What are the best movies that deal with crippling depression?
>honest cop, literally did nothing wrong
>Dexter still murders him
There's something off about you Morgan. I should have seen it before. The fake smile, the donuts. You don't even walk like a normal person, you glide. Like a fucking lizard on ice. It's all a fucking act...and I ain't buying it. You are one creep motherfucker!
So, the JUSTice league have accepted a new member into their ranks...who will be next?
Will there ever be a capeshit movie better than this?
Most cape flicks are better, yes. This is enormously overrated. One good performance does not a great film make. Dour, joyless, self-important, sloppy, horrible action.
BvS, Watchmen, MoS > TDK
GotG, Ant-Man, Doctor Strange, Avengers 1 and 2, Iron Man 1 and 2, etc etc > TDK
Billy Idol in The Doors:
Am I a pleb for enjoying his films? I don't like using the word comfy, but that's a great word to describe them.
Is this the most iconic on screen couple since Jack and Rose?
>Clark, man, what's wrong?
>CLARK, MAN, WHAT'S WRONG?!
>Tfw they made my main man Pete fuck off just for the fuck of it and Clark didn't have a single male friend for the rest of the series.
>Tfw he finally came back he was a bad guy just for the fuck of it.
The character wasn't going anywhere at that point, but yeah I liked him. That was much better handled than the overcrowded cast that Arrow is currently running to the ground right now
I need something 2 watch, and not just anything but some of those good series where you constantly thinking >damn i can't wait 2 watch the next episode - I watched Dexter 2 times, Gotham, The Walking Dead, The Sopranos and many many more
But this time... It has to be something over the average, and i don't care if it is a mini-series like Roots, or a Saga Like Star Wars or Harry Potter
Give me your best movie'geeks
Friday Night Lights.
Season 1 is one of the most amazing things I've seen. The pilot episode is 10/10
also "Southland", a great drama show about average cop & detective's life. Real gritty and hard. Both FNL and Southland are two of my favorite shows of all time.
Post hidden Kino movies that aren't as popular as they deserve to be
>expect a decent DTV sequel
>get pure kino
Alright, I liked the movie for the most part, but this one part has been bothering me since I saw it:
When whitaker goes to amy adams and she tells him to ask her rival what the sanskrit word for war was or whatever, how the hell did that convince him to go with her instead of the rival? Like how was the answer (which I couldn't even hear because the sound mixing was awful) so bad that he went straight to her without hearing her answer?
she sent him on a mission to relay what his answer was, not to decide on the spot. He didn't know shit.
Her point was she knew the basis of the language much better than he does. Sanskrit is one of the oldest and most complex comprehensive languages.
you're right though the sound mix was awful.
Will patrician /tv/ ever come back?
People like the guy on the left don't really exist. They're posers who learn the names of a few philosophers, directors, composers, etc and parrot opinions like that guy in Good Will Hunting. No one's a connoisseur of everything except Hannibal Lecter.
That's pretty much the consensus here.
It is indeed beautiful, the pacing though and compulsion to see it through for the viewer is incredible.
The only annoyance I have is the intermission that made it onto the home version.
Only plebs will try to dismiss this. It's absolutely perfect in every way, Kubrick's undisputed masterpiece. It has the visual beauty and thecnical achievements of 2001, but it's far more humane than any other film he's ever made since Paths Of Glory. 11/10 film, a real work of art in every way.
>Films only you like
I've only watched two Kubrick movies.
>Eyes Wide Shut
I really liked it
>2001: Space Odyssei
Turned off halfway through because it was boring
Based on this, what other Kubrick movie will I enjoy?
If you're posting on /tv/, then STOP at once. You should not be posting on this board unless you've seen atleast seven Kubrick kinos.
Paths of Glory
Eyes Wide Shut
If you're browsing /tv/ without seeing these, please stop posting.
>Marvel is L I T E R A L L Y using 5-year-old cyriak animations in its flicks now
L M A O
just a reminder in the hopes that one of the powers-that-be of supernatural visits /tv/ ...
Is there a more pretentious director than David Fincher?
I've been watching a lot of interviews and behind the scenes footage from directors and for the most part they talk about themes, their thoughts and ideas. They talk about story and character, and they do so quite passionately.
But a guy like Fincher seems to be more interested in superfluous matters, often contradicting himself, and he goes on about it in such a way that it really looks like he gets hard from pontificating about such trivial nonsense. He hasn't got a single bit of insight to offer...
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Can someone please enlighten me as to why they are creating a sequel for a perfect film which needs no continuation?
I seriously hope this film will not be shit.
It depends on the screenplay, but Roger Deakins has said that he doesnt to tend to work on films where the screenplay is bad. I trust Villeneuve, one of the most ambitious directors working today.
No, I have no idea, maybe Villeneuve is a fan of the film (?) and thought that it deserved a sequel.
What does /tv/ think of John Carter?
Personally, I both love and hate the movie.
I love it, because of just how close it came to feeling like a George Lucas production, from the designs to the set pieces to the cinematography to the autistic world building and attention to detail. It wasn't as good as the OT, but it was everything that the PT could have been.
I hate it because it made me legitimately think, for 3 1/2 years, that Disney was going to bring that same kinographic perfection to the Star Wars acquisition.
>but it was everything that the PT could have been.
The PT is great.
>Don't really remember anything else, which means, of course, that it wasn't memorable.
Have you read the books? Cus that's how the books are DESU. Dejah Thoris, lotsa fighting, John's back at earth.
t. I havn't even seen this film./
Is she, dare I say, /our gal/?
>give a known sex addict his own show """"pretending""""" to fuck multiple women
fucking lucky jews
How the hell did these two meet anyways in the first place? Interesting that these two found and fell in love with each other.
Just finished watching the movie and I fell in love with it even more (8/10), despite being lukewarm to it from my previous viewing roughly 11 years ago (my rating at that time was 5/10).
How did /tv/ find the movie?
/tv/ what are your thoughts on Ex Machina?
TAKE IT AWAY, ERNIE!
Prove me wrong.
name a better Thanksgivingkino
I need suggestion as well . I'd like to chill with a good movie after dinner tomorrow night.
WHAT ARE YOU HERE?