Use one word only to describe an actor and others guess who it could be.
I'll start with an easy one
Is this the greatest movie quote ever?
Thoughts on Archer?
TOP 3 people you can't stand to listen to on Joe Regain's Podcast?
1. Bryan Callen. He's such a fucking MASSIVE sycophant with Rogan. All I can hear in the Fight Companions is Callen sucking up to Rogan and desperately trying to get his approval. he's not funny and everything he adds is pure horseshit.
Rewatching this for the first time since it came out.
This is actually pretty spooky.
>Film director John Waters hailed Antichrist as one of the ten best films of 2009 in Artforum, stating "If Ingmar Bergman had committed suicide, gone to hell, and come back to earth to direct an exploitation/art film for drive-ins, [Antichrist] is the movie he would have made."
Just nailed it on the head
Just saw the promo for The Young Pope form Venice. What were they thinking? Those dresses aren't covering anything. Those models are basically nude infront of 10000 people.
pic very much related
And here's the trailer for it
The models names are Giulia Salemi and Dayane Mello
ITT: Movie theories you agree with.
>Alien was Ripley's split-personality.
What happened to cooking shows?
It's all reality based competition shit. Did the internet make traditional cooking shows obsolete or is reality based stuff cheaper?
I am convinced cable gave up on patricians and only caters to plebs now.
no more giada. and more importantly no more samantha brown.
the only silver lining is that the most "bro" tier show on food network is also the most patrician.
When is it ok to talk about The Walking Dead here?
It's Abe btw.
>"The cliffhanger wasn't that bad you entitled fucks."
Can we get an OC thread going. Someone was going to make some more of these.
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-- down to the fact that you all have far more fast-twitch muscle fiber.
Why the fuck was he always throwing people out windows?
Is this good?
Will the prequels even be remebered?
Both the originals and the sequels overshadow them. Its like they never happened.
When will the fumes run out from Lost in Translation? She has zero range. Same monotone delivery for every line. I cringe every time their is dialogue with her involved. What is her appeal again?
She'll finally find range for GitS, right? At least let someone else dub over her voice
This. I am very excited to see her in GitS
post music video Kino
>these guys took Liquid Sky a little too seriously
ITT: flicks you like to watch with your sister
What would you do if you were in his position?
>Darth Vader=Dark Invader
What did Lucas mean by this?
>The Human Spider? That's it? That's the best you've got? Oh that's fucking gay
WHOA WHOA WHOA WHOA
What was Raimi thinking here?
"I'm the rage of the niggers personified. Time for your lashings and then we'll have ourselves a good old fashioned hanging once Harry gets here."
I guess Raimi had some issues that he transferred onto his work.
Why is it that /tv/ is the only board on 4chan where 90% of threads in the catalog have less than 10 posts?
Has there ever been a character in a movie as useless as Corporal Upham was in Saving Private Ryan?
why cant a grown man have a crying fit?
Have you seen Chef by Jon Favreau?
Click on swiper when you see him
>The University of Southern California's report showed that women had just 31.4% of spoken roles in 2015's top 100 films, compared with 32.8% in 2008.
>Lesbian, gay or transgender characters accounted for less than 1% of speaking parts - or 32 out of 35,205 characters.
>Researchers described Hollywood as "an epicentre of cultural inequality".
>They said little progress had been made in increasing diversity.
>Between 2007, when the study was first carried out, and 2015, the authors said there has been no marked change in the proportion of black, Latino or Asian characters - at 12.2%, 5.3% and 3.9% respectively.
>Smith said: "We've seen a lot of talk and little action. What we need now is for companies to take the same leadership position, be transparent in their inclusion goals and be accountable to representing the actual world we live in when it comes to the demography of the US."
Why is Hollywood so based?
What did Raimi mean by this?
Is it because Doc Ock stole that money and Aunt May?
What does /tv/ think so far?
They seem to be going for some kind of psychological elements but what exactly do you think the plan is and how will it play into the main plot of the hip-hop journey they are in?
Was The Gimp somebody raped into submission or whats his deal?