>Movie set in Europe
>character wears short sleeves
> American tourist in a European movie
> he's fat and arrogant
Best part of In Bruges
> all those clenched American anuses when that movie was released in the US
So what if Boba Fett had survived the whole ordeal at the Saarlac pit, but everything else remained the same, like Jabba dying etc. Did they kill him off because without Jabba, the only place for his character to go would either be to join the rebels or just kind of disappear.
When you think about it, Boba didn't necessarily hate Han or the rebels, he was just being paid to do a job. Would Jedi have been better if Boba had helped Lando take down the death star, or helped Han and Leia on Endor?(Obviously the rebels would have to pay him). I mean I know it sounds...
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Let's have a fun threaf and guess rare movies. Pics can be edited so they can't be reverse image searched, but the change shouldn't affect any important parts of it.
Can we discuss this theory?
I heard that most posters on this board (millenials) prefer The Illusionist over The Prestige
Is this true? No wonder /r/movies has smarter people and better discussion
Why did Luke reject him?
>WE CAN'T OUTRUN THEM
>WE MIGHT. IN THAT QUAD JUMPER.
>WE NEED A PILOT
>*waves arm* WE'VE GOT ONE
I don't want to be a downer but this scene is really awkward. Not too hopeful for The Force Awakens.
I'm not a racist, that's what's so insane about this.
people forget he was strong armed by Seinfeld to do this apology because it happened around the release of season 7 on DVD.
he didn't need to do this OR he should have played this up for laughs.
That will cost you a whole sixer...who else is excited for season 11? What are you hoping they do/don't do?
Ah man, I guess so.
Season 3-5 were fucking spectacular, 6,7 and 8 were hit and miss but season 9 and 10 I have thoroughly enjoyed. I just hope they bring something zesty and new to season 11!
RASSILON RISES EDITION
is he trying even harder now?
Spiritual sequel of Master and Commander will soon arrive in theaters. I'm hyped as fucked. Modern naval cinema is so rare. It will be just the second movie if we don't count POTC.
Michiel de Ruyter was also quite good even if it had some typical characteristics of a big budget epic movie made in a country new to this kind of things trying to imitate Hollywood. But still worth checking out. I was surprised how many battle scenes we got.
Is this the greatest superhero villain performance in years?
The first episode of the Expanse is up on SyFy's website and the Facebook right now.
Characters feels good. Effects are decent. All aboard the "this is the next BSG" hype-train.
Samefagging myself to say that the best part for me was Alex's drawl. I had a hard time getting a voice for him in my head reading the books and this nailed it right away.
I'd love to hear some showfag opinions from people who haven't read the books at all, to see how easy it is to pick up.
How do you go from this...