Anybody still watching? Still enjoying it, Mr Quinlan the obvious highlight, he saw through Eph in seconds which was great.
Pity that dumbfuck kid is still around
S03E01 was very well directed, but the cinematography was really colorful and fun, well stylized. Loved the thermal imagining and night vision bits in the cinematography. Rather experimental. Probably one of my favorite Guillermo projects.
10/10, flawless cinematography
KIKES ETERNALLY BTFO
/our guy/ MEL IS BACK BABY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Are the stand up bits in Seinfeld intentionally bad?
Even by Uwe Boll standard's this was laughably awful.
This was so fucking dull. The last 60 seconds where they were talking about Bush and Rihanna and Zuckerberg getting shot to death was pretty cool but other than that it was slow and boring and nothing happened and nothing made any sense and who fucking cares.
ITT: Films that capture the vibe of the city they take place in.
Posting a few. Bonus points for LA. Note sure why, but LA vibe in a film is max comfy for me.
LA stinks like methane, is 100 degrees F all the time and is full of gangsters shooting each other nonstop all day and all night, no film has ever accurately depicted this and Collateral especially so, that's more of a Miami Florida vibe than anything else
Do non-Americans like this show?
It seems very patriotic and pro-America "did everything in WW2"ish
>Reminder that it's because of lazy fucks like you that thoughtful, creative movies like Kubo aren't making money at the box office and Laika studios is going to be shut down as a result of because your failure
Has anybody seen this? Is it worth watching?
I went with my gf
I laughed a few times but also felt awkward, and a lot of the "jokes" were either shit or just went on too long, but it was fun
it's a flick, so take from that what you will
>I went with my gf
I should've followed that up by saying that some of the penis jokes and other sexual jokes made me feel awkward, but if I were with other guys, I don't think it would've been as bad
Whats your favorite Paulie line or moment?
>Ramón Antonio Gerardo Estévez
Why doesn't he go by his real name?
32 fucking minutes into this thing and it's been nothing but one giant stupid, boring as fuck car chase/shootout so far.
this is coming from someone who loves operator/CIA type of shit and enjoyed all the previous movies.
what the fuck is this piece of shit?
>mel gibson gets a standing ovation
>clint eastwood gets a standing ovation
Is the year of the cuck over?
>The story of Chesley Sullenberger, who became a hero after gliding his plane along the water in the Hudson River, saving all of the airplane flights 155 crew and passengers.
oh look, another empty dadmovie by tom hanks.
I'm sure burgers will clap and cheer in the theater
The Sully movie is so fucking pointless
It literally happened like 5 years ago. We all already know the story. Now they're just gonna overdramatize it because Hollywood hasn't come up with a new idea since 2000
Is he "our guy"?
I knew Chris before he became famous, we used to skype with a couple other guys tryin to make money on youtube reviewing movies, and let me tell you something, he is a fucking asshole. If Rotten Tomatoes says it was good or IMBD said it was good, there was nothing that would get this guy to change his mind. He undermineded us all in his earlier cringe worthy videos where he would just repeat everything me and my friends said. I HATE HIM.
What do you think of this classic? Pleb friends didn't like it.
What was the meaning of this scene?
Unrelated, but I wish we'd see more pussies in cinema. Nothing too out there, just enough to make it feel real. I mean, grow the fuck up, it's just the human body.
I wasn't a huge fan of True Detective, but I really respected them for showing a bit of Alexandra Daddario's clit.
>welcome to Starbucks what can I get you today?
Are the austin powers movies kino?
>Debuted at #17 in 2,000 theaters
I bet his kids are such a huge disappointment to him.
>Hates the new Ghoustbusters.
>loves the prequels.
Is he our guy?
>"I'm not afraid of a computer passing a Turing test. I'm afraid of it intentionally failing it."
What are your thoughts on the current and future capeshows on TV and streaming?
>Legends of Tomorrow
>Agents of SHIELD
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I'm not going into all of that, but I'm very interested to see how Netflix handles Iron Fist.
It will be released post-Doctor Strange, so they will probably be allowed to go deeper into mysticism than Daredevil could, and I think K'un-Lun can be neatly tied together with the Hand and Strange's alternative dimensions.
Is this /tv/'s holy quad?
i'm the king of everything who makes the new thread! edition
Not entirely true. RTD asked Moffat if he minded, and Moffat simply said "I'm using the Daleks in Series 5." It was RTD who decided to hold off and not use them in End of Time so that Moff's Dalek story could have more fanfare (and we all know how that turned out).
RTD's initial idea was to have had the Daleks teamed up with Rassilon and the High Council in the final days of the War.
Does she have a future in Hollywood?
>to save billions
>It's a "Truman explains to his friends that that the sandyhook shooting was a hoax" episode.
>It's a Truman drinks an entire bottle of Blackberry Brandy and passes out only to wake up 5 hours later, flip out of his bed and pop open his microwave on the floor and vomit inside of it, close it, vomit some on the carpet, get back in bed, vomit a bit there too, and go back to sleep only to wake up 3 hours later to the horror that awaits him episode.
ITT /tv/ tries to count from 1 to 101 using only movie titles.
I'll start with One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest