>character says the word nigger
"people" are outraged that Matt Damon is the lead in The Great Wall.
Really makes you think huh?
What happened to Luc Besson? How did he go from Fifth Element and Leon to blatantly ripping off Carpenter?
Did you think he'll get sued for Lucy ripping off Akira also?
I like the way that some suits tried to start shit over Metal Gear Solid and Solid Snake being plagiarised from Escape From New York and if I remember correctly Carpenter stopped them cuz he didn't have a problem with it.
Why is this movie compared favourably by anyone to other great films from the same year, let alone decade?
who ever is shilling this garbage show must watch Saturday Morning cartoons and think they're examples of fine cinema
Why don't they make vampire movies like this anymore?
I love this movie, why is it hated? plz tell me
What can we expect for her career next?
Will she get an oscar soon?
Really makes you think?
Is this any good? Few episodes in and it feels like ham-fisted social justice crap.
Why is this film so forgotten? Is it because directors had already dealt with Big Pharma and pandemics? It's an awfully good thriller.
They made Barbara into a dirty slut, and we are supposed to care about her now?
If Joker wanted the nudes, should have just opened her instagram
Post the best film you have watched this month
Whats some essential /rogancore/?
>dude isolation tanks
>dude alpha brain
>dude jiu jitsu
Why is he so
>All fathers care for their sons
When did you realize he lied?
>When did you realize he lied?
Master Splinter didn't lie, the turtles weren't his kids, but he adopted the mantle of father anyway.
All fathers do care for their sons if they choose to wear the title.
Something is missing here
Couldn't stand the meme cinematography
Was he shot or not?
How accurate do you think Snyder's Superman movies are as far as how he depicts the world reacting to his existence? It took a while for me to appreciate his take on things but I've really come to appreciate the hyper-realistic approach to "meta-humans" existing, in particular Superman. I kinda wish they never brought other super heroes into the mix, because it's much more interesting to have it just be Superman.
Not really well done.
The whole point of superman is "woah thats a guy doing something thats not possible!"
The whole point is its a weird guy in the real world with real people reacting to his nonsense.
Zack Snyder's version is just "well what if hes like a god and we all hate him even though he inspires the good in us"
Which is just really bare basics dull and glum.
>character is trying to log into a locked computer
>they guess that the password is "password"
>character boots up computer
>bleep bloop, beep
>text comes on screen
>bleep bleep bleep bleep
>moves a file
Can you imagine how fucking insane that would make you if every little action on your computer made a beeping noise?
>it's an unnecessarily dark and creepy episode of an otherwise lighthearted show where everyone acts really out of character
ITT: We post the most annoying characters in their respective shows.
>he will die in your lifetime
Morgan Freeman, Anthony Hopkins, Clint Eastwood, James Earl Jones, Helen Mirren...
the feels will become reals
Everyone will die in their lifetime
>the comfiest thought ever
Factual Opinion: The three best Star Trek movies are, in no particular order: Wrath of Khan, Voyage Home, and First Contact. If you disagree, then you are wrong.
Observations: These three films best (and correctly) establish the old fan convention that "the even-numbered movies are the good ones." Moreover, they all contain significant thematic reference to Moby Dick, which is arguably the Great American Novel. This great thematic bind of exploration and the human condition, arguably in common only among these three best of the Trek films, elevates their art...
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"Each of you... is going to have to live with this. And I'm sorry for that. For you are all good... good people. My colleagues. My friends. I forgive you. "
Millennials won't recognize who that is.
>He watches trailers
When will you plebs understand ?
Was Doomsday under Lex Luthor's control by blood like he claimed or was it just a rampaging animal?
literally the first thing it tried to do was beat him to death
it's even foreshadowed
Lex: No man in the sky intervened, when I was a boy, to deliver me from Daddy’s fists and abominations
Well /tv/, should he?