Believe it or not. Time will pass, and Avatar will be regarded as an achievement similar to what Citizen Kane was back in 1941. It will burst into top positions of critics ratings by 2020 or 2030, just give it some time. It changed the cinema, and after this film others started to make other movies about extraterrestrial life with a lot of CGI, but Avatar was the first achievement, and is objectively the greatest film by all means of the beginning of the century.
what's the point of this kino?
Whats the deal?
How did Kramer know so much about everything?
Why was she such a whore?
>seems to go with popular vote
>is a bit childish at times
>doesnt always make detailed review videos
>Is the leading voice of online film critique
>is a screenwriter so kinda knows what hes talking about
>has inspired people to the point they have not comitted suicide because of his videos
>is not gay like 99.9% of other film critics
>actors american accent breaks
>looks up actor
>actors american accent breaks
>already know actor is australian
>because there are only 3 Australian actors with decent work
>actor breaks accent
>director allows scene to continue
Was he /ourguy/?
Who is the better actor and who has the better career?
Emma was probably ahead in the first two films, dans natural awkwardness offset his acting and he was pretty fucking terrible. He was getting decent around GoF but I still remember the scene where he was crying over Cedric's body just sounded pathetic and forced.
Overall Emma has never shown any range, she just had the advantage in the early films of being able to clearly enunciate her lines to play the intelligent child. Once she got older though coildn't help but see her forced delivery and overly expressive eyebrows plus the lack pf any convincing emotion,...
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When will we get an epic kino directed by and starring Mel Gibson about Saddam where he fires scud missiles at jews?
Was she the best girl in Californication?
>It's a guest star in a sitcom gets a round of applause for arriving at the door episode.
Thanks to the anon who recommended me pic related
It's just such a cute, funny and comfy movie. sort of like K-On but without all the anime retardation, but with actual people
If you're interested in japanese movies, go see it
anyway, let's get a japanese movies thread going
>tfw too smart for Westworld
So my coworker called himself a film buff but when I reccomend him movies he says he wont watch them because "they are rated below 8"
This is the type of person that reccomends me westword.
>tfw my parents used to fast forward the "inappopriate sexual content"
>tfw sneak to the tv at night and rewind to those parts
Who else was a cheeky cunt as a wee lad?
which is the superior christ-kino?
Last Temptation of Christ
The Passion of the Christ
Did they really have to explain the "twist" this much to the audience? I loved it, but they could've ended a lot sooner.
Marketed completely wrong. It was a romance/drama marketed as a sci fi, but aliens were just the setting.
They had to end it where they did because Louise has to have a reason to hug the physicist and say cheesy romance lines like "I forgot how good it felt to be held by you". That's the note the movie ends on, remember. That's the director trying to communicate to you that the narrative arc of this movie had nothing to do with aliens, it was always about this family.
What about the droid attack on the Wookies?
Waddya want me to facken do? Eym just tha facken janitor ya facken weirdo looken alien
Ahm gettim 6 credits a facken hour to wash alien shit out tha facken bathroom an now ta want my facken opinion?
Ah.k foine, what are these facken wookies?
Giant facken dawgs? Who fly wooden space cars and dont wear facken armor or nuthin....joises carist
How bout ya take that facken glow sword an facken wave down traffic or something.
What is arnold?
What's objectively his best film?
It was shit.
Do you have any ideas for an episode?
A retelling of Isaac Asimov's "The Evitable Conflict", the last short story included in the I, Robot collection.
It's probably the most unsettling of the Asimov stories and you could easily bring in theory from Nick Bostrom's Superintelligence. Funny enough, Asimov seemed to predict our theories about AI sixty years in advance.
Will we ever get a movie that gives an honest objective non-biased view of this man?
38 days to go... just 30 days to go... 38 days...
any link to see the tv series Cold or pics or webms of the series?
to see the series because here in europe we cant see it
Just got done with season one of pic related. Not sure if I am going to continue watching when the next season is out. What does /tv/ think of this show?
I could barely sit through the first episode. Dunno how anyone could watch this. I want to check out the book or poem or dogs dream it was based on just to see if it's as shit as the show.
>I'VE BEEN DOWN THIS ROAD, WALKIN' THE LINE...
Why was this show so successful, tv? From what little I've seen of it, it seemed like a silly little comedic drama.
One of the comfiest shows ever made. That cute little office, with cute desk and actual human beings as characters, that bar with smooth atmoshpere and nifty singing... Barry White chime-ins ftw.
But boy, oh boy, when Billy died it broke my heart, such perfect sequence of television. It also saved RDJ's career. Good old days, watching Ally McBeal for faps, The Sopranos for god-tier dramaturgy and then Sex & the City for another dose of faps.
Why do I suddenly feel so sad, bros?
Why hasn't he transitioned to serious acting?