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Trump controlled by the KGB/Mossad – Part II Posted on November 8, 2016

2020.07.13 04:27 CoZza_86 Trump controlled by the KGB/Mossad – Part II Posted on November 8, 2016

This picture taken on July 28, 2019 shows two giant Israeli Likud Party election banners hanging from a building showing Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu shaking hands with US President Donald Trump (L) and Russian President Vladimir Putin, with a caption above reading in Hebrew “Netanyahu, in another league”, in the coastal Mediterranean city of Tel Aviv. (Photo by JACK GUEZ / AFP) (Photo credit should read JACK GUEZ/AFP/Getty Images) Part I Part II Part III Part IV Part V
By Timothy Fitzpatrick November 8, 2016
Trump’s 9/11 lie about dancing Muslims helps Mossad coverup Late last year, Donald Trump re-affirmed the official 9/11 story, carefully designed by former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak[i] and Israel’s Mossad, perpetuated by the Jewish-dominated American media. He lied about a very important event in the 9/11 story, what has come to be known as the “Dancing Israelis”.
“Hey, I watched when the World Trade Center came tumbling down,” Trump told rally goers in Birmingham, Alabama Nov. 21, 2015. “And I watched in Jersey City, N.J., where thousands and thousands of people were cheering as that building was coming down. Thousands of people were cheering.”[ii]
By the context of his speech, he implied that it was thousands of Muslims cheering in the streets of Jersey. Then, a day later, Trump confirmed in an interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos that he, indeed, was talking about Muslims.
“There were people that were cheering on the other side of New Jersey, where you have large Arab populations. They were cheering as the World Trade Center came down. I know it might be not politically correct for you to talk about it, but there were people cheering as that building came down — as those buildings came down. And that tells you something. It was well covered at the time, George. Now, I know they don’t like to talk about it, but it was well covered at the time. There were people over in New Jersey that were watching it, a heavy Arab population, that were cheering as the buildings came down. Not good.”[iii]
Even the Jewish-controlled New York Times couldn’t accept the preposterous claims by Trump.
“How alarmed were New Jersey officials by reports of Muslims dancing in the streets of Jersey City and Paterson on Sept. 11, 2001, to celebrate the destruction of the World Trade Center? They feared riots would break out and were ready to send in the National Guard and the State Police to preserve order. But John J. Farmer Jr., then the New Jersey attorney general and the state’s chief law enforcement officer, said on Tuesday that he ordered an investigation that very day and found the reports to be bogus, more wild stories born in the stricken hours after the attacks.”[iv]
Ivanka Trump and husband Jared Kushner share a laugh with 9/11 conspirator and former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak in September. Barak has flown on predator Jeffrey Epstein’s private jet and is listed in his contact book. However, the New York Times and the rest of the mainstream media joined Trump in covering up the 9/11 conspiracy overall, because they omitted the real dancing celebrants, who were actually a small group of Israelis, likely working as Mossad operatives, possibly having been involved in the conspiracy itself. This despite that the New York Times, embarrassingly, was among the first to break the true story of dancing Israelis celebrating on 9/11. Did they cite their old story from 9/11 in the midst of Trump’s controversial lie about 9/11? No. They would rather pretend that the story didn’t exist.
“The New York Times reported Thursday that a group of five men had set up video cameras aimed at the Twin Towers prior to the attack on Tuesday, and were seen congratulating one another afterwards.”[v]
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak (C) has a private conversation with the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin (R) and an unidentified man (L) after a 02 Novmber 1999 luncheon in Oslo, Norway, City Hall. — PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP via Getty Images) On Sept. 20, 2001, nine days after the attack on the World Trade Center, it came out in the American Free Press that these celebrants were Israelis and that New York police arrested them[vi] shortly after witnesses reported their strange behaviour.[vii]
“At least three different groups of Israelis—some of whom may have ties to Israel’s intelligence agency, the Mossad—were taken into custody after eyewitnesses reported seeing them celebrating in several locations across the river from lower Manhattan in New Jersey. In two cases, the men were reportedly videotaping the initial kamikaze attack on the World Trade Center in New York. All of the detained Israelis are connected to Israeli-owned moving companies operating out of New York and New Jersey. One group was reported to have been in Liberty State Park in Jersey City, another was seen in Liberty Park in Union City, and a third was apprehended on the roof of an Israeli-owned moving company.”
The New York Jewish Forward newspaper corroborated the AFP story, saying at least two of the arrested celebrants were Israeli and were there to document the event. The five Israelis eventually admitted on Israeli TV that it was they who were at the centre of this controversy and discussed their arrest and interrogation by the FBI, which lasted months.[viii] The Drug Enforcement Administration called their behaviour on 9/11 as suspicious and said it “may well be an organized intelligence-gathering activity.”[ix] (See link to declassified FBI files on dancing Israelis in notes below[x])
“The van belonged to a Mossad front company called Urban Moving Systems. Around 4 p.m. on Sept. 11, the van was pulled over, and five Israelis: Sivan and Paul Kurzberg, Yaron Shmuel, Oded Ellner and Omer Marmari, all between 22 and 27 years old, were arrested at gunpoint. One had $4,700 in cash hidden in his sock while another carried two foreign passports. Box cutters were found in the van.”[xi]
One of the dancing Israelis on Israeli television defending the group’s suspicious behaviour on 9/11. The AFP interviewed one of the police officers involved in the arrest of the dancing Israelis.[xii] Trump was given every opportunity by a media that was hanging on his every word to correct his lie to the public. He didn’t, and the media wasn’t buying it, except for Infofwars’ Alex Jones, who despite initially reporting on the dancing Israelis story, also went right along with Trump’s lie. Jones and Infowars have consistently avoided the many Israeli connections to 9/11 since day one. He’s even gone out of his way to say “Israel could not carry out these attacks.”[xiii] And when, during a Trump rally, writer Martin Hill confronted the would-be president on his 9/11 lie, Trump remained silent.[xiv]
Regardless of the apparent heavy Israeli involvement in 9/11 and its ongoing coverup, the dancing Israelis and the van depicting a plane crashing the World Trade Centre—these could be breadcrumbs deliberately fed to the conspiracy demographic to throw them off the trail of Russia and its FSB (KGB), who have may have been involved, or even orchestrated 9/11. We will explore this more in future installments of this series.
Trump and “Lucky” Larry Silverstein—beneficiary of 9/11 attacks From the very beginning of Donald Trump’s campaign for U.S. president in June 2015, Jewish Zionist Michael Glassner has worked as the campaign’s national political director.[xv] Glassner formerly served on the American Israel Public Affairs Commmittee (AIPAC), one of Israel’s biggest Zionist lobbies in Washington. If that weren’t enough, Glassner was the one responsible for privatizing the World Trade Center lease[xvi], shortly before 9/11, for the benefit of Larry Silverstein’, who profited in the billions from the demolition of the towers. Trump told MSNBC what he thought of Silverstein, his fellow New York real estate tycoon.
“Larry Silverstein—he’s a great guy, he’s a good guy, he’s a friend of mine.”[xvii]
It’s no wonder Trump has been pushing the official, Israeli-created story on 9/11. Glassner is but one of dozens and dozens of Jews working for Trump’s campaign.[xviii] Trump has boasted of his support for Israel on numerous occasions and has even hinted at completing Israel’s Oded Yinon plan, which would include invading Iran as well as making Jerusalem Israel’s undivided capital…in other words, finally disposing of those pesky Palestinians.[xix] Trump crony Rudolph Giuliani, whom is believed to have contributed to the 9/11 conspiracy coverup by promptly destroying and removing the crime scene at the World Trade Centre, is a candidate for Trump’s cabinet as president.
Donald Trump and Roy Cohn. Roy Cohn—Trump’s gay, Jewish handler, mob lawyer, and JFK conspirator? If the close friendship of a self-purported anti-establishment Republican like Donald Trump with a gay, Jewish, AIDS-infested, mobster lawyer named Roy Marcus Cohn seems odd, it’s because it is. The late Cohn was not only part of the false-opposition McCarthyite anti-Communist movement of the 1950s, at times working both sides of the political spectrum, but also a Meyer Lansky organized crime syndicate operative who went so far as to serve on the infamous Permindex board[xx], which is believed to have been Mossad’s key operating front in the conspiracy to assassinate John F. Kennedy. Also, Cohn’s Lionel Corporation held shares in Permindex. Cohn became close friends with Trump and also his legal counsel, starting in the 1970s.[xxi] As with almost all of Trump’s suspicious associates, Cohn was sexually compromised and apparently enjoyed sexually compromising others.[xxii] Like Jeffrey Epstein and his child procurer Ghislaine Maxwell, Cohn is believed to have used child prostitutes to blackmail politicians, himself not only a homosexual but also believed to have been involved in the Franklin scandal—a child-sex ring that reached the Reagan White House.[xxiii] Cohn aided Roger Stone in Ronald Reagan’s 1970-80 presidential campaign. A June 28, 1989 Washington Times exposé implicated Republican lobbyist Craig J. Spence in a call-boys and crack scandal that appears to be one small piece of the Franklin scandal.[xxiv]The inner workings of the scandal shares striking similarities with Virginia Roberts’ description of Epstein’s blackmail techniques. Cohn is mentioned in the report as an associate of Spence as well as lawyer and activist Phyllis Schlafly, who was also a regular guest on the Alex Jones show prior to her death earlier this year. Some say that Schlafly and pseudo conservatives like Jones are part of a right-wing conspiracy centered on the Council for National Policy (CNP).
Roger Stone – Trump cheerleader, Cohn associate, and Infowarrior
Lending credence to theory of Cohn as a child-sex blackmailer is self-described “libertine” Roger Stone[xxv], a Cohn associate, former advisor to Donald Trump, and regular guest on Alex Jones’ Infowars broadcast of late.
“Roy was not gay. He was a man who liked having sex with men. Gays were weak, effeminate. He always seemed to have these young blond boys around. It just wasn’t discussed. He was interested in power and access.”[xxvi]
Power and access…sounds like the life ambitions of Donald Trump, doesn’t it? Now we can see why Trump found such a mentor in Cohn. It seems that Stone, a man who has been spotted marching in gay pride parades[xxvii], was close enough to the homosexual and possible pederast Cohn that he helped cover up Mossad’s (and possibly Cohn’s) leading role and coverup of the JFK assassination when he published a book blaming LBJ for the entire thing.[xxviii] Stone’s book also implicates Richard Nixon, a man for whom Stone has campaigned and supported for years (Stone even has a life-sized tattoo of Nixon on his backside). Why Stone would implicate one of his heroes is odd, unless he was carrying out a coverup/limited hangout operation on behalf of someone else, perhaps the Mossad. Of course, Stone waited until Nixon was dead before he would dare make such an accusation. Investigative journalist and author Michael Collins Piper, who is the world’s premier theorist that Israel and Mossad assassinated JFK with help from the Lansky crime syndicate, the CIA, the mob, and others (thoroughly documented in his book, Final Judgement[xxix]), believed that Nixon was not involved in any way in the JFK assassination. Incidentally, Stone’s partner in disinformation Alex Jones has publicly denied Israel’s involvement in the JFK assassination conspiracy.[xxx]
Trump continues the work of Mossad’s Permindex by covering up truth about JFK assassination Trump, himself, has also aided in the coverup of the JFK assassination by ridiculously claiming that GOP nominee opponent Ted Cruz’s father was with JFK’s alleged assassin Lee Harvey Oswald shortly before the president’s murder took place. Whether or not Rafael Cruz was with Oswald handing out pro-Fidel Castro pamphlets in New Orleans in 1963, as Trump, Stone, and a National Enquirer story claim, is irrelevant, because Oswald obviously was not the assassin but was exactly what he said he was—a patsy. Trump, whose mentor Roy Cohn sat on the board of Permindex and is tied to CIA men like the Dulles brothers, one of whom sat on the sham commission set up to pretend to investigate the JFK assassination conspiracy, is endorsing the long-debunked official story put out by that very same Warren Commission. The Warren Commission was set up by Israel’s Mossad and its allies in the CIA to hide their central role in the murder of Kennedy. Even today, Trump aids and abets the Jewish terrorist organization Mossad. He is beholden to them and must not step out of line.
The kinky Stone-Infowars-Drudge echo chamber Roger Stone has been an almost-daily guest on the Infowars show over the last several months, always, to promote Trump. The endless echo chamber the two have created has been expanded by the likes of other Jewish-controlled alternative media operations like Breitbart and the Drudge Report, which is run by yet another gay Jew, Matt Drudge.
Alex Jones could also be sexually compromised. In the leaked divorce with his then Jewish wife Kelly (Violet)[xxxi], which I reported on last year, court documents revealed that Jones was counseled by a team of marriage counselors, with a large number of them specializing in sexual addictions. Jones’ ties to Hollywood slime like Charlie Sheen doesn’t help his public image as an innocent all-American boy. Jones is a divorcee who is known to flirt with women on air, including his own hosts and guests, and apparently hooks his trashy friends up with hookers, like in the case of Amanda Bruce.[xxxii] Again, Trump’s ring of supporters reek of sexual compromise—an apparent top-down effect. Unfortunately for Jones, he does not have the excuse of shilling for Israel due to blackmail, at least that we know of. He has been the Zionists’ biggest alternative media cheerleader since 1996, long before Jones was divorced and potentially blackmailed. There have been rumours of homosexual affairs involving Jones but nothing that can be substantiated. Trump appears to take his anti-establishment talking-point cues from Alex Jones, as Trump often will publicly say things verbatim that were stated by Alex Jones on his radio show. There is no question that Jones has acted as Trump’s unofficial public relations manager. For months, Jones has campaigned for Trump almost daily on his three-hour radio broadcasts.
The Lansky organized crime syndicate
The boss of bosses, Meyer Lansky. Trump’s ties to the Lansky organized crime syndicate, run by Russian-Jewish mob boss of bosses Meyer Lansky, do not end at Roy Cohn and his membership on the board of Permindex or at Adnan Khashoggi. In 1987, Trump took over Lansky’s Mossad/CIA money-laundering front, the Mary Carter Paint Company, then renamed Resorts International, from CIA frontman James Crosby. Michael Collins Piper writes,
“In 1958-59 Dewey and a number of associates used a reported $2 million in CIA funds to buy a controlling interest in the Crosby-Miller Corporation (headed by Dewey friend James Crosby), which was then merged with Mary Carter.”[xxxiii]
An add for the Mossad/CIA/Permindex front Mary Carter Paint Company. Note that Dewey is tied to the coverup of the JFK assassination conspiracy through the Lansky syndicate. Piper continues,
“In 1963, Mary Carter Paint spun off its paint division and during the next several years began developing its casino operations, particularly in the Bahamas. In 1967-68, Mary Carter Paint officially changed its name to Resorts International and began massive international expansion. The Spotlight determined that several principal investors provided the funds and assets for the venture.”
The Roy Cohn Machine. Piper lists those principal investors as:
Meyer Lansky, the acknowledged “chairman of the board” and chief financier of the underworld gambling syndicate, who maintained his own longstanding ties to not only Israel and the Mossad, but also the CIA and the American intelligence community; David Rockefeller, head of the Rockefeller financial empire, who provided his family’s clout and CIA and global banking connections to assist in the operation; The Investors Overseas Service (IOS), then the world’s largest flight-capital conglomerate, controlling assets worth $2.5 billion. Tibor Rosenbaum, who was not only the Mossad’s Swiss-based chief financier behind covert arms deals but also the head of the Banque De Credit Internationale of Geneva, the Lansky syndicate’s chief European money laundry; and Baron Edmond de Rothschild of the European banking family and a personal business partner of Rosenbaum in Rosenbaum’s Mossad-related ventures ranging far and wide; and lastly, William Mellon Hitchcock, one of the heirs to the Mellon family fortune (one of America’s largest private family fortunes, which, for many years, has also maintained close ties with the CIA).
Trump’s money laundering Taj Mahal. Trump eventually dumped his Resorts International investments during his bankruptcy, and the company ceased operations in 2014. It’s difficult to believe that the money laundering and skimming of casino profits suddenly stopped when Trump took over the intelligence front. What Lansky’s career in crime showed was that casinos were good for stealing from the poor, getting rich, and laundering money for groups interested in carrying out covert and illegal operations.
One of Lansky’s partners, the late Jewish Louis Lesser, in 1990 sold Donald Trump The Taj Mahal Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City.[xxxiv] Trump refers to the syndicate operative Lesser as a “legend”.[xxxv] After the Mahal went bankrupt, court proceedings revealed Trump’s casino was involved in money laundering.[xxxvi]
Gingrich with Jewish yarmulke in apparent Kabbalist pose. Newt Gingrich’s Trump lie
Before I go on here, I should point out that it was largely the March 2016 televised propaganda of Zionist neocon Newt Gingrich that led to the public’s false perception of Donald Trump as an anti-establishment outsider. On Fox News, Gingrich attempted to paint Trump as not belonging to the Judeo-masonic cryptocracy[xxxvii], which he undoubtedly is a member, likely as a freemason. Gingrich’s lies were televised as part of a script to set up Hillary’s strawman, false opposition, which he has now shown to be. The Gingrich lie paved the way for the conservative-thinking public to be groomed for Trump to be their hero.
WASHINGTON, DC – JUNE 28: Speaker of the US House of Representatives Newt Gingrich (L) prepares to shake hands with Chabadnik Rabbi Moshe Herson (R) after presenting a Congressional Gold Medal during ceremonies on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, 28 June. The medal is given in honor of the late spiritual leader Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, (Photo-C) who died last year.AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read RICHARD ELLIS/AFP via Getty Images)
Jewish casino magnate Carl Icahn
El-Batrawi and Icahn. Aging casino magnate and hedge fund investor Carl Icahn is yet another apparent Lanksy organized crime syndicate operative and friend to Donald Trump. Icahn is tied to the kosher 9/11 truth movement through John Gray[xxxviii] and is connected to Trump associate and Mossad asset Adnan Khashoggi, the Saudi billionaire. Icahn extended a $100-million line of credit to Khashoggi in his failed GenesisIntermedia endeavour[xxxix], likely an intelligence front and money laundering operation like many of his others. Trump has teased a bid to make Icahn treasury secretary should he become U.S. president.[xl] Interestingly, Khashoggi and Trump associate Ramy El-Batrawi, from Part I of this series, two years ago tweeted Icahn the following message: “@Carl_C_Icahn “hi Carl how are you its been a long time.”
Icahn (second from left) and El-Batrawi (second from right) playing poker. El-Batrawi posted this photo on his Twitter page on Dec. 15, 2015. Shortly before its closure on Oct. 10, 2016, Icahn tried to bail out Trump’s bankrupt, money-laundering Taj Mahal (Mahal property was originally part of Lansky’s Resorts International front). Although he wasn’t able to save the resort, Icahn Enterprises gained control over Trump’s other banrkupt casino, the Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino, run by Trump Entertainment Resorts, Inc. Icahn took it over this year, two years after its filing for bankruptcy.
The fix. Trump and Clinton in it together. Conclusion What I have attempted to show here is that U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump is a sexually compromised and, subsequently, blackmailed stooge for the Jewish-masonic cryptocracy, specifically controlled by Israel’s Mossad. His public image in the race for president is fake and is designed to radicalize the right while pushing the left further into the arms of awaiting candidate Hillary Clinton. A recent Wikileaks of the Podesta files reveals that the Clinton team wanted extreme Republicans as the best possible opponents leading up to her election win.[xli] Trump has certainly achieved this, by saying all the things the opposition wanted to hear. Today, Trump continues to carry out the Judeo-Masonic agenda while providing catharsis to the alternative right, who take him at face value.
Notes: [i] Bollyn, Christopher, Ehud Barak – Architect of 9-11, September 11, 2009 – http://bollyn.com/ehud-barak-architect-of-9-11/ [ii] Donald Trump Says Thousands of Muslims Cheered on 9/11 in Jersey City – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pP1bSHjcSEQ [iii] Full Donald Trump Interview With Stephanopoulos Nov.22, 2015 – https://youtu.be/7YB1K-edNmw?t=7m13s Trump’s outrageous claim that ‘thousands’ of New Jersey Muslims celebrated the 9/11 attacks – https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/fact-checkewp/2015/11/22/donald-trumps-outrageous-claim-that-thousands-of-new-jersey-muslims-celebrated-the-911-attacks/ [iv] Dwyer, Jim, A Definitive Debunking of Donald Trump’s 9/11 Claims, New York Times, November 24, 2015 – http://www.nytimes.com/2015/11/25/nyregion/a-definitive-debunking-of-donald-trumps-9-11-claims.html [v] Fox News, One Arrested, Others Detained at NY Airports – http://www.foxnews.com/story/2001/09/14/one-arrested-others-detained-at-ny-airports.html [vi] East Rutherford Police Department report on dancing Israelis – https://www.scribd.com/document/46173840/Dancing-Israelis-Police-Report [vii] Piper, Michael Collins, Someone Tell Trump: It was Jews, Not Arabs, Dancing on 9-11, December 24, 2015, American Free Press – http://americanfreepress.net/someone-tell-trump-jews-not-arabs-dancing-9-11/ [viii] Five Dancing Israelis Arrested On 9/11 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tRfhUezbKLw [ix] Bridis, Ted, U.S. deports Israeli spy suspects, Associated Press Online, March 5, 2002 http://www.globalresearch.ca/articles/BRI203Ap.html [x] FBI files on dancing Israelis – https://www.scribd.com/document/62394765/Related-article-at-http-tinyurl-com-FBI-Dancing-Israelis-Dancing-Israelis-FBI-document-Section-6-1138796-001-303A-NK-105536-Section-6 purpor [xi] Bollyn, Christopher, Five Dancing Israelis – http://www.bollyn.com/middle-east-crisis#article_10558 [xii] Gahary, Dave, 9-11 Cop Breaks Silence, September 23, 2011, American Free Press – http://americanfreepress.net/9-11-cop-breaks-silence/ [xiii] Jones says Israel couldn’t do 9/11 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YEtxyuHGP3M [xiv] Front Row Protester Disrupts Trump’s Michigan Speech with “ISRAEL DID 9/11! FIVE JEWS ARRESTED ON 9/11 IN NEW JERSEY, NOT MUSLIMS” – http://libertyfight.com/2015/front_row_Trump_Israel_did_911_5_jews_arrested.html [xv] Kornbluh, Jacob, From AIPAC to Trump: Michael Glassner’s journey, Feb. 19, 2016, Jewish Journal – http://www.jewishjournal.com/nation/article/from_aipac_to_trump_michael_glassners_journey [xvi] Public documents on Larry Silverstein’s WTC lease – https://www.panynj.gov/corporate-information/foi/12244-O.pdf [xvii] Donald Trump Is Good Friends With Larry “9/11” Silverstein – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OBcU4GPNn_o [xviii] Who Controls Donald Trump? – https://thezog.info/who-controls-donald-trump/ [xix] Trump tells Netanyahu he’ll recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s ‘undivided’ capital – http://www.monitor.co.ug/News/World/Trump–Netanyahu–Jerusalem–Israel-s–undivided–capital/688340-3395228-format-xhtml-8dwlk3/index.html [xx] Chaitkin, Anton, The Roy Cohn mob and ‘Dirty Dick’ Morris, July 19, 1996, Executive Intelligence Review – http://www.larouchepub.com/eiw/public/1996/eirv23n29-19960719/eirv23n29-19960719_079-the_roy_cohn_mob_and_dirty_dick.pdf [xxi] Nuzzi, Olivia, Trump’s Mobbed Up, McCarthyite Mentor Roy Cohn, July 23, 2015, The Daily Beast online – http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2015/07/23/trump-s-mobbed-up-mccarthyite-mentor.html [xxii] Collins, Paul David, The Ghost of Roy Cohn, August 24, 2014, Conspiracy Archive – http://www.conspiracyarchive.com/2014/08/24/the-ghost-of-roy-cohn/ [xxiii] Organized Pedophilia and the Criminal Exploitation of Children – http://www.behindthepinecurtain.com/wordpress/organized-pedophilia-and-the-criminal-exploitation-of-children/ [xxiv] Hedges, Michael, Seper, Jerry, Power broker served drugs, sex at parties bugged for blackmail, June 30, 1989, Washington Times – http://www.futile.work/uploads/1/5/0/1/15012114/power-broker-served-drugs.pdf [xxv] Roger Stone admits he is “libertine” on Infowars broadcast July 27, 2016 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mf5ewEcxZK0&feature=youtu.be&t=34m40s [xxvi] Toobin, Jeffrey, The dirty trickster, June 2, 2008, The New Yorker – http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2008/06/02/the-dirty-trickster [xxvii] NYC Pride Parade 2010 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=erZJbAWQo2s [xxviii] Freelander, David, Roger Stone’s New Book ‘Solves’ JFK Assassination: Johnson Did It!, May 14, 2013, The Daily Beast online – http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/05/14/roger-stone-s-new-book-solves-jfk-assassination-johnson-did-it.html [xxix] Piper, Michael Collins, Final Judgment: the Missing Link in the JFK Assassination Conspiracy, America First Books, Sixth Edition, American Free Press, 2005 – http://americanfreepress.net/PDF/Final_Judgment.pdf [xxx] Alex Jones confronted on air with Michael Collins Piper’s JFK thesis – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=immer5ru_AE [xxxi] Alex Jones divorce record – https://fitzinfo.files.wordpress.com/2015/09/jones-divorce-hays-county-courty-record.pdf [xxxii] Fitzpatrick, Timothy, Sheen sex scandal ensnares Alex Jones, Nov. 28, 2015, The Fitzpatrick Informer – https://fitzinfo.wordpress.com/2015/11/28/sheen-sex-scandal-ensnares-alex-jones/ [xxxiii] Piper, Michael Collins, Who Towers Behind Trump?, Sept. 28, 2015, American Free Press – http://americanfreepress.net/who-towers-behind-trump/ [xxxiv] Hopsicker, Daniel, Donald Trump, Dirty Money, & the Filthy Rich in Palm Beach, March 17, 2016, MadCowNews – http://www.madcowprod.com/2016/03/17/donald-trump-dirty-money-the-filthy-rich-in-palm-beach/ [xxxv] LOUIS LESSER ENTERPRISES, INC. – http://www.gutenberg.us/articles/louis_lesser_enterprises,_inc. [xxxvi] Hopsicker, Daniel, Donald Trump, Dirty Money, & the Filthy Rich in Palm Beach, March 17, 2016, MadCowNews – http://www.madcowprod.com/2016/03/17/donald-trump-dirty-money-the-filthy-rich-in-palm-beach/ [xxxvii] Gingrich: Establishment Scared of Trump Because He “Didn’t Belong to the Secret Society” – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QO6QwySsm-M [xxxviii] Fitzpatrick, Timothy, The growing complexity of Alex Jones’ Israeli Connections, May 31, 2013, The Fitzpatrick Informer – https://fitzinfo.wordpress.com/2013/05/31/the-growing-complexity-of-alex-jones-israeli-connections/ [xxxix] Icahn to Be Paid $275,000 by Genesis, Los Angeles Times, July 4, 2001 http://articles.latimes.com/2001/jul/04/business/fi-18508 [xl] Udland, Myles, Carl Icahn accepts Donald Trump’s offer to be Treasury secretary , Aug. 7, 2015, Business Insider – http://www.businessinsider.com/carl-icahn-accepts-donald-trumps-offer-to-be-treasury-secretary-2015-8 [xli] Moser, Richard, Elevating Trump, Oct. 11, 2016, Counter Punch – http://www.counterpunch.org/2016/10/11/elevating-trump/
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2019.12.04 22:48 sonofodin25 [S6] Crisis Viewers & General DC Fans! Welcome To Our Sub.

Hello everyone. With the Crisis finally here, I wanted to create this post to welcome new people to our Flash subreddit. As well as clear up some of the most common questions I see about Crisis! Maybe we can get this stickied or something for the week.
First off, let me start by saying that if you have some general knowledge of the DC Universe you should be fine going into Crisis. However, some moments may not carry the emotional weight or impact that they would for long term viewers.
Around a week ago I made this info-graphic to help those who want to catch up with DCTV. This should work pretty well, as I have selected episodes that will introduce you to most of the key players. It was pointed out to me by Ethan_Hood that the pilots for Arrow and Supergirl should have probably been on there in the first place, so i'd recommend those as well!
Sunday/December 8th at 8pm EST - Supergirl: Season 5, Episode 9
Monday/December 9th at 8pm EST - Batwoman: Season 1, Episode 9
Tuesday/December 10th at 8pm EST - The Flash: Season 6, Episode 9
January 14 - Arrow: Season 8, Episode 8 at 8pm EST & Legends: Season 5, Episode 1/9 (it's complicated) at 9pm EST
Black Lightning will also have a side-story set during Crisis on Monday, December 9th at 9pm EST
There will be some very minor spoilers for Crisis in some of the character descriptions, nothing that isn't already common knowledge around the internet but I just wanted to give a heads up just in case
The Flash - When Barry Allen was struck by lightning he gained the powers of super-speed and became The Scarlet Speedster, The Fastest Man Alive, The Flash. Residing in Earth 1's Central City, Flash was the first hero to discover the "multi-verse", a series of parallel Earths with both minor and major differences from our own. This season, The Flash has looked into the future and seen himself die to save Earth 1 from the Crisis. However, Barry isn't sure he's ready to accept death.
Green Arrow - After five years stranded on a "deserted" island, Oliver Queen came home with only one goal to save his city. With nothing but a bow and arrow, Oliver has saved Earth 1's Star City time and time again from the likes of Deathstroke, Ras Al Ghul, and more. In last years crossover, "Elseworlds" Oliver made a deal with The Monitor. The Flash and Supergirl were ready to give their lives to stop an evil Superman, and Oliver saved them by essentially becoming the Monitor's apprentice. This season, Oliver has been collecting items from the different earths for The Monitor. However, The Monitor has warned Ollie that he will die in this "Crisis". Last episode, Green Arrow finally came to terms with death and accepted his fate.
The Monitor - A mysterious seemingly all-powerful being who resides over and protects the multi-verse. He has gone around Earths testing and recruiting heroes for the upcoming Crisis.
Supergirl - Superman's cousin, another survivor of the planet Krypton. The protector of Earth 38, Kara Zor-El is a symbol of hope and inspiration to her world. With the help of The Martian Manhunter, and her super-spy sister Alex, Kara has saved her world from multiple alien invasions. However unlike The Flash and Green Arrow, no one has warned Supergirl about the Crisis and she has no idea what's coming......
Superman - Being Earth 38's first and most famous superhero, Clark Kent fights for Truth, Justice, and the American Way. Upon finding out that Lois Lane was pregnant this Clark recently moved to Argo City (a small remain of the planet Krypton) so that Lois could safely deliver their child.
Superman - Kingdom Come - The Superman from the movie "Superman Returns", very Christopher Reeves inspired. However in the time passed since that movie The Joker bombed the Daily Planet, killing Lois Lane and various others. This Clark Kent is now an older, withered Superman struggling to maintain his fight for truth, justice, and the American Way. He also bears a striking resemblance to Earth 1's The Atom. This Superman has yet to appear on the shows and will first appear in Crisis.
Superman - Smallville - SOMEBODY SAAAAVVVVEEEE MEEEEEEEEEEE. The Clark Kent/Superman from the TV show "Smallville", this Clark resides on a different Earth from the rest of our heroes and has yet to come into contact with them. However, he is familiar with some of them as Smallville has their own versions of Green Arrow, The Flash, Martian Manhunter, etc. He currently resides on the Kent Farm and is married to Smallville's Lois Lane.
Batman - Kingdom Come - An older, withered Bruce Wayne who needs an exo-skelton to maintain his composure. Much different from Earth 1's Batman, who mysteriously disappeared 3 years ago and has not been seen since. Will make his first appearance in Crisis.
The Martian Manhunter - J'onn Jonzz is the last survivor of Mars. After Supergirl's adopted father saved his life, J'onn vowed to watch over both Kara and her sister Alex. J'onn has been a mentor, a father, and a friend to Supergirl. The last episode of Supergirl ended with The Monitor recruiting him for the Crisis. Resides on Earth 38.
Batwoman - Bruce Wayne's cousin, Kate Kane recently took on the role of protecting Earth 1's Gotham City after the Earth 1 Bruce vanished. She encountered The Flash, Green Arrow, and Supergirl last year and is aware of their exploits.
Black Lightning - Wielding the powers of electricity, Jefferson Peirce uses his power to protect the students at his school where he acts as principal. Housed on Earth 73, Jefferson cares deeply about his students and their struggles in a gang-infested town. He also has 2 daughters, Thunder and Lighting would also have superpowers. Although he is hesitant about them following his lifestyle. Crisis will be the first time he comes into contact with the other superheroes.
The Flash - Earth 90 - The Barry Allen from the CBS TV series from the 90's. He is a doppleganger of both Barry's father, Henry Allen, and The Flash of Earth 3, Jay Garrick. Earth 90 was one of the earths that underwent to Monitor's testing. That world failed and it's superheroes were all brutally murdered. However, Barry was able to escape and travelled to Earth 1 to warn our Flash (as well as Green Arrow and Supergirl) about The Monitor and his plans. The last time we saw this Flash he tried to attack the Monitor, who teleported him away. His location is currently unknown.
John Diggle/John Stewart - The Green Arrow's first and closest ally. Diggle is a war vet who aids Oliver on his crusade to save Star City. In Arrow: Season 7 it was revealed he goes by his mother's maiden name "Diggle", with his step-father's last name being "Stewart". In DC Comics, John Stewart is better know as The Green Lantern. However, the shows have yet to go down that route......
Lyla Micheals/Harbinger - Lyla Micheals was formerly the wife and mother to the children of John Diggle. However, that person is no more. After being chosen by The Monitor, Lyla has been reborn as the mysterious Harbinger and has been chosen to recruit heroes from across the multi-verse to battle in the Crisis.
Pariah - Nash Wells, a multi-verse travelling adventurer came to Earth 1 to hunt down The Monitor and learn the secrets of the multi-verse. After a brief scuffle with The Flash, Nash found an artifact underneath Central City that he believed to belong to The Monitor. In the last episode of Flash, the artifact opened a doorway that sucked Nash into the dawn of time.
Robin - Batman '66 - Holy callback Batman! Burt Ward will be reprising his role as Batman's trusty sidekick Robin from the 1966 TV show "Batman". Due to Ward's age, I wouldn't expect this to be anything more than a cameo.
The Reverse-Flash - The most dangerous villain through-out all the shows, Eobard Thawne hails from the 22nd century. He became obsessed with studying the Flash, and eventually become obsessed with becoming The Flash. Thawne is a sociopath who wants nothing more than to be loved/adored by everyone. Upon learning that he becomes The Flash's greatest villain through history records, Thawne goes insane and dedicates his entire life to tormenting Barry's. He murdered Barry's mother when Barry was only 10 years old, he's murdered every member of the Legends in an alternate timeline. However, he can never kill Flash himself as if he does he will also cease to exist, since his entire life is based around The Flash.
Lex Luthor - Superman's greatest nemesis and Earth 38's most dangerous mind. Lex was recently shot and killed by his sister, Lena Luthor. However, he was revived by The Monitor and recruited to help in the oncoming Crisis.
Lena Luthor - The sister of Lex Luthor, Lena is ironically one of Supergirl's closest allies and friends. She shot and killed her brother Lex at the end of Supergirl: Season 4 (but don't worry he's fine!). She recently had a falling out with Supergirl once she found out Kara's identity. Claiming that Kara "treated her like a villain" when all she was trying to do was right her brothers wrongs.
The Atom - Brilliant scientist Ray Palmer build himself a suit of armor that allows him to shrink down to the molecular level (think Ant-Man mixed with Iron Man). While at first he wanted to use it to arrest The Green Arrow, he quickly became allies with him. In 2015, Ray was recruited by Rip Hunter to join the time-travelling pirates known as "The Legends Of Tomorrow". Along with Sara Lance and Mick Rory, Ray has spent the last few year's protecting Earth 1's timeline from any threats it may face. Kinda looks like the Kingdom Come Superman.
John Constantine - A wacky, depressed semi-drunk magician who defends the world against supernatural demons from Hell. Inspired by the music of the Sex Pistols, this hellblazer had his own TV show for a season in 2014. Once that was cancelled, he appeared on Arrow and helped Oliver revive Sara Lance from the dead. About a year later, he joined the Legends Of Tomorrow to help them fight against the super natural. He's still the lover of a good pity-party but he's miraculously stuck with the Legends for around 2 years now.
Sara Lance/Black Canary I/White Canary - Trained by Ras Al Ghul and The League Of Assassians, Sara Lance was DCTV's first Black Canary. In Arrow: Season 3 she was murdered by the Green Arrow's arch-nemesis Malcom Merlyn then brought back to life by John Constantine and the Lazurus Pit in Season 4. Upon her revival she took up the mantle of White Canary and joined The Legends Of Tomorrow, eventually going on to lead that team. Now captain of the Waverider (the legends time travelling ship/headquarters), Sara protects Earth 1 from all threats to it's timeline.
Heatwave - Pyromaniac Mick Rory was a petty criminal who got his start robbing banks in Central City with his partner-in-crime, Leonard Snart/Captain Cold. After being stopped by The Flash multiple times, Mick and Cold joined The Legends Of Tomorrow. After the death of his partner Captain Cold, Mick had nowhere to go and stayed with the Legends even though he doesn't really give a shit about protecting the timeline....or anything for that matter. He'll probably be too drunk to even remember Crisis On Infinite Earths, he really likes flame throwers.
The Elongated Man - After gaining stretchy powers, Ralph Dibney quickly joined The Flash and his team on their mission to protect Central City. With The Flash's death approaching, Barry has been training Ralph to be his replacement as the hero of Central City.
Vibe - The Flash's best friend, Cisco Ramone can use his powers to see into possible futures, alternate timelines, and whole other dimensions. He can also create "breaches" to travel to other Earths. Vibe retired at the end of The Flash: Season 5, taking a meta-human cure in hopes of joining the simple life.
Killer Frost - Killer Frost is a whole other persona that emerged in the head of Flash ally Caitlin Snow. Although she started off as a villain, Frost is really just young, niave, and scared of the world around her and has a lot to learn. Oh and if it wasn't obvious from the name she has ice powers.
Iris West-Allen - The loving wife of Barry Allen/The Flash. An ace reporter for the Central City Citizen, Iris has helped Barry gather information on criminals and track down meta-human gangs. She's also helped deal with everything from evil speedsters to telepathic gorilla's.
Black Canary II - Laurel Lance.....oh Jesus Christ where do I even begin with this one? Laurel Lance, sister to Sara Lance and former lover of Oliver Queen/The Green Arrow, took up the mantle of Black Canary after the (temporary) death of her sister Sara, the first Black Canary. She was then murdered by Damian Dahrk in Arrow: Season 4, Earth 1 Laurel is still dead. However, the Laurel Lance from Earth 2 soon emerged as a Flash villain working for Zoom. After Zoom was defeated, she began a redemption arc that led her to working with The Green Arrow and his team. Earth 2 Laurel is currently a trusted ally of Oliver's. In the season premier of Arrow, Earth 2 was destroyed by the Crisis leaving Laurel without a home. The Monitor tried to get her to betray Oliver but she refused. Apparently, Earth 1 Laurel (yes, the dead one! Welcome to comic books!) will be making an appearance in Crisis.
Black Canary III - Dinah Drake is a meta-human from Central City who took up the mantle of Black Canary at a time when both Sara and Laurel were absent. She is currently a member of "Team Arrow" and one of it's only survivors in the future....
Wild Dog - An arrogant prick with a heart of gold. Armed with only guns, Rene became a vigilante simply to protect his part of Star City known as "The Glades". He was taken in by The Green Arrow and quickly became a part of "Team Arrow".
Mia Smoak/Green Arrow II - The Daughter of Green Arrow. Mia Smoak comes from a dystopian future where Star City is overrun by "The Deathstroke Gang". She was recently transported to the past by the Monitor as a gift to Oliver, so that he could meet his daughter before his approaching death.
Brainiac 5 - A descendant of the Superman villain Brainiac, Brainiac 5 is a superhero from the 30th century and a member of The Legion Of Superheroes. Feeling he never quite fit in with the Legion, Briany has spent the last 2 years in the past aiding Supergirl, who was an inspiration to the superheroes of Earth 38's future.
Dreamer - A ancestor to a member of The Legion Of Superheroes, Nia was brought into Supergirl's world by Brainiac 5 who wanted to use her powers to see into the future. She's also the first live-action transgender superhero.
Lois Lane - The wife of Earth 38's Superman and the father to his child Jon Kent. Lois Lane is a no non-sense journalist who works for the Daily Planet. But you already know all this, so i'm not gonna spend to much time on her. She is currently in Argo City with Clark.
Lois Lane - Smallville - No no-sense journalist, works for The Daily Planet, etc., etc. This is the Lois Lane from the TV show Smallville.
Alex Danvers - Supergirl's adopted sister, Kara and Alex grew up together. Alex is also a super-spy (think knock-off Black Widow) working for the DEO.
Jonah Hex - A disfigured cowboy from the 1800's, Jonah Hex has encountered and befriended the Legends Of Tomorrow a couple of times. He is the protecter of his county.
Alexander Knox - The reporter from the 1989 Batman movie starring Micheal Keaton. Likely just a quick cameo role while his Earth is destroyed.
The Spectre - Another all-powerful being who watches over the multi-verse and extracts vengeance against those who do wrong. Thinks he speaks to god, has yet to appear in the shows.
Jay Garrick/The Flash - The Flash of Earth 3, Jay is a dopple ganger of Earth 1's Henry Allen and Earth 90's Barry Allen. Due to his age, he retired in The Flash: Season 4 but recently returned to help Barry look into the future and see his death during Crisis.
Ryan Choi/The Atom II - Ray Palmer's successor in the comic books, not sure what his role in the shows will be. Likely the survivor of another broken Earth.
I'm excluding episodes with quick 1 minute cameo's from this list....as much as I love Oliver speed texting Barry for favours it's not worth watching a whole episode for
Arrow: Season 2, Episode 8 & Season 2, Episode 9 - The introduction of Barry Allen to DCTV. It is here he meets Oliver Queen/The Green Arrow. Barry is not yet The Flash in these episodes.
The Flash: Season 1, Episode 8 & Arrow Season 3, Episode 8 - The first official crossover between The Flash & Green Arrow.
The Flash: Season 2, Episode 8, Arrow: Season 4, Episode 8 - Another crossover between The Flash & Green Arrow that also sets up the plot for Legends Of Tomorrow. Hope you're hungry for chicken!
Supergirl: Season 1, Episode 18 - The first crossover between The Flash & Supergirl.
Legends Of Tomorrow: Season 1, Episode 6 - The Legends meet a future version of Green Arrow.
The Flash: Season 3, Episode 8, Arrow: Season 5, Episode 8, Legends: Season 2, Episode 7 - The Flash introduces Supergirl to Green Arrow and the Legends. They also fight an alien invasion.
Supergirl: Season 3, Episode 8, Arrow: Season 6, Episode 8, Flash: Season 4, Episode 8, Legends: Season 3, Episode 8 - The Flash's wedding is interrupted by Nazi dopplegangers from Earth X.
The Flash: Season 5, Episode 8, Arrow: Season 7, Episode 8, Supergirl: Season 4, Episode 8 - Barry and Oliver swap bodies, the gang meets Superman and Batwoman.
EARTH 1: The Flash (and his team), Green Arrow (and his team), The Legends Of Tomorrow, The Reverse-Flash, Batwoman
EARTH 2: Black Siren/Black Canary, Harrison Wells, Jessie Quick was wiped out of existence in Arrow: Season 8
EARTH 3: Jay Garrick
EARTH 38: Supergirl (and her team), The Martian Manhunter, Superman, Lois Lane, Lex Luthor
EARTH 53: The Ray, Citizen Cold, lots of Nazi Dopplegangers
EARTH 73: Black Lightning and his family
EARTH 90: Barry Allen/The Flash of Earth 90 was wiped out in last year's "Elseworlds"
The Smallville, Batman '66, Birds Of Prey and Kingdom Come Universes are not currently numbered.
spoilers for just about every show, only read these if you don't plan on watching them or don't care about spoilers
This newspaper article from the future has been appearing in The Flash since it's pilot. It details of a Crisis in 2024 that see's the Flash vanish during a Crisis that involved various superheroes (the original article mentioned Green Arrow, Hawkgirl, and The Atom) teaming up against The Reverse-Flash and an army of shadow demons. The red skies have also been mentioned since day one. Last season on The Flash, Thawne freed himself from a prison in 2040 by essentially erasing/moving up the entire timeline. Not only did this erase Barry's daughter Nora from existence, but it also moved the Crisis from April 25, 2024 to December 10, 2019. Once this new timeline had been set in stone, The Monitor appeared to Barry and Iris warning them that The Flash will perish in the upcoming Crisis. At first Barry didn't believe The Monitor, so he went to speedforce expert and former Flash Jay Garrick for help. Together they devised a way for Barry to see the future, and The Monitor's warning was confirmed. Barry saw red skies, Central City being destroyed by a wave of anti-matter, and The Flash vanishing forever.
Meanwhile another Harrison Wells doppleganger named Nash Wells appeared in Central City claiming that he was going to track down The Monitor and save Barry Allen. Nash eventually found an artifact deep under Central City that he believed to belong to The Monitor. When a voice (presumably the Anti-Monitor's) appeared telling Nash to "bow down before him", Nash laughed in it's face. Nash eventually got the artifact to open and as he looked into the dawn of time Nash Wells was teleported away, destined to become nothing more than a Pariah.
In last year's "Elseworlds" crossover Oliver made a deal with the Monitor. The deal was that if the Monitor save Barry and Kara (who were about to sacrifice themselves to stop an evil Superman), that he would essentially become his apprentice. The Monitor agreed and the deal was made. At the end of Arrow: Season 7, The Monitor appeared to Oliver telling him that it was time and taking Oliver away from his wife and his child. The Monitor also revealed that Oliver was fated to die in the Crisis. Arrow: Season 8 began with Oliver travelling to Earth 2 to collect artifacts that will help the Monitor build an unknown weapon. On Earth 2 he came across many faces from Arrow's past and re-connected with that world's Laurel Lance/Black Canary. However, at the end of their mission Oliver and Laurel witnessed a wave of anti-matter destroy Earth 2 completely. As far as we know Earth 2 and all it's citizens (including Harrison Wells, Jessie Quick, Solovar and Gorilla City) are dead and gone. In a confusing twist for Oliver he soon found himself back in the Arrow bunker face-to-face with his and Diggle's future children. The future children (Mia, William, and Connor) hail from a dystopian future where Star City was overrun by "The Deathstroke Gang". At first, The Monitors intentions with the children where unclear but it was eventually revealed that The Monitor is not evil and that he in fact brought them to the present as a gift to Oliver. So that he could meet and connect with his son and daughter before he dies in the Crisis. It was also revealed that Lyla Micheals (Diggle's wife) had been working with The Monitor all season, as he saved her from death when she was a solider. In the last episode before Crisis, Oliver and his team were sent on their final mission to Lian Yu. Here they completed the weapon which was revealed to be a device built specifically for Lyla. It opened a portal that teleported Lyla somewhere in the multi-verse. Leaving everyone else on the island confused and stunned. Knowing the Crisis was soon to come Oliver said his goodbyes to Diggle, Laurel, Mia, Roy Harper, Dinah, Rene, and William. Then the skies turned red, and a re-born Lyla re-appeared as "Harbinger" to collect Oliver as the Crisis had begun.....
At the end of Supergirl: Season 4, Lena Luthor shot and killed her brother Lex Luthor. However, the Monitor appeared to collect Lex's body and revive him for he would be needed in the Crisis. The Monitor also released The Martian Manhunter's brother, Ma'alefa'ak, from the phantom zone. As a way to test J'onn and see if he was a worthy champion for things to come. By the end of Supergirl last episode, J'onn had passed The Monitor's test. Thus, the Monitor appeared to J'onn and recruited him into battle. The episode also showed a brief clip of Lex Luthor alive and well, waiting in some pocket-dimesnion of space for the Crisis to begin.
While the Legends put on a fake circus act we saw The Monitor in the audience, eating popcorn and watching The Legends do their thing. That's it! That's all they've done to set up Crisis.
As of yet, Black Lighting has done little to set up Crisis.
As the Crisis comes to Black Lightning's earth and the red skies appear, Black Lightning will use it's episode next Monday ("Third Stone From The Sun", an insanely cool Jimi reference) as a side-story to set up Black Lightning's role before he appears in "Crisis On Infinite Earths, Part 3" next Tuesday.
This show has done nothing to set up Crisis.
An all-powerful being named The Monitor has been going around the multi-verse testing heroes from different Earths to find worthy champions. He himself has wiped out world's trying to do this, including Earth 90, the home of John Wesley Shipp's Barry Allen/The Flash. In last year's crossover, he tested The Flash, Green Arrow, Superman, Batwoman, and Supergirl and found them to be worthy champions. His main focus has gone towards The Flash and Green Arrow, who he has warned will have to sacrifice their lives to stop the oncoming Crisis.
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2019.10.30 14:33 BrighterColours Potential new podcasters. Would you listen to us?

Hi all!
I hope this is okay to post. 100% not advertising or promoting. We have no podcast. We've simply thrown some ideas around, and I'm wondering if anything might stick.
Basically I've wanted to make a vlog for years, but was never sure about what. More recently I've gotten into podcasts (Michael Rosenbaum's ones and The Basement Yard). My partner got me into them, and as we're both recreational stoners, we often record ourselves when stoned. We were gonna write the world's first book that you should only read when stoned (a bit like stoner movies that only really work if stoned), but then we thought - podcast! (We would NOT be stoned while recording. The aim would be to roundly discuss a given topic in each episode, all episodes of a similar length. E.g. cannabis and legalization, cannabis and anxiety, anxiety and meditation/coping, anxiety in a relationship and the pros/cons, etc. We'd try to tie it all together with a core thread.)
And there's actually a million things we'd talk about. Here are the ones we're most intensely passionate about:
So, my first question is - has anyone else done, essentially a 'slice of life' podcast which covers a diverse range of content like the above, essentially derived from who you are, talking about how you live and view life.
My second question is, would you LISTEN to said kind of diverse podcast.
My third question is, are there any topics/experiences in particular from that list that you might find interesting? (If people name some, then we might get an idea of a more narrow focus).

Thanks in advance!
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2019.01.23 10:51 Dagenspear Flash

Lena and Kara both represent the peaceful aspects of their sides. Liberty and Black represent the extremist aspects of their sides. Lex and Starro represent the outright villainous aspects of their sides. And in the middle ground, Alex and Jjonn reside.
He remembers.
She remembers.
Goblin had taken Gwen, to use her to hurt him.
Kraven had injected Peter with a serum that altered his genetic code, turning him into a lizard creature, to punish her for defeating him.
There's a fight, she falls...
She's able to get Peter the cure and it starts to work...
He catches her with his web. He's saved her.
She has Peter back. She's saved him.
But then the crack...
But then the wounds from battle...
Kills her.
Kills him.
He, devastated, cradles Gwen in his arms, lifeless.
She, broken, cradles Peter in her arms, unmoving.
"I saved you."
Gwen figures out pretty quickly when it happens. It's another universe. She's sees Spider... Man. It's odd to hear that for her. But hey, different universe, go with it.
Her spider-sense almost pulls her to the school. She has no idea why. Thank God the computer software isn't much different here, though seemingly a few years ahead (weird), but she's able to fabricate credentials to get in. And she waits. Hacks into an ATM for cash to get food, clothes and a hotel room. Going stir crazy... she stops a couple muggings, considers finding Spider... Man. Ask him what his story is. But decides to avoid the interfering in other realities thing.
Prime Directive, and all that.
She smirks at that. And for a brief moment lets herself think about him. Peter would be so jazzed to be able to see this. Another universe.
But the feeling fades quickly and she feels the weight of it crushing her chest. She takes a shower. Cries...
Goes to school the next day. New kid makes a joke. She laughs. She thinks she hasn't laughed really in awhile and doesn't want to think about why.
I'd want a continuation. Though I've also toyed with the idea of rebooting from scratch.
Brainiac is our villain. Michael Rosenbaum is back as Lex.
As far as overhaul:
KJ Apa as Clark
Dylan O'Brien as Lex
We start this season off with the first episode being a sort of new beginning for the group.
Our opening is essentially a showcase of this. Joe's begun his job, Caitlin is basically being a superhero on her own in her spare time, Cisco is living a normal life, and Ralph has begun looking for an old flame of his: Sue Dearbon.
But in the opening scene alone we see things aren't gonna be simple, when Barry's introduced to his new partner, August Heart.
Perplexed by this, knowing of him from Nora's future, he digs into information, but can only find that he was in a coma for nearly a year after the speedforce prison incident and that his brother was murdered around the time of season 1.
But in the first episode, his questions are answered by none other than Eobard Thawne himself. He's the villain of the premiere and is caught at the end, held in the pipeline. He'll play a Hannibal Lecter role in the season. Eobard explains that in the future he manipulated someone to take on the the fake name August Heart, someone he knew of from Flash history books, and told him where he could find a way to become a speedster and where he could get the costume, as a way to make issues for Nora, in hopes of manipulating her.
At the end of the season premiere the post credits scene reveals that someone has broken into the STARCHIVES and has taken all of their tech.
Investigating this, Barry's lead to local tech conglomerate businessman Evan McCulloch. But Barry can't prove it. No matter how he tries. His money and connections make it nearly impossible to pin any crimes on him.
He's our main villain for the first 8 episodes as The Mirror Master. Basically raised his entire life in an orphanage, no parents and bullied for his intelligence, his philosophy has become that of a belief in escalation. If something powerful is introduced, he deems it necessary to come up with something to overpower that. He's been running the underground smuggling rings of weapons and metas for years, with Goldface and Amunet running the front of it. He leads a team of rogues going into this season made up of tech based characters, Abra Kadabra, a cured Mark Mardon Weather Wizard (he'd taken as a part of a deal for parole, but is given the wizard's tech wand by MM signaled to his DNA, bonding it as a version of meta-tech of sorts), Pied Piper and Golden Glider.
Barry's arc this season is about him beginning to deem it necessary to detach from his emotions to get the job done, thinking it their emotions is what's made it so they've been manipulated by Thawne and others as much as they have.
Over the first 8 episodes we'd develop August Heart's development into Godpseed. Looking up to the Flash as a hero and seeing in Barry as a friend, even bonding with the team after finding out his identity, thinking of them as the only family he's had since his brother died. This all comes to a head in episode 8 when, after having defeated Mirror Master and his rogues, Evan McCulloch uses his connections to buy the court and gets set free, threatening that he will release everything about Barry to the public, then watch as the wolves of metas and killers descend onto Barry and his family, and kill them. August snaps at this and straight kills him.
The next arc deals with Godpseed as the antagonist for Barry.
Then Red Death as the villain in the last batch of episodes.
Teresa Palmer as Dinah Lance/Black Canary
Molly C. Quinn as Barbara Gordon/Batgirl/Oracle
Jessica Sula as Helena Bertinelli/Huntress
Logan Lerman as Barry Allen Shailene Woodley as Iris West Graham Verchere as Wally West Tiffany Espensen as Linda Park Andrew Garfield as Eobard Thawne Dominic West as Henry Allen
We see the team operating on their own in the premiere, when their ambushed by the Longbow Hunters. Diggle and Rene are killed. Dinah Drake helps Felicity get away and then gets out with the help of Black Siren.
The Longbow Hunters release the identities of the rest and their crimes to the public, Felicity and Curtis' paper trail connection to Helix, Drake's obstruction of justice etc. The pardon deal Oliver made only applied to their vigilantism. William is placed in the system after Felicity and Curtis are arrested.
Black Siren is eventually caught by ARGUS.
Oliver's in prison for about 4 episodes, until he's made an offer by General Eiling, whose taken over ARGUS: To lead Eiling's personal Suicide Squad. Made up of Slade, Black Siren and Roy. And he'll gain a pardon and be able to take his son home, so that he won't grow up without any parents in the system and will make sure William is put under witness protection to protect him for the Longbow Hunters.
The Longbow Hunters are made up of Lady Shiva, Constantine Drakon, Cheshire and Onomatopoeia.
Oliver's deal with Eiling eventually puts him into conflict with Barry in the crossover, which leads to a Civil War situation. Which concludes with Oliver, in a statement of no more compromises, turning on Eiling and revealing Eiling's plan to the public and the government, which results in Oliver getting pardoned for his crimes and released.
The Longbow Hunters help Oliver to defeat Diaz, so they can obtain control of the Quadrant for their own ends.
The Death Of The Flash
Cut Signal
Elongated Journey Into Night
Cold To Touch
Collateral Damage
Therefore I Am
Crisis On Earth X
Nothing To Lose
The Trial Of The Flash
Elongated Man Begins
No Win Scenario
True Colors
Subject 9
The End Of The Rope
Desperate Measures
Losing Battle
Fury Rogue
Therefore She Is
Think Alike
Nowhere To Run
MAY: Cut it out Peter. I've tried to stay out of your way. I've tried to be a cool Aunt, I didn't wanna stress you out, because I know how Ben's death affected you. Don't think I haven't noticed how much you've changed since he died. Staying out til late, your grades falling, your lies about your bruises and cuts! Now cutting detention and leaving the hotel room in Washington! I'm not an idiot. So you tell me what's going on, or so help me...
PETER: I lost the Stark Internship.
MAY: What?
PETER: I thought I could do more, be more. It's my responsibility... To do as much as I can.
MAY: What are you talking about? What happened?
PETER: Getting the Stark Internship... I thought I could. Make Ben proud. Honor him. Use my power responsibly. But I messed up.
MAY: Peter, you can't do this to yourself. You're a good kid. But you have to carry the weight of the world on your shoulders all the time. Losing Ben... It doesn't mean you have to do everything, be everything. Because you can't. And it's okay to admit that.
Nora: I thought it was the better premiere we've had since the Pilot.
Blocked: I enjoyed the it more than I have any of the 2nd episodes of the seasons.
The Death Of Vibe: I thought it was about 2nd best for me as far as 3rd episodes go.
News Flash: I think Going Rogue, Family Of Rogues and Elongated Journey Into Night are better.
All Doll'd Up: Is at least in the top 3 of #5 episodes for me.
The Icicle Cometh: I think its story is more interesting than most of Shade, with The Flash Is Born and When Harry Met Harry... but those eps are arguably better constructed to me and I think Enter Zoom is more interesting in story and better structured.
THE FLASH'S BIGGEST FAN: We pick up the next day after the end of the previous episode. The team discuss what to do about young Eobard. Caitlin and Cisco thinks they should lock him up in the pipeline. The new Wells stays out of it. Barry decides that he thinks they shouldn't punish him for something he hasn't done yet and seeks to be civil with him. Eobard is starstruck, telling Barry how big of honor it is to be able to meet him. He tells him about how Barry's been such an inspiration to him in his life. He's modeled his entire life off of Barry, including his costume and recreating the accident that gave him powers. Show Weather Wizard in his meta cell. Noises of death happen outside the cell, guards being defeated. Then his cell, Mirror Master's cell and Henry Hewitt's cell open. Weather Wizard smirks, stands up and walks out of his cell. Afterwards Barry's investigating the crime scene, finding dead guards, with holes in their chest, but no gun powder residue or bullet casings. Barry wonders how this happened to the rest of the team, through an earpiece. Caitlin has a moment of disconcerting look, which Iris registers. Meanwhile Eobard shows up as Barry's taking the DNA samples. Barry sees him and tells him that he can't be here. Eobard's offended and asks him if he feels like fighting some thugs together, there's armored car robbery downtown. Barry tells him that he'll take care of that and he has to maintain secrecy. Eobard is annoyed at this as Barry leaves. The rogues are assembled in a warehouse, where an already escaped Mist waits, who says he got a call from his new place in Edge City, where they have a recording that tells them that they all have a grudge against the Flash and by combining their forces, they can have a shot at defeating him, that they may know how to use their powers, but now they'll be told how they can use them together. Caitlin secretly takes the sample of the DNA of the dead guards Barry took from the holes in their chests. Iris asks her why she's being so secretive. Caitlin dismisses the question, insisting she's just being cautious because they don't know what they'll find in the DNA. Iris theorizes to Caitlin that she might already know. Caitlin admits that she thinks the reason they didn't find bullet casings or gunshot residue is because guns weren't used, ice was and it had melted by the time Barry looked at the bodies. Iris asks why she would keep that from the team. Caitlin tells her that it's because she's ashamed of what she's afraid she'll have to do if her brother is killing people, that that makes it her responsibility to stop him, maybe for good. Iris says that that sounds more like something Killer Frost would say. Caitlin responds that her and Frost aren't different people anymore. Iris questions that with her trying to make up for what Frost had done, would she really want to go back to those kinds of methods for any reason? Caitlin doesn't respond to her and focuses on completing the test. When Barry gets an alert about Mist, he confronts him alone, telling the team he's defeated him before. Eobard disregards this and follows him anyway. Barry goes after Mist, who lures Barry into a construction site, where the rest of the rogues reveal themselves. They utterly destroy Barry. Mirror Master traps him in a mirror dimension so he can't contact the team, Mist releasing his poison to prevent any of team flash from coming in and Henry Hewitt using his limited matter shifting powers to maintain Mist in his gaseous state for a long period of time, as Weather Wizard tortures Barry with lightning strikes he's unable to escape inside the mirror dimension. Weather Wizard remarks about how he's been told not to kill Barry, but the temptation's too much with him at his weakest like this. Weather Wizard energizes lightning to hit Barry with a final lightning strike big enough to kill him. Just as he's about to hurl it at Barry, Eobard throws lightning through the Shade's shroud of darkness and Mist's poison, into the mirror dimension portal and it hits Weather Wizard. Eobard then spins his arms at superspeed to blow Mist's poison away and gives Cisco the go ahead to vibe and Caitlin shoots her ice through the vibe to avoid Shade's shroud and into the mirror dimension portal, forcing Mirror Master to spit out Barry and Weather Wizard. Barry's still weak, but Wizard immediately begins to bring a snowstorm onto the construction site, nearly disabling Eobard, Mist then joining in with his poison, nearly killing them. Cisco quickly opens vibes under them both, pulling them out of there and back to STAR Labs. Later Barry says that he's fought a group of rogues before, but this was different, that they were organized, smart, similar to their team, they knew how to combine their powers to work together. Barry thanks Eobard for helping, who brims with pride in return, the rest of the team following suit with Barry. Barry suggests they find out whose behind the rogues now. Iris suggests that Caitlin speak up, and she admits that it was Icicle who broke the rogues out, showing that there was cryonic DNA particles with DNA similar to her in the wounds of the guards, though says that while her brother was never dumb, he wasn't a genius and wouldn't really understand how the powers of the rogues work and that it has to be someone else behind it fully. The rogues celebrate their victory at having the Flash running scared, only for them to be approached by Icicle, confirming that yes, he helped them escape. Icicle tells them that they'll have to be patient before they can get their next shot at the Flash, that their boss has other plans for now. Meanwhile Cisco gets a vibe of Gypsy being attacked... by Icicle. End scene is Eobard, alone in the cortex, staring at the Flash costume on the mannequin. He quickly puts on, looking at himself in a reflection in the suit. He hears Barry coming and quickly puts the suit back. Barry asks him what he's doing and Eobard says he's doing nothing. Barry asks him if he wants to get a beer. Eobard brightens up and immediately agrees.
GOOD VIBRATIONS: Cisco and Caitlin prepare to make their way to Gypsy's earth. Barry insists on coming too. But they tell him he has to stay to deal with the rogues. Barry agrees and he, Eobard and Ralph began to investigate who brought the rogues together (Ralph left town to spend some time connecting with Sue and has just now returned). Eobard is ecstatic at the idea of working on the case with Barry, but bitter and annoyed at Ralph joining in. Cisco and Caitlin go to protect Gypsy. Gypsy's resistant and uncomfortable with this, but does agree, with some awkwardness between her and Cisco. But when they're caught off guard, she's taken by Icicle, him telling Cisco that if he want Gypsy alive, Caitlin will come to him at , alone.
Meanwhile Barry, Eobard and Ralph look into the attack on the prison that set them free, coming to the conclusion that while Icicle isn't a dark matter meta and wouldn't have been affected by the meta dampeners, the prison walls are also re-enforced to be resistant to cold and heat based attacks, meaning he didn't break in using his ice powers. Barry and Ralph realize that the wall was broken with sheer concussive force, much to Eobard's jealousy and annoyance. Barry deduces that it was done using sound wave vibration, saying that he remembers when a similar breaking pattern was done by Black Siren. Eobard cuts in, insisting that in order to use a weapon that could do that, someone would have to know the appropriate density of the wall to make it break the way it did, smugly sneering at Ralph. Barry ignores Eobard's attitude towards Ralph, focused on the task, and realizes that someone would need the city's schematics for the prison to figure it out and decides that they have to check the city's records for any clues there.
Caitlin agrees to go to her brother, even though Cisco struggles with the idea of Caitlin giving her life for Gypsy. He tells Caitlin that he knows she's been feeling guilty, but that doesn't mean she has to martyr herself. Caitlin tells him that she has to prove that she's not like him, to herself. She goes to the location, Cisco following her, and tells her brother that he can do whatever he wants with her if he gives up Gypsy. Icicle laughs in her face, telling her, only calling her by the name Killer Frost, that he's doing this for her. He says that she's spent all this time trying to make amends for her actions to be worthy of this team flash family she's built for herself, she's ignoring that their powers make the only family they have eachother. Icicle continues that everything she touches eventually turns to death, and he's gonna make sure she sees that. Icicle slices Gypsy's wrist with his fingertip icicle and freezing begins spreading up Gypsy's arm. Cisco rushes in to Gypsy's side. Caitlin, in rage, fights Iclicle, and he enjoys it, seeing her let loose. Icicle says that this is his sister, not the reserved lady Caitlin Snow, but the angry, numb to pain Killer Frost. He lets her stab him, and hold his throat, her finger tips also turning into icicles, cutting into his neck, him simply smiling in response. But Caitlin regains focus when she hears Cisco crying out for Gypsy. Icicle tries to goad her back, but she tosses him aside and rushes to Cisco and Gypsy. Cisco begs Caitlin for an answer on what to do. She doesn't know. She grabs Gypsy's wrist to examine it more properly, and in her panicking emotional state, begins to absorb the cold from Gypsy. This visibly hurts Caitlin, but Gypsy's isn't frozen, so she smiles in relief.
Barry, Ralph and Eobard discover that the city's records had been hacked and the schematics downloaded by someone. Barry calls Iris and asks her to check some shipping manifests of similar components of what could be used to build a sonic canon and who ordered them, messaging her with that info. Eobard also simply dismisses Ralph's contribution to the case completely.
After, Gypsy talks to Cisco about what she knows he's been doing. She explains that she still gets vibes from him the way he does from her. She tells him that he can't seriously be considering giving up being a hero. Cisco says that he thought she'd be happy, because his commitment to the team is why they broke up. She tells him that she'd never ask for him to just quit being a hero like that, and even though they're not together now, she still loves him and wouldn't want him to disregard that being Vibe is who he is. Cisco rejects that idea, saying that he was Cisco Ramone for over 2 decades before he was Vibe. She says that maybe he always was and he didn't know it. He continues that before he became Vibe, before Team Flash, before STAR Labs, he still talked to his family, he still had a brother, his vibes didn't give him nightmares of his brother dying, reminding him that it was his fault. Gypsy asks what he means by that. He tells her that after looking into Dante's car wreck about a year after it happened due to vibe nightmares, he found out that the reason the wreck happened wasn't because another car was going too fast or a leaking break line or something else, but because Dante's hand had a muscle spasm during driving, brought on by Captain Cold freezing Dante's hand and it not being fixed fast enough, because Cold was targeting him, because he was on team flash. Gypsy tells him that he can't blame himself for it. Cisco says that he can because it's his fault. Because of that his parents don't have a son and he doesn't have a brother, that this life hurts the ones he loves. He doesn't want to be apart of that anymore. He says that he still loves her too and he hopes that she'd want to continue what they had after this. She tells him that as much as she'd want to be with him, she doesn't think it'd be easy to be with Cisco when he refuses to be who she knows he is.
Iris brings Barry the manifests she got, which says that only a couple companies have ordered them. Barry notices the name of one of the companies, T.E.S.S. and ponders that, telling Iris that the name sounds familiar, only to come to a realization.
As they leave Caitlin and Cisco talk, him telling her that being Killer Frost isn't all her powers bring her, that if she hadn't been there Gypsy might've died. Caitlin replies that what she can do with the powers doesn't change what she's done in the past. She tells him that she appreciates that he wants to make her feel better, but she doesn't deserve it. Her and Cisco breach back to E-1.
Barry discovers that their most recent Harrison Wells is the one who broke the rogues out of prison and showed them what to do with their powers.
I AM HARRISON WELLS: Barry works to discover the truth behind Harrison Wells and discovers that this is actually E-1 Harrison Wells. Perplexed by this the team look back into the body of Harrison Wells they found in season 1. They find a large blade wound through the back and chest of the body and realize it's not E-1 Harrison's body, but HR's. They look at HR's grave and discover the body's been taken. After setting a trap and capturing Harrison Wells, they question him. He tells them that Eobard's device didn't kill him, but left him barely alive and barely able to move. Eobard then dumped him in the river. But Cicada pulled him out and used his dagger to almost suspend his body as is, keeping him from dying. Cicada had used his dagger to slice into the speedforce through time. The team ask Wells why he would help Cicada. He says that Cicada told him that he'd get his wife back if he helped him. We see flashbacks to this. Barry confronts Cicada in his cell about what he's planning, why he had Harrison Wells bring the rogues together and why he let himself be captured when the dagger allows him to do more than they thought. Cicada calmly tells Barry that he's right where he wants to be. Barry says that with his powers to go through time, he thinks he'd have stopped his daughter's death. Cicada angrily snaps back that Barry should know better than most that time isn't easily messed with, but then reveals that his dagger can't allow him to change the past, saying that it's not natural. Cicada slyly tells Barry sweet dreams as he leaves. Post title scene is, when Barry gets back to STAR Labs, he finds the team unconscious, before he's zapped and falls unconscious. Barry somehow angers Eobard.
THE DOCTOR IS IN: Barry and the team are trapped in their nightmares, by Doctor Destiny (Preferably voiced by Zachary Quinto). A former ARGUS security team member, John Dee, who was fired and implicated in the stealing of ARGUS secrets in a series of events set into motion by Barry breaking into ARGUS in Infantino Street. As a way to get a reduced sentence from ARGUS he agreed to mind experimentation, which gave him powers in dream manipulation. In his nightmare Barry is forced to relive the death of his mom over and over again, constantly trying to run to save her, but never able to get there in time. He breaks free of this by choosing to not chase after saving his mom, realizing that whenever he's let villains escape it's been out of fear of leaving those they've threatened, like he feels like he left his mom when she died. Eobard sees his fear of Flash outrunning him, looking down on him, telling him how he'll never be good enough, then a vibrating face but glowing red eyed Reverse-Flash taunting him, causing Eobard to in a fit of rage tear Flash's heart out. Cisco sees himself alone, broken, all his friends and family gone, lost to him being a superhero, Wellsbard telling him how special he is and how he should be grateful for the purpose and gift he'd given him, to which Cisco yells out that he didn't give him a purpose, but pain and loss. Caitlin sees her powers killing everyone she loves, Cisco, Barry, Ronnie as Icicle and Zoom taunt her about how everything she touches turns to death and seeing herself as killing HR instead of Savitar. Iris sees unable to connect with her family, with Nora in the future. When Barry escapes his trap he tells the team that they're fears don't have to define them and most of them get out. Eobard, in rage, refuses to listen. Eobard gets out when Barry tracks down John Dee and is able to defeat him by making him exhaust his mind and fall into unconsciousness. Meanwhile the city's left vulnerable to the rogues latest set of attacks. The city's surrounded by a lightning storm courtesy of Weather Wizard, preventing anyone from getting in or out. After a group of SWAT is killed by Mist, Captain Singh, fearful, in desperation, turns to Cicada, the only one who can use the meta power draining dagger. Barry and the team comes out of their nightmares, to see Cicada practically let loose on the streets with the backing of the CCPD and him killing Mist in front of Barry. Post credits scene is Matt Letscher's Eobard telling Young Eobard that he's destined, not to be the Flash, but to be his greatest enemy, to Young Eobard's horror, the Reverse Flash. Matt Letscher's Eobard leaves him a box, saying he'll know what to with it, before speeding away.
TEAM ROGUE: As Cicada hunts down the rogues, Barry and the team try to track them down as fast as possible to keep them safe, knowing that Cicada won't stop at them. Eobard is angry and frustrated at Barry's treatment of him when he wants to go after the rogues with them and Barry tells him to take time to work himself. Still dealing with being told by his future self he'll become RF, he begins to feel like Barry's been manipulating him to keep him docile, to keep him as a lesser hero than Flash is. Eobard then becomes enraged at seeing Barry stop Cicada from killing Henry Hewitt and get cheered on by some civilians. Barry manages to gather all the rogues, drawing Cicada to them. Cicada attacks STAR Labs, team flash fighting against him. Barry gives an order for Eobard to get the remaining rogues out of STAR Labs, which angers Eobard and, feeling consumed by rage, he attacks Barry while he's distracted. This causes a 3-pronged battle between Eobard, Barry and Cicada. Barry tries to talk Eobard down, but it only makes him more angry, thinking that Barry looks down on him as if he's a sidekick, then proclaiming that he's ten times the Flash Barry is. Their fight drags into the cortex. Barry manages to trip Eobard up and holds him down, telling him that he's been trying to help him. Eobard yells back that Barry's lying and has been trying to keep him down. Cicada uses his dagger to set off an explosion, which distracts Barry just enough for Eobard to gain the upper hand, just as the explosion engulfs the cortex. Minutes later, the team digs through wreckage in the cortex, finding Barry. They ask him where Cicada and Eobard is. He says they must've gotten away. Afterwards they discover that Cicada took all the files on every metahuman in Central City. Barry tells everyone that it doesn't matter, because all they have to do is believe in eachother and he knows that they can defeat Cicada. Barry turns away from, smiling almost sinisterly as he walks away from them, revealing that he's not Barry, but is Eobard, as we see flashes to what his future self left him, it being a device the same as the one Eobard used to make himself look like Harrison Wells and also used to make himself look like Martin Stein in Legends Of Tomorrow. Post credits scene is Barry having been locked up in a newly constructed meta prison wing in iron heights, also made to look like someone else, using Eobard's device.
MY NAME IS EOBARD THAWNE/GORILLA GRODD VS. KING SHARK(?): The episode opens with a classic Flash opening monologue, only now Eobard is saying it, the whole spiel. Eobard takes out some bank robbers, saves a cat from a tree and stops to pose for some cameras with a shiny toothed smile. He's on a role and is sure to stop by Barry and gloat about it to him. Being the Flash is all he does. Iris is concerned about the man who she thinks is Barry, and talks to him about it, saying that she's afraid he'll run himself ragged and get hurt. Eobard, playing the role of Barry dismisses it, saying that it's fine, he just wants to get a lot done. Meanwhile, we still see Dr. Tanya Lamden interacting with King Shark and talking to him, when suddenly the power goes out and she's mind controlled into letting Shark go and leading him to Grodd. Same with Gorilla Grodd escaping the night of the enlightenment. The team wonders why he was taken. Cisco remarks on what Nora said in the premiere about King Shark and Eobard (as Barry) blankly responds to it. Iris is confused about that. The others do too, but Iris is more intuiting the situation. They talk to Tanya, whose emotional about the whole situation, much to Eobard's annoyance. He eventually snaps at her to get answers out of her. She explains that she was work on reversing the transmuting of his DNA and had just recently given him an agent that was untangling the shark DNA in him. Grodd then mind controls Caitlin to break into the STAR Labs archives and steal the piece of the satellite that was used to project the dark matter Devoe was going to use in his enlightenment and Pied Piper's gloves. When Cisco tries to stop her, she fights and hurts him. Afterwards, Caitlin is furious at herself, and refusing the leave Cisco's side in the medical bay. They then get a report of Tanya Lamden being taken from her lab. Eobard realizes that if Grodd were to extract that combination of the agent and transmuted DNA, he could use it recreate it's effects and use the Devoe dark matter tech and the pied piper gloves to create a dark matter gene sonic pulse that could be used to turn everyone into gorillas. Iris likens it a reverse gene bomb. Eobard draws a blank on that and Iris, suspiciously, reminds him of the dominators situation. Eobard shakes it off with a smirk, then looks at Iris, with clear understanding of his mess up, as she looks at Caitlin, suggesting that Barry help her realize this wasn't her fault. Eobard jumps at the chance to justify himself, sensing Iris' discomfort at his lack of knowledge about their past cases, saying he'll talk to her. He does so, telling her, almost in a way where he's ignorant of her pain, that Grodd controls minds and it wasn't her choices that did this. Caitlin angrily snaps back, becoming icy as she does, saying that it's her fault, because everything she cares about turns to death. Eobard tells her that if they don't stop Grodd, Cisco would've been hurt for nothing that they need to catch him. Eobard and Killer Frost, after Eobard calculates where the perfect location to activate the pulse would be (a government satellite to release the pulse), go off to confront them. Eobard convinces Frost to go and save Tanya Lamden, as she's the only one who can deactivate the pulse device, saying that he'll fight Grodd. But in reality, he goes to King Shark, telling him that Grodd killed Tanya, sending King Shark into rage, and Eobard lets him loose to defeat him. The fight happens. King Shark wins, is going to kill Gorilla Grodd and is tranqed by Eobard, just in time. King Shark tells Tanya that he thought he'd lost her, very similar ending for them. Eobard, having lied to the team that he died due to the injuries given to him by King Shark, saying that he turned his body over to ARGUS. But Gorilla Grodd is locked up in a large cell under STAR Labs, in secret. And Eobard reveals himself to him, first mocking his turning people into gorillas plan, then telling him that he needs his help, that he needs him to create a psychic link between Eobard and Barry, so he can use his memories. Gorilla Grodd asks what he'd get in return. Eobard says he can make sure he can gets the Flash's speed. END TITLE. Iris goes to talk to Joe and tells him about what's been happening, telling him that she thinks something is very wrong with Barry. END.
PRISON ROGUE: Barry finds himself trapped, looking like meta serial killer.
As Barry attempts to contact the outside world, when Eobard nearly kills a meta villain, the team suspects something is off with the Flash and investigate the changes.
Siren X, Magenta, Weather Wizard, Shade
NOWHERE TO RUN: Eobard finds himself cornered. With the team knowing who he is and seeking to get Barry out of the meta prison, he begins to dangerously unravel. The team helps Barry escape and he confronts Eobard, fighting him to his defeat. Eobard is furious, blaming Barry for everything wrong in his life, and taking away his opportunity to be a real hero. Barry simply tells Eobard that he did that to himself and that if he wanted to be a hero himself, he'd be one, not try to steal another's life. Eobard, in a fit of rage states that he sees the error in trying to be the Flash now, saying that the Flash is pathetic, weak and nothing, and that he'll make himself better than the Flash. The post scene is Ralph entering his office to find Eobard there, who tells Ralph that he understands him. Living his whole life feeling insecure about himself and his abilities and how when he tries to achieve greatness, Barry's there to slap him down. Ralph dismisses that thinking, saying that he knows he caused his own problems, same as Eobard did. Ralph then says that the difference between them is that he's accepted that responsibility and Barry understands that because he's his friend. Eobard taunts Ralph before revealing by giving Ralph a newpaper hologram, with the headline titled, "SOCIALITE SUSAN DEARBON FOUND DEAD IN BRUTAL META ATTACK". Eobard evily smiles.
EOBARD: But we both know that that won't last long. When Barry finds out what you're going to have to do to prevent it, he'll try to stop you.
RALPH: Prevent what?
EOBARD: One of the few people in your life that's made you feel worthwhile, I know that to keep that, you'll do anything.
EOBARD: And of course, in Barry's infinite arrogance, you'll see his hypocrisy. If you'd accepted me as the Flash I'd have prevented it. After everything he did too... or at least tried to do anyway, to save Iris-
RALPH: Prevent what?!
EOBARD: Her death. Your dear Sue: She's going to be murdered.
IDENTITY CRISIS, PART 1: With the knowledge of Sue's future, Ralph works to subvert it anyway he can, even seeking the help of Cicada, putting him into conflict with Barry.
IDENTITY CRISIS, PART 2: Now armed in knowing who Sue's killer will be, Ralph hunts him down on his own.
Sebastian Roché as Doctor Light
THE BEGINNING OF THE END: Barry and Eobard finally confront eachother.
OUR TIME HAS COME: As Cicada enacts the final part of his plan, Barry and the team work to counter the pulse he's created to kill metahumans.
REVERSE: As Eobard attempts to manipulate the speedforce and fill himself with all its power, Barry's forced to take drastic measures to prevent it.
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2017.06.22 06:45 tombstoneshadows28 All of the MPAA/CARA-rated films of 2014 (out of the 9,261 films released worldwide that year.)

  1. A Magic Christmas (Director: R. Michael Givens)
  2. Agent F.O.X. (Director: Ge Shuiying)
  3. Dognapped (Director: Berenika Maciejewicz)
  4. Frozen In Time (Director: Alex Leung)
  5. Maya The Bee Movie (Director: Alexs Stadermann)
  6. Rio II (Director: Carlos Saldanha)
  7. Space Dogs: Adventures To The Moon (Directors: Inna Evlannikova, Aleksander Khramtsov, Vadim Sotskov + Mike Disa)
  8. The Boxcar Children (Director: Daniel Chuba, Mark A.Z. Dippé + Kyungho Jo)
  9. The Hero Of Color City (Director: Frank Gladstone)
  1. 16 Stones (Director: Brian Brough)
  2. A Belle For Christmas (Director: Jason Dallas)
  3. A Fine Step (Director: Jonathan Meyers)
  4. A Little Game (Director: Evan Oppenheimer)
  5. A Long Way Off (Directors: Michael Davis + John Errington)
  6. A Matter Of Faith (Director: Rich Christiano)
  7. Ace Wonder: Message from a Dead Man (Director: John Robert Moore)
  8. Against The Sun (Director: Brian Falk)
  9. Alexander And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day (Director: Miguel Aerteta)
  10. An Evergreen Christmas (Director: Jeremy Culver)
  11. Annie (Director: Will Gluck)
  12. Antboy: Revenge Of The Red Fury (Director: Ask Hasselbalch)
  13. Ava & Lala (Director: undisclosed)
  14. Axel: The Biggest Little Hero (Director: Leo Lee)
  15. Beyond Beyond (Director: Esben Toft Jacobsen)
  16. Big Hero 6 (Directors: Don Hall + Chris Williams)
  17. Black Coffee (Director: Mark Harris)
  18. Bucky And The Squirrels (Director: Allan Katz)
  19. Cantiflas (Director: Sebastian del Amo)
  20. Christian Mingle (Director: Corbin Bernsen)
  21. Dakota’s Summer (Director: Timothy Armstrong)
  22. Dolphin’s Tale II (Director: Charles Martin Smith)
  23. Dude, Where’s My Dog?! (Director: Stephen Langford)
  24. Dwegons And Leprechauns (Director: Tom Walsh)
  25. Earth To Echo (Director: Dave Green)
  26. East Side Sushi (Director: Anthony Lucero)
  27. Falcon Song (Director: Jason Corgan Brown)
  28. Get Santa (Director: Christopher Smith)
  29. God’s Not Dead (Director: Harold Cronk)
  30. Heaven Is For Real (Director: Randall Wallace)
  31. Henry & Me (Director: Barrett Esposito)
  32. Highway To Dhampus (Director: Rick McFarland)
  33. How To Train Your Dragon II (Director: Dean DeBlois)
  34. Inspired Guns (Director: Adam White)
  35. Into The Woods (Director: Rob Marshall)
  36. Lucky Dog (Director: Michael Feifer)
  37. Maleficent (Director: Robert Stromberg)
  38. Million Dollar Arm (Director: Craig Gillespie)
  39. Missing William (Director: Kenn MacRae)
  40. Moms’ Night Out (Directors: Andrew Erwin + Jon Erwin)
  41. Mr. Peabody & Sherman (Director: Rob Minkoff)
  42. Mule-Tide Christmas (Director: Gorka Vázquez)
  43. Mummy, I’m A Zombie (Directors: Beñat Beitia, Ricardo Ramón + MJ Lallo)
  44. Mune: Guardian Of The Moon (Directors: Alexandre Heboyan + Benoît Philippon)
  45. Muppets Most Wanted (Director: James Bobin)
  46. My Dog The Space Traveler (Director: Robin Christian)
  47. Night At The Museum: Secret Of The Tomb (Director: Shawn Levy)
  48. Paddington (Director: Paul King)
  49. Penguins Of Madagascar (Directors: Eric Darnell + Simon J. Smith)
  50. Planes: Fire & Rescue (Director: Roberts Gannaway)
  51. Pudsey The Dog: The Movie (Director: Nick Moore)
  52. Ribbit (Director: Chuck Powers)
  53. Road To The Open (Director: Cole Claassen)
  54. Saving Christmas (Director: Darren Doane)
  55. Small Town Santa (Director: Joel Paul Reisig)
  56. Song Of The Sea (Director: Tomm Moore)
  57. The Adventures Of RoboRex (Director: Stephen Shimek)
  58. The Better Angels (Director: A.J. Edwards)
  59. The Book Of Life (Director: Jorge R. Gutiérrez)
  60. The Boxtrolls (Director: Graham Annable + Anthony Stacchi)
  61. The Dog Who Saved Easter (Director: Sean Olson)
  62. The Hundred-Foot Journey (Director: Lasse Hallström)
  63. The Identical (Director: Dustin Marcellino)
  64. The Incredible Adventure of Jojo (And His Annoying Little Sister Avila) (Director: Brian Schmidt)
  65. The Journey Home (Directors: Roger Spottiswoode + Brandon Quilici)
  66. The Last Straw (Director: Rob Diamond)
  67. The Legend Of Longwood (Director: Lisa Mulcahy)
  68. The Lego Movie (Directors: Phil Lord + Christopher Miller)
  69. The Letters (Director: William Riead)
  70. The Nut Job (Director: Peter Lepeniotis)
  71. The One I Wrote For You (Director: Andrew Lauer)
  72. The Perfect Wave (Director: Bruce Macdonald)
  73. The Princess And The Magic Mirror (Director: Ernesto Padrón)
  74. The Prophet (Directors: Roger Allers, Gaëtan Brizzi, Paul Brizzi, Joan C. Gratz, Mohammed Saeed Harib, Tomm Moore, Nina Paley, Bill Plympton, Joann Sfar + Michal Socha)
  75. The Seventh Dwarf (Director: Boris Aljinovic + Harald Siepermann)
  76. When Marnie Was There (Director: Hiromasa Yonebayashi)
  77. When The Game Stands Tall (Director: Thomas Carter)
  78. Wings: Sky Force Heroes (Directors: Tony Tang + Mychal Simka)
  79. Yellowbird (Director: Christian De Vita)
  1. 23 Blast (Director: Dylan Baker)
  2. 3 Days To Kill (Director: McG)
  3. 3 Hearts (Director: Benoît Jacquot)
  4. 4 Minute Mile (Director: Charles-Olivier Michaud)
  5. 5 Flights Up (Director: Richard Loncraine)
  6. 50 To 1 (Director: Jim Wilson)
  7. 8 Days (Director: Jaco Booyens)
  8. A Brilliant Young Mind (Director: Morgan Matthews)
  9. A Merry Friggin’ Christmas (Director: Tristram Shapeero)
  10. A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence (Director: Roy Andersson)
  11. Alongside Night (Director: J. Neil Schulman)
  12. And So It Goes (Director: Rob Reiner)
  13. Angels In Stardust (Director: William Robert Carey)
  14. Appleseed Alpha (Director: Shinji Aramaki)
  15. Atlas Shrugged: Who Is John Galt? (Director: James Manera)
  16. Authors Anonymous (Director: Ellie Kanner)
  17. Barefoot (Director: Andrew Fleming)
  18. Beauty And The Beast (Director: Christophe Gans)
  19. Before We Go (Director: Chris Evans)
  20. Believe Me (Director: Will Bakke)
  21. Beyond The Lights (Director: Gina Prince-Bythewood)
  22. Big Eyes (Director: Tim Burton)
  23. Big Game (Director: Jalmari Helander)
  24. Big Stone Gap (Director: Adriana Trigiani)
  25. Black Or White (Director: Mike Binder)
  26. Blended (Director: Frank Coraci)
  27. Brick Mansions (Director: Camille Delamarre)
  28. Bullseye (Director: Alex Prister)
  29. Captain America: The Winter Soldier (Directors: Anthony Russo + Joe Russo)
  30. Cesar Chavez (Director: Diego Luna)
  31. Coming Home (Director: Yimou Zhang)
  32. Counterclock (Director: Dylan Hoang)
  33. Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes (Director: Matt Reeves)
  34. Desert Dancer (Director: Richard Raymond)
  35. Destiny (Director: Jeremy Whittaker)
  36. Divergent (Director: Neil Burger)
  37. Doc Holliday’s Revenge (Director: David DeCoteau)
  38. Dracula Untold (Director: Gary Shore)
  39. Draft Day (Director: Ivan Reitman)
  40. Dumb And Dumber To (Directors: Bobby Farrelly + Peter Farrelly)
  41. Edge Of Tomorrow (Director: Doug Liman)
  42. Effie Gray (Director: Richard Laxton)
  43. Elsa & Fred (Director: Michael Radford)
  44. Flight 7500 (Director: Takashi Shimizu)
  45. Frontera (Director: Michael Berry)
  46. Garm Wars: The Last Druid (Director: Mamoru Oshii)
  47. Get On Up (Director: Tate Taylor)
  48. Godzilla (Director: Gareth Edwards)
  49. Guardians Of The Galaxy (Director: James Gunn)
  50. Hercules (Director: Brett Ratner)
  51. I, Frankenstein (Director: Stuart Beattie)
  52. If I Stay (Director: R.J. Cutler)
  53. Innocence (Director: Hilary Brougher)
  54. Interstellar (Director: Christopher Nolan)
  55. Into The Storm (Director: Steven Quale)
  56. Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (Director: Kenneth Branagh)
  57. Jackie & Ryan (Director: Ami Canaan Mann)
  58. Jessabelle (Director: Kevin Greutert)
  59. Jimmy’s Hall (Director: Ken Loach)
  60. Jinn (Director: Ajmal Zaheer Ahmad)
  61. Left Behind (Director: Vic Armstrong)
  62. Light From The Darkroom (Director: Lance McDaniel)
  63. Like A Country Song (Director: Johnny Remo)
  64. Love & Mercy (Director: Bill Pohlad)
  65. Magic In The Moonlight (Director: Woody Allen)
  66. Manglehorn (Director: David Gordon Green)
  67. Miss Julie (Director: Liv Ullmann)
  68. Murder101 (Directors: Michael Phillip Edwards + Sheldon Robins)
  69. My Old Lady (Director: Israel Horovitz)
  70. Need For Speed (Director: Scott Waugh)
  71. No Good Deed (Director: Sam Miller)
  72. Noah (Director: Darren Aronofsky)
  73. Noble (Director: Stephen Bradley)
  74. Non-Stop (Director: Jaume Collet-Serra)
  75. Northern Soul (Director: Elaine Constantine)
  76. Of Mind And Music (Director: Richie Adams)
  77. Old Fashioned (Director: Rik Swartzwelder)
  78. Ouija (Director: Stiles White)
  79. Pawn Sacrifice (Director: Edward Zwick)
  80. Persecuted (Director: Daniel Lusko)
  81. Persistence Of Memory (Director Candace Amiguet)
  82. Phoenix (Director: Christian Petzold)
  83. Pompeii (Director: Paul W.S. Anderson)
  84. Queen Of The Mountains (Director: Sadyk Sher-Niyaz)
  85. Ragamuffin (Director: David Leo Shultz)
  86. Reach Me (Director: John Herzfeld)
  87. Red Sky (Director: Mario Van Peebles)
  88. Ride Along (Director: Tim Story)
  89. RoboCop (Director: José Padilha)
  90. Robot Overlords (Director: Jon Wright)
  91. Rumors Of Wars (Director: Paul Tomborello)
  92. SBK The Movie (Director: Aaron Re)
  93. Saints And Soldiers: The Void (Director: Ryan Little)
  94. Selma (Director: Ava DuVernay)
  95. Seventh Son (Director: Sergei Bodrov)
  96. Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage (Director: Shahin Sean Solimon)
  97. Son Of God (Director: Christopher Spencer)
  98. Song One (Director: Kate Barker-Froyland)
  99. St. Vincent (Director: Theodore Melfi)
  100. Step Up: All In (Director: Trish Sie)
  101. Still Alice (Directors: Richard Glatzer + Wash Westmoreland)
  102. Stonehearst Asylum (Director: Brad Anderson)
  103. Streets Of Hope (Director: Jennifer Tadlock)
  104. Surrender (Director: Danny Rogers)
  105. Taken III (Director: Olivier Megaton)
  106. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Director: Jonathan Liebesman)
  107. Testament Of Youth (Director: James Kent)
  108. The Amazing Spider-Man II (Director: Marc Webb)
  109. The Best Of Me (Director: Michael Hoffman)
  110. The Cobbler (Director: Tom McCarthy)
  111. The Devil’s Hand (Director: Christian E. Christiansen)
  112. The Expendables III (Director: Patrick Hughes)
  113. The Fault In Our Stars (Director: Josh Boone)
  114. The Fluffy Movie: Unity Through Laughter (Directors: Manny Rodriguez + Jay Lavender)
  115. The Good Lie (Director: Philippe Falardeau)
  116. The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies (Director: Peter Jackson)
  117. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay (Pt. 1) (Director: Francis Lawrence)
  118. The Imitation Game (Director: Morten Tyldum)
  119. The Last Five Years (Director: Richard LaGravenese)
  120. The Legend Of Hercules (Director: Renny Harlin)
  121. The Longest Week (Director: Peter Glanz)
  122. The Maze Runner (Director: Wes Ball)
  123. The Monuments Men (Director: George Clooney)
  124. The Other Woman (Director: Nick Cassavetes)
  125. The Quiet Ones (Director: John Pogues)
  126. The Remaining (Director: Casey La Scala)
  127. The Signal (Director: William Eubank)
  128. The Single Moms Club (Director: Tyler Perry)
  129. The Sisterhood Of Night (Director: Caryn Waechter)
  130. The Song (Director: Richard Ramsey)
  131. The Theory Of Everything (Director: James Marsh)
  132. The Two Faces Of January (Director: Hossein Amini)
  133. The Woman In Black II: Angel Of Death (Director: Tom Harper)
  134. Think Like A Man Too (Director: Tim Story)
  135. Til Death Do Us Part (Director: Marcus J. Mosely)
  136. Timbuktu (Director: Abderrahmane Sissako)
  137. Tom Sawyer & Huckleberry Finn (Director: Jo Kastner)
  138. Transcendence (Director: Wally Pfister)
  139. Transformers: Age Of Extinction (Director: Michael Bay)
  140. Two Days, One Night (Directors: Jean-Pierre Dardenne + Luc Dardenne)
  141. Unbroken (Director: Angelina Jolie)
  142. Vampire Academy (Director: Mark Waters)
  143. Veronica Mars (Director: Rob Thomas)
  144. Wayward: The Prodigal Son (Director: Rob Diamond)
  145. What We Did On Our Holiday (Directors: Andy Hamilton + Guy Jenkin)
  146. Where Hope Grows (Director: Chris Dowling)
  147. Winter’s Tale (Director: Akiva Goldsman)
  148. X-Men: Days Of Future Past (Director: Bryan Singer)
  1. $50K and a Call Girl: A Love Story (Director: Seth Grossman)
  2. ’71 (Director: Yann Demange)
  3. 10.000 Km (Director: Carlos Marques-Marcet)
  4. 108 Stitches (Director: David Rountree)
  5. 13 Sins (Director: Daniel Stamm)
  6. 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath (Director: Stanley Yung)
  7. 22 Jump Street (Director: Phil Lord + Christopher Miller)
  8. 3 Nights In The Desert (Director: Gabriel Cowan)
  9. 300: Rise Of An Empire (Director: Noam Murro)
  10. 5 To 7 (Director: Victor Levin)
  11. 99 Homes (Director: Ramin Bahrani)
  12. A Fighting Man (Director: Damian Lee)
  13. A Free Bird (Director: Gregg Russell)
  14. A Good Marriage (Director: Peter Askin)
  15. A Haunted House II (Director: Michael Tiddes)
  16. A Little Chaos (Director: Alan Rickman)
  17. A Long Way Down (Director: Pascal Chaumeil)
  18. A Million Ways To Die In The West (Director: Seth MacFarlane)
  19. A Most Violent Year (Director: J.C. Chandor)
  20. A Most Wanted Man (Director: Anton Corbijn)
  21. A Short History Of Decay (Director: Michael Maren)
  22. A Walk Among The Tombstones (Director: Scott Frank)
  23. About Alex (Director: Jesse Zwick)
  24. About Last Night (Director: Steve Pink)
  25. Addicted (Director: Bille Woodruff)
  26. Adult Beginners (Director: Ross Katz)
  27. After (Director: Pieter Gaspersz)
  28. After The Fall (Director: Saar Klein)
  29. Alex Of Venice (Director: Chris Messina)
  30. Aloft (Director: Claudio Llosa)
  31. Altergeist (Director: Tedi Sarafian)
  32. Amapola (Director: Eugenio Zanetti)
  33. American Heist (Director: Sarik Andreasyan)
  34. American Sniper (Director: Clint Eastwood)
  35. An American In Hollywood (Director: Sai Varadan)
  36. Annabelle (Director: John R. Leonetti)
  37. Ardor (Director: Pablo Fendrik)
  38. As Above, So Below (Director: John Erick Dowdle)
  39. As Night Comes (Director: Richard Zelniker)
  40. Asylum (Director: Todor Chapkanov)
  41. Automata (Director: Gabe Ibáñez)
  42. Back In The Day (Director: Michael Rosenbaum)
  43. Backcountry (Director: Adam MacDonald)
  44. Backtrack (Nazi Vengeance) (Director: Tom Sands)
  45. Balls Out (Director: Andrew Disney)
  46. Before I Go To Sleep (Director: Rowan Joffe)
  47. Behaving Badly (Director: Tim Garrick)
  48. Behind The Door (Director: Kevin Hicks)
  49. Beyond The Reach (Director: Jean-Baptiste Léonetti)
  50. Big Muddy (Director: Jefferson Moneo)
  51. Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) (Director: Alejandro González Iñárritu)
  52. Black Sea (Director: Kevin Macdonald)
  53. Blackbird (Director: Patrik-Ian Polk)
  54. Blood First (Director: Najaa Young)
  55. Born Of War (Director: Vicky Jewson)
  56. Boulevard (Director: Dito Montiel)
  57. Boyhood (Director: Richard Linklater)
  58. Boys Of Abu Ghraib (Director: Luke Moran)
  59. Break Point (Director: Jay Karas)
  60. Burying The Ex (Director: Joe Dante)
  61. By The Gun (Director: James Mottern)
  62. Cake (Director: Daniel Barnz)
  63. California Scheming (Director: Marco Weber)
  64. Calvary (Director: John Michael McDonagh)
  65. Camp X-Ray (Director: Peter Sattler)
  66. Cat Run II (Director: John Stockwell)
  67. Chef (Director: Jon Favreau)
  68. Chemical Peel (Director: Hank Braxtan)
  69. Chrysalis (Director: John Klein)
  70. Clouds Of Sils Maria (Director: Olivier Assayas)
  71. Clown (Director: Jon Watts)
  72. Cold In July (Director: Jim Mickle)
  73. Come Back To Me (Director: Paul Leyden)
  74. Comet (Director: Sam Esmail)
  75. Cooties (Directors: Jonathan Milott + Cary Murnion)
  76. Counterpunch (Director: Kenneth Castillo)
  77. Covert Operation (Director: Mathieu Weschler)
  78. Creep (Director: Patrick Brice)
  79. Cry Now (Director: Alberto Barboza)
  80. Cuban Fury (Director: James Griffiths)
  81. Cut Bank (Director: Matt Shakman)
  82. Cut Snake (Director: Tony Ayres)
  83. Cymbeline (Director: Michael Almereyda)
  84. Dark House (Director: Victor Salva)
  85. Darker Than Night (Director: Henry Bedwell)
  86. Date And Switch (Director: Chris Nelson)
  87. Dead Snow II: Red vs. Dead (Director: Tommy Wirkola)
  88. Dear White People (Director: Justin Simien)
  89. Death Do Us Part (Director: Nicholas Humphries)
  90. Decline Of An Empire (Director: Michael Redwood)
  91. Deliver Us From Evil (Director: Scott Derrickson)
  92. Devil’s Due (Directors: Matt Bettinelli-Olpin + Tyler Gillett)
  93. Disciples (Director: Joe Hollow)
  94. Dying Of The Light (Director: Paul Schrader)
  95. Eden (Director: Shyam Madiraju)
  96. Eden (Director: Mia Hansen-Løve)
  97. Electric Slide (Director: Tristan Patterson)
  98. Endless Love (Director: Shana Feste)
  99. Escobar: Paradise Lost (Director: Andrea Di Stefao)
  100. Everly (Director: Joe Lynch)
  101. Every Little Thing (Director: Amy Berg)
  102. Ex Machina (Director: Alex Garland)
  103. Exanimate (Director: Gavin Presto)
  104. Exists (Director: Eduardo Sánchez)
  105. Exodus: Gods And Kings (Director: Ridley Scott)
  106. Expelled (Director: Alex Goyette)
  107. Falcon Rising (Director: Ernie Barbarash)
  108. Fear Clinic (Director: Robert Hall)
  109. Fishing Without Nets (Director: Cutter Hodierne)
  110. Force Majeure (Director: Ruben Östlund)
  111. Fort Tilden (Directors: Sarah-Violet Bliss + Charles Rogers)
  112. Foxcatcher (Director: Bennett Miller)
  113. Frank (Director: Lenny Abrahamson)
  114. Free Fall (Director: Malek Akkad)
  115. Freedom (Director: Peter Cousens)
  116. Freezer (Director: Mikael Salomon)
  117. Friended To Death (Director: Sarah Smick)
  118. Fury (Director: David Ayer)
  119. Félix & Meira (Director: Maxime Giroux)
  120. Gemma Bovery (Director: Anne Fontaine)
  121. Gloria (Director: Christian Keller)
  122. God’s Pocket (Director: John Slattery)
  123. Gone Girl (Director: David Fincher)
  124. Good Kill (Director: Andrew Niccol)
  125. Good People (Director: Henrik Ruben Genz)
  126. Goodnight, Mommy (Directors: Severin Fiala + Veronika Franz)
  127. Grace: The Possession (Director: Jeff Chan)
  128. Guardian Angel (Director: Vahik Pirhamzei)
  129. Gunshot Straight (Director: Justin Steele)
  130. Happy Christmas (Director: Joe Swanberg)
  131. Haunt (Director: Mac Carter)
  132. Haunting Of Cellblock 11 (Director: Andrew P. Jones)
  133. Healing (Director: Craig Monahan)
  134. Heaven Knows What (Directors: Ben Safdie + Joshua Safdie)
  135. Hector And The Search For Happiness (Director: Peter Chelsom)
  136. Helen Alone (Director: Henrik Bech Poulsen)
  137. Hellion (Director: Kat Chandler)
  138. Hollows Grove (Director: Craig Efros)
  139. Honeymoon (Director: Leigh Janiak)
  140. Horrible Bosses II (Director: Sean Anders)
  141. House At The End Of The Drive (Director: David Worth)
  142. I Origins (Director: Mike Cahill)
  143. Iceman (Director: Wing-Cheong Law)
  144. In Order Of Disappearance (Director: Hans Petter Moland)
  145. In The Blood (Director: John Stockwell)
  146. In The Courtyard (Director: Pierre Salvadori)
  147. In The Name Of My Daughter (Director: André Téchiné)
  148. In The Name Of The King: The Last Job (Director: Uwe Boll)
  149. Indigenous (Director: Alastair Orr)
  150. Infinitely Polar Bear (Director: Maya Forbes)
  151. Inherent Vice (Director: Paul Thomas Anderson)
  152. It Follows (Director: David Robert Mitchell)
  153. Jarhead II: Field Of Fire (Director: Don Michael Paul)
  154. Jersey Boys (Director: Clint Eastwood)
  155. Jersey Shore Massacre (Director: Paul Tarnopol)
  156. John Doe: Vigilante (Director: Kelly Dolen)
  157. John Wick (Director: Chad Stahelski + David Leitch)
  158. Julia (Director: Matthew A. Brown)
  159. Just Before I Go (Director: Courtney Cox)
  160. Kelly & Cal (Director: Jen McGowan)
  161. Kill Me Three Times (Director: Kriv Stenders)
  162. Kill The Messenger (Director: Michael Cuesta)
  163. Kilo Two Bravo (Director: Paul Katis)
  164. Kingsman: The Secret Service (Director: Matthew Vaughn)
  165. Kite (Director: Ralph Ziman)
  166. Kony Montana (Director: Patryk Depa)
  167. Labyrinth Of Lies (Director: Giulio Ricciarelli)
  168. Laggies (Director: Lynn Shelton)
  169. Land Ho! (Directors: Aaron Katz + Martha Stephens)
  170. Lap Dance (Director: Greg Carter)
  171. Last Shift (Director: Anthony DiBlasi)
  172. Learning To Drive (Director: Isabel Coixet)
  173. Leprechaun: Origins (Director: Zach Lipovsky)
  174. Let’s Be Cops (Director: Luke Greenfield)
  175. Leviathan (Director: Andrey Zvyagintsev)
  176. Life After Beth (Director: Jeff Baena)
  177. Life Partners (Director: Susanna Fogel)
  178. Like Sunday, Like Rain (Director: Frank Whaley)
  179. Locker 13 (Directors: Bruce Dellis, Jason Marsden, Matthew Mebane, Adam Montierth + Donovan Montierth)
  180. Lords Of London (Director: Antonio Simoncini)
  181. Lost River (Director: Ryan Gosling)
  182. Love Is Strange (Director: Ira Sachs)
  183. Love, Rosie (Director: Christian Ditter)
  184. Low Down (Director: Jeff Preiss)
  185. Lucy (Director: Luc Besson)
  186. Lullaby (Director: Andrew Levitas)
  187. Madame Bovery (Director: Sophie Barthes)
  188. Making The Rules (Director: Jimbo Lee)
  189. Mall (Director: Joseph Hahn)
  190. Maps To The Stars (Director: David Cronenberg)
  191. Match (Director: Stephen Belber)
  192. Matthew 18 (Director: Roy Belfrey)
  193. Mea Culpa (Director: Fred Cavayé)
  194. Men, Women & Children (Director: Jason Reitman)
  195. Mercy (Director: Peter Cornwell)
  196. Mommy (Director: Xavier Dolan)
  197. Monsters: Dark Continent (Director: Tom Green)
  198. Mr. Turner (Director: Mike Leigh)
  199. Muffin Top: A Love Story (Director: Cathryn Michon)
  200. My Man Is A Loser (Director: Mike Young)
  201. Neighbors (Director: Nicholas Stoller)
  202. NightLights (Director: David Midell)
  203. Nightcrawler (Director: Dan Gilroy)
  204. Northmen - A Viking Saga (Director: Claudio Fäh)
  205. Obvious Child (Director: Gillian Robespierre)
  206. Operation Rogue (Director: Brian Clyde)
  207. Out Of The Dark (Director: Lluís Quílez)
  208. Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones (Director: Christopher Landon)
  209. Parts Per Billion (Director: Brian Horiuchi)
  210. Phantom Halo (Director: Antonia Bogdanovich)
  211. Plastic (Director: Julian Gilbey)
  212. Playing It Cool (Director: Justin Reardon)
  213. Predestination (Directors: Michael Spierig + Peter Spierig)
  214. Premature (Director: Dan Beer)
  215. Pride (Director: Matthew Warchus)
  216. Private Number (Director: LazRael Lison)
  217. Puncture Wounds (Director: Giorgio Serafini + James Coyne)
  218. Reasonable Doubt (Director: Peter Howitt)
  219. [rec.] 4: Apocalypse (Director: Jaume Balagueró)
  220. Reclaim (Director: Alan White)
  221. Revenge Of The Green Dragons (Directors: Wai-Keung Lau + Andrew Loo)
  222. Ride (Director: Helen Hunt)
  223. Rio, I Love You (Directors: Vicente Amorim, Guillermo Arriaga, Stephan Elliott, Sang-soo Im, Nadine Labaki, Fernando Meirelles, José Padilha, Carlos Saldanha, Paolo Sorrentino, John Turturro, Andrucha Waddington + César Charlone)
  224. Road To Paloma (Director: Jason Momoa)
  225. Rob The Mob (Director: Raymond De Felitta)
  226. Rosewater (Director: Jon Stewart)
  227. Rudderless (Director: William H. Macy)
  228. Runoff (Director: Kimberly Levin)
  229. SEAL Patrol (Director: Nicholas Aaron Mezzanatto)
  230. Sabotage (Director: David Ayer)
  231. Saint Laurent (Director: Bertrand Bonello)
  232. Samba (Directors: Olivier Nakache + Eric Toledano)
  233. School Dance (Director: Nick Cannon)
  234. Search Party (Director: Scot Armstrong)
  235. Sector 4: Extraction (Director: Olivier Gruner)
  236. See No Evil II (Director: Jen Soska + Sylvia Soska)
  237. Serena (Director: Susanne Bier)
  238. Sex Tape (Director: Jake Kasdan)
  239. She’s Funny That Way (Director: Peter Bogdanovich)
  240. Sin City: A Dame To Kill For (Directors: Frank Miller + Robert Rodriguez)
  241. Sins Of Our Youth (Director: Gary Entin)
  242. Skin Trade (Director: Ekachai Uekrongtham)
  243. Small Time (Director: Joel Surnow)
  244. Some Kind Of Beautiful (Director: Tom Vaughan)
  245. Something Wicked (Director: Darin Scott)
  246. Son Of A Gun (Director: Julius Avery)
  247. Space Station 76 (Director: Jack Plotnick)
  248. Stage Fright (Director: Jerome Sable)
  249. Stretch (Director: Joe Carnahan)
  250. Suburban Gothic (Director: Richard Bates, Jr.)
  251. Swelter (Director: Keith Parmer)
  252. T-Rex (Director: Mickey Reece)
  253. Tammy (Director: Ben Falcone)
  254. Tapped Out (Director: Allan Ungar)
  255. Teen Lust (Director: Blaine Thurier)
  256. Tell (Director: J.M.R. Luna)
  257. That Awkward Moment (Director: Tom Gormican)
  258. The Angriest Man In Brooklyn (Director: Phil Alden Robinson)
  259. The Appearing (Director: Daric Gates)
  260. The Bag Man (Director: David Grovic)
  261. The Barber (Director: Basel Owies)
  262. The Blackout (Then There Was) (Director: Louis Mandylor)
  263. The Blood Lands (Director: Simeon Halligan)
  264. The Blue Room (Director: Mathieu Amalric)
  265. The Calling (Director: Jason Stone)
  266. The Captive (Director: Atom Egoyan)
  267. The Connection (Director: Cédric Jimenez)
  268. The Dark Horse (Director: James Napier Robertson)
  269. The Dead Lands (Director: Toa Fraser)
  270. The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them (Director: Ned Benson)
  271. The Drop (Director: Michaël R. Roskam)
  272. The End Of Something (Director: Colin Rivera)
  273. The Equalizer (Director: Antoine Fuqua)
  274. The Forger (Director: Philip Martin)
  275. The Four 3 (Director: Gordon Chan)
  276. The Gambler (Director: Rupert Wyatt)
  277. The Giver (Director: Phillip Noyce)
  278. The Grand Budapest Hotel (Director: Wes Anderson)
  279. The Guest (Director: Adam Wingard)
  280. The Homesman (Director: Tommy Lee Jones)
  281. The Humbling (Director: Barry Levinson)
  282. The Hungover Games (Director: Josh Stolberg)
  283. The Interview (Directors: Evan Goldberg + Seth Rogen)
  284. The Judge (Director: David Dobkin)
  285. The Keeping Room (Director: Daniel Barber)
  286. The Last Diamond (137 Karat) (Director: Eric Barbier)
  287. The Living (Director: Jack Bryan)
  288. The Loft (Director: Erik Van Looy)
  289. The Lost Legion (Director: David Kocar + Petr Kubik)
  290. The M Word (Director: Henry Jaglom)
  291. The New Girlfriend (Director: François Ozon)
  292. The November Man (Director: Roger Donaldson)
  293. The One I Love (Director: Charlie McDowell)
  294. The Popcorn Chronicles (Director: Emilio Portes)
  295. The Possession Of Michael King (Director: David Jung)
  296. The Prince (Director: Brian A. Miller)
  297. The Purge: Anarchy (Director: James DeMonaco)
  298. The Pyramid (Director: Grégory Levasseu)
  299. The Raid II (Director: Gareth Evans)
  300. The Reckoning (Director: John V. Soto)
  301. The Riot Club (Director: Lone Scherfig)
  302. The Road Within (Director: Gren Wells)
  303. The Rover (Director: David Michôd)
  304. The Salvation (Director: Kristian Levring)
  305. The Scribbler (Director: John Suits)
  306. The Silent Storm (Director: Corinna McFarlane)
  307. The Skeleton Twins (Director Craig Johnson)
  308. The Sound And The Shadow (Director: Justin Paul Miller)
  309. The Suicide Theory (Director: Dru Brown)
  310. The Taking Of Deborah Logan (Director: Adam Robitel)
  311. The Target (Director: Chang)
  312. The Town That Dreaded Sundown (Director: Alfonso Gomez-Rejon)
  313. The Toy Soldiers (Director: Erik Peter Carlson)
  314. The Voices (Director: Marjane Satrapi)
  315. The Water Diviner (Director: Russell Crowe)
  316. The Young Kieslowski (Director: Kerem Sanga)
  317. They Came Together (Director: David Wain)
  318. They Exist (Director: BuAli Shah)
  319. This Is Where I Leave You (Director: Shawn Levy)
  320. Throwdown (Director: Timothy Woodward, Jr.)
  321. Top Five (Director: Chris Rock)
  322. Trash (Directors: Stephen Daldry + Christian Duurvoort)
  323. Tusk (Director: Kevin Smith)
  324. Two Men I Town (Director: Rachid Bouchareb)
  325. Two Night Stand (Director: Max Nichols)
  326. Two-Bit Waltz (Director: Clara Mamet)
  327. Unfriended (Director: Levan Gabriadze)
  328. Unsullied (Director: Simeon Rice)
  329. V/H/S Viral (Directors: Justin Benson, Gregg Bishop, Todd Lincoln, Aaron Moorhead, Marcel Sarmiento + Nacho Vigalondo)
  330. Walk Of Shame (Director: Steven Brill)
  331. Warrior Princess (Director: Shuuertsetseg Baatarsuren)
  332. We’ll Never Have Paris (Directors: Simon Helberg + Jocelyn Towne)
  333. Welcome To Me (Director: Shira Piven)
  334. Welcome To New York (Director: Abel Ferrara)
  335. What We Do In The Shadows (Directors: Jemaine Clement + Taika Waititi)
  336. Wheels (Directors: Tim Gagliardo + Donavon Warren)
  337. While We’re Young (Director: Noah Baumbach)
  338. Whiplash (Director: Damien Chazelle)
  339. White Bird In A Blizzard (Director: Gregg Araki)
  340. White God (Director: Kornél Mundruczó)
  341. Wild (Director: Jean-Marc Vallée)
  342. Wild Tales (Director: Damián Szifron)
  343. Wish I Was Here (Director: Zach Braff)
  344. Wolves (Director: David Hayter)
  345. Wrong Turn VI: Last Resort (Director: Valeri Milev)
  346. You’re Not You (Director: George C. Wolfe)
  347. Young Ones (Director: Jake Paltrow)
  348. Yves Saint Laurent (Director: Jalil Lespert)
  349. Zarra’s Law (Director: Juha Wuolijoki)
  350. Zombeavers (Director: Jordan Rubin)
  1. Lucky Bastard (Director: Robert Nathan)
  2. Swearnet: The Movie (Director: Warren P. Sonoda)
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2017.06.21 11:26 autotldr Aussie bankers drug colleague with valium and laxatives in attempt to discredit him

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The 49-year-old victim has launched legal action against the investment bank Macquarie Group, known as the "Millionaires factory", which was aware of the extraordinary allegations, but did not take disciplinary action against the perpetrators.
It can be revealed that Macquarie's then divisional director Michael Rosenbaum and investment adviser Stefan Whiting repeatedly spiked the drinks of a colleague as they travelled across Brazil and Chile to inspect gold mines owned by Cleveland Mining Company.
Australian mining company Cleveland's managing director David Mendelawitz, who travelled with the Macquarie executives in South America, confirmed he witnessed Whiting administering drugs to another investment adviser.
"We were trying to represent Macquarie to our partners in South America as the best and brightest, but they kept behaving like complete d...heads."
COMPLAINT MADE. Upon their return to Australia, a representative of Macquarie's human resources department is understood to had discussed the incident with the victim, who was removed from the Cleveland account in July 2011.
"Where matters are raised, Macquarie conducts a thorough investigation and where appropriate, notifies relevant authorities," the spokeswoman said.
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2017.06.17 09:34 tombstoneshadows28 All of the MPAA/CARA-rated films of 2009 (out of the 7,004 films released worldwide that year.)

  1. Aussie + Ted’s Great Adventure (Director: Shuki Levy)
  2. Bomb! (Director: Antonio de Santos)
  3. Curious George II: Follow That Monkey! (Director: Norton Virgien)
  4. Hachi: A Dog’s Tale (Director: Lasse Hallström)
  5. Hannah Montana: The Movie (Director: Peter Chelsom)
  6. Jack And The Beanstalk (Director: Gary J. Tunnicliffe)
  7. Kikkerdril (Director: Simone van Dusseldorp)
  8. Mandie + The Secret Tunnel (Directors: Joy Chapman + Owen Smith)
  9. Opposite Day (Director: R. Michael Givens)
  10. Pelle Politibil går i vannet (Rasmus A. Sivertsen)
  11. Sam Steele and the Junior Detective Agency (Director: Tom Whitus)
  12. The Legacy (Director: Bernard Émond)
  13. The Mighty Macs (Director: Tim Chambers)
  14. The Princess And The Frog (Directors: Ron Clements + John Musker)
  15. The Strawberry Shortcake Movie: Sky's the Limit (Directors: David Mucci Fassett + Michael Hack)
  16. The True Story Of Puss ‘N Boots (Directors: Jérôme Deschamps, Pascal Hérold + Macha Makeïeff)
  17. The Velveteen Rabbit (Director: Michael Landon, Jr.)
  18. The Wild Stallion (Director: Craig Clyde)
  19. Tinker Bell And The Lost Treasure (Director: Klay Hall)
  20. Trail Of The Panda (Director: Zhong Yu)
  1. A Christmas Carol (Director: Robert Zemeckis)
  2. A Little Bit Of Faith (Director: Tiana Hailey)
  3. A Shine Of Rainbows (Director: Vic Sarin)
  4. Adam (Director: Joseph Minasi)
  5. Alabama Moon (Director: Tim McCanlies)
  6. Alien Trespass (Director: R.W. Goodwin)
  7. Aliens In The Attic (Director: John Schultz)
  8. Alvin + The Chipmunks: The Squeakquel (Director: Betty Thomas)
  9. Amargura (Director: Antonio de Santos)
  10. Amelia (Director: Mira Nair)
  11. Arthur and the Revenge of Maltazard (Director: Luc Besson)
  12. Astro Boy (Director: David Bowers)
  13. Babysitters Beware (Director: Douglas Horn)
  14. Bandslam (Director: Todd Graff)
  15. Bigfoot (Director: Kevin Tenney)
  16. Bride Wars (Director: Gary Winick)
  17. Bright Star (Director: Jane Campion)
  18. Broken Hill (Director: Dagen Merrill)
  19. C Me Dance (Director: Greg Robbins)
  20. Cairo Time (Director: Ruba Nadda)
  21. Call Of The Wild (Director: Richard Gabai)
  22. Cayman Went (Director: Bobby Sheehan)
  23. Christmas Angel (Director: Brian Brough)
  24. Christmas In Beverly Hills (Director: Neri Parenti)
  25. Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs (Directors: Phil Lord + Christopher Miller)
  26. Confessions Of A Shopaholic (Director: P.J. Hogan)
  27. Coraline (Director: Henry Selick)
  28. Coyote County Loser (Director: Jason Naumann)
  29. Disco Cops: The Movie (Director: Tanner Robbins)
  30. Dragonball: Evolution (Director: James Wong)
  31. Earthwork (Director: Chris Ordal)
  32. Faces (Director: Thomas R. Dickens)
  33. Fame (Director: Kevin Tancharoen)
  34. Fantastic Mr. Fox (Director: Wes Anderson)
  35. From Time To Time (Director: Julian Fellowes)
  36. G-Force (Director: Hoyt Yeatman)
  37. A Ted Named Gooby (Gooby) (Director: Wilson Coneybeare)
  38. Harry Potter + The Half-Blood Prince (Director: David Yates)
  39. Heiran (Director: Shalizeh Arefpoor)
  40. Hiroshima (Director: Pablo Stoll)
  41. Hotel For Dogs (Director: Thor Freudenthal)
  42. Ice Age: Dawn Of The Dinosaurs (Directors: Carlos Saldanha + Mike Thurmeier)
  43. If God Wants (Director: Arthur Diennet)
  44. Jump (Director: Stephen Fung)
  45. Little Hercules (in 3-D) (Director: Mohamed Khashoggi)
  46. Looking For Jackie (Directors: Gangliang Fang + Ping Jiang)
  47. Lost In The Woods (Director: Jim Wynorski)
  48. Luke And Lucy: The Texas Rangers (Directors: Wim Bien + Mark Mertens)
  49. Mao’s Last Dancer (Director: Bruce Beresford)
  50. Minor Details (Director: John Lyde)
  51. Monsters vs. Aliens (Directors: Rob Letterman + Conrad Vernon)
  52. Nativity! (Director: Debbie Isitt)
  53. New In Town (Director: Jonas Elmer)
  54. Night At The Museum: Battle Of The Smithsonian (Director: Shawn Levy)
  55. Old Dogs (Director: Walt Becker)
  56. One Good Man (Director: Christian Vuissa)
  57. Party Time: The Movie (Director: Juanma Fernández-Paris)
  58. Paul Blart: Mall Cop (Director: Steve Carr)
  59. Pedro (Director: undisclosed)
  60. Planet 51 (Directors: Jorge Blanco, Javier Abad + Marcos Martínez)
  61. Princess Kaiulani (Director: Marc Forby)
  62. Race To Witch Mountain (Director: Andy Fickman)
  63. Raising Kayn (Director: Colton Tran)
  64. Right Hand Drive (Director: Mark Kalbskopf)
  65. Seafoam + Salmon (Director: Sarah Kim)
  66. Shadows Of The Past (Director: Warren Ryan)
  67. Shannon’s Rainbow (Director: Frank E. Johnson)
  68. Shorts (Director: Robert Rodriguez)
  69. Silent Nights (Director: Tom Poehlmann)
  70. Sticky Fingers (Director: Ken Scott)
  71. Summer Wars (Director: Mamoru Hosoda)
  72. Super Capers: The Origins of Ed and the Missing Bullion (Director: Ray Griggs)
  73. The Bee (Director: David Rountree)
  74. The Dolphin: Story Of A Dreamer (Director: Eduardo Schuldt)
  75. The Last Passport (Directors: Kent Smith + David Temple)
  76. The Lightkeepers (Director: Daniel Adams)
  77. The Lost + Found Family (Director: Barnet Bain)
  78. The Perfect Game (Director: William Dear)
  79. The Pink Panther II (Director: Harald Zwart)
  80. The Prodigy (Director: Robert D. Hanna)
  81. The Search (Director: Perna Tseden)
  82. The Stinkville Monster (Director: Tony Trombo)
  83. The Three Investigators and the Secret of Terror Castle (Director: Florian Baxmeyer)
  84. The Young Victoria (Director: Jean-Marc Vallée)
  85. Toys In The Attic (Directors: Jirí Barta + Vivian Schilling)
  86. Up (Director: Pete Docter + Bob Peterson)
  87. When North Winds Blow (Director: James M. De Vince)
  88. Where The Wild Things Are (Director: Spike Jonze)
  89. Wild Grass (Director: Alain Resnais)
  1. 12 Rounds (Director: Renny Harlin)
  2. 17 Again (Director: Burr Steers)
  3. 2012 (Director: Roland Emmerich)
  4. 3 Idiots (Director: Rajkumar Hirani)
  5. (500) Days Of Summer (Director: Marc Webb)
  6. 9 (Director: Shane Acker)
  7. A Secret Promise (Director: Fred Manocherian)
  8. A Serious Man (Director: Joel Coen)
  9. According To Greta (Director: Nancy Bardawil)
  10. Adam (Director: Max Mayer)
  11. After Last Season (Director: Mark Region)
  12. All About Steve (Director: Phil Traill)
  13. All Ages Night (Director: Nancy Montuori Stein)
  14. All For Liberty (Director: Chris Weatherhead)
  15. All’s Faire In Love (Director: Scott Marshall)
  16. Amor y Frijoles (Directors: Mathew Kodath + Hernan Pereira)
  17. Amreeka (Director: Cherien Dabis)
  18. An Education (Director: Lone Scherfig)
  19. Angels + Demons (Director: Ron Howard)
  20. Armored (Director: Nimród Antal)
  21. Avatar (Director: James Cameron)
  22. B-Girl (Director: Emily Dell)
  23. Better The Devil You Know (Director: Greg Augustine)
  24. Beyond A Reasonable Doubt (Director: Peter Hyams)
  25. Black Sheep (Director: Humberto Hinojosa Ozcariz)
  26. Black + Blue (Director: Jill Maxcy)
  27. Bounty (Director: Jared Isham)
  28. Bran Nue Dae (Director: Rachel Perkins)
  29. Carriers (Directors: David Pastor + Àlex Pastor)
  30. Chandni Chowk To China (Director: Nikkhil Advani)
  31. Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant (Director: Paul Weitz)
  32. City Island (Director: Raymond De Felitta)
  33. Coco Before Chanel (Director: Anne Fontaine)
  34. Cold Souls (Director: Sophie Barthes)
  35. Couples Retreat (Director: Peter Billingsley)
  36. Creation (Director: Jon Amiel)
  37. Dance Flick (Director: Damien Dante Wayans)
  38. Dear Lemon Lima (Director: Suzi Yoonessi)
  39. Did You Hear About The Morgans? (Director: Marc Lawrence)
  40. Drag Me To Hell (Director: Sam Raimi)
  41. Dragon Hunter (Director: Stephen Shimek)
  42. Duplicity (Director: Tony Gilroy)
  43. Echelon Conspiracy (Director: Greg Marcks)
  44. Endgame (Director Pete Travis)
  45. Everybody’s Fine (Director: Kirk Jones)
  46. Fanboys (Director: Kyle Newman)
  47. Farzaneh (Director: David Brokhim)
  48. Fast + Furious (Director: Justin Lin)
  49. Father And Guns (Director: Émile Gaudreault)
  50. Fighting (Director: Dito Montiel)
  51. Fire From Below (Directors: Andrew Stevens + Jim Wynorski)
  52. Fired Up! (Director: Will Gluck)
  53. Flying By (Director: Jim Amatulli)
  54. For Sale By Owner (Director: Robert J. Wilson)
  55. Forget (Director: Jacob Landis-Eigsti)
  56. Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel (Director: Gareth Carrivick)
  57. From Mexico With Love (Director: Jimmy Nickerson)
  58. G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra (Director: Stephen Sommers)
  59. Gentlemen Broncos (Director: Jared Hess)
  60. Get Low (Director: Aaron Schneider)
  61. Ghosts Of Girlfriends Past (Director: Mark Waters)
  62. God Send Me A Man (Directors: Emmbre Perry + Curtis Von)
  63. God, Me...HIV? One Man Show (Directors: Devin T. Robinson + Darien F. Rodriguez)
  64. Grilling Bobby Hicks (Director: Tommy Wood)
  65. H2O Extreme (Director: William Scharpf)
  66. He’s Just Not That Into You (Director: Ken Kwapis)
  67. Hell’s Fury: Wanted Dead Or Alive (Director: Alan Chan)
  68. HER (Directors: Tyrone Tann + Omega Kayne)
  69. Hillbilly Bob Zombie (Director: Ray Basham)
  70. Hurricane Season (Director: Tim Story)
  71. I Can Do Bad All By Myself (Director: Tyler Perry)
  72. I Hate Valentine’s Day (Director: Nia Vardalos)
  73. I Love You, Beth Cooper (Director: Chris Columbus)
  74. Imagine That (Director: Karey Kirkpatrick)
  75. Invictus (Director: Clint Eastwood)
  76. Irene In Time (Director: Henry Jaglom)
  77. It’s A Mismatch (Director: Ajmal Zaheer Ahmad)
  78. Julie + Julia (Director: Nora Ephron)
  79. Karma Calling (Director: Sarba Das)
  80. Knowing (Director: Alex Proyas)
  81. Labor Pains (Director: Lara Shapiro)
  82. Land Of The Lost (Director: Brad Silberling)
  83. Like Dandelion Dust (Director: Jon Gunn)
  84. Love Happens (Director: Brandon Camp)
  85. Love Hurts (Director: Barra Grant)
  86. Love N’ Dancing (Director: Robert Iscove)
  87. Lurking Under Life (Director: William Conrad)
  88. Mack Hanglider (Directors: Mark Macaluso + Peter Macaluso)
  89. Madea Goes To Jail (Director: Tyler Perry)
  90. Mega Diva (Director: Roberto Angel Salcedo)
  91. Mexican Gold (Director: Chuck Walker)
  92. Monster Beach Party (Director: Jay Wade Edwards)
  93. Motherhood (Director: Katherine Dieckmann)
  94. My Life In Ruins (Director: Donald Petrie)
  95. My One And Only (Director: Richard Loncraine)
  96. My Sister’s Keeper (Director: Nick Cassavetes)
  97. Nine (Director: Rob Marshall)
  98. Ninja Masters (Director: Xin Xin Xiong)
  99. No Greater Love (Director: Brad J. Silverman)
  100. Nobody (Director: Rob Perez)
  101. Not Easily Broken (Director: Bill Duke)
  102. Not Since You (Director: Jeff Stephenson)
  103. Nowhere To Hide (Director: John Murlowski)
  104. Obsessed (Director: Steve Shill)
  105. Ondine (Director: Neil Jordan)
  106. Oy Vey! My Son Is Gay!! (Director: Evgeny Afineevsky)
  107. Palo Pinto Gold (Director: Anthony Henslee)
  108. Paper Heart (Director: Nicholas Jasenovec)
  109. Partners (Director: Peter James Iengo)
  110. Passport To Love (Director: Victor Vu)
  111. Pastor Browne (Director: Rockmond Dunbar)
  112. Pennsylvania Is For Lovers (Director: Mickey Reece)
  113. Play The Game (Director: Marc Fienberg)
  114. Poema de salvación (Director: Brian Dublin)
  115. Poker Run (Director: Julian Higgins)
  116. Post Grad (Director: Vicky Jenson)
  117. Push (Director: Paul McGuigan)
  118. Ripples (Director: Marc Williams)
  119. Rock Slyde (Director: Chris Dowling)
  120. Royal Kill (Director: Babar Ahmed)
  121. Sabotage (Director: Reza Sixo Fafai)
  122. Sherlock Holmes (Director: Guy Ritchie)
  123. Something Blue (Directors: Sean Dillon + Curtis Krick)
  124. Spyware (Director: Grant Richards)
  125. Star Quest (Director: Jon Bonnell)
  126. Star Trek (Director: J.J. Abrams)
  127. State Of Play (Director: Kevin McDonald)
  128. Stay Cool (Director: Michael Polish)
  129. Steppin: The Movie (Director: Michael Taliferro)
  130. Street Fighter: The Legend Of Chun-Li (Director: Andrzej Bartkowiak)
  131. Sugarland (Director: Kenny Fisher)
  132. Surrogates (Director: Jonathan Mostow)
  133. Terminator: Salvation (Director: McG)
  134. That Evening Sun (Director: Scott Teems)
  135. The Blind Side (Director: John Lee Hancock)
  136. The Box (Director: Richard Kelly)
  137. The Boys Are Back (Director: Scott Hicks)
  138. The Break-Up Artist (Director: Steve Woo)
  139. The City Of Your Final Destination (Director: James Ivory)
  140. The Concert (Director: Radu Mihaileanu)
  141. The Deported (Director: Lance Kawas)
  142. The Fourth Kind (Director: Olatunde Osunsanmi)
  143. The Greatest Song (Director: Sarah Poindexter)
  144. The Gun (Director: Julio Alvarez)
  145. The Haunting In Connecticut (Director: Peter Cornwell)
  146. The Hole (Director: Joe Dante)
  147. The Imaginarium Of Doctor Parnassus (Director: Terry Gilliam)
  148. The Indian (Director: Ineke Houtman)
  149. The Invention Of Lying (Directors: Ricky Gervais + Matthew Robinson)
  150. The Jerk Theory (Director: Scott S. Anderson)
  151. The Least Among You (Director: Mark Young)
  152. The Lovely Bones (Director: Peter Jackson)
  153. The Maiden Heist (Director: Peter Hewitt)
  154. The Marc Pease Experience (Director: Todd Louiso)
  155. The New Daughter (Director: Luiso Berdejo)
  156. The Open Road (Director: Michael Meredith)
  157. The Proposal (Director: Anne Fletcher)
  158. The Shortcut (Director: Nicholaus Goossen)
  159. The Six Wives Of Henry Lefay (Director: Howard Michael Gould)
  160. The Smell Of Success (Director: Michael Polish)
  161. The Soloist (Director: Joe Wright)
  162. The Stepfather (Director: Nelson McCormick)
  163. The Storm Warriors (Directors: Danny Pang + Oxide Chun Pang)
  164. The Strip (Director: Jameel Khan)
  165. The Time Traveler’s Wife (Director: Robert Schwentke)
  166. The Twilight Saga: New Moon (Director: Chris Weitz)
  167. The Unborn (Director: David S. Goyer)
  168. The Uninvited (Directors: Charles Guard + Thomas Guard)
  169. The Way (Director: Vladimir Pasichnik)
  170. The Winning Season (Director: Jim Strouse)
  171. The Yankles (Director: David R. Brooks)
  172. To Save A Life (Director: Brian Baugh)
  173. Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen (Director: Michael Bay)
  174. Under The Mountain (Director: Jonathan King)
  175. Whatever Works (Director: Woody Allen)
  176. Where The Lotus Blooms (Director: Metrey Keo)
  177. Whip It (Director: Drew Barrymore)
  178. White Wedding (Director: Jann Turner)
  179. White On Rice (Director: Dave Boyle)
  180. Wild About Harry (Director: Gwen Wynne)
  181. X-Men Origins: Wolverine (Director: Gavin Hood)
  182. Year One (Director: Harold Ramis)
  183. You Are Not The Father! (Director: Gerron DelValle)
  1. (Untitled) (Director: Jonathan Parker)
  2. 21 + a Wake Up (Director: Chris McIntyre)
  3. 31 North 62 East (Director: Tristan Loraine)
  4. 44 Inch Chest (Director: Malcolm Venville)
  5. A Heavenly Vintage (Director: Niki Caro)
  6. A Perfect Getaway (Director: David Twohy)
  7. A Prophet (Director: Jacques Audiard)
  8. A Single Man (Director: Tom Ford)
  9. A Vampire’s Tale (Director: Drew Cullingham)
  10. A Woman, A Gun + A Noodle Shop (Director: Yimou Zhang)
  11. Accidents Happen (Director: Andrew Lancaster)
  12. Across The Hall (Director: Alex Merkin)
  13. Adopted (Director: Pauly Shore)
  14. Adventureland (Director: Greg Mottola)
  15. After.Life (Director: Agnieszka Wojtowicz-Vosloo)
  16. Against The Current (Director: Peter Callahan)
  17. Agora (Director: Alejandro Amenábar)
  18. Albino Farm (Director: Joe Anderson)
  19. All American Orgy (Director: Andrew Drazek)
  20. Alpha Males Experiment (Knuckle Draggers) (Director: Alex Ranarivelo)
  21. Amar (Director: Jorge Ramírez Suárez)
  22. Amar a morir (Director: Fernando Lebrija)
  23. American Cowslip (Director: Mark David)
  24. American Virgin (Director: Clare Kilner)
  25. Angel Of Death (Director: Paul Etheredge)
  26. Anytown (Director: Dave Rodriguez)
  27. Applause (Director: Martin Zandvliet)
  28. April Showers (Director: Andrew Robinson)
  29. Assault Of The Sasquatch (Director: Andrew Gernhard)
  30. Attack On Darfur (Director: Uwe Boll)
  31. Autumn (Director: Steven Rumbelow)
  32. Away We Go (Director: Sam Mendes)
  33. Baby On Board (Director: Brian Herzlinger)
  34. Bad Lieutenant: Port Of Call - New Orleans (Director: Werner Herzog)
  35. Baja Beach Bums (Director: Patrick Healy)
  36. Balls Out: Gary The Tennis Coach (Director: Danny Leiner)
  37. Bangkok Adrenaline (Director: Raimund Huber)
  38. Bazookas: The Movie (Director: Michael G. Leonard)
  39. Beautiful (Director: Dean O’Flaherty)
  40. Beautiful Kate (Director: Rachel Ward)
  41. Beauty + The Beast (Director: David Lister)
  42. Behaving Badly (Director: Juan Drago)
  43. Big Fan (Director: Robert D. Siegel)
  44. Bitch Slap (Director: Rick Jacobson)
  45. Black (Director: Pierre Laffargue)
  46. Black Dynamite (Director: Scott Sanders)
  47. Blackface Killer (Director: Michael Fredianelli)
  48. Bled (Director: Christopher Hutson)
  49. Blood Creek (Director: Joel Schumacher)
  50. Blood Night: The Legend Of Mary Hatchet (Director: Frank Sabatella)
  51. Blood + Bone (Director: Ben Ramsey)
  52. Blood: The Last Vampire (Director: Chris Nahon)
  53. Bob Funk (Director: Craig Carlisle)
  54. Boogie Woogie (Director: Duncan Ward)
  55. Book Of Blood (Director: John Harrison)
  56. Breaking Point (Director: Jeff Celentano)
  57. Broken Embraces (Director: Pedro Almodóvar)
  58. Brooklyn’s Finest (Director: Antoine Fuqua)
  59. Brother’s War (Director: Jerry Buteyn)
  60. Brotherhood (Director: Nicolo Donato)
  61. Brothers (Director: Jim Sheridan)
  62. Brüno (Director: Larry Charles)
  63. Cabin Fever II: Spring Fever (Director: Ti West)
  64. Calvin Marshall (Director: Gary Lundgren)
  65. Case 39 (Director: Christian Alvart)
  66. Chain Letter (Director: Deon Taylor)
  67. Chaw (Director: Jeong-won Shin)
  68. Chicago Overcoat (Director: Brian Caunter)
  69. Chloe (Director: Atom Egoyan)
  70. Chéri (Director: Stephen Frears)
  71. City Of Life + Death (Director: Chuan Lu)
  72. Clash (Director: Thanh Son Le)
  73. Coco Chanel + Igor Stravinsky (Director: Jan Kounen)
  74. Cold Storage (Director: Tony Elwood)
  75. Command Performance (Director: Dolph Lundgren)
  76. Cornered! (Director: Daniel Maze)
  77. Cracks (Director: Jordan Scott)
  78. Crank: High Voltage (Directors: Mark Neveldine + Brian Taylor)
  79. Crazy Heart (Director: Scott Cooper)
  80. Creature Of Darkness (Director: Mark Stouffer)
  81. Crimes Of The Past (Director: Garrett Bennett)
  82. Crossing Over (Director: Wayne Kramer)
  83. Crush (Directors: Jeffrey Gerritsen + John V. Soto)
  84. Crush (Director: Michelle Fridley)
  85. Cyber Ninja (Director: James Arnett)
  86. Damage (Director: Jeff King)
  87. Damned By Dawn (Director: Brett Anstey)
  88. Dare (Director: Adam Salky)
  89. Dark Country (Director: Thomas Jane)
  90. Dark Fields (Director: Douglas Schulze)
  91. Dark Frontier (Director: Kriv Stenders)
  92. Dark House (Director: Darin Scott)
  93. Dark Moon Rising (Director: Dana Mennie)
  94. Daybreakers (Directors: Michael Spierig + Peter Spierig)
  95. Dead Man Running (Director: Alex De Rakoff)
  96. Deadland (Director: Damon O’Steen)
  97. Deadline (Director: Sean McConville)
  98. Death Warrior (Director: Bill Corcoran)
  99. Deep In The Valley (Director: Christian Forte)
  100. Defendor (Director: Peter Stebbings)
  101. Desert Flower (Director: Sherry Hormann)
  102. Diagnosis: Death (Director: Jason Stutter)
  103. Direct Contact (Director: Danny Lerner)
  104. Dismal (Director: Gary King)
  105. District 13: Ultimatum (Director: Patrick Alessandrin)
  106. District 9 (Director: Neill Blomkamp)
  107. Dolan’s Cadillac (Director: Jeff Beesley)
  108. Don McKay (Director: Jake Goldberger)
  109. Don’t Let Me Down (Director: Cruz Angeles)
  110. Don’t Look Up (Director: Fruit Chan)
  111. Dorian Gray (Director: Oliver Parker)
  112. Double Identity (Director: Dennis Dimster)
  113. Down Terrace (Director: Ben Wheatley)
  114. Down For Life (Director: Alan Jacobs)
  115. Dread (Director: Anthony DiBlasi)
  116. Drifter: Henry Lee Lucas (Director: Michael Feifer)
  117. Elsewhere (Director: Nathan Hope)
  118. End Game (Director: Bruce Koehler)
  119. Endless Bummer (Director: Sam Pillsbury)
  120. Evil Things (Director: Dominic Perez)
  121. Extract (Director: Mike Judge)
  122. Eyeborgs (Director: Richard Clabaugh)
  123. Eyes Of The Woods (Directors: Darrin Reed, F. Miguel Valenti + Mark Villalobos)
  124. Falling Awake (Director: Agustin)
  125. Fatal Secrets (Director: Meir Sharony)
  126. Finding Bliss (Director: Julie Davis)
  127. Fireball (Director: Thanakorn Pongsuwan)
  128. Five Minutes Of Heaven (Director: Oliver Hirschbiegel)
  129. Force Of Five (Director: Krissanapong Rachata)
  130. Forget Me Not (Director: Tyler Oliver)
  131. Formosa Betrayed (Director: Adam Kane)
  132. Four Boxes (Director: Wyatt McDill)
  133. Frankenhood (Director: Blaxwell Smart)
  134. Frat Party (Director: Robert Bennett)
  135. Friday The 13th (Director: Marcus Nispel)
  136. Frozen Kiss (Director: Harry Bromley Davenport)
  137. Funny People (Director: Judd Apatow)
  138. Fury (Director: Liz Lehmann)
  139. Gamer (Directors: Mark Neveldine + Brian Taylor)
  140. Ghost Machine (Director: Chris Hartwill)
  141. Ghost Month (Director: Danny Draven)
  142. Giallo (Director: Dario Argento)
  143. Give ‘em Hell Malone (Director: Russell Mulcahy)
  144. Glorious 39 (Director: Stephen Poliakoff)
  145. Good Guys Finish Last (Director: Riley Wood)
  146. Grace (Director: Paul Solet)
  147. Halloween II (Director: Rob Zombie)
  148. Handsome Harry (Director: Bette Gordon)
  149. Happy Tears (Director: Mitchell Lichtenstein)
  150. Hard Times (Director: Tom Reeve)
  151. Hardwired (Director: Ernie Barbarash)
  152. Harry Brown (Director: Daniel Barber)
  153. Heavy Weight On The Block (Director: F. Terrell Johnson)
  154. Helen (Director: Sandra Nettelbeck)
  155. Hellbinders (Directors: Mitch Gould, Hiro Koda + David Wald)
  156. Heroes (Director: Malcolm Brooks)
  157. Hidden (Director: Pål Øie)
  158. Hierarchy (Director: Michael Fredianelli)
  159. High Life (Director: Gary Yates)
  160. Homecoming (Director: Morgan J. Freeman)
  161. Horsemen (Director: Jonas Åkerlund)
  162. House Broken (Director: Sam Harper)
  163. Humpday (Director: Lynn Shelton)
  164. Hunger (Director: Steven Hentges)
  165. Hurt (Director: Barbara Stepansky)
  166. I Am Love (Director: Luca Guadagnino)
  167. I Do...I Did! (Director: J. Jesses Smith)
  168. I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell (Director: Bob Gosse)
  169. I Love You Phillip Morris (Directors: Glenn Ficarra + John Requa)
  170. I Love You Too (Director: Nerlin Stfleur)
  171. I Love You, Man (Director: John Hamburg)
  172. Ibrahim Labyad (Director: Marwan Hamed)
  173. Ikenhisu: To Kill With One Blow (Director: La’Mard J. WIngster)
  174. Immortally Yours (Director: Joe Tornatore)
  175. In Her Skin (Director: Simone North)
  176. In The Electric Mist (Director: Bertrand Tavernier)
  177. In The Eyes Of A Killer (Director: Louis Mandylor)
  178. InSearchOf (Director: Zeke Zelker)
  179. Infestation (Director: Kyle Rankin)
  180. Ingenious (Director: Jeff Balsmeyer)
  181. Inglourious Basterds (Director: Quentin Tarantino)
  182. Into Temptation (Director: Patrick Coyle)
  183. It’s Complicated (Director: Nancy Meyers)
  184. Jarring (Director: Ivo Raza)
  185. Jennifer’s Body (Director: Karyn Kusama)
  186. Johnny Boy (Directors: Mickey Reece + James Paulsgrove)
  187. Jordan Saffron: Taste This! (Director: Sergio Myers)
  188. Just Another Day (Director: Peter Spirer)
  189. Kicking The Dog (Director: Randy Scooter Lammey)
  190. Kill Peter, Pay Paul (Directors: Kenny Foster + Dustin S. Massie)
  191. Kill Theory (Director: Chris Moore)
  192. Killer View (Director: Brian James O’Connell)
  193. Knife Edge (Director: Anthony Hickox)
  194. Know Thy Enemy (Director: Lee Cipolla)
  195. La Linea (The Line) (Director: James Cotton)
  196. La Mission (Director: Peter Bratt)
  197. La soga (Director: Josh Crook)
  198. Laid To Rest (Director: Robert Hall)
  199. Last Day Of Summer (Director: Vlad Yudin)
  200. Law Abiding Citizen (Director: F. Gary Gray)
  201. Leaves Of Grass (Director: Tim Blake Nelson)
  202. Lebanon (Director: Samuel Maoz)
  203. Legend Of The Bog (Director: Brendan Foley)
  204. Lies + Illusions (Director: Tibor Takács)
  205. Life During Wartime (Director: Todd Solondz)
  206. Life Is Hot In Cracktown (Director: Buddy Giovinazzo)
  207. Little Fish, Strange Pond (Director: Gregory Dark)
  208. Little New York (Director: James DeMonaco)
  209. Lofty Intentions (Director: Gerard Jamroz)
  210. Lost Angels (Director: Justin Voskian)
  211. Love Conquers Paul (Director: Colin Bannon)
  212. Love And Other Impossible Pursuits (Director: Don Roos)
  213. Love At First Hiccup (Director: Barbara Topsøe-Rothenborg)
  214. Loyalty The Movie (Director: Samuel Wheeler III)
  215. Lynch Mob (Director: Byron Conrad Erwin)
  216. Malice In Wonderland (Director: Simon Fellows)
  217. Mandrill (Director: Ernesto Díaz Espinoza)
  218. Maneater (Director: Michael Emanuel)
  219. Manson: My Name Is Evil (Director: Reginald Harkema)
  220. Map Of The Sounds Of Tokyo (Director: Isabel Coixet)
  221. Merantau (Director: Gareth Evans)
  222. Mercy (Director: Patrick Hoelck)
  223. Micmacs (Director: Jean-Pierre Jeunet)
  224. Middle Men (Director: George Gallo)
  225. Midgets vs. Mascots (Director: Ron Carlson)
  226. Miss March (Directors: Zach Cregger + Trevor Moore)
  227. Moon (Director: Duncan Jones)
  228. Mortal Sin (Director: David Von Roehm)
  229. Mother (Director: Bong Joon Ho)
  230. Mother + Child (Director: Rodrigo Garcia)
  231. Mr. Nobody (Director: Jaco Van Dormael)
  232. Mutants (Director: David Morlet)
  233. My Bloody Valentine (in 3-D) (Director: Patrick Lussier)
  234. My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done? (Director: Werner Herzog)
  235. Mystery Train (Director: Dan Eckman)
  236. Mythical Creatures (Director: Mickey Reece)
  237. Neighbor (Director: Robert A. Masciantonio)
  238. Never Surrender (Director: Hector Echavarria)
  239. New Brooklyn (Director: Christopher Cannucciari)
  240. Next Day Air (Director: Benny Boom)
  241. Night Train (Director: Brian King)
  242. Night Of The Demons (Director: Adam Gierasch)
  243. Ninja (Director: Isaac Florentine)
  244. Ninja Assassin (Director: James McTeigue)
  245. No Boundaries (Directors: Violet Mendoza + Jake Willing)
  246. Not Forgotten (Director: Dror Soref)
  247. Notorious (Director: George Tillman, Jr.)
  248. Nowhere Boy (Director: Sam Taylor-Johnson)
  249. Observe And Report (Director: Jody Hill)
  250. Offspring (Director: Andrew van den Houten)
  251. Open Graves (Director: Álvaro de Armiñán)
  252. Orphan (Director: Jaume Collet-Serra)
  253. Orville (Director: Craig McMahon)
  254. Pandemic (Director: Jason Connery)
  255. Pandorum (Director: Christian Alvart)
  256. Paper Man (Directors: Kieran Mulroney + Michele Mulroney)
  257. Perkins’ 14 (Director: Craig Singer)
  258. Perrier’s Bounty (Director: Ian Fitzgibbon)
  259. Personal Effects (Director: David Hollander)
  260. Pirate Radio (Director: Richard Curtis)
  261. Powder Blue (Director: Timothy Linh Bui)
  262. Precious (Director: Lee Daniels)
  263. Protégé (Directors: Shannon Casto + Michelle Henderson)
  264. Public Enemies (Director: Michael Mann)
  265. Raging Phoenix (Director: Rashane Limtrakul)
  266. Rain Fall (Director: Max Mannix)
  267. Rampage (Director: Uwe Boll)
  268. Ratko: The Dictator’s Son (Directors: Savage Steve Holland + Kevin Speckmaier)
  269. Ready For Not (Director: Sean Doyle)
  270. [rec.] II (Directors: Jaume Balagueró + Paco Plaza)
  271. Red Hook (Director: Elizabeth Lucas)
  272. Red Sands (Director: Alex Turner)
  273. Redemption (Director: Robert Conway)
  274. Revenge: True Story (Director: Berenika Maciejewicz)
  275. Reykjavik Whale Watching Massacre (Director: Júlíus Kemp)
  276. RiffRaff (Director: Justen Naughton)
  277. Robodoc (Director: Stephen Maddocks)
  278. Rough Winds (Director: Andrea Olabarría)
  279. Running On Empty Dreams (Director: Nitara Lee Osbourne)
  280. S. Darko (Director: Chris Fisher)
  281. Saddle Up With Dick Wrangler + Injun Joe (Director: Todd Wolfe)
  282. Saint John Of Las Vegas (Director: Hue Rhodes)
  283. Saving Grace B. Jones (Director: Connie Stevens)
  284. Saw VI (Director: Kevin Greutert)
  285. Serious Moonlight (Director: Cheryl Hines)
  286. Shank (Directors: Simon Pearce + Christian martin)
  287. Shark City (Director: Dan Eisen)
  288. Shattered Focus (Director: Joshua Tolby)
  289. Shinjuku Incident (Director: Tung-Shing Yee)
  290. Shrink (Director: Jonas Pate)
  291. Shroud (Director: David Jetre)
  292. Silent Night, Zombie Night (Director: Sean Cain)
  293. Silent Shame (Director: Juan Frausto)
  294. Sin Nombre (Director: Cary Joji Fukunaga)
  295. Slaughter (Director: Stewart Hopewell)
  296. Slave (Director: Darryn Welch)
  297. Smalltimore (Director: Jeanie M. Clark)
  298. Smile Pretty (Director: Harry Bromley Davenport)
  299. Solitary Man (Directors: Brian Koppelman + David Levien)
  300. Solomon Kane (Director: Michael J. Bassett)
  301. Sorority Row (Director: Stewart Hendler)
  302. Splice (Director: Vincenzo Natali)
  303. Splinterheads (Director: Brant Sersen)
  304. Spooner (Director: Drake Doremus)
  305. Spread (Director: David Mackenzie)
  306. Spring Breakdown (Director: Ryan Shiraki)
  307. Stan Helsing (Director: Bo Zenga)
  308. Stolen (Director: Anders Anderson)
  309. Strangers Online (Director: John Huckert)
  310. Street Boss (Director: Lance Kawas)
  311. Street Dreams (Director: Chris Zamoscianyk)
  312. Streetballers (Director: Matt Krentz)
  313. Stuntmen (Director: Eric Amadio)
  314. Suck (Director: Rob Stefaniuk)
  315. Sugar Boxx (Director: Cody Jarrett)
  316. Summer’s Moon (Director: Lee Demarbre)
  317. Sundo (Director: Topel Lee)
  318. Survival Of The Dead (Director: George A. Romero)
  319. Sutures (Director: Tammi Sutton)
  320. Sway (Director: Sean Ireland)
  321. Sweet Karma (Director: Andrew Thomas Hunt)
  322. Sword Of War (Director: Renzo Martinelli)
  323. Table For Three (Director: Michael Samonek)
  324. Taking Chances (Director: Talmage Cooley)
  325. Taking Woodstock (Director: Ang Lee)
  326. Tanner Hall (Directors: Francesca Gregorini + Tatiana von Furstenberg)
  327. Tell Tale (Director: Michael Cuesta)
  328. Tenderness (Director: John Polson)
  329. Tetro (Director: Francis Ford Coppola)
  330. The 420 Movie (Directors: James Blackburn, Scott Flick, + Robert Nathan Gleason)
  331. The Answer Man (Director: John Hindman)
  332. The Assailant (Director: João Daniel Tikhomiroff)
  333. The Assassin Next Door (Director: Danny Lerner)
  334. The Beacon (Director: Michael Stokes)
  335. The Black Waters Of Echo’s Pond (Director: Gabriel Bologna)
  336. The Bleeding (Director: Charlie Picerni)
  337. The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day (Director: Troy Duffy)
  338. The Boxer (Director: Thomas Jahn)
  339. The Bridge To Nowhere (Director: Blair Underwood)
  340. The Broken Hearts Club (Director: Angelo Bell)
  341. The Brotherhood V: Alumni (Director: David DeCoteau)
  342. The Buffalo Son (Directors: Colin Davis, Bryan Felber + Sam France)
  343. The Butterfly Effect III: Revelations (Director: Seth Grossman)
  344. The Canyon (Director: Richard Harrah)
  345. The Casino Job (Director: Christopher Robin Hood)
  346. The Collector (Director: Marcus Dunstan)
  347. The Cry Of The Owl (Director: Jamie Thraves)
  348. The Crypt (Director: Craig McMahon)
  349. The Damned United (Director: Tom Hooper)
  350. The Dark Lurking (Director: Gregory Connors)
  351. The Descent: Part II (Director: Jon Harris)
  352. The Devil’s Ground (Director: Michael Bafaro)
  353. The Devil’s Tomb (Director: Jason Connery)
  354. The Director’s Cut (Director: Paul Komadina)
  355. The Disappearance Of Alice Creed (Director: J. Blakeson)
  356. The Donner Party (Director: Terrence Martin)
  357. The Echo Game (Director: Brian Feeney)
  358. The Eclipse (Director: Conor McPherson)
  359. The Fighter (Director: Javier Barbera)
  360. The Final Destination (Director: David R. Ellis)
  361. The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest (Director: Daniel Alfredson)
  362. The Girl Who Played With Fire (Director: Daniel Alfredson)
  363. The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (Director: Niels Arden Oplev)
  364. The Girlfriend Experience (Director: Steven Soderbergh)
  365. The Good Guy (Director: Julio DePietro)
  366. The Good Heart (Director: Dagur Kári)
  367. The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard (Director: Neal Brennan)
  368. The Graves (Director: Brian Pulido)
  369. The Greatest (Director: Shana Feste)
  370. The Grudge III (Director: Toby Wilkins)
  371. The Gunslingers (Director: Adam Oxsen)
  372. The Hangover (Director: Todd Phillips)
  373. The Haunting (Director: Elio Quiroga)
  374. The Hiding (Director: Ramon Hamilton)
  375. The Hitmen Diaries: Charlie Valentine (Director: Jesse V. Johnson)
  376. The House Of The Devil (Director: Ti West)
  377. The Human Centipede (First Sequence) (Director: Tom Six)
  378. The Hungry Ghosts (Director: Michael Imperioli)
  379. The Informant! (Director: Steven Soderbergh)
  380. The International (Director: Tom Tykwer)
  381. The Invisible Chronicles (Director: David DeCoteau)
  382. The Janky Promoters (Director: Marcus Raboy)
  383. The Job (Director: Shem Bitterman)
  384. The Joneses (Director: Derrick Borte)
  385. The Keeper (Director: Keoni Waxman)
  386. The Killing Room (Director: Jonathan Liebesman)
  387. The Last House On The Left (Director: Dennis Iliadis)
  388. The Last Resort (Director: Brandon Nutt)
  389. The Last Station (Director: Michael Hoffman)
  390. The Limb Collector (Director: Mark Daniel Foley)
  391. The Limits Of Control (Director: Jim Jarmusch)
  392. The Lodger (Director: David Ondaatje)
  393. The Lost Tribe (Director: Roel Reiné)
  394. The Loved One (Director: Sean Byrne)
  395. The Men Who Stare At Goats (Director: Grant Heslov)
  396. The Messenger (Director: Oren Moverman)
  397. The Ministers (Director: Franc. Reyes)
  398. The Nail: The Story Of Joey Nardone (Director: James Quattrochi)
  399. The Outside (Director: Ari Davis)
  400. The Perfect Age Of Rock ‘n’ Roll (Director: Scott D. Rosenbaum)
  401. The Perfect Sleep (Director: Jeremy Alter)
  402. The Pool Boys (Director: J.B. Rogers)
  403. The Private Lives Of Pippa Lee (Director: Rebecca Miller)
  404. The Rebound (Director: Bart Freundlich)
  405. The Revenant (Director: D. Kerry Prior)
  406. The Road (Director: John Hillcoat)
  407. The Scenesters (Director: Todd Berger)
  408. The Seamstress (Director: Jesse James Miller)
  409. The Secret In Their Eyes (Director: Juan José Campanella)
  410. The Slammin’ Salmon (Director: Kevin Heffernan)
  411. The Steam Experiment (Director: Philippe Martinez)
  412. The Taking Of Pelham 123 (Director: Tony Scott)
  413. The Thaw (Director: Mark A. Lewis)
  414. The Tomb (Director: Michael Staininger)
  415. The Tournament (Director: Scott Mann)
  416. The Truth About Average Guys (Directors: Ken Gayton + Jason W. Schaver)
  417. The Ugly Truth (Director: Robert Luketic)
  418. The Vicious Kind (Director: Lee Toland Krieger)
  419. The Waiting City (Director: Claire McCarthy)
  420. The Way Of War (Director: John Carter)
  421. The White Ribbon (Director: Michael Haneke)
  422. Thick As Thieves (Director: Mimi Leder)
  423. Thirst (Director: Chan-wook Park)
  424. TiMER (Director: Jac Schaeffer)
  425. Tidal Wave (Director: JK Youn)
  426. Today’s Special (Director: David Kaplan)
  427. Tormented (Director: Jon Wright)
  428. Trailer Park Boys: Countdown To Liquor Day (Director: Mike Clattenburg)
  429. Transylmania (Directors: David Hillenbrand + Scott Hillenbrand)
  430. Triage (Director: Danis Tanovic)
  431. Triangle (Director: Christopher Smith)
  432. Tripping Forward (Director: Marcus Nash)
  433. Two (2) Million Stupid Women (Director: Jamie Neese)
  434. Ultimate Heist (Director: Alain Tasma)
  435. Un tigre en la cama (Director: Rafael Montero)
  436. Underworld: Rise Of The Lycans (Director: Patrick Tatopoulos)
  437. Universal Soldier: Regeneration (Director: John Hyams)
  438. Up In The Air (Director: Jason Reitman)
  439. Vampire Killers (Director: Phil Claydon)
  440. Veronika Decides To Die (Director: Emily Young)
  441. Wake (Director: Ellie Kanner)
  442. Wake Wood (Director: David Keating)
  443. Walled In (Director: Gilles Paquet-Brenner)
  444. Watchmen (Director: Zack Snyder)
  445. Weather Girl (Director: Blayne Weaver)
  446. What Goes Up (Director: Jonathan Glatzer)
  447. Whiteout (Director: Dominic Sena)
  448. Wild Cherry (Director: Dana Lustig)
  449. Winter Of Frozen Dreams (Director: Eric Mandelbaum)
  450. Within (Director: Hanelle M. Culpepper)
  451. Within (Director: Marco Duran)
  452. Women In Trouble (Director: Sebastian Gutierrez)
  453. Wonderful World (Director: Joshua Goldin)
  454. Words Unspoken (Director: Ingeborg C. Eiland)
  455. World’s Greatest Dad (Director: Bob Goldthwait)
  456. Wrong Turn At Tahoe (Director: Franck Khalfoun)
  457. You Might As Well Live (Director: Simon Ennis)
  458. Youth In Revolt (Director: Miguel Arteta)
  459. ZMD: Zombies Of Mass Destruction (Director: Kevin Hamedani)
  460. Zombie Women Of Satan (Directors: Steve O’Brien + Warren Speed)
  461. Zombieland (Director: Ruben Fleischer)
  462. Zone Of The Dead (Directors: Milan Konjevic + Milan Todorovic)
  1. Easier With Practice (Director: Kyle Patrick Alvarez)
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2017.02.03 15:59 LordKeren The Invitationals Information


This post will give you a general overview of what to expect from the Invitational, the format of the games, and a little more background.

The Broadcast

The Format

The Schedule

Day 1 (Feb 3)

Day 1 preview blog post

Day 2 (Feb 4)

Day 2 preview blog post
PC Day 2 Bracket
Xbox Day 2 Bracket
  • PC Semifinal 1: Gifu vs. ERA eternity
  • Velvet Shell Operators Panel
  • PC semifinal 2 : Continuum vs Santos Dexterity
  • Velvet Shell Map & Features Panel
  • Xbox One Semi Final 1 : Supreme vs. Elevate
  • Technical Q&A
  • Xbox One Semi Final 2 : Lethal vs. Vitality

Day 3 (Feb 5)

Day 3 preview blogpost
  • Year 2 Roadmap
  • Xbox One Grand Final : Vitality vs. Elevate
  • Velvet Shell Live Demo
  • PC Grand Final: Continuum vs eRa

The Teams

Post about the teams


The Bracket
Team Roster Description
Invited teams - -
Continuum Canadian Necrox Yung nvK Retro KingGeorge As the youngest team in the Pro League, Continuum has shown off and shined as they took unexpectedly the title of Season 3 Pro League Champions, beating Playing Ducks in the grand finals. They were are still the resurgence and the best hope of North America on PC.
Gifu Willkey ProtaX Vapo- Keittiömestari Bounssi Shatte GiFu is a 100% Finnish squad who has stuck together since the day 1 of Rainbow Six. Taking victory after victory in Europe, they want to show off on an international stage and show they are not only one of Europe’s best but also one of the World’s top teams.
Qualified teams - -
Euronics Gaming Secretly Renuilz sno0ken ShooTeX pannari EURONICS Gaming is a team that proves that taking part in online cups and having a stable line-up might take you to the next level. First step for the Swedish squad was qualifying and competing in the Rainbow Six Pro League Season 3. Second is getting to the final stage of the Six Invitational. EURONICS’ efforts were all worth it as they took all opponents down and will arrive in Montreal with only one goal in mind: winning.
ERA Eternity Slashug Kanine Avian Ecl9pse Snake-nade eRa Eternity merged with Most Wanted, one of the best North American squads in early January. Their line-up consists of well-known and experienced players. Having that strong roster, including players who took part in many Season Finals Six Pro League, makes eRa one of the highest ranked R6 NA team at the moment. For players like Kanine and Snake-nade it will be another chance to represent NA and compete on the international scene.
Santos Dexterity Panico Silence g0haN cameram4n Astrp Santos was one of the first football clubs in the world to join esports. The Santos Football Club partnered with Dexterity Team in August 2015 and since then the shield has been in the midst of national and international electronic sports competitions. "We're going to be first. That's the expectation," jabbed William "Gohan" Alf, captain Santos.DeX PC.
ENVY Quantic Reveck Kori Ysarea Lunarmetal Representing the Asia Region is Envy. They started Envy for fun but quickly participated in the Asian Community Cups. As the Community Cups passed, Envy honed their skills and get their spot for Montreal, as nights of hard work in training payed out as they successfully secured their spot for the Six Invitational.


The Bracket
Team Roster Description
Invited teams - -
Elevate Englandd RelaxinG Skys Bosco Geometrics Elevate has shown some incredible capacity to improve over time. From a small try-out in Season One to the best Xbox team in North-America in Season 3, Elevate can still count on some solid experience picked up from the NA online scene.
Vitality FuriousG BiOs KRiiSKO AnThraX Lion Team Vitality has been in the league since the beginning. Always trusting the top 3, they finally managed to grind up to the top and win the S3 Championship title. As an invitee for the Six invitational, they will try to wave the baguette on the big stage and become the first Six Invitational champions.
Qualified teams - -
Mindfreak Acez Sir_Rolphy Punisher Dixxle Flanked MindFreak has formed during the beta and two of the original members remains so far: Dizzle and Pun. They recruited Acez, Rolphy and Flanked after they proved to be both amazing opponents and partners. Fan of competition, MindFreak (previously The Cursed Legion) jumped on the opportunity to be part of the ANZ Cup who was shortly after revealed to be a qualifier for the Six Invitational. They will represent Oceania as the first Australian team to fight for their region in a worldwide tournament.
Lucky 7 Amaze aPPROX Skybuu Erakore azNNN Lucky7Gaming is an up-and-coming French squad. They have been around the Rainbow Six: Siege Pro scene playing prior on PlayStation 4, but only switch to Xbox this summer. In the Six Invitational they will finally have a chance to play among the best and compete for real prize money. Next step for Lucky7 will be Montreal, where they come as an underdog but with the will to bring home the title.
Lethal Gaming RaMx BoNez Easily DuckYzZ KenZ Lethal Gaming was one of the Rainbow Six Pro League Season 3 competitor but changed their roster prior the Six Invitational qualifier. These changes came out to be a solution for Lethal’s problems. Bringing in fresh blood and they made it to the closed qualifier where they were simply unbeatable. Who knows, maybe in Montreal they will prove they can be the next North American powerhouse.
Dex. United yRazah faker NiijaxZ Maakaal Lenda "Our hope is to be champion or grab a very positive place," stated Daniel "Legendz" Ferreira, head of escalation Xbox One as Dexterity managed to pull out the double - qualifying both their Xbox and PC teams. "We have the idea that they are much better organized tactically than any LATAM teams.” said Gohan about their next opponents. “Certainly our challenge will be read their strategies and get prepared there. Their strength is their commitment to the tactics, our improvisation may be our difference," added the player.
Supremacy - Due to issues with visas, Dex's Xbox team has been unable to compete. They have been replaced by Supremacy, a french team. Details here http://rainbow6.ubi.com/siege/en-US/news/152-283089-16/supremacy-replaces-santos-dexterity-at-the-six-invitational

The Commentators

Names and faces
Name Link
Matt Andrews (Host) https://twitter.com/matt_andrews?lang=en
Christopher ‘PANKY’ Pankhust https://www.twitch.tv/panky
Devin ‘MZO’ Becker https://twitter.com/mzo?lang=en
Sean “BLOODBATH” Rosenbaum https://www.twitch.tv/bloodbath675
Michael ‘KIXSTAR’ Stockley https://www.twitch.tv/nope_kix


  • The brackets will be updated at the start of the next day of competition to avoid spoilers
    • If you want to see results, click the links to the results threads
  • Invitationals over. See you here next year
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