I've finally done it, I've finished the first draft of my short.
Not sure I like the ending much, but I'm happy about it so far.
Tear it to fucking shreds, guys.
>What have you worked on?
>What are you working on now?
>What do you plan on working on?
I have done nothing since last year. I wrote a screenplay for 6 months straight everyday, and then a book 300 pages which is published. Then a 60 page tv show script.
I hate writing now because it's gotten rusty, I'm scared to get back into it because I'm afraid it'll be garbage, and I wish I had that magic spark I had a year ago, back.
Fucking hell. I have 10 high concept ideas too, blockbuster movie ideas, but I can't decide which to focus on since each one is interesting....
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This movie JUST finished screening. Critics will be tweeting about it soon.
Ones who saw it last night were ecstatic.
Holy shit, did anyone else watch? The dude looked super nervous and had watery eyes. He looked so uncomfortable and unprepared. And that skit was just dumb.
Now that the dust has settled can someone tell me why Black Panthers suit looks so much better than the Batfleck suit?
wtf is wrong with DC?
You can pinpoint the exact frame when marvel is killed
>One night before release
>likely not screened for critics
Whelp...at least it was a fun idea while it lasted, /tv/
I'll pirate it in March and hold it until next December.
Had hopes--Trick r Treat was a pretty fine little Halloween flick. I bet this leans a bit too far into "LOLSOIRONY" humor.
I've been liking the idea of Krampus since I learned of him a few years ago. I also like Adam Scott in most things. I'll just withhold judgement and assume that the studio has no idea how properly promote a movie that's this original.
The biggest complaint about Man of Steel was the tone. Given that this seems to have a much lighter one, do you think critics will warm up to it?
What do you predict on Rotten Tomatoes?
I saw The Revenant, ask me anything.
Oh hey there Marvel
A coworker told me to watch this, he said it was one of his favorite movies. Is it good at all?
watched about a week ago on /tv/s recommendation. It was written my garland so i guess i expected something better than i got. I was really disappointed in it. some of the movie making was downright amateurish and not in an endearing way.
ITT: post your gf's favourite movie, others judge if she's pleb or not. I'll start.
>A young man is rocked by two announcements from his elderly father: that he has terminal cancer, and that he has a young male lover.
Patrician tier comedy. Does it have eldery men crossdressing?
>this bat-vigilante thinks he's above the law
Can someone explain to me the appeal of Deadwood? I've watched the other two of the holy HBO trinity (Wire and Sopranos) and adored them, but Deadwood is just a flatline for me, especially as far as characters are concerned. I've watched the first two seasons. I like the sets and costumes and acting, but I can't make myself give a fuck about the business storylines and such.
It's because you're dumb. The dialogue is the best of those three you mentioned, although Sopranos is probably better overall. Deadwood lacks "lol Paulie Walnuts" or "here come Omar" tier shit that keeps plebs interested. Go watch Big Bang Theory and never try Mad Men.
FART STREET CONFIRMED
BvS will fucking flop.