>The Karate Kid is up next
>It's the Jaden Smith version
BRAVO O RUSSELL
>tfw only 17 more days until the most reddit film of all time hits theaters
Like the subject says, Films you have seen that you thought would be flicks/movies before viewing.
What do you mean I'm not a shitty meme yet?
Why doesn't he just fly batman into a volcano?
This movie shouldn't last more than 5 minutes.
I'm not a pervert, I just wanted a Turbo Man doll!
Movies that are best on vhs.
I watch a lot of new movies on VHS. My dad copies all the DVDs he buys onto tapes and then gives them to me to watch them since he is really autistic about his discs getting scratched and doesn't let anybody else handle them.
Last one I watched was Jurassic World
Goddamn this show is going absolutely nowhere
I really doubt its going to get a second season
I thought it was supposed to be post-apocalyptic Journey to the West but so far all its been is retarded Southern weaboo politics. I wish this show was about the kung fu demon possessed kid.
Why are there some Force powers that are implied to be inherently evil? The Force is neutral, it is neither good nor evil on its own; it's how people use it (and more importantly, to what end) that makes it Light or Dark. If this is indeed true, shouldn't Jedi have no qualms about learning powers like Sidious' stealth ability or force lightning?
The Sith mainly use lightning to torture and kill, but there are hundreds of other practical applications for millions of volts of electricity delivered on-demand.
>The Force is neutral, it is neither good nor evil on its own; it's how people use it
No, old EU-KOTR2-baby. The force exists, it is all things, and it has a dark side that is indeed bad but a natural part of things. The Sith are bad because they expand the Dark Side like a cancerous growth on the entire thing.
I was 12 or so and I remember this being on HBO or something definitely right after 2000 I think.
But I remember watching it with my parents and the beginning fucking scared me. I shit you not I stayed up the whole night and couldn't sleep and was scared of mummys since.
I was 32 or so and I remember this being on HBO or something definitely right after 2007 I think.
But I remember watching it with my parents and this scene fucking scared me. I shit you not I stayed up the whole night and couldn't sleep and was scared of masked men since
have you ever watched something that caused a shiver down your spine or you to tear up a little? (not because your sad)
what did you watch that caused that?
tingles/shivers or whatever you call them
I feel like the batman movies were engineered to cause them
even though they arent particularly good scenes or well written
>that 1:06 transition to 1:15 and 1:21
I just watched Taxi Driver for the first time. Was it good?
Is this considered patrician cinema?