>Get me Benicio Del Toro!
>He's unavailable, Sir.
>Then get me his union, non-Mexican, overpriced equivalent!
>We've completed the shoot, but Quentin just won't leave!
>Sir, I've got the person we need on the phone now.
>We need a 'character actor' that can add needles flavor to a small generic expository role
>Say no more, senpai
Come in, they might announce something new.
if I ever should get a GF I want her to look at me like this
>not posting the slowed down version for maximum homolust
In 5 years, which one will be considered THE sci-fi saga?
>THIS IS MY FIGHT SONG!
>TAKE MY BACK LIFE SONG!
What commercials can't you stand, /tv/?
Literally the worst song i have ever heard
Its like the producers put no fucking effort at all. Its just the most generic piece of shit that has ever been produced by anyone ever. You would find more originality in a jr high writing classroom than you would in that fucking song.
Last one hit image limit and is saging
Actually picked up a okay better then DVD (but not by much) rip of Bobbie Jo and the outlaw last night. Should make some webms soon.
>Bela Tarr’s The Turin Horse isn’t funny at all but it sure is laughable. What is laughable is festival-circuit panegyrics that praise The Turin Horse as “total” cinema (I guess because it isn’t recognizable as anything except “cinema” at its least revealing).
>Yet fest-circuit-whores pull out their quota of references–Beckett repeatedly. But why must Tarr be Beckett? I liked him for being Tarr–circling and panning and traveling with his camera in ways that critics forgot Raoul Walsh, Michael Curtiz, Andrei Tarkovsky and Max Ophuls had already done. Van Gogh’s The Potato Eaters open my adolescent eyes to the world; Tarr’s potatoes simply make me hungry for French fries.
>It’s providential that The Turin Horse opens in the U.S. after Spielberg’s War Horse. Pseuds will prefer the European opus because it’s baffling. The sophomoric insistence that mystery and negativity are deeper than clarity and feeling satisfies moviegoers who forgot the basic–essential–glories of cinema. They reject Spielberg’s mammal-witness to mankind’s inhumanity for nihilistic European pretense.
>What makes this pompous attitude unacceptable is that in sheer visual terms, Spielberg and Janusz Kaminski’s imagery is superior: evocative and stirring while Tarr (employing Sontag pet Fred Kelemen) uses drab b&w without the textual depth and frisculating light of his previous cinematographers Gabor Medvigy and Rob Tregenza
>Once again, Spielberg’s ecumenical view is held against him in favor of atheist nihilism. How sensible is this? No Fun which pseuds regard as High Art.
Has this man EVER been wrong?
Can we all agree that Guardians of the Galaxy was better than Star Wars?
Star wars had a lot of failed jokes in attempt to pretend it wasn't taking itself too seriously like GoG, but that was ruined because all the "THE FORCE IS REAL" dialogue.
Guardians of the Galaxy also had
-better written characters
-no race mixing
What are your thoughts on this show, /tv/?
ITT: Evil characters who did nothing wrong or weren't evil at all.
I can't remember who this guy is
I really can't
OH BUT I BET YOU RECOGNIZE HER, HUH REDDIT?
>Box Office: 'Star Wars: Force Awakens' Tops 'Avatar' to Become No. 1 Film of All Time in North America
Avatards on suicide watch!
>Star Wars will make $3b worldwide after this amazing opening weekend!
>ermm.. worldwide doesn't mean shit! North America is the only important thing.
What's your favourite piece of movie trivia that most people wouldn't know? Mine is that when Spielberg was writing Jurassic Park he came up with the name "Tyrannosaurus rex" based on a nickname for his daughter Jessica,