>Watch movie about the old west
>Native Americans are portrayed as a peaceful, tight-knit band of elegant wild men, a culture white people "just can't understand"
>Rather than the reality of them being a bunch of roaming nitwit hunter gatherers that couldn't hack it against a bunch of sickly British dudes
Will movies ever get it right?
Is this the best tv show intro ever?
Feel like shit, just want to sleep so I won't have to experience existence but I can't. Cartoons always make me feel better though. I know this isn't /r/ but I'd really appreciate it if you guys could recommend some comfy cartoons for me. Anime is fine too
So what did everyone think of Amazon's new version of the Tick? Also, what do you want to see if the series gets picked up?
>normies doing normie stuff: the movie
It was refreshing to see only capable, cool characters star in the movie. Even the guy who was sort of autistic was super talented and strong. And that's great, cause society isn't made up solely of fuckups like me, and it's a joy to see people going through all the initiation ceremonies with flying colours for once instead of killing a hooker at a stag party and trying to hide the corpse for the whole movie or sth.
How would you rate these actresses?
>Still, according to Elsa Waithe, a four-year veteran African-American stand-up comic, "The Nightly Show" was appointment television for her and plenty of her black peers, if for no other reason because it was one of the few comedy shows of its kind on air currently featuring a predominately black perspective.
>"To be frank, I think when they say Larry Wilmore's show wasn't 'playing well with audiences'...
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There are over 36 million blacks in the United States, about the same amount of people in the entire country of Canada.
If no one watched it then it wasn't resonating well with ANY audience.
>There are people that unironically like this
I could imagine some retarded fan faggot nerds watching this scene in the theater for the first time and leaping from their seat going "YEAAAAAAAAAAH YODA KICK HIS ASS!" like some frat douche at a keggar
I truly feel sorrow for my generation
Why didn't he just suck his cock?
Most overrated films of all time?
yeah. I don't understand why it was or is so popular. Not a contrarian, just a fan of Sci-Fi. I blame the trekkies. I love Trek too. but it was just not much sci-fi after star trek.
PROTIP: if you prefer left over right you don't belong here and should FUCK OFF back to reddit.
ITT: Television/film that influenced your political opinions.
I went into this live debate as a person that really didn't like Bill O'Reilly and really drank the Daily Show kool-aid.
I was shocked, cause whenever Bill would argue, he would use facts and figures. Whenever Jon would argue, it was usually always from an emotional standpoint, and if Jon was losing, he'd regress to "I'M LE COMEDIAN GUISE!" It was generally embarrassing that Jon was acting the fool while Bill wasn't the blowhard I thought he was.
Yesterday it happened to me. I watched Antichrist and it was an incredibly dark, raw and despairing film. It was filmed in a way that I'd never experienced before.
Without giving away the entire plot, the movie is about a couple who retreats to a small house they have in the woods, in an attempt to escape the difficult time they're going through. The husband, who is a therapist, also wants to help his wife who is suffering from depression due to a recent trauma.
I couldn't watch it all in one sitting. I watched the second half the next day.
The intensity of the film, the eerie symbolism, the crazy love the husband has for his very mentally unstable wife, the haunting cinematography... it was too much.
I experience depressive feelings now and again, and after watching an hour of this film, I was 'triggered' into feeling extremely depressed myself. I cried for about half an hour and kept thinking about my own desire for passionate intimacy. I had suicidal thoughts and felt deep, emotional pain in my heart as I started hyperventilating.
You have 10 seconds to explain why you haven't watched her Netflix show.
ITT: Directors whose personalities you can't stand
>Robert DeNiro played Frankenstein
Why was this allowed?
What is the most bat-shit insane scene in film history?
The shit eating scene from that one movie that I forgot the name of. It takes place in Italy during WW2 I think. It's about rich aristocrats living out their most degenerate fantasies before things go to shit.
GOAT movie coming though
What does /tv/ think of this movie?
Simple as the title states Cast the Rock "Dwayne Johnson" in a marvel movie. Who would he play and why?
Did he decide to betray Marsellus after his interaction with Vincent?
Was this the best performance on tv this decade?
Not so fast....
>it's a you're watching a movie then start thinking about your life and how it sucks and you failed at everything then you can't pay attention to the movie anymore because you are too depressed and want to kill yourself episode
Anyone got the fifth episode?
Netflix movie recommendations and shows please I've about everything already
there aren't that many movies on netflix unless you're a big fan of "spies like us" or "spy swift" or "i spy" or "hellraiser 7½"
tucker and dale vs evil and the spongebob movie and scary movie 3 but that's probably the first thing anyone watches when they get netflix so you've probably already seen them
What city were they in?
Give me some kino to watch on my flight to Shanghai(14 hours)
This thing is after you. The main protagonist from the last movie you watched will save you from this.
No strain thread? its starting right now.
i miss assfu and frenchfu
These vampires are designed to be unsexy but there is that one fag that likes Eph's wife who tries to look human.