Did you like the episode? What did you like and what did you hate about it? Does anyone else agree Hitler's portrayal was cringy as hell? Does anyone else think Christoph is really fucking cute?
>Also was this really the first time they ever did a story with Nazis?
No. They travel back in time into 1940s, they fought alongside with jewish hunters against nazi occult organisation, and IIRC they met nazi frankenstein family.
>Well we've clocked the T. Rex at 32 mph
>she runs away from it in high heels.
Why do people like this scene so much?
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I think I don't like Kubrick films /tv/.
I've now watched A Clockwork Orange, The Shining and Full Metal Jacket; and I didn't really like any of them. I get them, or at least I think I do, but all his movies feel so extremely cold and dissonant. They're extremely well made, but they feel well made in a way something produced in a factory feels well made. Maybe that's the point, but it doesn't resonate with me at all. Especially in the Shining, that shit just felt completely devoid to me.
Am I a pleb /tv/?
Now that we're in a Trump era, can we all agree Batman v Superman is a great movie in retrospective?
Could you elaborate what did you mean by this?
I only watched the trailer of the movie and I have a shallow understanding of comic superhero characters.
I know that superman is an alien and is vulnerable to some rock
I know that batman is a rich guy in a suit that fights crime without shooting them.
It changes everything.
This movie was dimmed too testosterone filled and not politically correct, now that with Trump MAGA happening people may finally start to appreciate it in a new light.
YA LIKE DAGS?
What's your opinions on Robert Rodriguez, /tv/?
From Dusk till Dawn, Once Upon a Time in Mexico, Sin City, Planet Terror, Machete, he makes some really enjoyable films, they're not high art but he's doing things that are good and that I like. The nods and the winks and what are actually tropes are done in such a way they feel reinvented and fresh rather than recycled and unoriginal. Planet Terror was a nice homage to old exploitation films, and because that's what they set out to do they could focus on making it one big stylistic reference, they didn't have to try and paint the bodywork of another run-of-the-mill...
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The original desperado, el mariachi was pretty good but then it was all down hill from there, although i would say planet terror was ten times better than death proof and cuckintino was trying way too hard to be super deep with that shit
Why is it so fucking good bros?
Are you guys ready for the true-life story of how a lone feminist from an island of devout lesbians single-handedly defeated the Central Powers during World War I?
You're forgetting the part where Chris Pine gets injured and tells her to go on without him, and she walks up to him and he's like "whoa whoa are you gonna kiss me" and then it cuts to her carrying him like a child
Pine literally looks more attractive and I'm straight
This woman is like a skeleton Kim k, its disgusting. I hate it now all the girl's in my town are looking like this with the shitty clothes, tan, shiny black hair and black eyebrows.
Maritza is not for sexual
can somebody please remove these cutleries from my knees?
25 minutes with the wee one
Normie here, ask me anything about movies
Just like the 5th Element a few years ago, you will fall for this failure of a french movie, like the fucking stupid ameriburger you are.
This movie was great but what was with all the anti Chinese propaganda?
The anti Chinese propaganda was mostly played out by the media if anything. At the end when Louise meets the General it humanises him despite what our initial thoughts were of him by giving him the whole dying wife background.
Things plebs say that piss you off
>"This movie/show is a masterpiece because there are no villains, everyone does what they think is correct"
>what do you mean, I then leave? I was fine with watching but now you're just hurting my feelings, why would you say something like this?
>Because the room is already full with just you in there.
>what did the cow mean?
>what did the man in the toilet mean?
>why did the drunk man know sayid's name?
other la haine discussion also welcome
Movies aren't puzzles which you have to put together in a certain kind of way to "get" them.
There is no universal "meaning" that everyone should get.
You can google the general answers to your questions but whatever you think it means is what it means for you.
its a jew propaganda didnt work out as plan show
How come there are no movies on the Taiping Rebellion? It's great
>one chinese peasant says he's the younger brother of Jesus
>starts the bloodiest war in history before WW2
>record scratch start
OK I'll stick with it
>jew smoking weed in the first scene
haha LMAO weed
>fat jonah has a bong on his desk soon after
LOL I bet he ate plenty of subway sandwiches after hitting that baby
>jonah does some coke
>protagonist has improbably cute gf who can't act
hmm, what else do I have in my backlog
>they go to iraq and helicopter appears
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What's your opinion on this canadian mockumentary?
The shining is a shit movie and this frog looking ass roastie did one of the worst roles of all time to the point that she was almost unbearable at times.
You guys can fuck right off.
Has anyone seen it yet? Im so hyped but I can't find it anywhere online.
just go see it on cheap night
i thought it was visually above average and having theater audio system is worth it
overall I really liked it
expect /tv/ to be contrarian as usual. essentially we agree on nothing
>yfw when the villain is defeated by a simple 'i've come to bargain'
>yfw when marvelcucks will eat this shit up and say it was a great movie
Everyone knew from the beginning, what will resolve the crisis. That line was the twist, that made the scene absurd enough to make it worth remembering. Just like how you meme about it.