Since we're only months away from Yellowstone's caldera eruption, should I watch Dante's Peak or Volcano (1997)?
>Name a better Trilogy
You literally cant
>And this is my son's room. He is quite the movie buff.
What are some of your favourite musical cues in film? Moments that coincide with the imagery onscreen so perfectly that you get goosebumps just thinking about them?
I'm talking about moments such as 2001's iconic titlecard, the coyote moment in Collateral, the docking sequence in Interstellar, the last scene in Whiplash, and anything in between. Do you have any obscure favourites?
I just got finished watching End of Watch, and although I really liked the chemistry between the characters I felt like the musical cues were pretty weak and didn't mesh...
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I don't know how I forgot about Sunshine, easily one of my favourite sci-fi films. It's a shame that so many different pieces of media have used Adagio in D Minor because it saps some of the enjoyment out of its original use; I remember there was a period of a couple years where a lot of films, tv shows and games were using it and it was ridiculously distracting.
I couldn't find it online but I really like the ending scene of Prisoners for its use of music. It's only subtle but the Codex by Radiohead is playing over a radio while the CSI guys are working. I always found it really effective at matching the rest of the film's atmosphere.
Why does everyone hate Waterworld? It's one of the best post-apocalyptic movies out there, with great characters, amazing sets and costumes. and at least a decent story. There may be some tonal dissonances in the movie, but I actually like the humorous bits. Today such a movie would be made entirely differently, but I think in 1995 it was a masterpiece and aged better than I expected before rewatching it recently.
The biggest complaint I ever heard was LOLFLOP, and even then it recouped it in home video sales.
Everything you said otherwise is correct, it's a damn good adventure movie, it's Mad Max on water and it excels at that.
Missed opportunity of our time
Should be a 12-13 episode mini-series with episodes 50 minutes long, anyone who thinks this has staying power beyond a first season must own every box set of the West Wing and fancy themselves the next Aaron Sorkin.
Scenes that don't really belong in the movie they're in, but are actually kind of cool regardless.
I don't really give a fuck just wanted to discuss this beautiful film.
>young jeff bridges will never be cast as solid snake/big boss
How does this make you feel?
>prime clint eastwood will never be cast as solid snake/big boss
>Watched this when i was a kid
>The episodes of the first seasons were actually scary
>The later episodes were less scary and more dumb (comedy?)
It was still pretty kino.
Why is she so great ?
Do you have your mask yet? It's almost time!
>2 more days 'til Halloween
>2 more days 'til Halloween
I've got a pumpkin mask around here someplace. I wish I could go to the store though, I keep meaning to get one of those costume swords with the sheath. Can't find it any other time of the year and I need it for
an immersive D&D campaign
I completely forgot I was supposed to go trick or treating with my sister this Halloween (not my fault, Halloween is not that popular in my country) so I got this cheap-looking skeleton costume that I saw for sale today.
I'll probably dress up as Donnie Darko or something, no idea.
Of all the Predator designs, which one is your favorite?
Classic Jungle Hunter for me.
I like to think that his head is just stuck in an uncomfortable can to coincide with their inhumane yet effective technology emphasis. Implies a certain fragility to the creature beneath when it totally covers all of the head as well.
How do we get this cancer off of our board for the last 3 months we have with it?
(hiro is planning on deleting it and /wsg/ as voted by other boards to save server cost so these new ads don't have to be here)
>ITT: We post the eyes of actors and others have to guess who they belong to
How do you defeat him?
>THOUSANDS OF YEARS AGO, in the future
Is there a more overrated "comedian"?
And the retards eat it up
WATCH IT ANNIE!
Is he a good actor?
Her performance in this is terrible.
There are people browsing /tv/ right now who don't like this movie.
Why do girls pretend to like Negan?
Girls love ALPHAS not betas.
That's why they're always sucking off Chad Thundercock even though he treats them like shit. But won't wipe their feet on guys that treat them like fragile princesses.
>Negan = come home drunk and fucks your brains out, no questions.
>You = "Hi honey, did Jamal stretch you out good? Here's your dinner. I've done your laundry."
imagine if negan was a girl. can you even imagine the level of buttblasting that would occur
Damn...were they all pedos? Even Bronn?
Be honest, /tv/. Would you?
>Kit Harington 'is being lined up to replace Hugh Jackman as the next Wolverine
>The Hollywood Reporter reports that the 29-year-old Game of Thrones star has been given 'an unofficial nod' that he would be the producer's first choice to become the new Wolverine.
HOLY SHIT GUYS