Why does /tv/ hate Casey Neistat.
His vlogs are GOAT.
>Go to the theater to enjoy some film
>Someone's falcon lands on my anvil
>I hammer it
I love this movie. Just pure scifi no bullshit like "love is the one thing that transcends time and space" just a guy trying to survive on mars.
autistic post, humour as a defence mechanism to not go fucking crazy/give into despair is a real thing and you'd know this if you didn't suffer from fucking aspergers you soulless faggot
Help me get into Star Trek, please. I have never seen anything of this entire franchise, nothing at all. It keeps getting referenced everywhere and has huge number of fans so surely some of you could post order in which to watch, what is core of the franchise, what is non-cannon, what i should avoid.
Watch it all, and watch in the order that it was released.
Give me some movies about adult men relationship (not sexually of coure) with little girl.
I watched "Sundays and Cybele" and "Alice in the Cities", like both.
Charlie best character
Are we ready to admit The Walking Dead is good now?
Look at me, I am the poor man now
QUICK!: Post the first 5 films you think of that you consider pure kino!!!
>It's not an "S"
>On my world it means DYEL
wow television & film must be really boring considering all the shitposts here
Why does reddit like these guys so much?
Kino or sappy self-indulgent pseudo-intellectual 2deep4u for normies?
It's too deep for normies, and definitely too deep
I still haven't decided and i watched it few months back.
It feels to me like the director has some deep issues that doesn't seem that anyone understands so decided to make them in a movie.
Its obvious that goes philosophical in few points but hell i still dont know what to think.
>be a doctor at a hospital
>superior's best friend dies
>turn up to the cemetery for the funeral
>see your superior having a conversation with thin air
> He says to nobody "Where's your camera, aren't you gonna take some pictures?"
>guy actually believes we're here for his son's birthday party
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>what is trauma
If cox gets reported, Carla should be deported for the shit she pulled with laverne
Can we finally discuss this in depth yet? Has it been enough time for you guys to really delve into the plot and digest the story
hell yeah army dog thread
I was particularly moved by the scene where he is laying prone on the morning dew covered crass with his sniper scope aimed at a pack of newborn kittens.
>Back on the farm, I used to be a good boy
>there are no good or bad boys out here
>just animals who haven't gone to rainbow bridge yet
>that scene where Army Dog chews on his necklace made of ears
The scene where iraqis gun down several US soldiers while nearby children scream was unnerving, but I understand they only did it to develop connor as a character.
Speaking of which, was it ever explained how he got the necklace? They looked sliced off to me, not chewed or torn.
Harry Potter became a Nazi
What is their best movie, /tv/? Explain why.
Miller's Crossing is good choice. Seems underrated. Just because they don't resolve their plots in a conventional way doesn't necessarily mean they took a dump on the audience though. I think the ending of A Serious Man is incredibly fitting for example.
Is the Phantom of the Opera (2004) kino?
Is this good film?
I can't put my finger on it but why does Steve Martin suck so much? He's the most unfunny comedian who seemed to get steady work for the longest time, what gives?
Would Bowie have been a good Joker?
Yes. My dream Batman movie was with him as The Joker, and Clint Eastwood as a grizzled old Batman.
David's Joker would have been a lot more sinister, and the humor would have been disturbing, being only funny to The Joker himself
ITT: Your top 5 episodes of Teen Titans
1.How Long Is Forever?
2.Winner Take All
4.Sum Of His Parts
5.Forces of Nature
>MCU has quips
>yet /tv/ praises Raimi Spiderman
I don't get it
Raimi's quips were racist and homophobic u pleb, thats why
Is Matt Damon the biggest hack in hollywood?
I saw it without seeing any other Borne Films.
Tell me if my suspicion is correct.
The entire film was made in order to
replace Tommy Lee Jones as the main villain of the Franchise
Is he "our guy"?
What does /tv/ think of the Hellboy movies?
Probably the best comic book adaptation. Hellboy 1 was best. I loved the BRPD comics but was disappointed there wasn't enough interest in the Hellboy universe to spawn a spinoff trilogy.
Ron Pearlman is a hugely underrated actor. He takes roles in sometimes shitty stuff (Sons of Anarchy, Beauty and the Beast live action TV show) but he always does a good job.
I wonder what Mike Mignola is up to now.
I love them. I rate the 1st one a little higher than the 2nd. Mainly because it was paranormal nazi stuff like Indiana Jones and the fantasy stuff wasn't really my thing in the 2nd one. But I would LOVE it if there was a 3rd.
Why do people say they were gay? I know Joe Buck was fairly questionable seeing as he outright had several gay encounters, but Ratso was fairly asexual. If anything it's a movie about loneliness first and foremost.