>this isn't his favorite director
Seriously, can we lynch these kinds of people?
ok so i rewatched this after many years
and it seems to me like it was all a "rekall"
all the secret spy, shooting lef and right, you´ll meet this exact girl which we generated for you, mars, final showdown, blue sky
and finally the white light at the end
is there a theory about how it was all real or...
Who can say where the road goes...
Henry Fonda's career took a dive after Once Upon a Time in the West due to his villainous role (and killing a child). Are there any other examples of actors/actresses whose career was affected by a certain role they took on? Why are people unable to comprehend that they are, in fact, just characters?
>Then other factors; a lot of the Southern Baptists, a lot of; the South wanted to pretty much hang me; put me up on the cross and burn me because they thought that I was that, not realizing I was just a child and it was job and I really didn’t take it to heart as far as what the whole subject matter was, so it was very, very difficult.
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Why 30+ adults are hyped for Star Wars?
What's her name, /tv/?
In honour of Linkara's masterpiece film debut it's time for a tgwtg thread.
who thinks that they should make a sequel series called "The Next Files"
>it involves fingernails
What killed cinema as an art?
What did Lucas mean by these shots?
>that friend who repeats memorable quotes from the movie the entire ride back home
What was his problem?
ITT Movies that most of /tv/ hasn't seen and you like it.
I saw The Drop yesterday and it was pretty good. The main character was really interesting and good.