After the role of a life time, She's been busy.
L'Année dernière à Marienbad (Resnais, 1961)
七人の侍 (Kurosawa, 1954)
Persona (Bergman, 1966)
The Sacrifice (Tarkovsky, 1986)
The Godfather (Coppola, 1972)
The Shining (Kubrick, 1980)
>Seven Samurai above The Sacrifice
You have made a mistake.
Film: Yojimbo/Hidden Fortress
Movie: Seven Samurai/Ran
Flick: Throne of Blood/Sanjurō
>yfw Cap America has same amount of views in a day than Warcraft has in a fucking month
Not even blizzard fans care about Warcraft anymore.
>Finally, after all these Star Wars..The Force Awakens.
Better if we get to see them work in the same operation. Special police units like SWAT or GIGN allowed.
>Literally the only thing wrong with this concept is that all of those
sexist nerds who are still whining and moaning about the female reboot
of Ghostbusters will probably decide they’re huge Men in Black
fans just so they can moan about this, too. Sorry, guys: you’re living
in the age of Furiosa now. Your beloved geek properties will no longer
ignore the 51% of the world’s population. Move on.
>females want to be equally represented so instead of making their own iconic franchises they piggyback on nostalgia iconic franchises from 20 years ago
How is this equal epresentation if they can only be in famous blockbuster movies that had 2+films with a mostly male cast
At least Tyler perry makes his own movies instead of making shit like an all black back to the future
Also why are they acting like women are even underrepresented, female centric programming has been going strong for decades with soap operas, shit like desperate housewives, greys anatomy etc...
Demographics aren't just made up shit to push men front and center, different things are made for people with different industries
I guess because our generation (in America) is running out of issues to complain about they're just making shit up to seem extra relevant
When you watch a movie with your partner, do you watch the same laptop or separate laptops?
>Gabagool? Ova' here.
What did he mean by this?
This movie is an unbelievable piece of shit and I was wondering what /tv/ thought about it. Kind of embarrassing seeing Gosling's debut be so derivative without any real substance in the writing or characters.
What would fix the movie? Seems like it was this aimless attempt at "arthouse".
It's a bit like when Robert Rodriguez made Sin City and had Frank Miller around, and suddenly Frank Miller got the idea that he could be a director too so he went and made his movie (The Spirit) but literally just did what he saw Rodriguez do, no real thought or originality. This felt like Goose trying his hardest to be Refn.
The film has some issues but it's still better than every single movie this year that was given a positive rating on rotten tomatoes. It is better than every single film that will be nominated for an oscar.
Why was King of the Hill so good?
What were your favorite emails leaked from the Sony hack?
What Blurays, DVDs, TVs, bluray players, sound systems ect. will you get on black friday?
Also post your thanksgiving food.
So is a 4k TV worth it or what?
And how bad are smart TVs?
LOL Anon you sound just like Sheldor
After the role of a lifetime I'VE been busy.
Is it gay to like this movie as a man? If not, where is the line drawn?
What are some must-see space operas, /tv/?