What was his fn problemo?
What the fuck happened to Harry's wand in between Chamber of Secrets to Prisoner of Azkaban? It went from being all nice and smooth to looking like it was just pulled off a tree.
His wand had originality, unlike one of the dullest shitposts in the history of movie shitposts. Each shitpost following /lit/ wizards and their pals from /r9k/ as they fight assorted kinographers has been indistinguishable from the others. Aside from the lack of film analysis the shitposts only consistency has been its lack of excitement and ineffective use of images and pasta?all to make fantasy unfantastical to make witchcraft seem kiddie.
Perhaps the die was cast when Quentin vetoed the idea of shitposting on /lit/ directing the shitposts at /tv/, he made sure the shitposts would never be mistaken for a work of art that meant anything to anybody?just ridiculously profitable cross-posting for his (You). The shitposts might be anti-Christian (or not), but it’s certainly the anti-atmospherical anaylsis in its refusal of critique and watching for the plot. No one wants to face that fact. Now, thankfully, they no longer have to.
>a-at least the shitposts are g-g-good though
The writing is dreadful; the books were terrible and the films were much better. As I read, I noticed that everytime he shitposts, Quentin wrote instead that Brave New World "was a low tier form of art."
I began marking on the back of an envelope every time that shitpost was repeated. I stopped only after I had marked the envelope several dozen times. I was incredulous. The shitposters mind is so governed by cliches and dead metaphors that he has no other style of writing. Later I read a lavish, loving review of shitpost by the same Stephen King. He wrote something to the effect of, "If these kids are shitposting at 11 or 12, then when they get older they will go on to read Stephen King." And he was quite right. He was not being ironic. When you shitpost you are, in fact, trained to read Stephen King.
Would you consider The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly an epic on the same level of The Ten Commandments, Spartacus, Ben-Hur, and Lawrence of Arabia?
Find a flaw.
was it rape?
Is Michael Mann's Heat the ultimate kino?
>nice visual asthetics
>DeNiro and Al Pacino
>one of the few films that has realistic gunfights and sound design
Heat could be great, but it's held back by Mann's BS and Pacino's terrible performance.
Just like almost everything Mann does, there's a way too much time devoted to irrelevant BS. All the shit with the car insurance guy? Waste of time. All the shit with Val Kilmer's personal life? Waste of time. All the shit with Al Pacino's wife? Waste of time.
Heat should be 30 minutes shorter and have a way tighter focus.
It also bothers me that a fucking part-time book store clerk...
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agreed, all movies have about 6 hours of shit that if it were a mini-series would be very watchable. but most cut that shit down. Heat could have been 2 hours.
On the other hand i love Heat because its sort of the bridge between amazing movies like and amazing tv series like
because of the run time and all the added details.
It sucks that Michael Mann was born 30 years too soon. A tv series based on Thief and Heat would have been amazing.
How many episodes are you willing to suffer through before you drop a show and have enough of a formed opinion to call it shit? Mine is 4. I'll pick it up and suffer a 5th if an overwhelming number of people with good taste tell me one or two more episodes and it gets good, but most of the time you can tell a show will be a steaming pile of shit from the first four episodes.
Pick very much related.
I saw a few episodes of this one day while babysitting. Started with the first one coming on and I was too lazy to change the channel, then I just kept watching.
The episode where Danny McBride goes on the school trip just be go near the chick he likes was a pretty amazing episode, it was just really well directed and sold me on the show. I don't currently watch it, but I'd like to. It seemed a little uneventful of a show in general, and the pilot episode was kind of shit, but it seemed pretty good.
Are you honestly suggesting the other characters and actors were any good? The whole show is Adam Sandler tier fit with the "message" that in the end the anti-hero protagonists always lose and the strong black woman principal who gets a pass on actually being a bitch because she's black and a woman always ends up winning.
Every character completely overacts and the scenes are unbelievable to the point of turning it into fantasy, yet realistic enough to be boring and unexciting. I really...
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Holy shit, they were only a year off.
That was without doubt the most brutal war movie I've ever seen.
And Vince Vaughn didn't ruin it at all.
So my GF likes spoof movies, name me some here's what I've put on my server so far
>fifty shades of black
>all scary movies
>meet the spartans
name some more like this please
Has /tv/ been watching the objectively best coverage of the 2016 election all year?
Will there ever be another really good space show about morality and space politics?
What would you do /tv/?
should i pull the trigger /tv/?
What is this thing that Sio Bibble is holding at the end of Phantom Menace?
is there anything this woman still can't do?
The fuck did you just say about Age of Ultron
Reminder some faggot who calls himself superior thinks Possession is a meme flick.
>movie has a poker/card game scene
>can't understand anything that's going on even though it might be essential to the plot
I was a low level intern tasked being a bitch errand boy for various people during principal photogrpahy of this movie.
From what I saw, it was a fucking mess. There is a reason Patty Jenkins was dropped from Thor. Gal Gadot is pretty frustrated with the movie as well.
How did the Harry Potter franchise get so big?
Is this the best friendship on tv?
> Selina Kyle: "About that whole guns thing, looks like I'm not as committed to it as you are."
The next scene Batman takes to the batwing and kills the guy driving the truck with a machine gun.
>It's a Guild Navigator pisses in his life-support tank episode
Why does it?
Just a reminder Buffy the Vampire Slayer is one of the greatest shows of all time
Finally a speculative fiction show that isn't about the same old "AI decided to kill us for our own protection" bullshit.
Why do you have to be such cunts about it? Sure the concepts are hit and miss, but at least they're striving to think forward.
>Shitty IoT devices getting commandeered and used for destructive purposes.
Probably my least favorite episode of s03, but props to
"Hated in the Nation"for predicting the DYN ddos that went down a couple weeks ago.
Would you have cut your throat or taken the deal?