>Same Priest from Man of Steel shows up in BvS
What are some other mini-Kino moments in the DCinema Universe?
movies only you have seen
What the fuck was his problem?
>blows up a tank with a .45
How did this manage to win a golden globe again?
The best thing about Sphere is the time-travel hook. The notion that something from the future crash landed on Earth centuries ago and holds secrets for us in the present. The actual sphere and what it did and the phsychological/ethical human message was all retarded drawn out shit that was poorly done. They could have had them imagine so much more interesting things.
Anyways, agree, disagree?
Star Trek did this same theme before is the worse part, but that's not what Michael Christon books were about.
Either way, the time travel was simple, Crichton has since done better books about it. The really interesting thing was the exploration of the underwater, the insight on math, and the just the general theory of how aliens are like gods but that probably wouldn't make them any more important to us.
again a common theme in Star Trek TOS
First let's laugh at this insufferable cunt for ever thinking he can take over Top Gear.
Next, propose ways to fix Top Gear. Clarkson, May and Hammond are too old to keep going anyway.
yes, i preferred those other guys in le expensive car show
Give me your most depressing, hopeless, I-want-to-die movies.
It's hopeless and depressing but not so much I-want-to-die.
How are you liking the new spidey outfit?
Just watched Wes Anderson's Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, buds. It was previously my personal second favouite of Wes' films but it might now be my first.
What went right?
>aaron sorkin writes a """"""""""conservative""""""""" protagonist who only attacks further-right strawmen
What do you think about Alison Lohman, /tv/? She was the lead in Drag Me To Hell, if you forgot, it seems like everyone's forgotten about that movie, and it was pretty good.
ITT: "Villains" that did nothing wrong
Obergruppenfuhrer from The Man In The High Castle
Now that the dust has settled, did they do it?
Probably. Avery is a creep with plenty of physical evidence against him and Dacey's level of cognizance fluctuates suspiciously. I don't think people are aware of how many criminals are put away on far less evidence than Avery. It's not like the entire case rests on one piece of evidence or testimony.
Can it ever be adapted?
If so, who would be the ideal director?
Who would be the best person to cast as the Kid? The Judge?
If you forced me at gunpoint to produce one though:
Kodi Smit-McPhee as The Kid
The killer from season 1 of True Detective as The Judge
Ben Foster as Toadvine
Matthew McConaughey as Glanton
Omar from the Wire as Black Jackson
Tommy Lee Jones as Tobin the priest.
7 episode miniseries on HBO, directed by Ridley Scott.
Even then I don't think it could capture the essence of the novel well enough. It's the same reason there's never been...
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Refugee from /pol/ that's tired of hearing about the shootings
Comfy movies thread?
nice satan trips. Also Mousehunt
why did he leave bros?
smoked too much weed and paul mooneys racism theories caused chappelles thc addled mind to have a paranoid breakdown. now everything he observes is filtered in a black/white dynamic and hes a completely unfunny, race obsessed, insecure and burnt out.
Tired of Hollywood and it's bullshit, realized he had the money and everything already, and didn't want to stress anymore.
He pretty much only shows his face when he wants to do stand-up gigs and stuff again, or do an interview here and there.
Any good? And what is Foxtel?
Foxtel is an Australian pay television company, operating a duopoly in cable television, a monopoly in direct broadcast satellite television, and IPTV catch-up services. It was formed in 1995 through a joint venture established between News Corporation (now News Corp; through News Limited, now News Corp Australia) (FOX) and Telstra (TEL).
Foxtel is our version of cable in American but it is ridiculously overpriced by Jewpert Murdoch because it has a monopoly on cable and the actual content is fucking garbage.
It's something like $150-200 a month if you want all the half decent channels.
Who was in the wrong here?
People who wear bowties in 2016 should be beaten to death and get cucked by black men.
>Snyder will never ever be this subtle
Is this Stathamkino?
Lads, What'd you grab?
Lets get patrician comfy
Man this movie was good, there was some scenes that were really hard to sit through also them feels. Does /tv/ like Christian movies? I love you guys btw, God bless.
Which film about baseball is the best?
Top-tier henchmen thread?
I need some comfy movies/shows RIGHT FUCKING NOW
Who should be cast in the film adaptation of Batgirl?
Your guilt has been determined. This is merely a sentencing hearing. Now, what will it be? Death or Exile?
ITT: Movies that aren't necessarily Golden Palm or Oscar worthy, but you enjoy the hell out of, anyway.
Mine is pic related
That was neither what I said nor what I meant. What I meant was basically like a guilty pleasure movie. I don't just watch Oscar-worthy movies, because this is one of my favorite movies.
> da nuclear hazard sign on the poster
It's weird it's a guilty pleasure honestly. It's not highbrow or anything, but it doesn't indulge in any massively over the top cheese either.
It's about is no frills if you can get in Hollywood without trying 'making it a thing' actually.
The story is matter-of-fact for the most part. The directions style conventional and unintrusive.