What the fuck happened? It's been 26 years, not 46.
>Cinematography Leonardo DiCaprio Oscar
Is anyone else pissed how much film has been simplified into memes? This is literally all anyone cares about with The Revenant. Not the artistic themes, or what it means to be human, or why ultimatley it matters. It's just a product just like a big mac.
>Leonardo DiCaprio Oscar
That's all these critics and viewers are sqwaking like a bunch of retarded parrots
There were critics that thought this movie was sincerely promoting new-age reincarnation mysticism instead of just constructing an artistic representation of the nature of life
someday people will come to see how good cloud atlas is. someday
Especially ironic considering conservatives' constant appeals to the Constitution.
ITT: Cinema that plebeians will never understand.
Not the best, but the most Based Godzilal movie TbH Famiry
What's your opinion on these movies? Overrated, better than what we have now in terms of animation, or both. I think they beat out the more recent cgi films, and it's not because of nostalgia nostalgia because I was only alive for the last few. Each movie had its own look with an artistic purpose in mind, and I always thought the 2D animations looked better because if a character had exaggerated features, it was to convey a certain demeanor and get a message about the character across, whereas the CGI characters just look goofy and deformed. The renaissance films also weren't afraid to hint at darker subject matter and symbolism.
The last few animated hits (Frozen, Inside Out, the Good Dinosaur) felt like generic kids movies with the adults getting on board ("omg guise it's so complex and relatable") because every person who wasn't miserable during a kids movie seems to act like they just saw a masterpiece when they're walking out of the theatre.
Yes. The renaissance movies were great, mostly due to the mixture of traditional animation and cgi.
I agree that Inside Out and Good Dinosaur are generic, but they were made by Pixar who always make 3d movies.
What you want to pick at Disney for is films like Bolt, Tangled, and Frozen. Maybe Big Hero 6 if you take away Its beautiful aesthetic.
Lion King and Hercules are also shit.
What are some of your favourite movie posters of 2015?
Here are mine.
#10, and continued.
Do you like the BIG and EPIC look of DC movies? Or do you prefer the neutral realistic cinematography of Marvel movies?
>I gotta say.... it's Fantastic
Is it just me or does his directing really improve after Fantastic Mr Fox? It's like his work with stop motion, meticulously taking each shot individually translated into his live action work. Even though I think that Moonrise Kingdom and Grand Budapest Hotel are not his best films, I think they are the best directed.
I would honestly love to see how he would remake The Royal Tenenbaums nowadays and compare it the original.
>Moonrise Kingdom and Grand Budapest Hotel are not his best films
Only contrarians and hipsters genuinely believe this. Grand Budapest Hotel is his style perfected. It is truly the climax of his career, and I don't think he will be able to top it. It's the film that made even Wes Anderson hates understand it - Amy Nicholson comes to mind.
Does anyone actually like this character and if so why?
Landis put up a video on unoriginal monster design.
Interesting stuff. Robot things you're kinda stretching, but interesting stuff.
Okay, I got a couple of questions
What did the pregnant lady in the bathroom mean?
Why did that group of people play Marco Polo in the nude?
What was Michael Cera's purpose in the film?
Why did he breakdown at the party?
Was that the same Tim from The Comedy?
Was this movie good or pretentious indie film crap?
>What did the pregnant lady in the bathroom mean?
However it made you feel it what it meant. Obvious reading could be issues w/ his daughter.
>Why did that group of people play Marco Polo in the nude?
Same, it was a hazy fever dream. Almost Lynchian. Did it happen? How much of it?
>What was Michael Cera's purpose in the film?
To show that Neil was so lonely he'd consider bathroom...
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Huh, it actually does work as a crossguard.
How come they turned Jimmy Olsen in Supergirl into a huge black guy, but Luke Cage, the love interest in Jessica Jones, remained a huge black guy, true to the original?