>Tall (1.93 m)
>Volunteered for Marines after 9/11
>Great actor (via having to pretend to be into Lena Dunham)
>Most interesting SW villain since Vader
>Keeps a low profile instead of being a Hollywood douchebag
What's not to like?
ITT: characters that are literally you
I think the moral of the story was, it's really really easy to get away with bullying and gang rape?
No it's a dramatization of something that has no doubt happened before to get the audience to question what's really happening in their child's life at school, or just at school in general.
Same thing Megan Is Missing was going for in a different situation.
Have you seen it? I recently watched it for the first time when my friend recommended it to me, and I wanted to know what you guys think about it. I found it surprisingly good.
Was this good? I remember it flopping hard but then again so did 13th Warrior.
>tfw you'll never help Space Caesar and Space Antony conquer Mars
I still really don't know how to feel about this movie. If this was made in the 70's or even early 80's with the CGI replaced with period appropriate practical effects it would have probably been Star Wars tier.
The actress who played Dejah Thoris was hot as hell though.
So I googled the qt from Independence Day, and it turns out Lisa Jakub is actually pretty based. She quit acting to be a writer, and her personality is 100% waifu material (introvert, didn't have her first kiss until her husband, she had anxiety, ect). Just thought I'd share this.
So both of the girls from Ms. Doubtfire quit acting?
Don't forget Heather Langenkamp, aka Nancy from the original A Nightmare On Elm Street, who quit acting and co-owns a practical special effects company with her husband.
>professional reviews blind enough to somehow get it to a 95% on RT
>reddit sucking this movie off, but when they do critiques it's petty nonsense
>/tv/ shitposting in an endless stream of unconstructive bait
There is no good place to discuss TFA.
I'll talk Star Wars with you.
The problem that I have with Disney making more Star Wars is that George Lucas went to great lengths to try something unique with Star Wars. It wasn't simply a blockbuster that was chronologically extended with sequels and prequels, he aimed to create something unique among movies, a true saga. A series of connected works that can stand on their own but also form a greater whole, with certain elements recurring throughout and parallels being drawn between installments...
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Of course Disney sees it as dollar signs. We got exactly the Star Wars movie that Disney would make and that's what we're going to keep getting.
If George didn't want that to happen he shouldn't have sold it and, instead, should have made good movies with it, unlike his shitty prequels
Who's the better actor?
Give reasons why.
If I wanted to be petty and just go by their latest movies:
Well. Fucking Damon wins. Seriously, he has come a LONG way in his career. Is he the best actor? Not by damn sight. But is he better than "MY ONLY METHOD OF ACTING IS SCREAMING"? By a long mile.
who /reddit/ here?
Why are you criticizing The Force Awakens?
It's the best movie in the series according to top critics.
Was this the best film of 1999? Possibly its generation?
>fucking nigger Jedi!
Really JJ? Was that nessecary?
We ask George for forgiveness and we beg him to save us from Marvel Wars The Reddit Awakens
Please make more original science-fiction movies. Do your own thing and compete with these perversions of your work. Blow Disney the fuck out with another masterpiece of THX1138 proportions.
Watched expected got thread.
mine's gonna look like shit compared to this, but...
>Amerilards get burgers when they go to theatre
You can't make this shit up