Awesome movies that you never see discussed on /tv/ thread?
Recently saw this and it was fucking great. Can't really put my finger on it, but something about the depressing, claustrophobic atmosphere really had me engaged
>that power beam battle in the end
that rinky dink sound effect.
bah I still love it.
Would an American version of Doctor Who work? Every season they could get s b or c list actor to play him so it stays fresh and more actors won't feel tied down to a huge multi season commitment.
What are the top 5 Pixar films in your opinion? I feel like I should finally watch them.
Toy Story (1995)
A Bug's Life (1998)
Toy Story 2 (1999)
Monsters, Inc (2001)
Finding Nemo (2003)
The Incredibles (2004)
Toy Story 3 (2010)
Cars 2 (2011)
Monsters University (2013)
Inside Out (2015)
The Good Dinosaur (2015)
Finding Dory (2016)
4. Monsters Inc.
though I admit to not having seen The Incredibles or Inside Out yet (also haven't seen Cars 2, Monsters U., or The Good Dinosaur, but those aren't as acclaimed)
if peggy was good looking would don have fucked her
This show went downhill fast
Why cant there ever be a truly great tech show
she was so bright and in the end she just ends up going to jail???
how many times did she OD or try to kill herself?
Now that the dust has settled what did /tv/ think of Jason Bourne and why was it so shit compared to the original three?
Is there a list of /tv/ core films and shows?
>tfw you realize background characters will never have lore again
fuck you JJ, fuck you Kathleen Kennedy and fuck you Disney.
R.I.P Willrow Hood
How is that anybody's fault? The only reason background characters had stories is because nerds were so starved for new content that they just made shit up for every person seen onscreen in the OT.
What's the biggest difference between action movies from the 80s and 90s and action movies today? Why are modern action movies considered to be worse than their older counterparts?
Rewatching old action movies are usually pretty bad and boring, but to be honest, most of it is because it's not what people want these days. They were popular at the time, and we remember them fondly because they were great then and are still kinda fun now.
Action movies these days can be really good, but most of the time they don't get the budget they need because they don't draw in as much. They tend to only risk bigger budgets on sequels and superhero movies. Though good examples of recent...
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I marathoned the three episodes of this so far. Do I like it, /tv/?
This happened edition.
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why do you retards take a childrens tv show so seriously? i stopped watching this show when i was teenager. you're all americans right who watch this show and hear the british accents and think "omg their british so they must be smart"
who would you cast her as?
Logan is going to be capekino because it will have more heart than any other capeshit ever. Agree?
I think they've realised that xmen is tanking a lot.
so they're going to boil it down to it's basic elements that everyone likes and focus on that
(which is why you only have professor x and logan)
post IPs that will make you an hero when Hollywood inevitably rapes them
hey guys it's my very first The Thing thread get the fuck in here!
Rewatched the Carpenter movie and the MEW movie in 2 nights. It's kinda shocking the first one wasn't succesful but apparently ET had something to do with it. One gripe I had: Everyone just accepted too easily they were not getting out of there for the greater good but otherwise near perfect movie.
I really liked MEW in the remake and the effects but the direction of the dutch literal who was absolute shit, so was the camera work, there was no suspense or atmosphere but I still liked...
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>Everyone just accepted too easily they were not getting out of there
On the contrary, I think they were all pretty freaked out and confused by what they were seeing.
Also, where would they go? They were pretty much stranded on that base with literally nowhere to go, and no way to get anywhere.
no I mean when Kurt Russel states something along the lines of we have to die with it to ensure it doesn't spread, nobody objected at all
What did you guys think of this? For what it was, I enjoyed it
What went wrong?
it was too close to the original whilst awkwardly trying to be different (DUDE DRONES AND BIGGER CAST LMAO) and, crucially, they committed the cardinal sin and showed the fucking witch, forever ruining not only BW, but BWP and the lore in general
Who is your favorite Dark Matter character?
Any updates on Season 9? When is it coming out
WATCH IT, CARDINALS
>it's only 10 episodes
Please tell me it's already been green lit for season 2
What did he mean by this?
>not boycotting hollywood
Should change the board name to /pleb/
I dont get it, hes actually a pretty good villain. Based Mads did the best he could with what he was given.
what happened to the american dream?
>le silent autistic killers who suck at actually killing their target
It was these two that made it painfully clear this show would never be anything but mediocre at best
this isn't capeshit you mouth-breathing retard there aren't supposed to be black and white 'villains' to every arc
and in what way are they even remotly good? They're not believable characters, at all. They make absolutely no sense, trying to mix a calm professional who's highly effective and a rage-driven retard who acts on a whim into a single personality. They're just extremely badly written. They stick out like a sore thumb
I want to believe
What the fuck was his problem?