Is there anything wrong with going to the movies alone? Whole family is making fun of me for doing this. Also, Doctor Strange was decent.
Nah, I do it all the time. I can understand why it might look sad or weird, but it's honestly amazing. You don't have to worry about finding multiple seats together, you can chug vodka in the parking lot and no one is around to judge you, there's no obnoxious perfunctory discussion of the movie immediately after it ends...
I prefer going to the movies alone. I review them as a component of my job, but even when I'm not covering a movie I prefer going by myself. Granted if it isn't a screener, I usually go to matinees and there's barely anybody there and there's usually a lot of people there alone. It would feel awkward to go to a movie alone on an opening weekend at night.
What shows have incest on them?
Aside from the obvious GoT
Are there more movies where romancing an underage girl leads to a happy ending?
Is it the cartoon GOAT?
Is it kino?
I saw this recently and I haven't enjoyed a movie this much in forever. I know /tv/ probably considers this a reddit tier flick but I've watched this every night since I first watched it and it's honestly perfect. Wish I had seen it in theaters.
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom is by far the best in the trilogy. WTF is peoples problem that they think its the worst of the four?
What is the first year, counting backwards from 2016, where you have not seen a single movie made in that year?
You must have seen at least one film from start to finish for it to count, not just part of one. Look back through release lists to make sure, and it's an anonymous image board, there is no point in lying about it.
Who would you cast in a movie about the most controversial election season in recent history?
Everyone knows they'd cast Meryl Streep as Hillary. Every woman of significance in history now looks like her for some reason.
It can't rain all the time.
ITT: We post movies which are reddit tier
I've come to bargain
>put on movie
>5 min in
>dad-"i dont get this"
>proceeds to leave
how do you "get" a movie in 5 minutes? idk, shit people say during movies that annoy you?
Easily the most disturbing evil creature thing I've seen in a long time.
Still a little lost on the storyline for the teacher and for the lady who has a boner for the main character guy - also - who the fuck was taking care of Lily before she showed up to her grandmas?
could he fix the DCEU?
What are some of the most intense scenes in movies?
Is Doctor Who worth watching? Where should I begin watching and should I stop somewhere? (if there is a drop in quality)
I binged watched it back in like 2014 and got really confused and stopped watching at the end of season 6 or 7. It was ccool and you should watch it if you're into scifi and an old britfag getting cucked
any good urban terrorism movies?
Why is this movie so great?
It spawned a franchise that will destroy Disney and save cinema
>hospitalized for mysterious, apparently serious medical condition
>rumor is will be dead in a year
Where were you when David Lynch died before the release of Twin Peaks
So I recently watched the first two Godfather movies, and I thought they were pretty good. I also got the third one, but I've heard mediocre to bad things about it (including that Cupola considers it an epilogue to a complete story rather than the final part of a trilogy), so I've been hesitating about whether or not to watch it.
Is it an inoffensive movie that doesn't take away from the experience of the first two, or is it more along the level of "this movie didn't exist, there were only ever two made" like the two Matrix sequels?
Despite some miscasting and some bad acting I liked it.
I liked how the Catholic church was basically just another greedy family, with its own politics. I liked how Michael was so desperate to become a legitimate and respected businessman.
I also liked how, despite everything it still wasn't enough. Getting to the top just meant bigger enemies.
Yeah the whole daughter plotline was dumb and Sofia Coppola's acting was tragic (dem cocksucker lips doh) but that was a minor irritation against...
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This movie was easily as bad as Green Lantern. Why do they get a pass EVERY FUCKING TIME?
ITT: Best in the Trilogy
Shaun of the Dead >>> Hotfuzz >>>>>>>>> The World's End
We complain a lot about Zombie Simpsons, but what would you say was the first classic episode, where all of the elements came together into something memorable we love and admire.
Season 2 episodes are often thrown around, or even episodes as far as season 3 or 4, but I'd argue it was either in The Telltale Head or Life on the Fast Lane during season one we got our first classic(s), with elements of greatness even earlier.
What's striking about that season in general however is how dark it is. It does not paint a pretty or comforting picture of the 20th...
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Yeah. They're such a part of an era that's pretty much gone now, yet a few of us at least still remember or might have a yearning about trough experiencing it trough past media. But they're also so great at pointing out the bad things, some of which succeeding generations might not even experience at this capacity because of today's more connected and micro managed society.
>protagonist dies in the first 20 minutes
They had to be out of their minds to waste Bryan Cranston like that. Wasn't that his first role after Breaking Bad? He was literally at the height of his popularity. They even had him all over the trailers. What the fuck werethey thinking?
I cried after the first 4 episodes of this season
quick! I need your comfiest movie - STAT!
Good horror movies? I recently saw Silence of the Lambs for the first time. Also, anyone know if Tin Can Man is any good?