Wow. I am utterly speechless. I am sitting behind my keyboard right now holding back bawling my eyes out at the beauty mankind can possibly achieve and that I, mere stardust, was graced to be able to experience it. Holy fuck. There was not a single moment in this kino that did not leave me filled with regret, longing, wonder, and euphoria all at once. I feel as though I've ingested LSD for the first time all over again, seeing the world through a new lenses and able to appreciate existence from the bottom up like I am only 3 years old, staring up into the heavens.
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Let's play a game, lads.
Look at pic related and tell me what she means by this.
So happy Gary is looking up the full, promising skirts of women in 2016. New, cool, strong, okay hat C's identify me as a red dress, Stella McCartney is cool and dared to dress underage which is not politically correct and is not me, so I pray you win.
So, I read Konami is still going through with this.
How are they gonna make with work without Kojima? It'll be really weird to see an MGS film without his brand of cinematography.
Is Bale still interested in playing Snake?
Also read the director from Equilibrium was interested in the project.
Will it suck dick?
An MGS movie has potential to be incredible.
>Episode has a song that fits perfectly to the scene, sets the atmosphere just right, and raises the episode from being good to great.
>Song is removed on the DVD/Bluray because of licensing issues.
Why do americans do this? If you can't pony up the dough to license the song completely, don't buy it at all.
off the top of my head, nearly every licensed song that ever played on 'Friday Night Lights', most licensed songs that were on 'That 70s show', The opening song for 'Married with Children' (Replaced with generic soundalike instrumental)
So, how does it work?
I hope you guys realize this guy is very hot.
How does Olivia Munn still get casted in big budget movies?
Did RED TEXT ON WHITE BACKGROUND fall out of use because people recognized it for what it was?
An eye-catching contrast plastered on posters for movies nobody would want to see.
It became the mark-of-the-beast. If the poster had it, you didn't even need to know what the movie was about, who directed it, who wrote it, or who starred in it. It was going to be bad and a waste of time/money.
I'm looking to bolster my blu-ray collection, and am looking for the most visually impressive films I can find. Also looking for classic film noir and over-the-top violence.
So, recommend whatever
>inb4 literally reddit: the collection
>inb4 that weird anvil shit
Star Wars > Empire Strikes Back > Attack of the Clones > Revenge of the Sith > Return of the Jedi > The Force Awakens = The Phantom Menace
Search your feelings, you know it to be true
So which would you rather have?
A deeply flawed film by George Lucas that feels like epic CINEMATIC Star Wars, or a Star Wars film with Marvel sensibilities that plays it safe and is a crowd pleaser?
This is the question you all should be asking yourselves.
I just seen Horrible Bosses and man, it was a laugh riot. Kevin Spacey played one of the best villains I seen in a comedy movie, seriously.