>movie has laugh track
When is there going to be a new matrix movie?
>library doesn't have movie
>piratebay doesn't have movie
Why the fuck does Keanu not react at all when Dracula is just casually crawling on the wall, levitating, or even when Keanu is floating himself?
As a huge Dafoe fan, is this worth a watch?
Who /hyped/ for season 3?
What is this meme where people say Man of Steel and Batman V Superman are bad movies? Everyone I ask has said they liked them.
Should I sign up for some improv classes to help improve my social skills or is that only something ugly losers do?
As someone who has been to multiple improv performances, most of these faggots just come up with a handful of jokes and find a way to shoehorn them into every show.
You're better off getting /fit/. More people will engage in conversations with you just because you're in shape. Also, when you're out of shape and don't talk, you're weird. When you're fit and don't talk, you're mysterious.
Way to fucking go you retards. It's like you took a page out of Sony's book on how to fuck yourselves over.
Why do you idiots still even bother with raids? This isn't 2006 faggots, take that shit to /b/.
You're all retarded and/or Sony falseflaggers
He doesn't deserve to be in the center of that trainwreck of a cunt's life. How do we save him?
Seriously, this dude needs a way out worse than anyone on the internet since you couldn't corner the Dorner
>this is actual dialogue from this shit show
Who writes this trash?
>He hasn't watched BvS in Black and White
What are some other barriers of entry to becoming a Kinoisseur?
Someone on /tv/ wanted essential list of Neo80s movies, so I'm working on it right now, anyone has more examples? Anthing?
I know that a lot of you are already sick of 80s revival films like that shitshow Kung Fury but I'm just trying to find out just how many of these movies have been made so far. I mean we're getting near "exploitation genre" level
these are all fucking shit
they are all "LE RANDUMB SHIT AND REFERENCES, AREN'T THE 80'S GREEAAAIT......"
None of these are clever as Back to the future, Gremlins or Ghostbusters
it's neo80s, not actual 80s. Do you know how to read?
Obviously these movies are not on the level of films like Back to the future.
Hey guys, I made a short 1hour movie and need some opinions on it, it's a bit of a tour de force but i think it works and is well worth it
Women refuse to leave Uber car.
Well it was shit
Yeah, that's the theatrical cut. Try the Ultimate Edition.
what are some good kinokinos?
>Implying this isn't certified Ape kino
>Not allowing tarzan to go over his ape bro
this is why WCW went out of business
Why do they keep making these?
Literally Standed Redditor: The movie.
>In 1991, Arnold Schwarzenegger was paid $15 million to star in Terminator 2: Judgment Day, a movie where he only speaks 700 worlds in 137 minutes. That’s roughly $21,429 per word. Earlier this year, everyone slowly realized that Henry Cavill’s Superman had very little to say in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, even though his character’s name was in the title. He only has 43 lines of dialogue in the whole movie.
>So the news that Matt Damon apparently only speaks about 25 lines of dialogue in the upcoming...
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>Don't feed them after midnight.
It's always after midnight. Midnight isn't the latest hour in the day. It's in the earliest.
And how is their biology in-tune with whatever time zone they're in? If I take them on a flight to the pacific time zone, will they think it's 9 PM when it's actually midnight? Not that it really matters, since 9 PM, like all hours of the day, is after midnight.
Should I watch this? Is it cool?
At what point did you begin to
realize that this was garbage?
When I heard other people saying it was good. I watched it when it came out and really enjoyed it so it was unfortunate that I had to change my opinion when others agreed with me.
I've only watched the first episode and I wouldn't go so far as to call it garbage but it's definitely got no soul or uniqueness behind the regurgitation of 80s Spielberg/Carpenter tropes. The production is well done and the soundtrack is pretty great but it's yet another in a long line of way overblown shows that have come out recently. Winona Ryder was great though. Maybe it'll change, I'll keep watching at some point.
>character is a genius
>didn't get into college because of adhd
What did you guys think about it?
I really liked the atmosphere, camera work and the movies themes. My favorite parts of the movie were any scene with Death. Especially that one where he's in the Church having a talk with the knight (I can't remember the name, and I'm too lazy to google it). What was the movie about? As I understood it, it was about existentialism, about God, afterlife etc. I think I grasped a good amount of it, but not fully. I do plan to rewatch it in the future, seems like a movie that awards rewatching, because of it themes.
It's about the inevitability of death, regardless of whether or not there is an afterlife. It is a really good movie, I wish more normies would know what it is because presently I feel bad about thinking of it as entry level pleb material (even though it is an actual masterpiece and rightly heralded arthouse classic, even though arthouse is a meme genre). But at the same time I am glad it is relatively little known to true plebs.
ITT: Actors who probably post on /tv/
What is the best Price is Right game and why is it Plinko?
Cliffhanger because you get to hear a catchy little tune.
Where did it all go so horribly wrong?
red pill me on Jack Nicholson's career as of late
He hasn't been in movie in six years according to this:
and the last time he was in a good movie - the departed - was 10 years ago
What the fuck? What's he doing?
He's retired and basically waiting for death lamenting he'll die alone
to me someone who stops working when they are satisfied with their legacy and are financially stable is a sane person
fuck those people that work until the day they die, just constantly dancing and trying to prove something
also acceptable is the kevin spacey approach where you hit financial stability, putz around for a few years, then come back and do something you're interested in like house of cards
I really like Lynch but I dunno about this movie.
I kinda lost interest when the second narrative started.
Mystery Man was amazing though.
I felt pretty cheated out with the lack of a coherent conclusion since most of the movie was playing it (relatively) straight. The blurred line between dream and reality worked with Inland Empire since that was kind of all over the place (in a good way) but I didn't really care for it here.