Would this be a good movie?
ITT: actors and actresses who aged like milk in the Sahara
Was the pace too fast?
I noticed in moments of personal character interaction or plot revelations the pace didn't slow down
Yeah. I will say they saved a lot of time and dumb anguish when Rey didn't initiate the Liar Revealed plot by being a bitch. She was fine with him not being in the resistance, since for all she cared he was on the same side anyway. However, the movie sort of wastes this time by having Finn decide to puss out and run, only to change his mind. If they cut that part and Finn maybe stayed loyal to the mission (idk, maybe he should have had a hint Poe was still alive?), Maz's exposition could have been much...
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have you watched any films today, lads?
>Orbital rendezvous without Matt Damon's ship establishing a higher orbit and performing a retrograde burn to place periphrasis on intercept with Hermes
>No plane matching burn
Is this shit even possible?
I don't get how you could even still care about anything that was happening by that point. I could practically hear that "upvote reddit style" song playing in my head for the duration of the movie this thing was such a pandering shitheap.
>LE SPACE PIRATES
and then all the redditors were standing in their rows and contorting their faces to resemble popular reddit reaction images.
ITT: things the prequels did right
Even if you think the prequels are shit, yoy gotta there were a few things the prequels did right
my two favorites are:
-casting Ewan McGregor as young Obi Wan
-duel of the fates
Liam Neeson was also a great choice; the problem with the prequels is that they have more the atmosphere, pace and elements of a tv show rather than the previous saga, good actors don't always make a good movie.
I don't understand Tarantino movies.
What is thr appeal of his movies?
Why is he still relevant today?
I don't mind the nearly-senseless violence, but I'm not even sure I know the point of a classic like Pulp Fiction.
Do people seriously claim that practical effects look better than cgi?
How's your youtube channel coming along?
Can someone clue me in what was meant to be the downside of living in The Man In The High Castles World?
Looked pretty based to me, clean traditonal family values and getting your dick sucked by jew hoes on the side, being able to leave your door open, little crime, peace, technology taking massive leaps forward without welfare programs holding it back.
What were we meant to hate about it again?
The Man in the High Castle universe was a happy face atop a smouldering, festering shitpile of a society slowly waking up to the hangover of the Holocaust. On top of that, they were in the beginnings of a cold war with two societies actually crazy enough to use nukes on each other.
Let's settle this /tv/
Which R-Series astromech droid model was the best?
Point Break or Bad Boys II?
Saw this again. First time was in the theaters back in 2010
Whats /tv/'s opinion on it?
What is /tv/'s concensus?
We need to make this happen