What is the difference between a flick, a film, and a movie?
There are a lot of people who don't understand the differences between the terms, so I will be the one to elaborate. I will use the word "cinemagraph" to describe these to avoid confusion.
A cinèma is typically an older cinemagraph that is very skillfully done, and is loaded with artistic merit. Examples are 2001, Gone with the Wind, and more recently, Interstellar.
Film and movie are used interchangeably, but they are different. A film is a modern cinemagraph that is not as good as a cinèma, but is still worth a good watch. Snowpiercer, Whiplash, and Birdman are examples. A movie is a typical cinemagraph that is mediocre and easily forgettable, like most modern horror cinemagraph.
Lastly, there is the flick. Flicks are what are ruining the industry of cinemagraphs today. They have no artistic merit, have no.effort put into them, but make easy money. These are the endless sequels, remakes, and especially the comic book cinemagraph.
If you have more questions, I will answer them.
A-anon! p-please...I-I-I can't br-breathe!
Gurm and D+D on suicide watch
The books were always mediocre fantasy drives from Tolkien. So it wasn't exactly strong source material, but holy fuck MTV did such a bad job with this. It's not even camp bad or CW bad where it's actually okay because it's on CW.
Elfstones is also one of the stronger books too. They should have just done Word & Void if they wanted teenagers running around.
Explain this /tv/
Finally got around to uploading my short film after months of posting the trailer. Thoughts?
Post your own short films/trailers and general work or just come to chat about ideas.
Thanks anon, glad you liked it.
Im working on a horror comedy short next, will upload when I finally get it done.
How did Breaking Bad do everything so right?
Did you weep when he perished?
>"Oh, I don't care what universe you're from - that's gotta hurt!"
>implying there's more than one universe
Star Wars multiverse confirmed?
Who's ready for season 11!
I loved sunny but it jumped the fucking shark. fat Mac ish era. there are some fun ideas but most of the episodes are fucking filler.
remember Thundergun. now that was an event. they even mentioned it a little later.
I'm not saying there aren't some good ones. like charlie finds love.
the whole cast is flanderized to fucking shit, where minor characters just appear to spout one liners.
I just want it to end with dignity
Me, I drive.
Will this movie ever be topped?
I've barely watched any films in my life. What would you consider to be essential?
ITT: directors with no actual talent
he has some talent
he just can't tie the narrative and characterizations to his concepts and their themes. he also really should stop writing dialogue, holy shit. he's almost lucas-tier in that regard now..
at least he tries though and can get legitimately inspired (tdkr excluded), ill take that over abrams or david oh no russell any day of the week
I think I can handle myself!
Anyone catch the first four episodes of this?
I like the demons, and the fact that the elf gets NTR'd in ep 4 and apparently raped in ep 5.
I did. I thought it was alright. And filming it in New Zealand was a good idea because they could save money on sets. Because this screen is actually something you might see in parts of NZ if the people playing the parts weren't white.