Why do I never see any film critic threads on here?
I bet most of you plebs never take the time to read any of these people's work before blabbing your gut reactions to all your friends or worse, shitposting here with your idon'tknowanything/10 scores.
Who are your favorite film critics and why, /tv/?
Who do you read most often? Who do you disagree with?
Not that he's my favorite, but I read Devin Faraci the most and it's fun to disagree with him sometimes. I think he may be the next Roger Ebert, a populist with a real understanding...
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>Why do I never see any film critic threads on here?
What are you talking about? We have plenty of threads about pleb faggot YouTube critics!
Faraci is a stupid SJW faggot creep btw. Fuck him.
>implying its work
critics are failed artists that bring nothing to the creative world. go fuck yourself OP.
ITT: Sexy directors
literally offered his son the universe.
plotted to overthrow the emperor and make luke true leader.
instead, luke jumps off the ledge.
I just want 1 more film
Spielberg's legitimately greatest film.
I agree. Though I thought the sex scene intertwined with the airport slaughter could have been done... differently. I get what he was going for but it just seemed over the top. Final shot of the Towers was perfect. An often overlooked masterpiece.
What the fuck did this guy do to get an action figure after him? He just stood behind Sheev every time they were in the Senate and that's it.
If I like Scorsese what else should I like?
Miss me yet?
Whats your opinion on The Simpsons Movie /tv/?
Do you at least consider it amusing/enjoyable?
Was Mark Watney gay? He told Jessica Chastain to find his parents if he didn't make it back- no wife, no kids. He's also the only character from the crew not with a spouse at the end. Was he actually a poof?
Congratulations, Jackson has appointed you the job of picking how he should milk out another movie. What do you choose?
Adapt The Silmarillion?
Write an original story?
Flesh and Bone new God Tier Show?
Is it up to the creator of the source material to decide whether a creature is a dragon or a wyvern or should there be a universal canon? Thanks to Hackson and Skyrim this is what people think of as a dragon.
>Be reading a book
>They mention a dragon
>'Okay so am I supposed to visualise two or four limbs?'
>search for /stg/
>mfw I can corner the market on Star Trek threads on /tv/
My lobes are absolutely buzzing, I can already hear the latinum rolling in.
You mad, hoomons?