ITT: 2 movies that are basically the same movie
Swap surfing for cars and great writing for mediocre writing and basically yeah
No. The one on the left is an excellent comedy/drama that keeps the viewer engaged for all of its running time.
The one on the right is puerile, reprehensible shite that should be avoided like the fucking plague. I'm glad Chris Farley died and I wish David Spade had, also.
So this is my new favorite movie. Discuss.
>I just watched my 15th arthouse movie and I think I should post about my new good taste on /tv/
Go to bed youngin.
why is boba so popular? i get that he looks cool, but so do a lot of other star wars characters. he just stands around doing nothing for the most part. jango does more than him and had a cool death whereas boba
just fell into a sarlacc. even young boba had far more character development in AOTC than adult boba in the OT.
Because he looks cool. Thats literally it. He was my favorite toy as a kid, and I hardly knew anything about him. Eventually I started getting comics that involved him, and started seeing him in the video games. I imagine the story is the same for a lot of anons.
blockbuster action-adventure flicks used to have technical ambition and obvious connections to cinema
when did this change? this is something that fascinates me
I've wondered this myself. Like, Die Hard and Lethal Weapon for instance, have all around good performances, writing, story etc. But take a Fast 7 or any other action spectacle of today and it's literally only about stunts and the characters are either interchangeable badasses or comic relief
So how many billions, perhaps trillions of people were killed by the space nazi optic blast?
Hosnian system, Hosnia Prime is the capital of the new republic
>yfw Hosnia rhymes with Bosnia
>Bosnia is full of Muslims
>JewJew blows up a star system named after a Muslim country
>want to buy some wrestling tapes from the 80s & 90s
>they're all $25-$80
Why is this allowed? Was NONE of this stuff ever reprinted?
UNDER RATED HERO
Mark Hamill died after the accident and was replaced by a lookalike, just like Paul McCartney
Anybody else her on /tv/ that HATE David O'Russle? I hate his movies and I hate his public persona. I can't be alone.
In Empire Strikes Back, Luke's lightsaber is gone for good when it falls on Cloud City.
How the fuck did that orange cunt retrieve it? That seems like an impossible task. And even if they did somehow manage to find it, how did they know it was Luke's?
Seems like a dumb plot device desu senpai
ITT: Meme actors
Stop it OP Arnold is tremendously accomplished and has led a long fulfilling life which he chooses to end by being self referential and goofy and if anyone had earned the right to do that, it's him.
Like, fucking Danny McBride is a meme actor. Rob Corddry. David Koechner. But not Arnold, he's just having a good time.
Last one was the best one yet.
AND CHESTER CHARLES SMITHERS
FOR LONG AS HE COULD
I'm in the process of watching all the Star Wars for the first time. How retarded am I for watching it in this order; IV, V, I, II, III, VI. Right now I just finished attack of the clones and am about to start revenge of the sith.
Also, just watching through these, I'm pretty surprised at how different the movies are from what I expected / what I've heard about them. Mainly, I don't find the prequels to that far off from the originals. I liked A New Hope the best, but even that movie seemed way more subtle and simple than I expected. All this sperging...
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This is the scariest scene of all time. I shit my pants every time.