MOTY 2016, nothing else will come close to this mustardpiece
Hey OP, I need your advice
I'm not depressed, but I feel sorta like Gyllenhaal's character in Demolition. Is La La Land a good movie for this mood? I'm afraid it will make me feel even more lonely.
Apart from this film, there's nothing of value on screens today.
how can black bois even compete?
Artist. Visionary. Genius
Anyone know any good builds for Kodi?
I'm using Pulse lite at the moment. Just wondering of anyone knows any better ones?
Is this Dragon Kino?
Delayed to May 2018. Announcement by Disney coming later on today.
You are fucking kidding me...
I am not fucking waiting that long
A part of me actually wishes that the reason they are delaying it is because they have decided to go back and do reshoots and make Rey go Dark and part of the Sith which I hope to God Disney does..
If they make her a goody goody I will be hell pissed.
If they are delaying it because they want to change the story to make it more original then I am completely fine but they BETTER not pull an Empire Strikes Back rehash!
Not waiting an extra half a year to be massively disappointed.
When did you realize that The Phantom Menace is the best Star Wars film?
>Best Prequel film by far with its use of Practicals alongside CGI compared to the CGI fest that we got in Episode 2 and 3
>The politics was great: seeing how the Jedi handled things in the early days before the Clone Wars
>The story of young Anakin: a poor slave boy living with his slave mother and how he will be allowed to live a free man if he wins the pod race
>The Darth Maul...
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Huh. Mads kinda looks like qui gon at that angle
what was his problem?
>tfw to intellegent to watch shows without cute female characters
I want an actual reason why this movie isn't a piece of shit. No memes or bullshit, just please explain to me why this board jerks off to this movie.
Falling for the "BvS was a good movie meme"
What did he mean by this?
I'm just so confused as to whose idea it was to show this kind of thing to Miyazaki, who is famous for creating deeply human and empathetic works. I mean, his animation is so much about capturing a sense of wonder and beauty, imbuing each frame with emotion (which is what catapulted him above the rest of the industry). If you've seen any of his works, there's so much thought put into each scene, as you'd see with any master filmmaker. That's why he dislikes a lot of anime, which I definitely agree with - as someone who's watched a shitton of anime, the majority of it is mediocre and commercialized. The animation itself is shallow and gives little thought to reflecting reality. I doubt he has a problem with the stuff coming from Mamoru Hosoda or Makoto Shinkai.
I could see this technology in its current form used in a commercial horror game, but even if it was developed further... yeah, this kind of demonstration would still be pretty insulting. This machine is incapable of empathy or any emotional thought. Because of that, it's not going to achieve the artistry that Miyazaki views as essential to animation. (A viewpoint often twisted into "curmudgeonly old man doesn't like tech!!" because people get defensive about him disapproving of their anime).
But overall, this just was not the appropriate audience. It's like showing a famous painter a bad painting you generated from algorithms. Damn, that was so uncomfortable to watch.
What I take away from this is that Hayao Miyazaki was unable to mentally separate the example in front of him from the potential of the software.
Using machine learning to predict the movement of a zombie was admittedly not the best starting point but if they'd applied it to a fluffy ball with cute little arms and had it going through the stages before it's walking along nicely he probably would have been able to see the value in it.
it's a reasonable idea, which was poorly presented...
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>During the speech an assassin attempts to thwart Dylan but is killed by Dylan's powers. Exposed, government officials and executives throughout the world take their own lives, in public exhibitions to applauding crowds
so i just started this show on netflix.. on episode 2 season 1.. i like it so far.. worth continuing? what are your thoughts /tv..
I don't remember where the cutoff point is, it's season 3 or 4 or something. After that you should either stop entirely or just look up the handful of decent episodes. I haven't even watched the most recent few seasons because of how hard they're milking it on Mars.
Is this unironically animated kino?
I have directed a feature film called "Belarusian Psycho" which tells the story of Dmitry who decides to lose his virginity, and invites three girls to celebrate his 22nd birthday in a countryhouse.
This movie was partially inspired by the story of Elliot Rodger, and won the Best Belarusian Film Award at Minsk International Film Festival.
You can watch the movie here:
The movie is in Russian, and the English subtitles are available via the "CC" button.
What do you think about it?
What makes those movies work, anons? They're pretty comfy and good.
BAD BOYS BAD BOYS WHAT YA GONNA DO
>its a non-compliant suspect episode
Why is DC so good at making TV shows but not movies?
How come this is literally the only decent comic book adaptation ever made?
it isnt. you just have terrible taste.
>we're supposed to root for Charlie to win
I just saw Rouge One A Star Wars Story.
Ask me anything
I am looking for some good and comfy movies for a sunday, preferably if they are set in winter but it is not a must. I have been thinking of watching the LOTR trilogy but I have seen those too many times already.
So, what was the point of leaving earth for a borderline habitable planet again?
>To the right, to the right, to the right!
What did Bond mean by this?
Is this the comfiest film of 2016?