Why is he still allowed to direct movies who does he have on his side?
>The Sixth Sense: 9/10
>The Village: 4/10
>Lady in the Water: 2/10
>The Happening: 2/10
>The Last Airbender: 0/10
>After Earth: 0/10
>The Visit: 0/10
Truly a legend.
What role will you remember Bryan Cranston for?
[heavy breathing and agonizing sounds of pain intensify]
Where does this show go downhill?
Good Lord is this a mess. Script is mostly nonsense and full of holes. You don't even need Emily Blunt's character and her role in this is pandering besides. I get how this got made but the fact that it's being so highly regarded is baffling to me.
No and no. It's crap and it's pandering. I don't believe Blunt is there but to be an independent strong woman with a minority sidekick. We spend time on her eyebrows and dating problems and watch her make dumb emotional mistakes over and over. Meanwhile I'm supposed to believe she's team leader and can handle all that tactical gear and weapon recoil with her body size and that the CIA would actively choose her in that manner in...
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Who's the better filmmaker?
The teaser for the next Star Wars is out
It looks fucking awesome
Hold it! This isn't looking too good for me. I'm the one on the right, unfortunately. Did you know the average bear has 116 teeth? Trust me on this one. If you're wondering how I ended up here, we're going to have to rewind a bit.
*REWIND EFFECT* - Cut to Leo in a crib.
Aww look at me! Wait a minute this is too far back!
*FF EFFECT* - Cut to Leo as a child in a coonskin cap and backpack on a picnic table.
There's the little guy! See, as far back as I can remember, I always wanted to go on a big furtrapping expedition. I dreamed about it night and day. I had my whole life planned out, studying orienteering before my times tables. Now I didn't know it yet, but even on the best planned adventures you can have 20 years of preparation under your belt, but with the crack of a gun or the snap of a twig, suddenly things can get pretty hairy!
*Kid Leo leaps triumphantly off the table and fades to silhouette. Two bear paws come up from the side of the screen and hold him. Delicate piano track fades in [Note: Pretty much follows https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PNA7DcVppEs [Embed] but replace the women with bears]
Do you think they will show us Luke at his full power?
Do you think it will be as powerful (or even more) that EU Grand Master Luke?
What are your expectations?
>The thing is for me.. I'll always hold the first 3 in the 70's in huge regard
>And the ones I did are...the one's I did. Well, I liked the 3rd one.
Reminder that based Ewan shits on /tv/'s favorite star wars movies.
Just got back from it.
>almost no dialogue from Leo
>entire theatre was silent upon leaving
I loved it. There were a few things that were blatantly obvious and easy to see coming, but overall I thought it was fantastic.
Levels of intolerance
1. Tolerate the camera being seen on the reflective surface
2. shadow of camera men being cast on the character
3. Shadow of the camera men on the ground
4. Camera being reflected in the eyes of the character
5. Water ripples caused by the camera men
6. Splash caused water drops to stay on a plane of glass before the camera
7. Characters make ways and rooms for the camera
8. During the movement it's revealed that the camera crew needs a place to stand
And other levels or instances please
Is this really a good film or just a glorified summer flick?
R.I.P my nigga
*pours out a forty*
ITT: Post movies better than the Star Wars prequels. Here I'll start.