>best hershlag film
>best aronofsky film
>best film of the decade so far
Black Swan isn't really a top x of the decade contender. Like everything by Aronofsky it's vaguely interesting and has some cool aesthetics but it doesn't really add up to anything meaningful.
I saw this in a big movie theatre in new york, they make them so large over there, and they overlook the streets as well ,never been in anything like that before, i live in california but i felt out of place, it was an enjoyable experience, i liked it very much.
watching this show for the first time and it's triggering my oedipus complex
any other shows have this theme?
>that one episode where lois gains weight
What is his style? His best film?
You mean Beaner Joss Whedon?
>first major work was a comedy horror film
>fantasy TV show named for main character
>spinoff show also named for main character
>finally big time, Marvel capeshit
Have you watched it yet this season, /tv/?
So how much of it is real?
How can just two people ruin comedy?
Which MDE videos are worth a damn?
This might be the worst movie I've ever seen. There's not one redeeming value.
Just finished watching this.
An accurate visualizing of the different aspects of love.
Non-simulated sex was a gimmick, but an interesting one none the less.
The film made feel uncomfortable as it should have.
I think the ejaculating penis towards the camera perpetuated this.
Possibly my favorite film of the decade so far.
Your thoughts on the porno/film?
should i pay the jews and watch this on amazon or wait for a rip?
not playing in theaters around here for sure. irreversible is a favorite, but enter the void was shit. this looks cool but if it's just stylized sex scenes like enter the void was just stylized drug trips then i think i'm okay.
So he's a hypocrite/schizophrenic right? That big antiwar/revenge speech about "forgive the Zygons" and talk, but as soon as Ashildr and the people behind her wind up getting Clara killed, which is Clara's own fault, he wants to fuck them all up
Gone but never forgotten >>63037638
>ITT: your favorite film from the year you were born
Writing AND directing
is there anything she can't do?
>she doesn't reach my autistic levels of acting ability but
I would fuck bobby hill's voice
holy shit I'd forgotten all about it
ITT: TV characters who share a first name with their actor
>Jessica Jones is one of the grimmest, darkest, boldest shows out there: a TV show that’s essentially 13 hours of PTSD related to the aftermath of sexual assault.
>It’s a huge feminist achievement. This is a show in which rape is a core theme, but one that avoids feeling male-gazey. It’s a show with a female showrunner, Melissa Rosenberg, who’s done her homework about depicting sexual assault and the associated PTSD responsibly and who knows all the tropes and avoids most of them. But perhaps most interestingly,...
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