Do you think that the advent of extreme HD has actually lead to declining quality in films?
While watching a VHS, I often won't notice when something looks fake or ridiculous due to the low quality of the video. It makes watching some films, especially ones with low budgets, much more believable.
Also, with the creation of CGI against an HD background, it becomes much more obvious when the CGI is fake.
What do you think?
HD does make some older digital effects look especially dated, like in Ghostbusters
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I just finished all I could take of Supernatural (not much). And now I need a new (and better) show to watch.
Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad, and Walking Dead have all been watched.
Just bingewatched this, was it good?
It's a satirical portrait of Williamsburg hipsters who have saturated themselves with a flippant culture of non-committal irony to the point whereby they are unable to make the meaningful human connections necessary to incubate a life with direction, meaning and purpose.
Ian Mckellan would read the chapter they were shooting and make Peter change his scripted lines to what Gandalf actually said in the book.
Most retarded thing ever, no wonder the movie is so fucking backwards.
Fuck that retard, that was so jarring. I couldn't figure out why some lines were word for word and other weren't guess this retard is why. Doesn't fit, at all. Except for the long monologues where it's Tolkiens skill coming through.
God dam, that's dumb, can't have your cake and eat it too.
I was the on-set masseuse, when I was kneading his wrinkly back he got a bit excited and offered me £500 for "extras". I gave him a blowjob and he was so happy he said "That was wonderful, my boy" and gave me £1K.
How come for a while everyone here pretended Eyes Wide Shut was the best Kubrick movie and now everyone says Barry Lyndon is? I haven't seen it but it seems like every couple years the consesus of Kubrick's "best" changes on /tv/.
How was George able to get away with this?
Excuse me, Deck Officer, but why did people forget about the Force in nineteen years when the Jedi openly practiced it in their big temple in the middle of the universe's biggest city for centuries and then led armies in front of millions of soldiers?
What's next for his career?
Anyone else just feel sorry for the guy?
What's the scariest movie for each of these categories:
so ghost demons because they're actually real.
psychopaths are possesed by demons
>unwind after work nursing fourth beer while watching ABC local news
>hear door handle rattle
>what the fuck is that
>see black shadow go from behind door to under my couch faster than anything I've ever seen
>dogs in backyard suddenly goes crazy, trying to get inside, paws slamming on glass
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One of these threads
Recommend me some zombie movies /tv/
Zombie 3. It's pretty awful, but it's the only zombie flick where I've seen a severed zombie head fly out of a freezer to bite a victim.
Just finished this and its fucking beautiful
A little slow at the beginning, but otherwise 9.5/10
What is the general consensus on it?
Not enough stauesque dancer feetsies
It was a good meme back in 2010. But nobody remembers/cares about it, Aronofksy, or Portman anymore.
Really it was only one of those things that was relevant at the time.
And the content that was"so shocking!!" can now be seen on tv shows that regularly top the tv ratings.
Been a long time since we had a /JWORLD/ thread.
So, despite this movie being not so great, the hype and the nostalgia of summer '15 is more than enough to make up for the film itself. Saw it again with my gf and son tonight, she didn't like he, the kid liked it, i think, and it was my third time seeing it.
again despite it's flaws it will think it will be a classic