>character in flick walks down the street
>"hello, would you like this anvil"
>"tell that to kanjiclub"
How about you never fucking reply to me again unless you're contributing to the thread.
>it's a Rooney gets LEGO for christmas and acts smug towards Kate, who got "a dumb sportscar" episode
>it's a kate leaves the room to use the bathroom and rooney overreacts episode
How stoked are you for the current year?
Alright /tv/ I just finished Winter Sleep, and while I did think the dialog was exceptional and the plot was unique, I didnt immediately get that "loved it" feeling that comes with movies that are 8/10+
I think I have to watch it again to better assess my opinion but holy shit is it ever long. Granted it feels like 2 hours and not 3 1/2 but still.
Also the cinematography was probably best of 2014.
What patrician movies have YOU watched lately?
I want a Turkish wife ;_;
Who would make a good Thrawn in Episode VIII?
>from my point of view the jedi are evil
what did he mean by this?
Some people say that there is a lack of truly villainous female characters in television and film.
That's not true, because femme fatales, bad-ass henchwomen, criminally insane harpies, and bitchy authoritarians are a dime a dozen.
I don't think, however, there are many female villains who actually project terrifying power and menace. Are there any good examples?
Pic sort of related.
"If we are to achieve peace through strength, we must concede that nothing is stronger than a nation that cannot be killed. An undead nation, free of the leeching biomass that is its population, is a nation undefeatable."
What's the most contrarian movie-related opinion you have, /tv/?
I think that the Star Wars prequels are better than the OT
>Emperor Palpatine Surgical Reconstruction Center
Instances where the movie is better than the book
pic very much related
>Just saw TFA
>Realize that anybody saying that this is worse that the prequels is legit 100% shitposting
A great rehash of Huxley dystopian ideas. George clearly knew what he was doing here and made a great film.
Coming off of this I'm not sure why he ever bothered with stupid action shit like Star Wars and Indiana Jones. I'm guessing he was shocked that he hit it big with SW and just decided to ride it out. Him being an artist and all I'm surprised he sold out.
It's just a measly student film trying too hard to be serious. Star Wars is where it's at. It's the national American epic. It is to America as Wagner's Der Ring des Nibelungen was to Germany and Hesiod and Homer to the Greeks. It is the landscape of post-industrial America captured on celluloid.
So how does /tv/ feel about this?
How come the robots speak their own language what is the point of this? Every movie the robots go beep boop bop beep bop boop and the humans respond in English. Why?