>When asked about scientific inaccuracies in his film Interstellar in a recent New York Times interview with Joey Boots, Nolan replied: "I have an IQ if 136. I can absorb the world as I see it. I did everything. They just completed my vision"
What did he mean by this?
Try to tell me why this isn't the best film ever.
You now remember this.
Never forgot it, and even kinda liked it.
The movie version of Mina was a lot more interesting than the comic version, too.
How do we fix the prequels? Not bitch or whine or complain about them, but try to assemble a superior version of them?
You can't, they're already out. They're going to be terrible forever.
You can write a better script for them and start over from scratch, but the movies themselves are unsalvageable.
I hope the 3 people that browse this board and know who yoshida yoshishige is are on.
You can also post stuff you bought recently.
Yes, he is.
>Yoshishige Yoshida (吉田 喜重 Yoshida Yoshishige?, born 16 February 1933), also known as Kijū Yoshida, is a Japanese film director and screenwriter.
Fucker is still alive too apparently.
can somebody tell me how i can appreciate adventure time? what is the greatest appeal of the show and is there anythign I should do before watching if I want to like it?
The show had potential to be a great boys kids show if they focused on the dungeon treasure raids and battling monsters but due to le reddit quirkiness and mah thought provoking emotional twists a bunch of man babies have adopted at as a "kids cartoon for adults"
This movie is unbelievably bad.
Just started watching this. Season 3, Ep 7 now
Holy shit, I do not see ANYTHING redeeming about this girl. She's a spoiled brat, a whiner and she is naive to a fucking point it's annoying.
And she's supposed to play Jean Grey? Get the fuck out of here she's way to dumb looking, way too much of a scaredy cat and her hair isn't red enough
I do enjoy this show tho
In the books, she's the direct reason Ned gets killed. Cersei had no knowledge of Ned's plot to support Stannis until Sansa told her about it because she didn't want to leave Joffrey.
They cut that out of the show because they probably thought people would absolutely hate her, plus the show does its best to whitewash the female characters at every opportunity
They got a real human bean to host SNL tonight
Where do first time directors get money for their first film?
Even a low-budget indie costs like $500,000.
NEW POSTER FEATURING PHASMA.
FRESH FROM THE PRESS LADS.
Why isnt anyone talking about this?
Just finished watching this and what an amazing fucking show! I was really surprised that I've never seen a thread for it and only kind of bumped into it by accident. For a show that moves around so much they do a great job fleshing out the world and characters.
Somehow the BBC made this show without the typical SJW interference with casting or "girl power" bullshit like what got shoehorned into Vikings. If not even more historically accurate, far more accurate portrayals...
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It's good. It has moments of brilliance. I think the guy who plays Alfred is doing a really good job, and I really liked the battle of Edington in the season finale, however short it was. I think the short-haired girl that was introduced in the last couple episodes is top qt.
But the series is severely hampered by how much of a dipshit the MC is, goddamn.
I dont see how Uthred is a dipshit at all. His character might be pig-headed and stubborn but he's playing the character to a hilt.
The short haired nun was cute yeah and thats what I'm talking about they just kind of bump into her and shes suddenly part of the show but it doesn't feel forced.
and Alfred is being played very well even though I kind of hate him for being a vicious manipulative bastard; thats what makes him a good king.
I loved the brofest between Uthred and Leofric the commander. I havent seen a friendship like that since Rome
Best apocalypse movies?
What books should be turned into the next high fantasy blockbuster franchise?
What did /tv/ think of the final episode of Board James? I thought it was really fantastic. You can tell James and friends had a great time making it.
What did he mean by it, though?
>mfw Board James is the only internet review show with a "plotline" that actually worked