Why is it that only black people make parody movies now?
Why did namgoong minsoo
stop yona from stabbing franco the elder in the sauna?
So Leo played the anti-hero who murders Bane for no reason, and Bane is the hunted protagonist who got into a bad situation / framed.
If you don't understand this, please go back to r/movies...
I genuinely am starting to question whether or not Glass wanted Bane to kill him. The way he closes his eyes is weird.
Plus he didn't seem worried and he didn't struggle until Hawk showed up.
Listen faggot. I'm tired of you edgy retards who get upset about real film analysis. The fact is that Bane didn't actually plan to hurt anyone. He had a deal with Leo. Period. The fact that the little tree nigger started throwing a shit fit is literally not Bane's fault.
Everything after that is Bane trying to set things right while Leo can't get a fucking grip.
So when Peter Jackson comes out with The Silmarillion, will /tv/ be flooded with people claiming that the Hobbit trilogy were avant-garde cinematic masterpieces because "at least they tried to be original?"
For a split second I thought hamill had reverted back to JUST
How would he do that when Christopher Tolkien hates his fucking guts and literally evinced that his "commercialisation has reduced the aesthetic and philosophical impact of [Tolkien's] creation to nothing"?
ITT: Good movies NOBODY saw coming
Hey TV quick question here, what are some good movies set in modern day or future japan that are not anime? Anime is bad, im not looking for anime
>anime is bad, i'm not looking for anime
You narrowed it down so much that there are literally no answers. The best I can give you is the Neo-Seoul scenes in Cloud Atlas but that's not even Japan.
Blade Runner is visually similar but is also not set in Japan.
Kino or just a meme?
Just saw this
He did not say
HOL UPyou lying racist FAGS
>Master Luke, I should inform you that your uncle owned me for years several decades ago and neither I nor him reference this at any point.
Could someone post the flowchart detailing the different types of film?
Any good documentaries like this?
>best Mission impossible
>best Star Trek
>best Star Wars
Is there anything JJ cannot do?
Was Emily Blunt who played 'Kate' in the 2015 meme 'Sicario' farting in all her scenes or does she breath with her mouth when she is scared or something??
I have attached a WebM image highlighting the questionable scenes
Garret Jacob Hobbs?