What's the most masculine movie there is?
It doesn't matter if it's simple "bro-core" or borders on the homoerotic, if it's a quiet meditation on masculinity ("Drive") or balls-out macho-stuff (pic related, other classic Arnold stuff, the "Expendables" movies etc.)
Only the finest swine related films.
70s-mid 80s Australian film is a wonderful thing. The government grants basically meant almost anyone could make a low (by film standards) budget movie with no risk, so lots of random movie ideas got made, just because they could.
Best science fiction this decade?
Find a single objective flaw
Pro-tip: you can't
Anakin had literally no reason to turn to the dark side. The Emperor literally said "i can save people from death lol" and Anakin believed him without any questioning
Also the moment he turns to the dark side the Emperor also says "I don't know how to save others from death but we can try and find out lol"
MFW realizing I'm the only oldest person on /tv/ that remembers having only three TV networks to watch and Jerry Lewis telethons airing on all three the entire Labor Day weekend.
What did Carpenter mean by this?
Literally pure kino.
Not even American, but that Commander in Chief scene in the last episode made me feel.
Let's discuss Whoopi (((Goldberg)))
what the FRICK is nick thinking this may be worst movie of the year
holy shit why
>not having a sassy girl to fight my battles for me
Why even persist?
Are you guys ready for kino in its purest most distilled form?
so im watching batman vs superman and early on in the movie for only like 2 seconds theres an inclusion of an interracial gay couple kissing.
i googled this to make sure i wasnt seeing shit and i guess it was added specifically in the 'ultimate edition'.
why tho?? i mean it just seems like it was thrown in there to just be there
Watch the 2007 episodes here:
Why are there no good movies about the Korean War?
Why are almost all male actors short?
Is this really good or should i just off myself?
ITT: Times /tv/ was wrong
Regardless of the movie's quality, /tv/ was fucking hilarious during this time
>non-force users can't use lightsabers!
>a black stormtrooper?! But they're all clones of Jango Fett!
Who will play him in the inevitable biopic?
If movies are so great, how come all your best shit is based on books /tv/?
>implying The Shawshank Redemption and Die Hard are anywhere close to the quality of the other 7
>implying any of those besides 2001 and No Country for Old Men are anywhere close to the top 100 of all time
>yes sir, the singles section of the cinema is right over here
What are some spoopy alien flicks?
Should they remake this and make it a serious thriller film?
That's not what I said at all.
I was reading the other day how people wished that this film was more serious and didn't have the cheesy comedic theme and so was thinking what if they remade it to be full on serious?
The entire movie was so surreal
>Say goodbye to my wife, and I'll say hello to yours
>That cave scene with the deputy
>Inhumane antagonists with inhuman voices
Fantastic movie, but I didn't quite catch whether Samantha was raped or simply caged by the troglodyte clan, any thoughts?
Don't really see how it matters tbqhf
It was definitely a surreal movie, I enjoyed it a lot
FOUR DOOMED MEN RIDE OUT
Sam-Frog Face AKA worst Emma
>we just owned the CIA
>doesn't click 'safely remove hardware' before yanking usb drive
what did she mean by this?
Can we all just agree that she is the biggest slut of them all? I mean she slept with 66% of the male friends.
What the hell is wrong with being a slut? How else are you meant to find a girl to bang if none of the girls will wanna have sex?
Anyone who hates sluts are looking at it the wrong way.
Now the dust has settled, which one was scarier?
It was boring and it made no sense. What do you honestly think of it?
>Flick - No one dies
>Movie - Character's pet dies
>Film - 1 or 2 side characters die
>Kino - Main character dies
Do you agree?