In Star Wars Episode III, I just noticed that George Lucas picks parts from different takes of actors and morphs them within the same shot. Focus your eyes on Anakin, his face and hair starts to transform.
So apparently Rey understood the concept of dark side in mere seconds. The double turn is not happening.
>The screenplay makes this moment far more explicit, saying "she could kill him - right now, with ONE VICIOUS STRIKE! But she stops. Realizing she stands on a greater edge than even the cliff - the edge of the dark side. The earth SHAKES. The earth splits. A gully forms."
>Realizing she stands on a greater edge than even the cliff - the edge of the dark side. The earth SHAKES. The earth splits. A gully forms
wow. I actually liked this film but this is 1990s Lucas-tier.
What was the point of this guy again?
>acts like he's tough
>Ren scares him
>Has le epic Hitler scene
>Basically General Veers if he didn't get choked but they tried to pass him as Tarkin
General Cux was the worst thing in the film.
I just finished True Detective Season 1, and saw an episode of Season 2: The Truly Gay Detective.
I am sad that the real "True Detective" is truly over. Especially after they hyped me up with that awesome intro sequence.
Really. I'm not a bigot, (as a _mostly_ straight man, I would be down with fucking Younger Russel with the shorter hair from the flashbacks) but I watch a lot of TV and I can tell when a show is catered to the female/gay audience. And it's not just the obvious cues like the father's remarks on buttfucking Aspen's dad or...
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TD season 2 was instantly good because it featured Tim Riggins.
How can something be so bad, yet so good?
How do I get into film like Tarantino?
How come Harrison didn't bond with Daisy as much as Boyega?
Where is high-level art house?
>DUDE SERGIO GEORGINI LMAO
Why is this show such garbage compared to the American one? It's literally nothing but "Dude we're from London, so quirky and random lol xD" And Pam to Dawn is what Pamela Anderson is to Rachel Dratch
Why did he kiss his daughter's dildo?
>Making a movie about the theft of the Death Star plans
>Not about the adventure of Kyle Katarn
Blunder of the year.
How bad ia it going to be?
ITT: Goat tier child actors/acting performances
The character was a bit insuferable, but the acting was impressive for a kid
Dakota Fanning in I Am Sam
Elle Fanning in Phoebe In Wonderland
Johnny Sequoyah in Believe
Tatum O'Neal in Paper Moon
Jaroslava Schallerová in Valerie and Her Week of Wonders
Macaulay Culkin in My Girl
Haley Joel Osment in The Sixth Sense
Morgana Davies in The Hunter
I have seen a test screening of Civil War. Ask me anything.
Captain America does die
One of these threads.