Kenneth Branagh did nothing wrong.
He did nothing right either...
>tfw your career peaks in your first movie and it's all been downhill since then
La la la la... La la la la...
I'm going to kill myself tomorrow.
This is my favorite movie in the last 10 years. Lots of interesting topics are dealt with in here - sex/love vs. technology, virtual reality, mind/body problem, nature of consciousness, etc. But I think this is ultimately a movie about spiritual Enlightenment (Alan Watts and how the ending confirms it). Thoughts?
>tfw fell for the "primer is a good movie" meme
HAHAHA NICE ONE /TV/
WASTING MY ALREADY EXTREMELY LIMITED FREE TIME IS SO FUCKING FUNNY GUYS
> mfw people actually try to "solve" the film
The whole point of scenes like Granger coming back and there being like 5 versions of Aaron were to show that they completely lost control and they couldn't trust each other anymore.
The movie was about the degradation of a friendship masquerading as a sci-fi film.
So, is it any good?
so did the jew get the filipino fella?
itt: films only you have seen
He'll never amount to a thing!
I saw a book at a university library devoted to examining good, ok, and bad screenplays and they did a chapter on why titanic is a bad screenplay, it made me laugh.
This was really, really hard to sit through
Why did they cast a gorilla?
they are trying to stay close to the IP.
Just finished watching BvS for the first time. Can someone please explain to me what Batman's character motivations and story arc were in the film?
I can understand why he would hate Superman because of the Battle of Metropolis destruction but for the life of me I don't get why he would want to go as far as to kill him considering that Superman had basically been saving people and being.. well.. a superhero for 18 months while Batman searched for the Kryptonite
Batman was experiencing a nihilistic disillusionment in his heroic ideals after the Black Zero event and from that moment had become increasingly embittered and hardened. Superman giving his life to stop Doomsday restored his faith and his ideals.
It was meant to be a metaphor for post 9/11 disillusionment in America.
Hey /tv/ which movie should I watch next?
bumping with a guy that looks like a cross breed between Ezio Auditore da Firenze and louis CK
Who is the biggest cuck in film criticism and why is it Chris Stuckmann?
>The incompetence of the American military
>Blind Japanese samurai and a Japanese otaku 2chan poster
>Stupid concepts like quislings and feral children
>Rich people now shovel poo and poor people now run society (cause all rich people are useless and never earned their way and all poor people aren't lazy and on welfare)
>Israel is best rael
>Is North Korea in a tunnel just hiding out or...
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It was a bit forgettable, given how many Tarzan movies there have been, but overall I enjoyed it. I liked the tone and storyline - felt closer to Burroughs' works, which was good. Skarsgard was a good Tarzan, visuals were solid (glad it wasn't all green screen like Jungle Book), I like Margot but they could have found someone better for Jane, action was good, Yates did a good job directing.
I hope it makes enough money internationally, wouldn't mind a sequel.
>I can do this all day
>He said the same thing in the first cap movie
Is there a more poetic and deep capeshit scene than this?
It WOULD have been great if they had actually killed him off instead of having a fight where NOTHING happened and then Cap and Tony basically have a "But we're still cool, right?" moment right before the credits.
CW sucked ass.
What's a good setting for a sitcom?
Every living situation or workplace has been taken already.
Post ITT the ultimate in comfy public/educational TV: documentaries or series on science, art, nature, history, you name it.
Starting with the obvious
I want to protect that smile.
Who has been an A-lister for the longest time?
My guess is Eastwood as he is been very famous since The Fistful of Dollars (1964)
Does anyone comes close?
Tom Cruise is the closest thing to a consistent A-list celebrity for decades. Over 30 years now, not pigeon holed into niche roles yet, and still one of the highest grossing actors. Others have been famous longer, but few have been A-list as long.
What would you like to see in Season 3, /tv/? I'd personally like to see a Bullseye story, and save the "Born Again" story for Season 4.
I think it was left unexplained because it'll have something to do with the main plot of Defenders. Ninjas are pretty tied I to Daredevil lore at this point, so sadly I think they'll be back for quite a while.
Agreed. Best character pic related.
>femme fatale personality
>dude why you buying blurays
>let me give free link of 720p stream enjoy ;')
Just finished watching TD first season (and it was fucking great)
Is the second one as bad as some people say, is it even worth?
The second one is nowhere near as bad as people say. It's good television, but nothing like season 1. Give it a watch, but only with the thought in mind that it is nothing like season 1.
>tfw rust and his dad never came into contact with an elder horror
Let's discuss the best prequel movie.
How come TFA didn't have a moment in it like this one?
>Ryan Gosling notoriously clashed with director Peter Jackson during production of THE LOVELY BONES, in which he'd play the grieving father of Saoirse Ronan's character, disagreeing with his character's haircut and wardrobe. Gosling was ultimately fired and replaced by Mark Wahlberg after arriving on set with a thick beard and 60 pounds overweight, a physical transformation that he felt was appropriate for the character, but that he had failed to discuss with Jackson.