"Is a Star Wars blaster as lethal as a real gun? Daisy Ridley's Instagram haters think so
Actress called out as 'hypocrite' in light of blaster-toting turn in Star Wars: The Force Awakens."
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>daisy deleted her instagram
>blasters arent guns
>this bitch wants to tell you about your rights and your privilege as shes portrayed as a fucking god on screen
Thinking about how lucky I am like . . . Serious bit: as I sat in the audience yesterday tears were streaming down my face at the tribute to those that have been lost to gun violence. I didn’t get a great picture of the incredible group that came on stage but they were so brave. It was a true moment of togetherness. We must #stoptheviolence
1) Her character doesn't use a blaster much in the movie.
2) A blaster isn't real and a gun is.
3) You can be anti-gun but still portray a character who uses guns in a movie because fantasy and reality are two separate things.
4) You can be opposed to violence while still being in a somewhat violent movie because, again, fantasy and reality aren't the same thing.
5) People need to get a grip and stop harassing people online just because they disagree with them.
I don't know why famous people even have Twitters anymore. It's 99% garbage anyway, and when you have a lot of fans, 99% of that is a lot of garbage.
If you want your "social media presence", just hire some agency to handle it for you so you don't have to deal with all of that bullshit, and just ignore it.
Name one director more talented than Kubrick.
>"it ain't me" starts playing
What were they thinking?
how did t his retard even get to where he was? Not to quote Family guy, but the guy can not hold straight face for 5 fucking seconds without laughing or giggling, and his fake "interview" laughs are so obvious you can see his guests cringe at it
Want to see a couple of webums from my rip?
Living in Japan atm. It was utter shit.
Godzilla starts off as a rubber chicken/snake thing that flops around like a dying fish.
Transforms later into pic related and then stands in one place shooting laser beams.
Godzilla has less screen time than 2014 Zilla.
90% (not an exaggeration) of the film takes place in a single office room with old Japs spouting propaganda and blaming the U.S. for literally everything.
The film ends with trucks jizzing in Godzillas mouth to put him to sleep.
The effects were not terrible but dont even come...
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I threw my stub out but heres a receipt I got shopping today
NAME SOMETHING TEENAGERS DO WHEN THEIR PARENTS AREN'T AROUND
Do you watch movies with subtitles on or off?
What's /tv/s consensus on pic related? I thought it was a pretty good movie and I'm sad it flopped.
I loved the 60s setting and even the altered backgrounds for Solo and Illya were intriguing, I'd say its biggest weakness was repetition, especially that last scene.
Also weird editing choice for that landing party, just too confusing and should have been shot normally.
The music was phenomenal
Is this the greatest disturbing thriller of all time?
Nothing comes close to that bathroom scene
It's a shame the Stephen King mini series wasn't as scary.
What I do look about the mini series is that it explains who that women was in the bathroom which the Kubrick version leaves out (but then some say say this is better as it makes it more mysterious).
And a hedgehog maze which you can be trapped in is way more scarier than CGI hedgehog animals coming to life.
But I know people will say the Nicholson version failed to show a proper son and father relationship version as the mini series and book version does.
Movies numales will never understand.
"Numales" seem to understand it just fine. The conservacucks who take it at face value as an endorsement of police brutality and macho vigilante justice are missing the point entirely.
That movie was great but the ending was so retarded. Why would the killer abandon his bus full of hostages? And that bullshit shot Harry killed the killer with was retarded. Then he throws his badge in the river only for him to be a detective in the sequel.
Which actress should be cast to play Miss Marvel?
Are you going to watch this, /tv/?
Should he have tipped? Was Mr. Pink right?
Who was in wrong here?
Nick Dunne is a fucking retard for staying with that psychopath.
His wife is a fucking psychopath who's actions are justified in the end because her hubby wasn't "genuine" to her.
His twin sister is the true victim because she has to see her brother go through this shit and fear for her and her brother's life 'cause who knows when that batshit insane bitch will snap again.
just finished this, when does it get good?
Damn, this was pretty fucking good.
Don't listen to critics guys, see it for yourself and make up your own minds.
Don't be sheep.
What did you think of Brooklyn?
Did she deserve the oscar for it?
What went to wrong?
Slipknot appears for 2 minutes before getting his head blown off
Capt Boomerang was a waste of character
Batman's cameo was too short,also,Flash vs Boomerang should've been more then a 3 sec show off, if there was one
Harley,Diablo and Deadshot are the only ones with some depth and use in their character.Others like Katana,Boomerang and Killer Croc didn't live up to their potential
Joker was one of the biggest letdowns,considering the hype (lights,camera,insanity) and marketing...
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What went wrong? they seriously went too far and tried too hard with this marketing shit, I get that theyre trying to emulate Guardian's success but why the fuck are they using all marketing stuffs to bring out the supposed "charm and tone" of the film and not use the characterization themselves? what the fuck
She really commits to her craft
What are some remakes/reboots that are actually good? They don't have to be better than the original, but good. Scarface is the first thing that comes to mind.
>There are people on this board RIGHT NOW who actually think die hard isn't GOAT
Wtf happened ? Are you that fucking hipster that something being popular automatically makes it bad ?
>inb4 die with a vengeance is better
Just fucking no
>tfw my local cinema was showing it at christmas past and the place was full, everyone loved it and it was one of the best films i saw in the cinema that year
It holds up perfectly well
Luc Besson's Lucy
Ridley Scott's Martian
Brian De Palma's Mission to the Mars
Alfonso Cuarón's Gravity
My theory is that
If a director stays big long enough eventually he would make a movie to pay tribute to 2001
So what colour is the boathouse at Hereford??
Can someone explain this movie? I don't get it.
Also whats with all the sexual tension in the family?
HEY O'CONNEL, IT LOOKS TO ME LIKE I'VE GOT ALL THE HORSES!
What went wrong?
We all liked Beyond better than Into Darkness, that much is clear. What isn't clear is what the fuck was the villains deal? All I know for sure is that his name was Krall.
For most of the movie I thought he was a straightforward xenophobe alien who didn't want the federation entering his space and discovering his planet hidden by the nebula.
But then in the third act they reveal he was a starfleet officer who got stranded, went crazy, turned into an alien and planned to destroy a space station with his killer bee machine.
My questions are as follows
>How did the Enterprise get a hold of the macguffin trinket?
>How did Krall know they had it?
>Why did the seemingly advanced technological device need a stone tablet to activate?
>Who built it?
>Was it's sole purpose to create a million bee drones?
>Didn't they already have a swarm of drones that attacked the Enterprise?
>If they were planning to use it on a space station, why test it on headcrab girl?
>How did Idris Elba turn into a goblin?
>How did he turn back into a part-human part-goblin near the end?
>Where did he gain his life-force absorbing ability?
Answer all questions and have your papers on my desk by Monday.
1. it was literally explained in the movie, it was divided in half and sent in to space because the ancient aliens did not like their power (that eventually probably killed a good portion of their populace)
2. it was literally explained in the movie, because krall had access to the fucking Yorktown network, due to the probe they sent out, he even had files on Kirk and the Enterprise
3. it was literally explained in the movie, advanced technology can seem like fucking magic
4. no one fucking knows, ancient aliens
5. no, the weapon was made as a fucking weapon to wipe out anything but pretty much metal (aka all the ancient aliens drones and drone ships)
6. ?????????? the drone ships =/= weapon
7. because you test a weapon before you put all the chips on the table?
8. the advanced alien tech pretty much extended his life at the cost of transforming him in to said aliens, probably due to it being used by said aliens, not by humans
9. because he had some sort of bio-tech to absorb energy to replenish his stamina, and temporarily turned him more human until he 'fed' again
10. it was literally explained in the movie, it was left on the fucking planet
you're an absolute retard OP, despite the movie did have a shitty "twist reveal" that pretty much put all the emphasis on the 3rd act reveal
pegg should have sprinkled more breadcrumbs earlier in the movie, apparently you retards are too confused
Why are celebrities such fucking douchebags to this guy?