It's that time of year again.
What are your favorite movies of 2015?
1. "Queen of Earth" (dir. Alex Ross Perry)
2. "The Murder Case of Hana & Alice" (dir. Shunji Iwai)
3. "The Kindergarten Teacher" (dir. Nadav Lapid)
4. "Taxi" (dir. Jafar Panahi)
5. "I Don't Love You" (dir. Pavel Kostomarov & Alexandr Rastorguev)
6. "Nasty Baby" (dir. Sebastian Silva)
7. "Buzzard" (dir. Joel Potrykus)
8. "Mistress America" (dir. Noah Baumbach)
9. "Entertainment" (dir. Rick Alverson)
10. "Reality" (dir. Quentin Dupieux)
alphabetical within tiers
tier i: the assassin, blackhat, carol, heaven knows what, in the shadow of women, magic mike xxl, mountains may depart, pasolini, phoenix, white nights on the pier
tier ii: bridge of spies, buzzard, chi-raq, creed, hit 2 pass, mad max, the mend, queen of earth, ricki and the flash, unfriended, the visit
tier iii: beloved sisters, the intern, jauja, results, she's funny that way, saint laurent
It's your show Doc
I honestly think this guy is one of the best actors in the game right now.
Will he got more roles after Leftovers?
He's always been in the periphery but I think The Leftovers might be his last chance at the center of something big. Hollywood won't trust him as a leading man in an action movie or a gritty crime thriller. I foresee him as a dad in a John Green adaptation.
Because nobody would know who he was and half of the thought that goes into casting is recognizability. Seriously, I love Justin Theroux but his resume isn't really full of hits. David Lynch movies, The Leftovers, Six Feet Under, I cant think of anything else.
How does a warship the size of Manhattan get soloed and keked by a single seat fighter no bigger than a modern day fighter jet? Is this a bad design or just
more shitty writing by G Luc
>Bridge exposed by vulnerable neck
>Shield generators are highly visible, big balls on top of bridge
Imperials were arrogant fucks, they thought a ship was invincible because it had a fuckload of turbolasers and fighter squadrons, but the Tie Pilots were all shit in the films.
>this guy is not Lex Luthor
just kill me in my sleep
Name a fan base more autistic than star wars fans.
I'M FROM BUENOS AIRES
>ywn have years worth of poop from Jessica Chastain avaible for you
>ywn have an entire planet all by yourself to jerk off in piece while you eat and smear her poop all over your body
Why the fuck do i even stay alive.
>"I Think We're Alone Now" is a documentary that focuses on two individuals, Jeff and Kelly, who claim to be in love with the 80's pop singer Tiffany. Jeff Turner, a 52-year-old man from Santa Cruz, California has attended Tiffany concerts since 1988. Diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome, Jeff lives alone off of government checks and has never had a girlfriend. Jeff spends his days hanging out on the streets of Santa Cruz, striking up conversations with anyone who has a moment to spare about conspiracy theories, God and Tiffany....
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Everyone keeps saying this is a great movie, but I haven't found one person to tell me why. They all juat say it is great.
So, why? I still haven't watched it, I want someone to actually back up all the hype
Can we have a civil Star Wars VII discussion
>all them Golden Globes
>all that critical acclaim
Kate Mara on suicide watch
You seen that new BT-16?
Oh for fuck's sake you guys, come on.
>cuz I love Empire so much I fuck it
I think RotJ was better than empire strikes back and I really enjoyed the prequels they're some of my favourite films. I actually enjoy Lucas' canon and I'm disappointed with what Abrams is going to do to the series
I agree that ROTJ is genuinely better than empire
Literally doenst matter. Chewy taking the at st won the battle not the ewoks
Prequels are fine when you watch them with friends. They aren't Roland Emmerich tier
I'm honestly think making a SW movie very year will kill the hype
Ticket status: BOUGHT