>Character is playing a video game
>Atari 2600 "bleep-bleep-bloop" sounds-effects are heard
>"Mom, I can't quit now, I'm almost at Level 100!"
>Person playing on a computer
>Hold on a minute, ive almost finished this mission
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Why is this movie so good?
>literally hiding from the entire empire
>just change your first name from obi-wan to ben
Can we have a screenplay thread?
I'll post a few scenes. I know they suck and my english is pretty bad but I'm having fun writing these.
Feel free to contribute.
>The Sun has fallen out of orbit and is going to crash into the Earth. Humanity has randomly chosen people to enter an underground nuclear shelter with enough food and provisions for the next 50 years until the Earth is habitable again, luckily you were picked.
>You are allowed to bring one movie with you.
Choose wisely /tv/...
28 years ago today the greatest case of television piracy was committed
Is she the worst cast memeber of SNL ever?
Not because she ugly or something. Her acting is awful, her part in scetches - just overreacting and screaming at things.
This movie hurt me.
I was not ready, I was not prepared.
It hit a nerve or how you Americans say it, whatever.
>Alien movie ends
>Chuckle, remember that funny ayy lmao meme
Find out how the hell a watermark of 'RockVideo' appeared on your visual cortex. That's pretty spooky
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This guy is about to slay you, he gives you a chance to say your last words, but they have to be a movie quote. Which quote do you choose?
There is no point in cinemas today. Originally they were the only way you could see a movie, but now the technology has gotten to the point where a very high quality experience can be achieved at home. We only have cinemas today because of inertia and because film companies have not figured out a profit model that works outside of cinemas.
But their days are numbered. Mark my words. Once streaming services get to the point where they can put out high budget films, people will gradually go to the cinema less and less.
People still like to see movies on a big screen and with large sound systems.
Home theaters are probably worse now than they were in the early 2000s despite the technology being so much better, more people have multi-use spaces and less actual dedicated theaters.
A great projector and sound system at home is the way to go, but a lot of people can't afford that.
That said, peoples perception of quality is so degraded now you are probably right and it'll push that way more and more. Netflix just did their first movie. Those types of services will...
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unless you're some old fart who lives by himself and has his own house, it is almost impossible to be able to achieve movie theater levels of sound. not to mention the screen. sure if you have a 'screening room' it would be possbile, but projectors are NOT up to snuff compared to cinema projectors. sorry, but your argument is dumb, unless you're a billionaire who can afford your own personal cinema, its not possible to achieve anything close to a real theater.
I'm going to shock you and tell you that most people don't' care that much. A decent sized 1080p display and bluray is "good enough" for most people. Fewer and fewer people are going to the cinema and then wait for the home release.
And displays are just gonna keep getting better. 4K they will start to rival cinema quality.
Yes she deserved to die and I hope she burns in hell
Hell bent >>62937906
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