. We are “Dorothy” and all the characters are aspects of her/us. Same with the old book (we are “god”). Except the Dorothy version is more accurate. That “god” part of us is feminine energy (heart, depth, emotion, “spirit” … it’s our “wildness,” it’s freedom). Our masculine energy is more the physical (superficial, control-y). See which our world has more of. All this dumbf*ckedness is masculine energy on steroids, so very contemptuous of its feminine energy (thank you, religion). That results in self-loathing (hating just part of yourself isn’t a thing) and ultimately world destruction. Oops, didn’t mean to be a “debbie.” But we need more “Noah’s” out there endeavoring to truly wake us the f*ck up. This is the answer. Sit with it (that’s feminine energy, stillness/listening…like the old book says, “be still and know.”) Think of it this way. Violence and corruption. The majority of those two things come from male ppl putting their crap upon those who are ignorant/innocent, vulnerable or “weak.” Vulnerability is feminine energy. Mass shootings often done by a religious one. Thing is, when we hate someone, want to harm them, it’s usually because we see in them something that we hate in OURSELVES. Think about the worst potus in history, how he never wanted to admit he was wrong, wanted ppl to always see him as strong… That is, he hated the thought of being “weak”(feminine/vulnerable). Just think about it. Plz endeavor to wake up to what is truly “wrong” with us. Why we are seemingly indifferent to the destruction of the planet that feeds us. And see how we tend to work to destroy that which we hate. Even if subconsciously.

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  • Spadedaps 2 years ago

    “Being sad let’s you feel like you’re doing something about a problem without having to actually do something.”

    Boom

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  • Simon W 2 years ago

    I, as a liberal anti-Trump normal person, have had enough of this woke shit. I don’t want boring depressing garbage on my TV screen made by talentless diversity hires and “You go girl” high-fivers. Can we get back to Hollywood actually trying to make money by making things people actually want to watch?

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  • John Bothe 2 years ago

    MORE TRUTH FROM BILL!!! BILL MAHER IS THE BEST!!!

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  • CallahanJones 2 years ago

    You misread Nomadland. She liked her life. She was initially put into it against her own desire but she preferred it when she was given a choice. She freely chose freedom and independence over comfort, stability and dependence. One of the themes seemed to be about letting go of some things.

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  • Daniel Vega 2 years ago

    Sadness is rebellion – Lebanon Hanover

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  • Rich Daume 2 years ago

    Real Time comes on, I go Zzzz Zzzz

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  • Galliett Productions 2 years ago

    Bill you had many bad takes… But this ones the worst!! Please retire…

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  • Johnny TimeStamp 2 years ago

    people write what they know, pain.

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  • Wendy Robson 2 years ago

    Yes the Debbie’s are a difficult experience to watch much less listen too! But hey, it’s incredible what $$$ can buy! Bad acting, bad stories, bad hairdos & clothing! Really they should get an Oscar for being God awful!

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  • D H 2 years ago

    Schindler’s List, The Pianist, The English Patient, My Left Foot, Ordinary People… seems to me that Hollywood has a long, long tradition of making sad movies about white people as oscar bait but when the academy starts recognizing women and people of color and their contributions to movies, suddenly it’s too sad, it’s virtue signaling 🙄, Hollywood is trying too hard to be woke. Oscar movies have always been boring or sad. If Bill Maher wants to see a Michael Bay movie, those movies are readily available. This segment was so complain-y…wish he would use his platform to gripe about more important things. This was not his best message.

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  • John L 2 years ago

    the fact that every still image in his montage toward the end is pulled from movies that are often melancholic downers addressing societal issues like racism, fascism, poverty, and abuse, while he’s talking about how Hollywood USED TO know how to make GOOD movies, as a means of criticizing the current crop of not just oscar nominated movies but HOLLYWOOD as a whole for making too many movies addressing societal issues through melancholic or emotional narratives is SOOOOOO oblivious…

    For a moment I pitied him for being such a miserable, miserly old fuck, and then he made the “In Memorium” joke that he dragged out for FAR too long and I was back to hoping he died falling into a vat of industrial acid.

    And the “Liberals only like sad movies because it lets them feel like they’re doing something about the issues while really just ignoring them” would actually be a decent criticism of liberalism coming from ANYBODY ELSE.

    What a despicable fuck.

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  • joe botts 2 years ago

    I am a liberal but I don’t even know any liberals who are like the ones Mahr constantly refers to. Must be Hollywood studio liberals huh. Sad or glad or angry I just want to be entertained

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  • Hunter's Laptop 2 years ago

    We could have used this 4 years ago Bill. You can’t get “independent thinker” points if you only speak up when it’s no longer relevant.

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  • Rob G. 2 years ago

    So true. MANK is the only movie that is actually good and Gary Oldman did a really good damn job. The other movies are just boring.

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  • Neon Sashimi Dream 2 years ago

    Bill Maher, more important now than ever before.

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  • Star Observers 2 years ago

    he nailed it, he understood better than you obviously! Kong is a representation of the caged beast or Zoo’s of the world. It’s depressing and a reminder of how cruel humanity is and in the end the solution is to leave and go home in a completely different world and environment where we came from. Not here. So solution for cruelty is to flee or be captured and caged. You haven’t even watched the movie. It has little to do with a fight between a lizard and ape. It’s the metaphorical battle between RH negative and RH positive blood types. Neanderthal and crowmag, the never ending battle of the vampires and werewolves or the constant fight of the brothers. This is why Cain killed able and why the battle continues from the occupied territories of native apes and reptilian due to having the traits of a reptile as metaphorical wolves or crowmag; who hunt the blood sucking neanderthal vampires who are primitive apes compared to crowmag and who stole the woman and children of crowmag to rape and eat some of them but ultimately the hybrid race resulted and that has violence instead of love is the result. This is the very reason we exist and I recommend Robert Sephre on YouTube for evidence from a real scientific view and a real true anthropologist. Learn the deeper meaning and understand! It is very depressing! See profile of a super predator by Danny for a more accurate representation and reconstruction of Neanderthal. You will be suprised to know the truth! They were hunter killers. Crowmag were the same as we see today unchanged white man bearded with chin. Came here from another world and landed bringing agricultural and civilization. Research it! It’s written in stone!

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  • Bailar Lasagna 2 years ago

    So Bill’s whole gimmick now is just “THINGS WERE BETTER BACK IN MY DAY”?

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  • Philip Matsikoudis 2 years ago

    Not a single movie nominated for an Oscar do I have the slightest desire to see. Very different from 2020, except for best picture, which sucked. It’s like Bill Maher’s monologue here…boring.

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  • Jeff Bommarito 2 years ago

    good work bill

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  • Govindira 2 years ago

    Let him with is without sin cast the first stone. No, Mr. Maher, your “Debbie Rule” diatribe was not a laughter filled stroll down Laugh Alley. It was a drunken crawl into Coronavirus Redux Cul-de-Sac.

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  • Pibbity Bibbity 2 years ago

    I love how he talks about Hollywood and narcissism as if he is somehow removed from it. 🙄

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  • natashka1982 2 years ago

    This guy flip flops daily. Can’t have it both ways.

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  • Bartholomew Gold 2 years ago

    Earth to Bill: Prestige Dramas have always been big with the awards shows. Nothing’s stopping you from going to see Hobbs & Shaw if you just want easy popcorn thrills.

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  • Sahbrynn 2 years ago

    From your lips to Wokeworlds ears. Seriously!

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  • Mark Soquet, Jr 2 years ago

    Bill Maher is starting to sound like Andy Rooney.

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  • gers Hickenlooper 2 years ago

    This is absolute garbage from Bill and I am shocked at the support from the crowd and the comments here.
    Films nominated at the Oscars have nothing to do with “woke” or “depressing” or any of the other epithets he throws out here.
    They are nominated because they are WELL MADE films.
    Is it so hard to understand that?
    Bill has been gradually swinging right these last few years – he’s been rightfully pointing out the weaknesses in the Dems but when he’s REACHING so hard in a segment like this to blame “Hollywood elites” for depressing films, he has officially jumped the shark.
    Seriously Bill, you have spent too much time with your “Friend” Ann C. – your mind is warped.
    You are no longer on the side of good, I just wish your adoring audience would come to their fucking senses.
    Then, there’s a chance you might actually wake the fuck up.
    Goodbye Bill, you were good….for a while.

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  • Dean F. 2 years ago

    If any year merited a bumper crop of depressing films, it was 2020. And guess what, Bill? Some of us are grown up enough to appreciate downbeat movies.

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  • Beto Estrada 2 years ago

    Man I am a republican but this is awesome I need to share this

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  • Shahaneh Limonadi 2 years ago

    Yes, people want to see 3D Movies like I did with Godzilla VS. Kong in 4DX (3D).

    Here’s the rest of this year’s 3D Movies:

    Abruptio (TBA)

    Wish Dragon (TBA)

    My Little Pony (TBA) 🎠

    Mortal Kombat (April 23) ❄

    Cruella (May 28)

    Vivo (June 4)

    Spirit Untamed 🐎 (June 4)

    Peter Rabbit 2 🐇 (June 18)

    Luca 🌅 (June 18)

    Fast & Furious 9 🚄 (June 25)

    The Tomorrow War (July 2)

    Black Widow (July 9)

    Cinderella 👠 (July 16)

    Space Jam: A New Legacy 🏀 (July 16)

    Snake Eyes (G.I. Joe) 🐍 👀 (July 23)

    Hotel Transylvania 4 (July 23)

    Jungle Cruise 🚢 (July 30)

    Free Guy 🎮 (August 13)

    Bios (August 20)

    Reminiscence (August 27)

    Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (September 3) 🏯

    Boss Baby 2 🚼 (September 17)

    Venom 2 (September 24)

    Infinite (September 24)

    Dune (October 1)

    The Addams Family 2 (October 1)

    No Time to Die 🎰 (October 8)

    Jackass 4 💫 (October 22)

    Ron’s Gone Wrong 💻 (October 22)

    Eternals (November 5)

    Clifford the Big Red Dog 🐕 (November 5)

    Ghostbusters Afterlife 👻 (November 11)

    King Richard 👑 (November 19)

    Top Gun 2 ✈ (November 19)

    Enchanto (November 24)

    Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City 🌂 (November 24)

    West Side Story (December 10) 💃

    Spider-Man No Way Home (December 17)

    The King’s Man (Kingsman) 🎩 (December 22)

    Matrix 4 🌐(December 22)

    Sing 2 👄 (December 22)

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  • Mark Woldin 2 years ago

    After many years I am now done with Maher. He’s just another grumpy, bitter, repetitive ‘comic ‘. And worsen than letterman in his nastiness. And he talks too much. And he has annoying guests. Or is it thw format that’s annoying?

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  • justgivemethetruth 2 years ago

    yeah, well I give a big thumbs down to Bill’s transformation into Donald Trump over the last year and how bad his show has become.

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  • Bryce McNeil 2 years ago

    “Darker” films generally get more critical acclaim and it’s been that way for a while. Acting like this is a strange new phenomenon is disingenuous.

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  • Arthur Knight 2 years ago

    He’s talking with alot of “get off my lawn” vibe…Smh he talks as if there aren’t plenty of entertaining movies still out there are get nominated year after year AND there’s also trend of sad movies as far as one can remember getting nominated for Oscars!

    Any movie can sound miserable if phrased in certain kind of way. And also talking like Hollywood is “monolithic” with directors with exact kind of taste and genres being made. Also half the movies he complained about are real life stories! How the fuck does he thinks they need to end?? 🙄🙄

    There are more diverse GOOD stories being put to screen recently and many people are experiencing new perspectives! Which is always good. Just look at the nomination list from recent years. There are all kinds of genres and stories in there!

    And I bet 90% of people agreeing with him on this in the comments don’t approve of Parasite winning either. If they do then this whole point is baseless cause that movie was hilarious, entertaining AND powerful af! But if you still got the problem with it then my guy…I know who you are…

    PS: last year was such a mess for movies not many could release them and many couldn’t watch them too. People can still watch their Micheal bay’s and Fast and Furious stop crying about stupid shit.

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  • hkfilmfreak1995 2 years ago

    Wtf is he talking about? It seems like he watched none of the films at all. Judas and Chicago 7 are very entertaining, Sound of Metal and Nomadland aren’t just sad, but also inspiring and Minari is actually really sweet and positive.

    On top of that, last year Parasite won, one of the most entertaining films, I’ve ever seen! A satirical thriller about class division in Korea. And then he says, back then films weren’t just sad, but also entertaining, and shows stills from Schindler’s List and 12 Years a Slave! What the heck???

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  • Anon Unicorn 2 years ago

    This made me want to watch the nominated movies 😀 good set though

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  • Nevermore ! 2 years ago

    Constant claping is excruciatingly irritating. Is this how it feels to watch tv? Do boomers really?

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  • thekhan517 2 years ago

    You can’t have your cake and eat it too Bill.

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  • Wild Vegan Child 2 years ago

    Yes. Affordable housing please.

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  • Sonya Weinreis 2 years ago

    Your right bill not one good movie has come out in yearssss, fuck hollywood

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  • InSanctvs 2 years ago

    Death brings out the something in us alright!
    Perhaps weve been living on borrowed time. Gloomy movies are likely merely the symptoms, our lifestyle the cause. Past pandemics have demonstrated this effect on culture. Posted something about it here but my 2 earlier comments got deleted lol!

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  • Ez G 2 years ago

    Yes. I won’t be watching Any of those movies.

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  • Michael Carlisle 2 years ago

    The existence of Jo Jo Rabbit, an oscar nominated 2019 movie where the main character’s imaginary friend is Hitler, proves you wrong on both “movies are too woke nowadays” & “movies are not entertaining nowadays”

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  • tiz75 2 years ago

    I understand and also agree that “mean” can be funny, but Maher is not. He is just blah.

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  • Tania Burton 2 years ago

    Why I don’t do movies.

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  • Jon Smith 2 years ago

    I don’t know thought Chicago seven was a pretty upbeat at times

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  • Fraser Deavoll 2 years ago

    You think you could have maybe not spoiled all these movies that only recently come out?

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  • Ben Zandpour 2 years ago

    You’re making fun of sad people? What a jerkofff

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  • Donna One1nine 2 years ago

    No worries. The Beatles are coming! THE BEATLES ARE COMING!

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  • Evan Wise 2 years ago

    You could make the depression case for all those films he showed clips of too. I thought Nomadland was very good and would fit well within the history of those films in the clips.
    It’s obvious Bill has an issue with Nomadland and that’s ok but it doesn’t make it an unimportant film.

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  • Nich Dub 2 years ago

    Not so long ago Bill complained about omnipresence of superheroes and robots… Now that? What kind of film does he actually want? I’m lost.

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  • Simon Hadley 2 years ago

    Feeling sad: the liberal equivalent of prayer.

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  • Jon Smith 2 years ago

    wasn’t it a weird year though where most of the crowd pleasers. and bet some if the movies he mentioned as good would be considered woke. I mean judus and the black messiah and do the right thing in a similar wheel house

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  • Otto Dachat 2 years ago

    “Hollywood is the place to go if you are an egomaniac looking to fill that hole from your childhood with applause” sounds like a good reason not to go into the entertainment biz, f** Hollywood, all about $$ and devoid of any intellectually driven scripts about interesting people, I would think of all the films that shined last year was Mank, great film & about ‘smart’ people though a bit twisted

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  • CRanapia 2 years ago

    New Rule: Bill Maher has to stop assuming everyone finds his easily wounded rich white dude sensibilities as deeply fascinating as he does.

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  • Jeff Xanders 2 years ago

    Who needs movies or TV when there’s YouTube? If you still own a TV and go to the movies you’re getting what you deserve – cinema for sheep.
    Until you talk about the solutions to the problems (see Andrew Yang), you’re part of them – and yes, “them” too.

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  • DrinkingStar 2 years ago

    You are correct about movies coming from Hollywood these days. The best movies are the foreign films.

    Bill, is there affordable house in your neighborhood? Show us your house or at least your neighborhood. How about opening a garbage dump or a trash recycling site next to your house.

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  • Joseph Miller 2 years ago

    We’re one year closer to “ASS” taking home best picture.

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  • L M 2 years ago

    Hahahaha!!!!!! Best of Bill I’ve seen in a long time…..

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  • J Craig 2 years ago

    Specifically white liberals Bill. Terrible moviemaking today. I don’t watch anymore. My wife and I watch 80s 90s early 2000s movies. -39yr old millennial

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  • Daniel Brooks 2 years ago

    I put this on closed caption and turn off the sound. Eliminates the fake, canned laughter which ruins some otherwise decent commentary.

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  • Garrick Hoffman 2 years ago

    Hollywood is only concerned about making “important” films with a statement these days

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  • Alex Baum 2 years ago

    His crowds just flat out suck. Screen your audience, dude. Or tell them how to fucking shut up and not ruin your closing monologue.

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  • morandm1 2 years ago

    It appears the Hollywood is trying to lower the morale of the whole country. I wonder why they would so that?

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  • eagle lion529 2 years ago

    0:21 I don’t see what’s wrong with the movie nominees. Trial of Chicago 7 was absolutely fascinating and educational at the same time. Rare.

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  • Sunil 2 years ago

    If your movie is so woke how come i m falling asleep? 😂😂😂

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  • eagle lion529 2 years ago

    6:00 Many of the “woke” progressives do in fact fight for that [affordable housing].

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  • BernerAccount 2 years ago

    “Can we get some escapist, comfort food?”
    *Proceeds to show Schindler’s List, Milk and 12 Years A Slave*

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  • majormal1 2 years ago

    “Woke” literally means, no longer excepting the corrupt establishment BS. They’ve turned it around and made it a bad word. Even so called progressives are falling for it now. Bill is just propagating that message, telling them basically to shut up. Just another stenographer for the wealthy establishment. Bill has become the “get off my lawn” old guy. Sad to see…

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  • Linda Douglass 2 years ago

    Who cares anymore about the Radical woke Left award shows?

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  • Kåre Nielsen 2 years ago

    SO TRUE!!!!!!!!!
    I hate movies about cancer, war, racism, murder, death… STFU and give me American Pie 17 😂

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  • A P 2 years ago

    Funny how he never complained when they were attacking anything conservative but now that they’ve gone way off the deep end and affects him then he bitches. BTW, do they flash an “Applause” sign? That sounded so fake. His audience is made up of the very woke boneheads he ranting about.

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  • Cogito Ergo Zoom 2 years ago

    The MCU movies and shows are our escapism, Bill bashes them too. Pick a lane man.

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  • Ben Foster 2 years ago

    Bloody hell I wish this show was shown in the UK, laughing so hard I’m crying.

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  • vinmass123 2 years ago

    OK Boomer.

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  • Cole Davis 2 years ago

    Bill Maher: Make a less depressing and more entertaining movies
    Bill Maher: shows a list of Milk, Schindler’s list, and 12 years a slave

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  • Silvervelocity1988 2 years ago

    If you’re movie is so woke how come I’m falling asleep lol

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  • David Bell 2 years ago

    I used to like Bill Maher, but he’s turned into such a whiny bitch. Nomadland, for example, isn’t some “woke“ story about the tragedy of homelessness. It’s a story about a person who chooses to be a nomad. Would she have chosen differently if her circumstances were different? Maybe. It’s a complex story, Bill. Jesus! Do you want to see depressing movie: Titanic. Nomadland was a beautiful, true movie. The sound of metal was intense, but it wasn’t trying to blame anybody for anything. The Trial of the Chicago 7 Was the same kind of bullshit, Hollywood mythologizing we’ve been getting forever. It was entertaining, but overly woke? Hardly. Anyway, you think there was plenty of right wing bullshit for Bill Maher to take a out. Just because Trump lost the election doesn’t mean his army of a-holes aren’t still trying to ruin the world.

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  • Cole Davis 2 years ago

    If your movie is woke how come I’m falling asleep
    Because your old and have an attention span of a goldfish

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  • Felipe Iphar 2 years ago

    These damn snowflakes, bitching about how there are no happy movies anymore… Oh wait, it’s the old guy crying now, because movies make him sad 🙁 and he wants fun, relaxing movies instead… And it’s the same guy that trashes Marvel movies… Way to go Bill

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  • Quantum Cat 2 years ago

    “Did they all decide to quit cocaine at the same time”. Actually, they had to cause there’s a pandemic and the sources are rare now.

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  • marty 2 years ago

    They dont make classic music too like the 60’s and 70’s.

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  • Worms Murphy Gaming 2 years ago

    Love you Bill!!

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  • Marc-André L. 2 years ago

    Dumbest new rule so far. Some of these movies are actually extraordinary. Dummies can continue to watch their superheroes shit.

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  • hutch 2 years ago

    Bill Maher has officially turned into a cranky, complaining old man. First of all, there have been plenty of very entertaining, upbeat escapist movies out in 2020. Huge hits, too. Maybe Bill’s not connected enough to pop culture anymore to have heard of them. Second, the Oscars have ALWAYS nominated the more serious, topical films for Best Picture. The running joke in Hollywood is that if you want to win an award, just make a depressing Holocaust movie. (Notice in Bill’s montage of his preferred movies, he showed “Schindler’s List”? I rest my case.) Nothing has changed. Bill’s just turned into curmudgeon.

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  • The Existential Vegan 2 years ago

    Bill went full on old geezer.

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  • Chris Sullivan 2 years ago

    Democrats for Trump. We miss him

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  • Middle School Gravy 2 years ago

    I have been a long time fan of Bill’s but honestly he’s like barely a step above Greg Gutfeld at this point.

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  • diego c 2 years ago

    this whole rant is just stupid. hes an idiot! and fuck him for spoiling promising young women and minari for people who aint seen them. and these films were escapism for a lot of us over the past year.

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  • M 2 years ago

    This whole segment made me sad. The irony

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  • Look Over There 2 years ago

    The 21st century sucks!

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  • Biff Johnson 2 years ago

    Hey Bill don’t forget these are your people you asked for it you got it

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  • Emanuel Martins 2 years ago

    Maybe doing things with the purpose of feeling sad and pitiful is the liberal’s version of the conservative’s prayers. Unfortunately, it has the same level of efficacy. None!

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  • Mitch John 2 years ago

    LEts make it mandatory to watch blazing saddles

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  • M. S. 2 years ago

    Really, really weak message. Film makers make the movies they want. Consumers see the movies they want. Critics praise the movies they want. It’s called ‘freedom’. No one is decreeing from on high that all Best Motion Picture nominees must be depressing; that’s just the collective will of the nominators. There are plenty of comedies and other feel-food movies out there. And I doubt Bill even watched any of these films. If he didn’t have anything substantive to say, he should have just skipped this week’s New Rules segment instead of grandstanding about a non-issue.

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  • Joe Johnson 2 years ago

    Woke hollywood means Broke hollywood, yeaaaaaa

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  • Snapdragon 9600 2 years ago

    Nailed it! You would think with enough economic related issues and covid wed get something uplifting and even inspiring to raise moral.

    Hollywood does movies to virtue signal for sure. This is why a lot of popular movie sequels and remakes like terminator, Ghostbusters 2016, james bond and even star wars is turning fans away. We dont want our movies politicised and good original characters replaced or ridiculed.

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  • Glenn Allen 2 years ago

    HI Bill! 53-y/o here. Love your show! Um, I couldn’t wait to see “Promising Young Female,” & was aghast you’d divulged the ending. I understand why you did this (to help make your point about movies being downers), but I NEVER reveal an ending w/o a spoiler alert of some kind. Years ago I couldn’t wait to take a college class in detective story fiction & was all excited for it to start in the fall (there was 1 story we were to read 2x to see how IT was done) — & Time magazine divulged that story’s SURPISE in its opening paragraphs when discussing the author that summer. That has stayed with me. Please don’t do this again, buddy. PLEASE! / Glenn Allen

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  • Glenn Allen 2 years ago

    P.S. I ended up watching “Promising Young Female” anyway & you didn’t fully divulge the ending. I thought it was GREAT, btw. It was not a downer (its protagonist achieved her goal, btw). I was thrilled with it, but PLEASE don’t divulge movie endings again, OK? PLEASE, BILL….! 🙂

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  • Abdelrahman Elzayat 2 years ago

    are they paid to laugh? genuinely asking

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  • Dennis Rojo 2 years ago

    Does his studio (and many watching here or on HBO) audience realize he’s making fun of them! That’s why I love you Bill.

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  • thequickthinker 2 years ago

    I nominate “Hollywood is still the number one place to go if you’re an egomaniac looking to fill that hole from your childhood with applause.” as Bill’s funniest and most honest line of the year!!!

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  • Bob Garrett 2 years ago

    Bill Maher qualifies for a DEBBIE AWARD as well.

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  • Louis Davies 2 years ago

    “Films these days are so depressing…what happened to the good old upbeat films of ….Grapes of Wrath ….and Schindler’s list.”
    Lol bill can’t be this stupid

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  • B. Dangerfield 2 years ago

    I’m trying to make an old fashioned Romantic Comedy with a happy ending, and I’m being told by the Major Studios… it’s not woke enough!

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  • Reverend Hammer 2 years ago

    “When escapism becomes reality.”

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  • Andrew Williams 2 years ago

    King of liberals making fun of liberal things while woke audience laughs and applauds lol

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  • gtrblues84 2 years ago

    I really hate it when he vents about the entertainment industry. 😒 he really hates art of all kinds. He’s like how dare anyone enjoy entertainment that’s not about me. His narcissism really peaks when it comes to music, movies, art, or comedians that aren’t him…

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  • yumyumeatemup 2 years ago

    The moment the Oscars made a checklist mandatory for who gets in and who gets left out on a nomination, artistic merit finally died along with what little creativity remained.

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  • Serf Ally 2 years ago

    The JOKER
    Perfectly illustrated u.s.a. since REAGANISM.
    LOSS of $ 10 dollars an hour for most Americans.
    Loss of 3/4 of our healthcare or more

    Hey so middle class collapse, loss of unions ( 1 in 3 )
    Loss of job security via senority…
    Be happy…pfffft HOLLYWOOD is reflecting the cesspool Mr. MILLIONAIRE.

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  • Wire Trap 2 years ago

    Virtue signaling– yep. Reminds me of the whole Star Wars preachy nonsense…

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  • elvislives81677 2 years ago

    Thanks for the good word Bill, but you guys did this over 35 years. Good luck getting humor and entertainment back over guilt and woke shaming.

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  • joseph zipp 2 years ago

    Suicide is painless
    Socialism is brainless
    Slavery is aimless
    Play it again Sam

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  • Valdemar Santos 2 years ago

    The only thing I agree with Bill Mayer is that both Republican’s And Democrats could give shit about housing people or helping them in any significant way. I also would like to mention that I saw Nomadland and I liked it, but then I’m just an average person who doesn’t feel compelled to rant about how this movie makes ME the bad person. I think these stories exist for a very good reason, but I could see how they would upset a multi-millionaire who loves those Republican tax breaks. Just admit it Bill you’re as liberal as that Manchin guy (Senator?).
    Au revoir from Canada.

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  • Chance Robinson 2 years ago

    “The Grapes of Wrath?” Art imitates life. There’s no much to be escapist about right now.

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  • mllerref 2 years ago

    Yeah, hollywood used to know how to entertain us, and Bill used to know how to make people laugh without bitching about “wokeness” in every monologue like some fox news hack. I guess the times they are a changing…

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  • Cousin Eerie 2 years ago

    Bill doesn’t hate Marvel movies, he hates movies. He doesn’t grasp the role fiction plays in peoples lives. This is like listening to a vegan review the Outback Steakhouse. I watch every week but if you whine about things you don’t understand you will sound like a fool.

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  • Jason Pop 2 years ago

    So so true, entertainment for the sake of enjoyment ! I won’t even read a book that depresses me and I love to read !

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  • David Jaggli 2 years ago

    New rule no pretending Bill Maher’s funny with his piped-in laughter

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  • 222brent 2 years ago

    I’m just here for the clapping seals in the audience.

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  • Red Sky 2 years ago

    Dems & the radical left are really just nutso ! lol

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  • Will Itfit 2 years ago

    The hypocrite is upset about the culture he helped create? His shekels must have been affected.

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  • hmblguy 2 years ago

    “If your movie is so woke, how come I’m falling asleep”?
    Thats a good one. I’m going to use that one.
    Thank you, Bill.
    #Maher2024

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  • Pablo Calderon 2 years ago

    F*ck off Bill. These films are great and entertaining. Feel free to stick to stories from 25 years ago, the rest of us enjoy films that are new, tell different stories and support a diverse group of filmmakers. Not just the movies that old dudes wanting to get richer allowed to be made. 💅🏼

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  • Idatex 2 years ago

    Leave us the movies help us escape, help us feel good. And i just want to add cannot watch a movie whereby the scenes are shaky. Honestly i dont have to feel like i am running with the actor or camera man. I dont want to go into a seizure or come out nauseous or a blazing migraine. If i wanted to watch a shaky movie scene in movies and now some tv shows I’d rent the Blaire Witch Project

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  • Marc Evan 2 years ago

    I can’t help wondering if Maher actually saw any of these films. Were they all lousy in the same way? It’s doubtful. I’ve only seen one of the films so far -“Promising Young Woman”-and I hated it but not for the reasons Maher cites.

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  • AdamWho 2 years ago

    Does he think those were the only movies made last year?

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  • CribNotes 2 years ago

    It’s good to see now that Trump’s gone…..I can watch Bill Maher again.

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  • Alice's Rabbit 2 years ago

    LMFAO. I’m an idiot who clicked on this shit when I just purchased Promising Young Woman but haven’t had time to watch it yet. BE WARNED. 🤦‍♀️

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  • Paul Cerniuk 2 years ago

    So now you’re against woke? When are you going to apologize for calling Sarah Palin a dumb See You Next Tuesday on national television?

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  • Earl Gray 2 years ago

    It’s the reason why most movies starring black people are about slavery or up to the civil rights movement. White liberals love suffering porn, and white liberals don’t get off on anything else as much as black suffering movies. Certainly black people don’t want to always see themselves portrayed in that manner.

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  • Edward Miller 2 years ago

    Bill. Hey. How are you bro. Do me a favor. Remind people that inflation caused by endless printing of money and quantitative easing forever, is a tax on everyone including the poor.

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  • SiriusMined 2 years ago

    Sorry that history is sad, Bill. But we can change the past by ignoring it or whitewashing it though, right?

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  • SiriusMined 2 years ago

    Bill, when we make uplifting movies, you piss on them if they are based on superhero characters.

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  • Pere Chias 2 years ago

    QUICK! Give Bill some low brow entertainment he might just start thinking.

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  • Baracus Obamus 2 years ago

    This was absolutely spot on. They have also dumbed down period piece dramas and made them all into soap operas for women.

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  • Edge 2 years ago

    Also Bill: Marvel hero movies are stupid. It’s always about shiny something.

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  • saurabh 2 years ago

    Which one is the bad guy…its you 🤣

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  • YOGESH SINGH 2 years ago

    Polarisation in America society is a lesson for all democracies around the world.

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  • Keith Carter 2 years ago

    If you want to see a movie thats worth watching, find an international movie – some of the best film do not come from Hollywood.

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  • Ginger Grant 2 years ago

    Really sick of the constant liberal bashing. Is Bill a fucking red???

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  • Luke Taylor 2 years ago

    Nothing inherently wrong with any of these films, but the spotlight being put solely on things of this category can definitely cause this type of reaction, which I definitely also understand. Minari was a wonderful experience for myself and those I know who have seen it, but not every film can be like it, or Nomadland, or any other one discussed here. Like we learn as kids, variety is the spice of life, and we need to shine the spotlight not only on stories that are deep, but dare I say it, the ones like Godzilla vs. Kong as well. I won’t be watching it, but someone will!

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  • Paul's Treehouse 2 years ago

    Nice to see the body snatchers haven’t gotten to Bill yet.

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  • Niko Kääpä 2 years ago

    I know Maher is joking, but when have the Oscars ever been uplifting? In the “old Hollywood” bit he shows a screen cap of “Schilndler’s List”, “Grapes of Wrath”, “Apocalypse Now”, “Milk”, as if they are not depressing. And if Maher thinks the current lineup is just depressing and not also entertaining then I don’t think he has really watched them. “The Father” is depressing, sure, but cinematically amazing. “Judas” also “Minari” very good, and especially the latter has a [SPOILER WARNING] happy ending. Granted, “Judas” doesn’t but I guess that is already clear before you start watching it, much like with “Titanic”. And “Trial of Chicago 7” is so hollywood-cliche with an ending so cheesy, it will give you lactose intolerance. Much like Hollywood always liked to make them… It’s not like much has changed, although I think that is what Maher’s point actually is.

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  • t L 2 years ago

    Man why cant other comedians be more like Bill Maher 😂😂😂

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  • Dorothy Gears 2 years ago

    Sometimes Maher’s bitching and whining is too much.

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  • Keemster Baas 2 years ago

    Bill’s crowd is the worst. The applause interval is simply Trumpian. FFS.

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  • Jon Smith 2 years ago

    the reason some of black movies are downer is the same reason you don’t see a lot of black time traveler. a lot of history pretty rough

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  • Rob Jacobs 2 years ago

    You can’t have happy escapism in an industry controlled by self loathing white liberals. It’s antithetical to their mindset.

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  • Dolores Aponte Ramos 2 years ago

    Yes. Also miss when comefians made us laughs. Lucille Ball, three stooges non political bullshit. Or maybe, we need in these fake world films like la Strada, umberto D or bicycle’s thief. Real cinema us meaningful

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  • MrNintoku 2 years ago

    Not one of the top 10 highest grossing films for 2020 are in this year’s Grammy best film nominations. Awards are basically useless now. Michael Bay was right. It’s all about the money. The only way we can judge what is the best picture.

    Would have thought Bad Boys for Life or Sonic the Hedgehog would have gotten a nomination.

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  • Mz Phat Peachz 2 years ago

    wtf: Bill forgot his past ‘virtue signaling’ career on *Politically Incorrect* smh

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  • Mz Phat Peachz 2 years ago

    point of most of those movies is to take a problem or issue and bring awareness to Masses of ppl: so they can fix it or not

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  • southerncajuncharm 2 years ago

    “Actors are egomaniacs with zero self esteem.”- Gary Oldman
    As an actor I can confirm this.

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  • Damon Galfo 2 years ago

    He clearly hasn’t seen any of these films.

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  • Carmen Sandiego 2 years ago

    “If your movie is so woke, how come I’m falling asleep”
    * mic drop *
    You said it Bill! You always take the words right out my mouth. Literally the reason I can’t find anything to watch anymore 🤢

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  • Rad Zach Review 2 years ago

    Unfortunately Kong is actually suffering from depression as well

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  • Jefe Anson 2 years ago

    SJWs are depressing, just insane shitty poor me, poor depression muhhh opression. Oh and everything is racist, when its not, everything is ist and ism when its not.

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  • Craig Gibson 2 years ago

    He really has

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  • Dale Butler 2 years ago

    Well Done Bill

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  • sports cards I'm all about VALUE 2 years ago

    Is he still a Democrat ?

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  • TheRubberStudiosASMR 2 years ago

    Mank was good hahaha

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  • Thomas Wayne 2 years ago

    Spoiler alert! … wait … nobody’s seeing any of these films anyway lol ^^”

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  • Sulanis 2 years ago

    you can tell he’s from a different generation because thoughts movies were boring as hell. That doesn’t mean they aren’t good movies. I just don’t prefer them and that’s the thing. It’s all based on Perspective, what one finds interesting the other person doesn’t.

    I actually really liked Godzilla Vs. Kong because it entertaining to watch. I got to see to giant creatures kick the shit out of each other and forget that this world the last year sucked. Isn’t that the point of the movies and TV? To give us something to distract us?

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  • J Plaga 2 years ago

    Self reflection

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  • Randy Farnsworth 2 years ago

    Bill is the Canary in the Libtard mines. He gets it. I never thought I would follow him but I do. He’s hard left but see’s what the far far left is doing to our country. I never knew how brilliant he is. Guy is
    Amazing.AND! It’s gonna be hard for the SJW’s to wack him on social media

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  • Beto Benavides 2 years ago

    I feel like he hasn’t even seen these movies he just complains to be pretencious.

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  • Beto Benavides 2 years ago

    A movies purpose isnt only to escape reality, sometimes it should portray an aspect of reality we dont normally see, those are the important films the oscars should put the spotlight on

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  • Jeff Sanders 2 years ago

    Are you kidding me with this. He includes movies like Grapes of Wrath, Schindler’s List, and 12 years a Slave on his supposed movie list when those movies are also super depressing like some of these movies do today. If those movies were made today and nominated, he would be all over how depressing they are and begging for the “good ole days” Bill is so full of himself that I really can’t watch anymore.

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  • FAB4 2 years ago

    The Oscars have always been pretentious, they treat comedy like it’s a lesser form of film making.

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  • Christopher Jay 2 years ago

    So this non white thing,it´s really producing great films. Pfft. No but since they wont allow just white producers and a narrative that focus just on white people (Insane), does this mean that we won´t see movies like LA confidential,American beauty,The fighter,the town,talented mr.Ripley,Saving private ryan,Memento,The prestige,Road to perdition etc anymore? Best we can hope for is a Green mile with a token black mystery character who suffer for our sins? Okay. This will be real interesting if studios refuse to play ball and still dare to make masterpieces that will be excluded by the academy cause of white skin,it will make them look even dumber.

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  • Ryan Hall 2 years ago

    Forced* diversity immediately lets me know whatever is projecting such nonsense is full of sh*t. The content, the producers, everyone in on it… all lazy, low tier thought individuals just full of sh*t. So just about every single network/producer of mainstream content. “We need 1 Korean women, 1 black man, 1 Polynesian women, 3 white women 2 lesbian 1 straight, 1 gay white man, 1 black women, 1 half-black man, a Hispanic couple …” We get it, you’re ” ‘really’ inclusive” … using people to diversify your stations color/melanin pallet so the obnoxiously loud 2% of the population that actually gives a sh*t doesn’t yell at you. Pathetic.

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  • Andy C 2 years ago

    tbh I’m Liberal, and sick & tired of being made to feel guilty and depressed, but at the same time I wouldn’t wanna be passively ignorant, content with just working, paying taxes and dying, like most conservatives.

    Liberals propose affordable housing all the freaking time, but it’s one of those things that ALWAYS gets shouted down as “the evil cancer of satan called socialism” by conservatives who don’t want to see anyone (that isn’t them); anywhere; ever, successful or happy.

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  • Ian Swank 2 years ago

    This is why I can’t wait for In the Heights this summer. It’s a fun musical that also touches on some real issues.

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  • Chris Kirshbaum 2 years ago

    Not his best.

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  • Blue Meanie 2 years ago

    Isnt this the same guy who thought all the Marvel movies sucked?! But he wants escapism?!

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  • KUNTAR 2 years ago

    “Being sad let’s you feel like you’re doing something about a problem without having to actually do something.”

    Some of the WORST PEOPLE I know will list off 100 different sad stories that they STRONGLY FEEL should be changed by government or society. Meanwhile, I KNOW these people. I’m like… “I know you. I know you really don’t give a damn about any of these people beyond the point of personal gain.”

    One example – and I have many – is a person who grew up being the most spoiled and arrogant and meanspirited girl I ever knew. She treated her mom like garbage and yelled, cursed, took advantage of, manipulated, etc as much and as often as she needed to in order to get whatever it is that she wanted. For example, one time her mom went out of town and she threw a party. During the party her “friends” stole her mom’s $2,000 stereo system. When her mom came home to find this and got angry at her daughter, her daughter then began yelling at her mom, “Don’t you dare blame me for this! I didn’t ask them to steal it!”. This same girl verbally abused her younger sister her whole life, and now her younger sister is an alcoholic with low self esteem who barely makes a living to provide for her kids. Much of that is her younger sister’s fault of course but she is a broken person internally, largely from the decades of daily verbal abuse from her older sister who would call her worthless, ugly, fat, annoying, etc. This same girl stole thousands of dollars from her friends and boyfriend and even had a false “college graduation party” so the rest of her family would send her monetary gifts. There is much more as well. She’s mean and nasty, very intolerant of most people, is verbally abusive towards her weak husband and has even already begun spreading rumors that HE is abusive towards HER to turn people against him should things go south… yet somehow she believes that she is a good person. She will cry, play victim, desperately plead her case, and more. Very manipulative and calculating. Yet this girl will tell you all of the “good causes” she supports. It’s like a laundry list of leftist talking points with her (no, I am not a Republican). She’s a “feminist”. She’s “anti-racist”. She’s “anti-rich”. She’s “pro-diversity”. You name it, she claims it as her position.

    This is what I notice about nearly every activist I know (not every activist in the world). It’s as if they’re deeply awful people and the only way they know how to appear to be good people is to take a cause that is obviously good on the surface and then claim to stand with it. Likely even berate other people for not being it or enough of it. “You’re a racist!” “You’re a _____phobe!” The extent of their ability to “be good” is to stand under the banner of things that are exceedingly obvious to most people as being good causes, and then be nasty towards other people under that banner. It’s a cover to be hateful and nasty – like they truly are down to the core of their being – but still appear to be good to other people.

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  • 44Gulick 2 years ago

    Did you have to open this by spoiling every one of the movies that us non-SAG poor people haven’t been shipped free copies of.

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  • Chris Mc.83 2 years ago

    That’s why Godzilla vs Kong is doing so well, because it’s escapist FUN‼️ 🦖 VS 🐵

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  • Tubeless 2 years ago

    His writers deserve a raise 👏

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  • RC Dune 2 years ago

    It’s definitely because Godzilla vs. Kong is Superior to any of the BS woke films that have come out in the past year

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  • nornje 2 years ago

    I think the difference between Bill Maher and the other daily comedians is that there is a decent amount of poesy in his cynicism. And I really love that (and the fact that he dates the hottest chicks).

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  • Neil Lyons 2 years ago

    lol he shows Shindler’s List and 12 Years a Slave as movies that aren’t depressing??

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  • Crushing Defeat Media 2 years ago

    Only error in this is that virtue signaling has ruined every University “where football isn’t a priority”. My wife works for a Big Ten University, and it’s ruined them too…
    Likes and retweets don’t pay the bills, and when the world is open for business again, will be interesting to see how many woke companies fail.

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  • Priscila Peterle 2 years ago

    Bill Maher was trending on twitter the other day for this monologue and people were attacking him for saying he’s a “privileged white male”. WHAT?! Pretty sure that after the shit storm that was 2020, none of us want to watch one depressing movie after the other!

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  • Sebastian Baca 2 years ago

    Well, there is always that movie with the giant lizard vs the giant ape lol Chicago 7and Mank are the only ones on my watch list, but most of the general public have no clue or interest in America’s history nor a time when it actually had “culture”

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  • Sebastian Baca 2 years ago

    Escapist entertainment huh Bill……anyone else see the classic “D.C.Cab”??

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  • Javier Listo 2 years ago

    Is Schindler’s list supposed to be a film that makes u feel good ? ok….

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  • Bearded Jagger 2 years ago

    I actually liked Minari and Promising Young Woman. The latter wasn’t too woke. I was hoping Bill would take aim at how inclusion rules and cancel culture are ruining the industry. But I guess even he has to walk a fine line.

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  • Matt Zarilla 2 years ago

    “Joining the Black Panthers” is the new “just two weeks before retirement”.

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  • Rob Rock 2 years ago

    It is precisely because the movie is so woke that you are falling asleep. Enough is enough. Time to turn the tide of all this SJW bullshit.

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  • BloodyInitiate 2 years ago

    He doesn’t do it often but I enjoy when this show gets into some gallows humor.

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  • The Swedish Investor 2 years ago

    Great video. While the value of one’s home typically accounts for most of the networth of the average individual, most of the affluent and very rich generally have the majority of their wealth invested

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  • bucs03sd 2 years ago

    Does anybody else watch Real Time and go “What Happened to Bill?” And not in a good way.

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  • KevinWood44 2 years ago

    Watching Bill finally eat his own, over the last month, has been so satisfying!!
    Yes Bill….LIBERALS SUCK!

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  • Steve McDonald 2 years ago

    We need a Lake Okeechobee version of Titanic (Florida Man: Damn, that manatee must be a thousand feet long!)

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  • Tara LePine 2 years ago

    It’s pretty sad when Bill Maher starts sounding like a Conservative.

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  • Marcus Kilgore 2 years ago

    I feel like this should have been called the Spoilies lol

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  • reclutamiento monterrey 2 years ago

    FUCK THE OSCARS AND WHATEVER AGENDA THEY ARE PUSHING THIS YEAR

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  • lbft100 2 years ago

    How do they still have an audience ?

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  • BD Perry 2 years ago

    So sad to see someone I used to think of as a sharp political commentator when I was younger devolve into someone who complains about movies on their television show…. like how out of touch can you be?

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  • Robert Smith 2 years ago

    …”if there were an active shooter in the theater!”

    Series 7: The Contenders “…or people are gonna get hurt!” *audience cheers*

    “That means you, assholes!”

    2021 in theater *audience cheers again*

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  • the47deadbeats 2 years ago

    NPR said the hunter Biden laptop is fake.

    -some dumb muppet who never had a a chance

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  • ZJAY 1 2 years ago

    This why I watch anime. I rather get depressed over a sad anime than a WOKE story starring Karen and her dying cat. No offense to female actors cause you guys are not at fault your just playing a role you are being paid for. Let’s get straight to the point. WOKE shit is shit and you should watch some good old angel beats

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  • Robert Lyall 2 years ago

    To be fair, a decent amount of the escapist type movies that 2020 was supposed to have got pushed back to 2021. Dune, No Time to Die, A Quiet Place Part 2 are a few examples.

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  • Doug Leschak 2 years ago

    How about just plain movies. SciFi, romance, adventure, whatever. Give us a story with a beginning, a middle and a good ending. That’s all. Just a plain good old movie. I do not watch a movie to learn a lesson or see how bad off my fellow Americans are. I can visit or talk to my family for that. I watch a movie so that I can escape all that … you DIMWITTED ASSHOLES!

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  • Iván Aguilar 2 years ago

    Best documentary 🤣🤣

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  • Herp Derp 2 years ago

    I dunno, Bill, I kinda wanted to see Godzilla vs Kong. I’ve been a Big G fan for decades and knew they were corny with some rare gems here and there. I got exactly what I expected and had fun with it.

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  • Marcello Bessone 2 years ago

    Bill hitting his stride

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  • roger wood 2 years ago

    try WOKE DISNEY

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  • Frank Baker 2 years ago

    Godzilla vs. Kong. Fucking awesome movie!! Seen it 3 times lol.

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  • Vince Tagliano 2 years ago

    I love Bill Maher but I disagree with his implication here that single family zoning needs to be eliminated. Overpopulation in California is why there is a “lack of housing.” Would Mr. Maher really like an apartment building erected next to his home?

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  • Arch Stanton 2 years ago

    Yup. Just over a decade ago, Hollywood was nominating positive uplifting movies like _Atonement_ and _No Country for Old Men_ and _There Will Be Blood_

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  • RightPushBack 2 years ago

    hollywood is in the dirt : ))))

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  • Dark Hawke 2 years ago

    If it’s so bad that even Bill Maher nails it, then it’s REALLY damn bad. Odd thing, though: I once heard someone criticize late-night hosts for writing “jokes” that weren’t so much funny as they were designed to generate applause and approbation. This was a legit funny monologue, but I was hearing A LOT of audience applause while I was laughing. Very strange.

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  • CaptainRC1 2 years ago

    “If your movie is so woke, how come I’m falling asleep?” Nailed it!

    The thing I’m waiting for is that sooner or later, Hollywood is going to HAVE to make entertaining movies again… otherwise, they’ll watch as the entire movie industry collapses upon itself.

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  • Chee Nou Lo 2 years ago

    Epics need to come back.

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  • Robert Griffiths 2 years ago

    TOO LATE BILLY!!!You helped create this woke 💩 Now reap the benefits 😂😂😂

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  • Hero Chic 2 years ago

    I get this, but Bill bitches about MCU films which are very entertaining and a way to escape.

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  • Joey a 2 years ago

    Remember when movies used to be happy and good? Then he shoes Schindler’s list, milk, and 12 years a slave as an example…. this guy is a fucking joke. I liked bill Maher. Like what he stands for most of the time but this entire thing was absolutely wrong. If Schindler’s list came out today he would bash that as well. He clearly had seen none of these movies. None of these movies ask you to be sad. Nowhere in nomadland is it saying oh poor us. Its disrespectful to the entire movie making process as if Hollywood is just some guy in an office deciding what liberals should cry at next. This entire video was pathetic

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  • Craig Stamper 2 years ago

    What happened to Bill Maher? Couple of weeks ago he made the ridiculous argument that Grammys are the ultimate benchmark for musical excellence, when anyone with actual ears knows they’ve routinely honored commercial record company dreck over more interesting music. He basically claimed that record industry commercial pressure results in the cream rising to the top. Now he complains that the Oscars are too serious. Sure, that’s the problem – Hollywood doesn’t mass produce enough fantasy and infantilizing anesthetics. The nominees include some great, and highly entertaining movies. Bill is apparently disappointed that the Oscars aren’t closer to the Grammys, where record company execs maximizing profits off their biggest investments very often trumps musical excellence. The movie studios’ mindless, redundant, predictable big money flicks don’t merit Oscars. And they don’t need it. They’ve already made their producers fortunes.

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  • Rose4MLE 2 years ago

    How about not caring about these people getting awards anyway. I don’t think any of these actors care that you got the engineer of the year award. Yes, you can appreciate the feelings their films and performances stir up in you, but stop idolizing these people already. They didn’t cure cancer, they played pretend in front of a camera.

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  • Leisha Young 2 years ago

    Thanks for giving the ending of Promising Young Woman away Bill! Damn!

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  • Vinny 636 2 years ago

    This is so on target… I love these “New Rule” shorts!

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  • edgar serrato 2 years ago

    Isn’t that what Marvel movies are for. Ohhhh, thats right you find them childish. Well enjoy your depressing adult movies.

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  • M S 2 years ago

    Look no further than Arizona. You can’t buy a house here because the California liberals moving here don’t want to pay taxes, support illegals, get the homeless off the freeways in their own state…but they definitely want to tell their friends they voted for Biden. It’s just rich people pretending to be woke. Once the poor people, 90% of America, realize that color isn’t what divides us, all the soccer moms are going to have to think twice about waiting in that long drive thru line at Starbucks when a string of c class Mercedes are getting held up at gun point.

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  • BrownBricks 2 years ago

    Maher’s been critical of suphero comics and movies for being superficial and lowbrow, which is fair, but here he’s asking for less thought-provoking media. Personally, I love the catharsis a good tragedy can provide.

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  • Krystal Moss 2 years ago

    Maher really letting out that cultural conservative grift since Trump lost.

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  • Terry Jensen 2 years ago

    “The Immigrant Who Sh*t in a Coffee Can” 😂 😂 😂

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  • Prashant Bhatt 2 years ago

    Right on the point

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  • Mark G 2 years ago

    Sound of Metal was actually really good

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  • sakula sakic 2 years ago

    Bill has turned into Blue MAGA. Movies are about everyday struggles, and he wants Transformers or Godzilla vs Kong to be in the Oscars. He’s just butthurt that his neoLib is being called out for what they are – blue MAGA.

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  • Anna C 2 years ago

    Old Hollywood was very racist, omophobic and mysoginistic (I know new Hollywood it’s not perfect either).
    I don’t understand people who want to go back to the old times.

    Well maybe he wants to go back because in the old times movie were produced, wrote and directed by all white rich privileged men.

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  • Niko Pawlowic 2 years ago

    Well at least we got Godzilla Versus Kong to satisfy our need for escapism…

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  • Donald Clay 2 years ago

    In Memorial is Only Part of the Oscars I Want to See in These Last Few Years.

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  • Brian McCarthy 2 years ago

    Brilliant. Good for bill on this one. Wow, I didn’t know they made any movies in 2020, and now I know why I didn’t hear about them. LOL Yikes what a dreary bunch of PC humorless garbage. Hollywood is so irrelevant.

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  • Lee Lewis 2 years ago

    Preach

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  • Sunny 2 2 years ago

    🤔 Gee whiz Bill.. you’re darker than usual.. 😂 😘

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  • Patrick Kanas 2 years ago

    I’m no fan of Maher but this was a good one

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  • Hank Igoe 2 years ago

    outstanding, even by maher’s already high standards

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  • Phoebe Dinsmore 2 years ago

    So damn true. Hollywood is drowning in Wokeness, it’s insufferable.

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  • sinistar99 2 years ago

    His “good examples” included REDS and Schindler’s List, Harvey Milk. Literally some of the most absolutely depressing long movies ever made…

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  • Megalon73 2 years ago

    The Oscars movies this year. They are the worst nominations ever. The Academy just does wanna give a Pop Culture movie any credit. For the 1st ever. FUCK THE OSCARS!!!

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  • wujekcientariposta 2 years ago

    Just make them get ricky gervais to host and they will strighten up real quick xd

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  • Michael Higgins 2 years ago

    Bill does have his moments of clarity.

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  • Stanley Ezen 2 years ago

    “If your movie is so woke how come I’m falling asleep”

    Lmao

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  • Brack 2 years ago

    Wait, this is the same Bill Maher talking shit on “stupid” blockbuster movies and how Hollywood should make something meaningful? Telling us in the same breath to grow up. Hey Bill, hows about it wasn’t exactly a banner year for movies in general FOR SOME REASON and we were lucky to get these. A lot of us are really struggling and maybe indentify with some of the things these movies are saying.

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  • Michael O'Neal 2 years ago

    Better watch out for those ” active shooter ” jokes .

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  • judgegixxer 2 years ago

    The last time I watched a movie was in 1992. I have zero use for movies of all genres.
    If hollywood/netflix etc all disappeared off the face of the earth i wouldn’t care one bit.

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  • CCN Studios 2 years ago

    yeah schindler’s list was real entertaining bill. jesus christ has he actually watched any of these?

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  • Drew Denning 2 years ago

    Its the roaring 20’s!
    Have fun!!!!!!!!!

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  • Spencer Ingraham 2 years ago

    Got a real annoying audience?

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  • ldn0224 2 years ago

    Crazy to hear Bill quote Rush Limbaugh. Never thought that would happen.

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  • Sandra Ullmann 2 years ago

    Bill you always say it like it is the thoughts that are in other people’s mind transferred to yours I think it’s called ESP

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  • Dean Kruse 2 years ago

    Hollywood also accomodates the CCP too much.

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  • Graham Nickerson 2 years ago

    Never heard of any of these……

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  • Slim Paco 2 years ago

    Hollywood, it’s okay if white people are good at something. Let them make movies, I use to like them.

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  • T L 2 years ago

    AMEN!!!!! People are getting “Woked” to death

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  • Richard Kohler 2 years ago

    Bill just keeps nailing it.

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  • favor4afavor 2 years ago

    It’s almost like leftists are anger and depression addicts

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  • Peter L 2 years ago

    Double Indemnity. Best movie ever.

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  • 417altavista 2 years ago

    Hollywood just wants to tell us what’s wrong with us now! We pay them to tell us how shitty we are. Screw them and their twisted fucking moral set.

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  • 417altavista 2 years ago

    Being sad makes them feel like they aren’t part of the problem. It’s the old bait and switch. Look how bad you are, while we live like drunk sailors and rape and pillage the richest country’s money and live the dream life you dream of.

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  • Kyle Bennett 2 years ago

    Man, he should consider actually seeing these great movies, and not knee-jerking with the conservative whine machine. How is this commentary not a virtue signal, itself?

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  • Christopher Nuzzi 2 years ago

    This is why Godzilla vs Kong is cleaning up. EDIT: Lol he said it!

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  • TheRealLurtz 2 years ago

    And martin scorsese wonders why marvel movies do so well lol

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  • Pamela Estrada 2 years ago

    So true about movies. I just watch the old movies over and over

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  • Ruben Baeza 2 years ago

    People still watch the Oscars?

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  • Galumpa22 2 years ago

    Bill’s gotta lay off the woke mob sometimes. I agree with everything he says in these monologues, but they don’t resonate if he beats the same drum every single week. It feels like he’s finally becoming an out-of-touch, cranky old man this season. First time the show doesn’t feel like essential viewing in forever to me.

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  • Chas Burns 2 years ago

    Bill Maher and his elitist buddies inject the blood of young african children to fight aging.

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  • Terry H 2 years ago

    i liked you better with no idiotic audience that claps and yells every time you open your mouth or make an eye roll…

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  • SFC Tapia 2 years ago

    Last good movie was Jaws

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  • Bad name 2 years ago

    https://youtu.be/pmR2vQNGGxQ

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  • innocentx9000 2 years ago

    I’m beginning to question survival. Must be time for another drink.

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  • Kyle Magnuson 2 years ago

    Perhaps one of the most ignorant and comically illogical segments/rants Bill Maher has ever made. He said this year’s line-up of Oscar nominated films are “downers”, while images of great movies of the past played on the screen “12 Years a Slave” and “Schindler’s List”. Those films didn’t fit his criteria of sad or depressing? Yet, “Minari”, “Sound of Metal”, and “Nomadland” are labelled downers? Clearly someone didn’t watch the films this year.

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  • Freddy Atton 2 years ago

    I like this one.

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  • Frank Markus 2 years ago

    I wonder how much affordable housing there is around Bill’s neck of the woods…

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  • James Powers 2 years ago

    We are being socially engineered.

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  • Timmy Bailey 2 years ago

    judging by audience reaction bill is getting pretty close to the line of being unpersoned

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  • Daniel T. 2 years ago

    You’re late to the discussion, Bill. The internet has taken the talk regarding topics of entertainment & pop culture and wokeness when you were busy saying left-wing good, right-wing bad.

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  • Alex S 2 years ago

    Long time bill lover but man, never disagreed with him more, really having trouble picturing what movies bill likes to watch…and a big huge spoiler alert would’ve been nice.

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  • Giovanni Abbiati 2 years ago

    5:30 – Thank you, again and again

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  • Adriana Manjarrez 2 years ago

    I HATE YOUR EMPLOYEES OVER CHEERING OR THEYLL GET A DIRTY LOOK…IT WAS PERFECT WHEN YOU HAD THOSE OLD CLIPS…

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  • Rodin390 2 years ago

    👍🏻

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  • XGrand ChampX 2 years ago

    I usually go looking for 90s and 80s removies and TV shows I can watch/re-watch.
    Movies and TV shows are super dark, political and mostly lack creativity. If it got an ounch of humour it’s watered down to the point I can’t laugh at it..

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  • Wonder 2 years ago

    This isn’t just woke happenstance, this is social manipulation and I am tired of walking out to confront them in person alone. Do if yourself sissies, im moving to Mexico where men STRONG AND PROUD and women are STRONG AND BEAUTIFUL.
    best keep your weak BS up there now… its not welcome down south.

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  • Zanti 2 years ago

    Don’t worry, Mank, the one nominee not mentioned by Maher, will win. Don’t take the razor blades out of the medicine cabinet just yet.

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  • jediknight38 2 years ago

    This happened before during the 70’s when everything seemed gloomy and decrepit that most of the movies that came out during that time like “The Godfather”, “Taxi Driver”, “Death Wish”, “Serpico”, and “The French Connection” where you almost couldn’t tell the good guys from the bad were just as dark. It took a film like “Star Wars” to bring us back from the gloom.

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  • Spider-manana 2 years ago

    Wait are there options or not Bill? What a cry baby

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  • Stacey C 2 years ago

    Netflix had a movie recently called White Tiger. It had meaning AND it was funny and exciting. We need more movies like that.

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  • Badger 2 years ago

    Bill Maher, the man who’s finally realising his side are the problem in America

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  • Charlie Sanders 2 years ago

    He’s not wrong

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  • Charlie Sanders 2 years ago

    This is one reason Marvel has had such a great run. Not because they’re thought provoking cinematic masterpieces, but because they’re actually entertaining and fun to watch. This was also true about Star Wars up to The Last Jedi. There’s a reason dramas like A River Runs Through It were always well made and rare. We enjoy movies like that occasionally, but more often we’d like to watch action, comedy, etc… that makes you smile and laugh. Hollywood was better when it took itself less seriously.

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  • Night Owl 2 years ago

    Bill, are you suggesting, affordable housing is finally within my grasp? $300/month rent including utilities. I did, set that mark. I did say, if 300 is not doable, all hell gonna break loose. And I was not lowballing. Saying, if 300 is not doable, war is a coming. But nobody takes me seriously. 300/month including utilities? PFFF Impossible. Outrageous. Fine. Don’t take my word when I say, if rent don’t drop to 300… WAR is on the horizon. Now you can raise minimum wage to 15. But when you do, the rent gonna jump accordingly. see how that works? Capitalism fails when it comes to sheltering the poor. Question is. Can a country, survive, without poor people? That is, what we’re seeing happen right here right now in USA. Can a country survive, without poor people. Can a country survive with poor people, living on the streets? Not for long. No prosperity. Stagnancy. Zero prosperity. What is the solution? Government housing? That’s communism. Socialism.

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  • Joe Blow 2 years ago

    popcorn

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  • Queenofallmonkeys 2 years ago

    Bill you lil cherry picker… go watch Emily in Paris! .. and suicide squad two to watch Pete Davidson’s arms fall off!

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  • Sean Nissen 2 years ago

    Never even heard of any of those nominees

    This was bound to happen when they put literal affirmative action requirements into whether you can even be nominated while ignoring anything about how good or popular it is

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  • ZenCurry 2 years ago

    Right on!

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  • toxman99 2 years ago

    The Oscars used to be biased towards dramas. Then they narrowed it down to dramas depicting mental/physical illness or biopics. Now it’s about social injustice. They just get more depressing as the years go by.

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  • Jimmy Dempster 2 years ago

    bill maher is hit or miss for me but this is excellent and truth

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  • Pascal Vaudry 2 years ago

    I’d sure love to see that heidi heitkamp interview again….. I like to despise her

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  • Tj Ray 2 years ago

    A re-make of Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death more your thing, Bill??

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  • weldsj 2 years ago

    Nomad’s land is not particularly sad, more the pity. It doesn’t make you sentimental wishing for affordable housing while doing nothing to make it happen. It tells you not to worry: the homeless are happier that way.

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  • Nothingness 2 years ago

    but this human garbage is exactly like those people that he is calling out in this video. there is not a single difference.

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  • Jennifer 2 years ago

    Seem like interesting movies to me.

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  • Wolfsky9 2 years ago

    Finally——————Maher gets it right !

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  • Ian McLaughlin 2 years ago

    The Debbie’s better talking about a major world war that may breakout in the Ukraine, or with China, the bar is stacked high and the shit is about to fly into the fan.

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  • Phantom Lancers 2 years ago

    thx WOKE u destroy Liberal

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  • Rich Smith 2 years ago

    Nah change the name to the Karens.
    They all get up and lecture us all like a bunch of 40+ year old Karens.

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  • Oscar Walton 2 years ago

    Amen reverend

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  • Sea S 2 years ago

    thats the old bill i used to love

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  • Jesper Thorsson 2 years ago

    You reap what you sow Mr Maher – so why complain?

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  • Broke and Caffeinated 2 years ago

    Even though Godzilla vs Kong wasn’t exactly a terrific movie, it was good enough where not only it got people back in theaters and now people are actually wanting a Monsterverse!

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  • William Niesh 2 years ago

    Ok bill you nailed this one, now fuk off

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  • IRON Man 2 years ago

    THANK YOU FOR THIS BILL MAHER!

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  • IRON Man 2 years ago

    Wow, good man!!!

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  • I love lamp 2 years ago

    Good to know a classic liberal still exists. Well said Bill.

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  • IRON Man 2 years ago

    Dear Bill Maher, I hope you’d find this…if you do, you are helping us heal by segments like this. We all can be happy, and you are right enough despair.

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  • Ballenxj 2 years ago

    Too funny, but also true. I prefer watching older movies now days.

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  • Juan Carlos Vazquez 2 years ago

    Oh, good… now I don’t have to actually watch these movies he summed then up.

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  • Kevin Peterson 2 years ago

    God bills “comedy” is worse than Brenden schaub

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  • cb dUdE 2 years ago

    Starting to smell the roses eh?… bout time…

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  • Jim 2 years ago

    Rare W

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  • Tarcizio Pereira 2 years ago

    This was the worst New Rules segment I’ve ever seen! This year’s Oscar contenders are actually very good movies. Great character studies. Great acting. Some are really important stories told from new and unique perspectives.

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  • Z 2 years ago

    Godzilla vs. Kong was terrible too. It Was Michael Bay Transformers level stupid.

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  • TheBee87bee 2 years ago

    Well I’m watching Godzilla vs. Kong ,because I have cried enough this year and so have the rest of us!

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  • chrisg307 2 years ago

    Brought to you by a millionaire who has never experienced anything untoward.

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  • Hans Juker 2 years ago

    I’m not a leftist but I love Bill

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  • Duckbutta Jones 2 years ago

    The best part about his monologue is how sad and shocked his liberal audience is that they aren’t sure whether to laugh or gasp at his blasphemy.

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  • Joe K 2 years ago

    GeT wOkE gO bRoKe

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  • Dmitry Zhukov 2 years ago

    May I add my vote to this from overseas? I do not believe our filmmakers can get better that fast, so please, Hollywood! Hold on for another 5-7 years, at least!

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  • Andrew McManis 2 years ago

    Bill still doesn’t understand that homelessness it’s not a problem of not having a home. It’s interesting, he’s almost there, he almost sees it, but he can’t get past his authoritarian tendencies.

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  • Michael Shane 2 years ago

    Modern liberals aren’t liberals anymore. They’re white shaming regressives..

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  • Jimmy DaButler 2 years ago

    Hell must have frozen over because I find myself agreeing with Bill Maher.

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  • w c 2 years ago

    Maher is funnier then last year!

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  • Anna annanymous 2 years ago

    damn this is accurate af.

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  • Baramisio 2 years ago

    Yeah ok Bill act like the normal guy after 4 years of orange man bad tinfoil hats and he will never leave office bullshit, ok.

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  • Xaspirate 2 years ago

    This is concrete proof that our culture has never been worse! Certainly not in my lifetime. Everything SUCKS!

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  • Flamboyant Sniper 2 years ago

    It’s the same with Disney/Marvel and DC with characters that’s partially aimed at children. “Are you a boy? Say sorry to all the women and girls, because you’re inherently a sexist! Are you white child? Well you’re a bad person, because you and every white person you know are a racist. Are you a black child? All white people hate you and everybody and everything is holding you down …so don’t bother.”

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  • KillerBebe 2 years ago

    It’s a SJW problem

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  • Vince Gray 2 years ago

    I wish the audience wouldn’t clap so much, it’s annoying!

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  • Wannabe Shady90 2 years ago

    Hollywood: Look at us. We’re So woke now.
    Also Hollywood: Why is Anime is popular all of a sudden? 😂

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  • Dusty Barker 2 years ago

    We need a separate award ceremony so Boss Level and Frank Grillo can get the credit they deserve.

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  • I A H 2 years ago

    I stopped watching the Oscars back in 2000. They skipped over DUDE, WHERE’S MY CAR. Entertainment counts for something.

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  • Meitti 2 years ago

    Hollywood directors and producers making products to virtue signal, not realizing common people have shitty enough lives already and they go to movies to escape their lives.

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  • Father Lucid 2 years ago

    White fragility = modern day Mein Kampf

    Hollywood can tell you all about it

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  • Ian Clifford 2 years ago

    So what are Bill’s favourite bits in the fun movies that he had scrolling? Ralph Fiennes shooting the girl in Schinldler’s list, the whipping of Lepita Nyongo in 12 years a slave, the hilarious genocide in Apocalypse Now, the heart warming racism of 12 Angry Men? Was Citizen Kane fun?, Casablanca? To Kill a Mockingbird? Sorry Bill, but you are just whining.

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  • Richard Zavala 2 years ago

    Bill is right but his politics go hand in hand with the culture that bred this woke shit. Hes either too blind or too arrogant to admit it.

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  • Jan Dolme 2 years ago

    Truuuuuuuuuue

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  • Bishop Holt 2 years ago

    I know monster flicks aren’t really Bill’s kind of movie, but Godzilla vs Kong rocked in my opinion. It gave you a gigantic bout to remember.

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  • Tom Godwin 2 years ago

    Iam 38 yrs old i have never once been “excited about seeing the oscars

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  • Robin C 2 years ago

    Kyle Dunnigan “okay”.

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  • Hoganply 2 years ago

    Feel bad movies have their place, but that place isn’t _everywhere._

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  • Carl Star 2 years ago

    Is bill leaving the PC bullshit he used to always hate and is coming back to us, that care about personal lives and freedoms? You quitting your virtual signalling Bill? Are you still bought and paid for?

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  • thechinaboy 2 years ago

    No worried, we got Thunder Force for you…

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  • gcell10 2 years ago

    Honda’s ghost won’t stop screaming at me when to see GvK-Martin Scorsese

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  • Kid Funko 2 years ago

    Liberals need to feel sad because it makes what is coming next easier to swallow. We are now on your shores America and we coming to clean you out.

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  • MrBaxtrax 2 years ago

    Hollywood’s no longer liberal, “liberal i.e. liberating, liberty” should bring joy and a smile. Not authoritarianism, quotas, and depression. It’ sad when some of the best least propaganda filled movies I have seen this year were were made by a communist regime.

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  • Lisa Park 2 years ago

    I agree with you Bill. I guess once a year i agree with you, lol
    Woke liberals are angry all the time that’s why Hollywood doesn’t make a good movie anymore : b They can’t !!

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  • Dan Burke 2 years ago

    I disagree with Bill Maher here. Movies are not necessarily made for escape. If only light-hearted movies were nominated, Bill would complain that Hollywood only cares for unrealistic films and doesn’t even want to face the real issues going on in the world. It’s a lose-lose either way.

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  • BooGoo80 2 years ago

    I worked at a film festival for many years and every singe year over 95% of all the movies selected were about suicide, depression, rape, domestic violence, yada, yada, yada, it’s absolute nonsense. Any time some one attending asked me what I’ve seen so far I always respond with “nothing”.

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  • Caine Marko 2 years ago

    Good point, Bill. But just to add one more layer to it. The people making these movies don’t need escapism, so they don’t want to produce any. Their lives are perfect. Yes, COVID was terribly rough on them. I mean being cooped up in their 10,000 sq ft mansion, with all the latest technologies and pools and tennis courts was hard. But, joking aside, they make these movies because they have no real problems and they feel guilty. As if somehow we, the common people, have to be reminded of the hardships of the world. They are so myopic, lost in their own worlds. They think that we all need a lesson in reality, while they are nowhere near it.

    The irony of Nomandland is, in the year that it came out, more people became homeless than in recent memory. What did Francis and Chloe do about that? They made a movie. So brave. It will sweep. If the buzz is to be believed. They will all give a speech about what “I” need to do about homelessness. Then they will all go back to their mansions. Fuck off.

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  • Mike Fincher 2 years ago

    I found plenty of ways to “escape” from reality during the past year… I just didn’t depend on the Oscars to show me how to do it. 🤷‍♂️

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  • cool fur u 2 years ago

    It’s scary that I find myself agreeing with this man more and more. I’m on the far right we used to be hated enemies but now the things he says make sense. The world has been turned upside down.

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  • Gabriel Kent 2 years ago

    5:18 this

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  • Gabriel Kent 2 years ago

    5:18

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  • Lawg Bope 2 years ago

    It is quite ironic that you are now complaining about the very same people you helped to stabilish in politics, hollywood and music.

    You are one of them, Bill. You are another waste of sperm.

    Celebrate the result: it is on you and your folks.

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  • Juan Ch 2 years ago

    This is why I went to watch “Nobody” & “Godzilla v Kong”

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  • Cheree Lotter 2 years ago

    God it’s so cringey how he keeps pausing for applause

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  • General Tso 2 years ago

    Bill Maher has never gone woke and been consistent even if there’s a little TDS every now and then much respect

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  • Smitty K 2 years ago

    Way to go Bill who hit the nail on the head.

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  • Leonard Persin 2 years ago

    I’m not a democrat and still agree with a lot bill says these days

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  • Tyler Buckner 2 years ago

    “We we’re gonna have an In Mamoriam segment, but it wasn’t diverse enough.”
    -Ricky Gervais

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  • ThePowerBunny 2 years ago

    Imagine Bill Maher hosting the Oscars: “welcome to the Debbie’s…I mean the Oscars…”

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  • vin 2 years ago

    Does it seem like less people are clapping?

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  • James butler 2 years ago

    You’re exactly right on this,I mean damn what happened???!

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  • R H 2 years ago

    Jesus Christ, even double minded genuine Christians with a sense of humor are laughing out loud at the blunt truth. It’s hard to not like you bill except when you talk shit about Jesus, you faithless bastard lol

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  • oiooi 2 years ago

    Absolutely spot on. Brilliant take down of Streep, Clooney and Co and what their virtue signalling and empty political gestures has done to movies. Boring movies nobody has ever heard of or will want to see.

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  • James butler 2 years ago

    You are absolutely 💯 right

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  • Albert Nyakundi 2 years ago

    I wouldnt feel honored being nominated because I am black! Tokenism nonsense!

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  • vpl7582 2 years ago

    Damn Bill you spoiled a few of those movies for me. Still funny tho lol

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  • Nik 2 years ago

    Bill Maher is one of those rare, old-school liberals with balls, and they unfortunately represent a dying breed because spineless, politically correct leftists are taking over…

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  • The Redbirds 2 years ago

    Bill keeps reeling me back with segments like this.

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  • Thunderwalker87 Help Me To Gensoyko - 幻想郷に行くのを手伝って 2 years ago

    Bill once again shows off how he is like Trump mistaking television/movies for reality and Hollywood for reality. The oscars, the emmies, all of those Hollywood awards are setup to basically promote movies, they are NOT indicators of the quality of that movie. This is well established and is an open-secret, meaning that it is not widely advertised but is admitted. But that failure to understand how audiences don’t want to be spoon fed happy-talk anymore when they have come to realize that happy-talk is why the world is on fire, racism is still unresolved, and the world is in a deep recession due to an ongoing world pandemic.

    Its like maybe audiences realize that maybe part of the problem was we kept being okay with mind-numbing, the thing that literally made the inventor of television to hate television, and maybe audiences have caught up with why he hated it.

    But Bill Maher doesn’t get it. He wants light, color, and movement to make him feel good. He want his brain to go numb. He wants not to think about suffering or how it is apart of the human experience, very especially in lately in America and the world, and how all indicators are is that there is going to be a lot more suffering in the future… that maybe the world doesn’t revolve around Bill Maher, doesn’t revolve around his mistaking Hollywood for reality, doesn’t revolve around his need for brain-numbing, doesn’t revolve around his need for Hollywood to make him happy, and doesn’t exist in a bubble where he doesn’t have to suffer like the rest of the world does.

    So this whole segment could of been compressed into a small joke about how the oscars are a bit negative for his taste, he turned it into a preachy tone-deaf anti-liberal and anti-compassion segment. Maybe Bill doesn’t see movies about suffering and experience compassion or solidarity. Maybe Bill isn’t capable of experiencing or understanding solidarity and compassion for his fellow man… he thinks his fellow man is there to make him happy. If giving them something to make him happy then hes all for it, if its them doing something that makes him sad thats bad. There is a term for that, its a sociopath.

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  • Rachelle Peterson 2 years ago

    for real!🤣🤣🤣 Said he had to work so I went to the show alone…sad movies always makes me cry.🤣🤣🤣

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  • A G 2 years ago

    That’s why Animes are better than Hollywood movies

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  • Eric Mend 2 years ago

    I love the parts when even Bill gets annoyed with his overly excited audience.

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  • VAMPYBITES 2 years ago

    These passed 3 or 4, 5 generations do not have an imagination!
    All they know is to make SEQUELS!!
    If THAT’S all you can give,
    to YOUR PUBLIC,
    YOUR in the wrong BUSINESS!!!!

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  • kathryn smith 2 years ago

    Absolutely no one cares about Oscars! Perhaps we can expect another cathartic “I take responsibility “ montage staring Julianne Moore on how awful the awards show is.

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  • Mountain LWolf 2 years ago

    he sounds like the typical ornery grandpa

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  • Patrick Skramstad 2 years ago

    So depressing… How Russian of them…

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  • cd 2 years ago

    In other words I’m a whiny white male and only my grievances matter, if you tell a story I don’t approve of then I’ll complain about it.

    Its getting kinda old Bill whining and complaining about the so called “whiners and complainers”, talk about irony/hypocrisy

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  • Maria Uribe 2 years ago

    Gee, thanks for the spoilers!

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  • George Mpumelelo Junior Longweni 2 years ago

    This guy has the worst audience! Laughing at the dumbest things and clapping every two seconds! Damn it’s annoying!

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  • s21972012145525 2 years ago

    Or is it because they started having more diverse judges who related to movies that represented their families even in just appearances? 🤔

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  • s21972012145525 2 years ago

    Someone introduce bill to Bollywood. Escapism at its finest

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  • s21972012145525 2 years ago

    Solution: Indian movies!!!

    Also that desi guy looks like joe Pesci from jfk!!!

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  • s21972012145525 2 years ago

    Speaking of movies:

    that guy looks like joe Pesci from jfk!!!! It’s a must watch! Love Kevin Costner

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  • SRS15 2 years ago

    I may not agree with him most of the time but Props to Bill for being bold. Some of those jokes made me cringe but they were funny. We need more of this. I think Bill may have found a niche. I can almost forgive him for the wreck the economy comment several years ago

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  • Terry Gavette 2 years ago

    Please leave us the movies, AND SPORTS.

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  • hoyit 2 years ago

    No matter how more and more conservative I become, I’ll always be a fan of Bill. He’s a classic liberal who is always a comedian first.

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  • Robert Anderson 2 years ago

    Wow Bill! When you are right, you are really right. Great stuff. Thanks.

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  • Joe 2 years ago

    Spot on

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  • Jan Capek 2 years ago

    One of the biggest mystery in life is the question “How can Bill Maher be a Democrat, and not a Republican.” He says all the right things, and then goes and votes for Dems.

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  • KIM Jin- hyub 2 years ago

    *Well, These are the times we are living*

    People little realise how much American Culture has changed in Last 20 years since Sopranos

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  • Thoughts Before Actions 2 years ago

    Is this the same guy that complains about superhero movies and that people should be watching deeply philosophical movies?

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  • shonz88 2 years ago

    His guests are the target audience for the crappy new Oscar movie storylines in the last decade, yet they are laughing like they hate the movies. Then stop complaining on social media……

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  • shonz88 2 years ago

    The yuppies loving this segment are the same people Maher says he hates. You don’t even realize when you’re being made fun of….

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  • Nunuravenous Raven 2 years ago

    I typically am on the fence with some of his view poinents but he’s spot on with his view about movies that are being put out lately. I’ve been watching to many movies lately that by the end leave me sad, mildly depressed or with heightened anxiety. Too much gloom and doom dressed as realism. -A Moderate Democrat

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  • Flávio Andrade 2 years ago

    Bill Maher for President

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  • Haddassah B 2 years ago

    I rather watch Chinese fantasy series than watch any Hollywood movie is becoming weird. Very weird

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  • Evaldas Jocys 2 years ago

    Hollywood reminds me movie industry in Soviet Union before collapse (~1980-1990). Uplifting movies were slowly replaced with dark, depressing shows about immoral trash. Self-flagellating people, without vision, on how to improve the future, took over. In a lot of modern movies you can clearly see that writers are selfish and lack honesty, but not aware about this, therefore their “heroes” frequently act more like psychopaths on power trips and without consideration about others.

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  • Brian Rodgers 2 years ago

    So, where’s YOUR comedy, Mr. Bill? You have none? No, but … wait for it! … the inevitable liberal-bashing! When did YOU turn to the “Dark Side”, Mr. Maher?

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  • Rebecca Chou 2 years ago

    Why isn’t our country doesn’t report this news to All Americans at all ?
    And it’s on international news that every other country is complaining, protesting and against Japan for doing such selfish thing that is jeopardizing all our health in the world by dumping their nuclear waste in the ocean !!
    If we United state is protecting Japan why isn’t there is no news is talking about this most dangerous matter most and most horrible thing that Japanese government is doing to all of us ? People don’t know what’s going to happen to them
    They are dumping Nuclear waste that will cause cancer to all Americans. We no longer can eat any seafood any fishes and how can we go to Japanese restaurants in the future? We can die from cancer .
    Many countries like China Korea , Taiwan , Singapore , Philippine, China , are all against Japanese government for doing such horrible thing Nuclear waste is going to be dumped in Pacific Ocean by Japan . And the nuclear waste will come to near the ocean to California and it will be dangerous to all of us here in United state 6 months from now . We United state , our government says nothing at all !! Why ? What’s wrong with our news ? Not reporting this news to warn all Americans people that our lives and health in danger ? This is more dangerous for al Americans people that we will eat all seafood & fish . Salmon & tuna contains nuclear waste and we will get cancer from fish & canned food we eat .
    Our government is not only protecting Japanese government doing such a selfish thing to harm our health they are thinking about not to influence the business here . That’s why we have zero news here . They are blocking this news for us to know . It will be in our body . What about women who are pregnant ? How about our kids ? No one cares . This is certainly no less dangerous then Covid . I don’t know how you can use this news to make a comedy story so people can try to ignore and keep eating fish ? Maybe ?

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  • Julie Roccia 2 years ago

    This is ridiculous, not only did you speak of spoilers about movies, its clear speaking about how ” depressing” and “woke” you think these movies are that you did not see them at all. You should never speak about something you have no clue about. This segment is total BS. This years slate of movies shed more light on independent movies that got a lot of people through a difficult year, with uplifting stories, not depressing ones.

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  • St Ozz 2 years ago

    When I pull up RT to see what movies are coming it almost makes me sad.
    I used to love movies now its lots of horror and serious preachy movies in droves
    Somewhere along the way Hollywood lost their way and are no longer entertaining.

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  • Eric G 2 years ago

    Maher makes it so easy to be semi-woke.

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  • Marko Garcia 2 years ago

    Everything’s over politicized. You asked for a left version of tea party you got it

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  • Marjorie Miller 2 years ago

    Love it: If your movie is so woke, why am I falling asleep? 🤣!!!

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  • Randy Simpson 2 years ago

    I gave up watching murders and torture for entertainment when Game of Thrones came out. We are a screwed up society when we watch extreme violence for escapism and call showing a female nipple on broadcast TV immoral.

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  • Alweezee 2 years ago

    “Yeah!” “Wooh!” “Alright!”

    These audience members will clap at anything.

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  • uptown funk 2 years ago

    liberals are ruining america

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  • Night Owl 2 years ago

    Everyone must be gay now, to be politically correct. You’ve noticed too. Interracial sex, and homosexuality are a Hollywood obsession. And must be injected into every script. Fempowerment, also super popular in Hollywood, as is, white guilt, white male shaming.

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  • Neil armSchlong 2 years ago

    The week on ‘Old man shouts at cloud’.

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  • eighteeninseventytwo 2 years ago

    I’ve occasionally wondered (during bouts of severe boredom) when the participation category for an oscar will occur.

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  • John Granato 2 years ago

    The best show on TV

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  • Patric Blake 2 years ago

    the oscars have cancelled themselves.

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  • Scrypher 2 years ago

    Antidepressants should be included with every Oscar.

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  • Frank Castle 2 years ago

    Why spoil the ending of two of the movies without spoiler warning? Take my first dislike.

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  • George Oliver 2 years ago

    Big thumbs down for spoilers

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  • Alicja Bee 2 years ago

    Bullshit, biased opinion. As if anyone would fall asleep during Promising young woman…

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  • Carlos Arroyo 2 years ago

    You are the Man Bill! I wish there were more smart and analytic people like you.

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  • Ole Albrecht 2 years ago

    haha this was truely amazing, bill is a savage!

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  • ANDRES TAMAYO 2 years ago

    Best Picture use to include: Gladiator, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Gangs of New York, Casablanca, The Godfather, Forest Gump, Chinatown, and Pulp Fiction,. Now? Now?! It’s, MARVEL cartoon characters and, “Let us(the film industry), flounder and wallow in human misery, inequality(real or not) and things not being fair, as well as displaying some pseudo moral superiority..” the film Industry died a few years ago. Thanks god for NETFLIX and Youtube.

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  • ProGamerDude 2 years ago

    Damn, I really wanted to watch promising young woman.

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  • Philip Fleming 2 years ago

    Hollywood sucks

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  • Travis Pickering 2 years ago

    Hollywood sucks balls

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  • sealyoness 2 years ago

    I’m with Bill, would it have killed them to come out with upbeat, hopeful, positive movies? The best thing that’s happened in two years is my adopted kitty had 5 kittens today! HURRAH, Celebrate LIFE. Ms Molliy, Queen of al Beggars, is fine, thank you. And the babies are PERFECT. Je suis content.

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  • Ronnie 2 years ago

    Wow, I look at that “Best picture” list, and I have not even heard of ANY of them.
    I’m still waiting for “I am Sam II; Still ‘Tarded!”.

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  • Jim Walsh 2 years ago

    I just saw “Promising Young Woman”; boy, did he nail it…

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  • S Negi 2 years ago

    I Love this human ♥

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  • debra keyes 2 years ago

    Please stop assocoating my name with negativity. Not fair. People R suggestible. You will lose a loyal fan, indeed, BILL.

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  • Marilyn Sullivan 2 years ago

    You have great writers, love your show.

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  • Amanda Smith 2 years ago

    Careful, Mr. Maher.

    They’ll cancel you next.

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  • Linda Douglass 2 years ago

    Well, that is what we get when the Radical woke Leftists are in charge. 2021, the year of a President that is cognitively challenged. BLM and ANTIFA being allowed to riot, while the police are being defunded. Blue states are still being vaccinated and 3 masks are encouraged, schools are not open and a Governor whose decisions killed 15,000 seniors, whose behavior has been accused by 9 women, who wrote a book by employees AND still sitting in office. Forgot, he is planning to give $15,000 to illegals in New York. (Probably from a Liberal Bill that my taxes will be paying for) Other Blue States have problems with BLM members taking over parts of cities, or crime statistics going up. Schools and businesses still closed. Through a President’s bad judgement (or someone’s)
    our border has been opened, allowing children without families with them to flood our country. Along with sex traffickers, dope dealers, and God only knows who else. Of course this administration has a plan, benefits, no background or health checks and of course amnesty (the most important).
    The hope of course is Democratic votes. Cheap labor for donors. This is the plan and it helps, no one whether born here or legally immigrated, and took the citizenship class will be able to vote Democratic. Oh yes lest l forget on the first day of Presidency over 42,000 Americans have lost their jobs.
    Which is probably why they are allowing the borders to be flooded and all illegals to have their citizenship. The way this administration is going, don’t think things are going to go their way come 2022. Yet, there is still hope, bias main stream news still lies to Americans.
    I could go on and on how they want the government to be in control of elections, no ID’s and no checks and balances- wow that sounds legal. Pack the Supreme Court, teach children about transgender and how to be less white and that all whites are racist (except Liberals), to hate America, Constitution and the Bill of rights. I call that Marxism and l don’t call that America.
    Every country sees us as week, so we need to learn to speak Mandarin, throw in Spanish and of course Russian for good measure. I don’t think most Democrats understood what was going to happen when they voted for Biden. I would say impeach him, but l am more afraid of Harris (she is an idiot) or Pelosi because she is just hateful and with her millions she doesn’t give a sh*t about Americans.

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  • Sean PM 2 years ago

    Virtue signaling and identity politics.

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  • Rodycaz II 2 years ago

    Promising Young Woman is a very entertaining movie though. I highly recommend it.

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  • Nick Cappiello 2 years ago

    Biill Maher… The only guy who doesn’t realize art imitates life.

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  • marisa monteiro 2 years ago

    Liberal Minds finding Their new church 😉

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  • xzn1989 2 years ago

    I am sorry, is he the same guy who complained about how stupid Superhero movies are or am I having a stroke right now?

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  • mogznwaz 2 years ago

    Woke is a secular religion but without the forgiveness or compassion. And I say that as a liberal and an atheist. Right now I feel more kinship with my conservative, and moderately Christian, friends than anyone on the so called progressive left. They’re fecking lunatics frankly.

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  • Bob Jones 2 years ago

    Nope, I like tragic and bittersweet movies.

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  • Charlie Seacrist 2 years ago

    Hell yes Bill!

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  • someone 2 years ago

    Which brings back the old question: why don’t they nominate comedies? They have to stop thinking about comedy as an inferior genre.

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  • gavintiegirl 2 years ago

    BINGO on all points! Bill is worth saving!

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  • fuferito 2 years ago

    I’m here for the spoilers.

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  • fuferito 2 years ago

    Actors in _A Fish Called Wanda_ and _My Cousin Vinnie_ (both comedies) were awarded Oscars.
    Those days are long gone.
    Only Dramas and horrific shit gets recognized nowadays, and everyone knows it’s way harder to make someone laugh than to depress them.

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  • Amy Hutchinson 2 years ago

    It’s almost as if the pharmaceutical companies are the only ones winning anymore with vaccines and anti- depressant meds..hmmmm?

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  • Amy Hutchinson 2 years ago

    Thanks for actually making us laugh Bill!

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  • Amy Hutchinson 2 years ago

    I’ve always said the right has the “I’ll pray for you” peeps and the left has the “self hatred and guilt and lecturing”- both make themselves feel like they are doing something without ACTUALLY helping!

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  • SAAAR 2 years ago

    Fantastic show.

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  • Richard Grayson 2 years ago

    “We all had a bad year, but a little escapism would have been…”
    Welcome.
    In Dec 1941, “Sullivan’s Travels”,
    a satire on the film industry, was previewed.
    It’s about a famous comedy director who wants to make a socially relevant drama.
    He becomes a vagrant drifter to gain life experience for his film.
    After many trials & tribulations, including getting jailed and working on a Chain Gang, he ends up going to a movie comedy and discovers that laughter is the best medicine in times of trouble. As a result, he goes back to Hollywood to make another comedy. 80 years later and film makers need to relearn that lesson.
    Bill, you hit that nail on the head, again.

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  • RexO Deuce 2 years ago

    Bill “Outwoking” the “Woke” without actually doing something about it.
    Pretty darn “Woke”.🤔

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  • Culture Sculptor 2 years ago

    You could learn something though by watching the Oscar nominees if you’re open minded enough to consider other perspectives, which Bill Maher isn’t. If it ain’t sports spending that lines his pockets, he ain’t interested.

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  • Culture Sculptor 2 years ago

    Bill Maher has become Mr. POS. I used to enjoy his “work”.

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  • Ja Ich 2 years ago

    Virtue signaling:
    “Could it be that being sad allows you to feel like you’re doing something about a problem without actually having to do anything?
    Like the poor lady living in her van. There is a solution to homelessness: building affordable housing, possibly in your neighborhood.
    But do people including liberals vote for that? No. They fight it.
    But it does make them sad. Withoug affecting home values.
    Virtue signaling has already ruined most of the internet, the publishing industry, the New York Times and most of the colleges where football isn’t a priority. Please leave us the movies.”

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  • Sandy Armstrong 2 years ago

    I think he is regularly on POINT or seriously funny none the less he gets the crowd to understand issues both sides.

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  • VCR Time Machine 2 years ago

    They used to have a nice mix of “serious” cinema and crowd pleasers in the nominations. Hell, they even nominated COMEDIES once in a while. Star Wars, Raiders of the Lost Ark, E.T., Jaws, Lord of the Rings, etc.all were given Best Picture nominations BEFORE they expanded to the 10 possible nominees.

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  • Ozzi Ramsay 2 years ago

    Those out in the audience clapping, don’t realize he is talking about them

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  • Darrell Connolly 2 years ago

    bill is a whiny old man that’s all he does

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  • Keyser Soze 2 years ago

    Ppl are tiered of the dumb S it the woke mob wants everyone to believe. Literally it’s that simple!

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  • Gabonzo 2 years ago

    There have been great movies for decades about injustice. The difference between now and then is that the movies made in previous decades dealt with these subjects in an engaging way that didn’t make me want 2 hours of my life back afterward. A good example of bad film 101 is Exterminate All the Brutes, a 4-hour “documentary” about how white people are apparently the root of every bad thing that has ever happened since the dawn of time and how individual choices and socioeconomics don’t matter in light of the omnipotent power of the white man. Even those Appalachians are in on it!

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  • Sol 2 years ago

    Apparently Bill has never seen any of the hundreds of superhero films made in the last 10+ years.

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  • fgfgfgf 2 years ago

    The spiritual descendants of the Soviet Union are winning.

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  • grockcomedy 2 years ago

    So glad you called out liberals and their fight against public housing. My upper middle class suburb of Tinley Park, IL fought public housing vehemently even when it was mandated by the federal government.

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  • Rose Macaskie 2 years ago

    Bill you should not let your therapist give you verbal abuse. I was not taught to argue with criticism but you need to it helps you to stop people who merely want to sit on you from doing so you unfairly. Take criticism but fine it down. Dont take more than is abslutely fair or you get into the hands of bullies.

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  • JR Auc 2 years ago

    Yep, “entertainment” is not ENTERTAINMENT any longer.

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  • PettankoEnthusiast 2 years ago

    Basically, the leftwing version of the religious right’s self-flagellation. If you’ll excuse me, I will _not_ repent for anything.

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  • Jay V. 2 years ago

    How was trial of the chicago 7 a “debbie downer”?

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  • Aeimos 2 years ago

    Whenever Maher talks about the better days of this country, he always harkens back to the era of racism, segregation and when this nation was mostly White. ☺️

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  • Niall Collins 2 years ago

    Thanks for dropping an ending spoiler for Promising Young Woman, ya so and so…

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  • killerdude35 2 years ago

    This is how I felt about the transition of the music scene from the 80’s to the 90’s.

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  • Munquis DeSade 2 years ago

    You can’t get anymore white privilege than bitchin about the oscars.

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  • Konnor Foxworth 2 years ago

    At this point, it’s best to just produce your own films nowadays. Forget Hollywood, just stick to your own guns.

    I already got some ideas planning out for the future. This includes a gory, live-action Ninja Turtles series and a Rankin Bass stop-motion revival type of film.

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  • Dylan Kennedy 2 years ago

    I think we’ve found Rush Limbaugh’s replacement

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  • Warraci 2 years ago

    Go woke, go broke. Hollywood has yet to learn this, being so busy preaching and screeching at us whilst patting themselves upon the back. Only movies I had any interest in this year was the Snyder cut and Godzilla. No lectures, just entertainment.

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  • ed norton 2 years ago

    I have been invited to a not watching the Oscars party. It looks like it will be a great evening.

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  • MARLO TREE 2 years ago

    Yip Black Masks Matter!

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  • John Nostrand 2 years ago

    With all the rules now, the Oscar’s are like 48 film contests.

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  • Jeff 2 years ago

    2018 – “Fuck comic book movies!”

    2021 – “A little escapism would be appreciated.”

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  • Emrys Wyllt 2 years ago

    Finally !!!!!!!!!

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  • Jonna Url 2 years ago

    I lost interest in anything what comes out of Hollywood or is living there . What a waste of your time getting lectured by those overpaid brain washed people , not with my money.

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  • llamasarus1 2 years ago

    According Bill, doing something about affordable housing means voting for people who supposedly want to build affordable housing. I’d argue that voting is a way of “doing something” without actually doing anything, but makes people feel good about themselves. Not that there’s anything wrong with voting but you’re not doing as much as you think you are. And chances are, your beloved elected officials aren’t going to alleviate your bleeding hearts by doing anything either.

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  • e.fortuny whitton 2 years ago

    👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻🙌🏻😂

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  • TWSTF 8 2 years ago

    Nails it again lol 😆 🤪 😜 👍

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  • Lea Utsira 2 years ago

    and so look on you tube, You’re Kidding Right? Karen Davis, title ‘Ehrn zyour Husband Transitions” really good, better than sad emoji

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  • Lea Utsira 2 years ago

    “When Your Husband transitions” (sorry)

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  • Susan Tunbridge 2 years ago

    In Canada, we can’t see this full show without paying Crave for it, on top of HBO, and can’t find out how much that would be but it appears to be $30/$40 a month, but probably more. I realize we are a small, plague-ridden nation led by a simpleton, but couldn’t you make it easier?

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  • Ben Tarran 2 years ago

    What a cringe take. All good movies

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  • TheOmmW 2 years ago

    Wes Anderson’s new film should’ve come out this year man 🙁

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  • CharlieBarbarossa 2 years ago

    Dude, spoilers!

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  • Natalie S 2 years ago

    K-drama man, Koreans know how to tell a story and they know how to make a visually appealing series. All I need to watch are k-dramas they’re the best,💕💕💕

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  • Jump with the Devil 2 years ago

    Bill’s absolutely killing it! Great writers, and great delivery. Beats most talk show hosts out there today.

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  • rocco mastrangioli 2 years ago

    We need buffy the vampire slayer

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  • Raphanne 2 years ago

    Well, I really liked Minari, The father and Nomadland…

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  • michael ikoro 2 years ago

    I like this guy

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  • Tom Carlos 2 years ago

    Excellent commentary! Bill should tag team with Ricky Gervais!

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  • steve conn 2 years ago

    Funny how he just spoils the ending of Promising Young Woman.

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  • Disgusted 2 years ago

    Promising Young Woman is a good movie, but Bill is spoiling it here. I watched anyway.

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