watch the directors video of explaining the ending?
In short the main character fails to change and commit to a relationship with his pregnant wife, the spider is a symbol of being in a relationship with a women.
He fears being in a relationship will suffocate him like a spiders web.
Thats why the spider is afraid in the end of him , cause he cant change, he will always see women and relationships as a spider and its web.
What a huge load of bullcrap.
Why does reddit buys so easily into this shit?
this is worse than weaboos writing yaoi/yuri fanfics doujins
HAPPY BIRTHDAY PAULIE
So many great directors this days, and they gave star wars movie to him.
Safety Not Guaranteed was pretty comfy, but I don't see why he got the Jurassic World gig just from that. He must have had a pretty phenomenal pitch.
Not too thrilled about him doing Star Wars. I would have rather seen someone like Frank Darabont do it
Is Star Wars a meme series?
Is this the thinking man's Independence Day?
What's this twats genre of film?
Talking about his more recent stuff.
Don't give two fucks.
I'm trying to pin down what's his genre as I cannot define it.
Could he have made a new fucking genre with his autistic need to film grass?
>considers himself a patrician
>hasn't seen at least 50 silent movies
Why are people even doing this?
>considers himself patrician
So it's..eh.. Friday night and..still jobless..yay.
I haven't left the house in a week.
My therapist..uh..broke up with me.
Oh yeah, there's a gnome warlock in my living room..sleeping on my couch
ITT: You predict the Rotten Tomatoes score for 'The Force Awakens' after 50 critic reviews.
Bonus: Give your best review quote also eg: "A tour de force from JJ Abrams..."
"The Force Awakens? I wish they could say the same about Abrams and Kasdan's script. Abrams beats diversity over our heads, as if the audience doesn't understand it's 2015. I'm pleasantly surprised there wasn't any product placement for Coca Cola or McDonalds. Two stars, and that extra star is out of respect for the Star Wars franchise."
Is it any good?
Is it worth my time?
Are there any episodes / seasons that I should miss out?
SG1 thread, I guess.
This was literally the most powerful beginning of an episode.
>ITT: movies that make you go "damn I totally forgot that movie existed I saw it so long ago maybe I should give it another watch sometime"
The Rules of the Game is objectively better than Citizen Kane.
Prove me wrong.
What is the comfiest movie you know of /tv/?
>tfw snug in bed with chocolate milk and no work in the morning
Amelie probably. I have this poster.