>starts with reading from the Pilgrims Progress
>narrator talks about the story he uses to tell about a prince of the east
>Verdi's March of the Hebrew Slaves stars playing
LITERALLY the greatest cinematic moment of the year. Fuck me, how does Malick do it? Nobody else uses music as well. Also all those references to classical literature... just wow.
Best cameo of all time?
>Only a master of evil, Darth.
What did he mean by this?
>Luke, did I ever tell you about the time I was one of the most respected actors in the world, performing in renowned films such as Kind Hearts and Coronets, The Bridge on the River Kwai and A Passage to India? I even got an Oscar and a Knighthood in recognition for my talent and excellence. Then, while I was between shooting masterpieces with David Lean, a nerd named George Lucas begged me to play a samurai wizard from space in his sci-fi/fantasy flick. I took it to be nice, even though it meant saying lines such as "Only a master of evil Darth"....
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Basically, it's just Lucas's cheesy writing showing. People bash the prequels for their dialogue, but he originals had their moments too. The only difference is that the originals had people on the team working with Lucas giving criticism while the prequels was full of nothing but Yes men.
The greatest work of art in human history.
So who's gonna win in the Legendary remake?
Would it be cool if Godzilla is attacked by Mecha Kong, and Kong is attacked by mecha Godzilla, which then culminates in the monsters teaming up to fight their mecha counterparts?
/tv/ really hated this?
What the hell was this thing anyway?
Did you ever cry while watching a movie in a theater?
What's your go-to filters
why do people like this dark depressing satanic movie?
Man pulling himself up by his bootstraps
Man contends with nature and wins
Man gets revenge on another man
Man gets to kill another man, the most masculine of acts
Nothing depressing about it.
I don't ever come to /tv/ but what's the general consensus on this film?
I really didn't think it was that great. There's good aspects to it but overall it's just an action flick with a predictable outcome.
What are the benefits of watching films on a projector?
ITT: Actors you could probably take in a fight
All of them. Yes the black ones too. Especially the black ones.
>tfw whenever I see someone in a wheelchair now my first thought is this image
Can we all agree that he was the most
hatefulof the eight? He was pure calculating evil.
Why didn't he reveal the truth?
If Buffalo Bill attended a red carpet event and a reporter asked "who are you wearing" what would be his response?