What did you think of it?
Why did this movie make Hitler seem like a cool guy who was right about everything he said? After watching this I would gladly elect Hitler.
Why is this boring rip-off of Citizen Kane so acclaimed?
Kane did this same story structure in half the time and in a 10 times more entertaining and artistic way.
First scene shows the characters death and sets up a mystery as to who this guy was.
Second scene recaps his story and death for the audience where everyone gives their contradictory opinion of him. Again setting up "who was this guy?"
Then we get the guys story, and the mystery as to who he is is never resolved because you can't some up a mans life easily.
The movie ends on a shot visualizing the mystery the film asked.
The Gandhi movie with Ben Kingsley did this same thing.
Biopics are so formulaic.
ITT: Characters that are literally you
Why was J.J. Abrams' Star Trek better than J.J. Abrams' Star Wars?
Jew Wars actually had a decent script and wasn't complete overloaded with lens flares. It's also way more emotionally resonant without doing easy manipulative shit like killing the mother of one of the two main characters.
Tell me your movie ideas /tv/.
Go ahead, tell me again women cant be funny.
I dare you.
I double dare you.
>obnoxiously urges people to clap, more than 10 TIMES in the first 2 MINUTES
>keeps doing it throughout her """set"""
What was his fucking problem?
we can all agree that this was the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice - Ultimate Edition of its time, right?
I just watched the film Green Room.
What did /tv/ think? The first half was better than the second and got a bit repetitive near the end.
Doesn't this picture prove she can also play an X-Man like Sophie Turner?
/tv/, can you recommend a show for my parents and I to watch? So far, we've watched The Sopranos, Mad Men, The Leftovers, True Detective, The Americans, Fargo, The Shield, and Mr. Robot. No pleb shit please (BB, GoT). We tried watching the first two seasons of The Wire but it didn't catch our interest.
What does /tv/ think about Louis Theroux?
What's your favourite documentary of him?
Reminder if you not only liked this but thought it was good, you are no better than TFA fans and are in fact holding film back, ironically.
recommend me some essential Jason Statham core
ill go with the underrated one since im sure you guys will take care of most of the rest
>Entire village massacred because of him
>Man who helped him gets his head chopped off because of him
>Time to quip
Don't be silly, anon. He's a male. The only Mary Sue is Rey.
Was it father time?
ITT: Non-spooky movies that scared the shit out of you
I am beyond terrified by the magnitude and size of space
Hey Ghostbuster fans,
Fuck you, you misogynistic pieces of shit. I stole one of your favorite fucking films, and remade it with an all female cast.
I wasn't bold enough to come up with my own ideas, so I relied heavily on re-fucking everything you've loved about the original, and have enjoyed insulted you for even insinuating that what I have done was to sabotage what you've enjoyed about the original.
I worked for Sony, and they've paid me well to keep lying, and insulting all of you.
Sincerely fuck all of you,
Is anybody excited to see Suicide Squad?
I kinda am. The thing is, I already know I'm not going to like Deadshot. When I think of Deadshot, I think of him being like on Assault on Arkham. A complete professional, serious as hell, yet awesome. I can tell Will Smith butchered the part with what I've seen in the trailers.
Only kids too young to know the warning signs. This movie is going to suck ass.
You're going to pay to see it, and it's going to suck, and you're going to run back here to post "why didn't you warn me, /tv/?"
I'm warning you. Right fucking now.
/tv/ utterly, irrevocably BTFO
>feminists and numales like the new ghostcucksters
>HEHE /tv/ BTFO
I saw an early screening too, and just as I expected, it was fucking shit, Chris was literally the only good thing about the film
What does /tv/ think of The Social Network?
I'm surprised by Eisenberg, Timberlake and Garfield's performance. They were goddamn solid in this movie.
I only watched it once, high on cocaine at my friend's apartment in brooklyn while he was in the other room cheating on his dutch girlfriend.
It was good but not that memorable, sorta portrayed zuck as contemptable, evil unlike his irl likeable, niceguy self.. 9/10
Now that the dust has settled, did he do anything wrong?
Guilty of being a miserable cunt.
ITT: genuinely good capeshit
Thoughts on this film?
It's honestly not that bad I guess. I can understand why someone might hate it. I can also see why somebody might love it.
I mean fuck, it's a wierd movie, teen pregnancy is a life ruining thing, and this movie is a bizarre hipster comedy or something.
Is there a more perfect couple?
hey /tv/, are you food, or are you sex?
Did it deserve the Oscar?
As if I needed another reason to hate this faggot and his shitty commercials.
No Burger King or McDonalds kids meal toy tie in ? No free collectors Soda Ghostbusters cups with Pizza meal?
Go fuck yourself Papa John and Sony Shills