Thoughts on Michael Moore's newest joint?
Since 2015 is almost over, post your lists.
Flick of the Year:
Movie of the Year:
Film of the Year:
>Contrarians hating on TFA and falling for the "prequels are good" meme
>This changes everything
why did she know so much about the force?
So I heard season 4 is actually going to happen?
Also, I'd pay like 10 bitcoins to have a spinoff that features J.P. and Alison as a posh, insufferable couple in their mid-20s. I feel like shows like that are underrepresented.
What the fuck...
So now that the dust has settled, between SPECTRE, Fury Road, Jurassic World, and The Force Awakens, do we all agree that pic related was hands-down the best blockbuster of 2015?
Phasma is just done.
Even if she somehow comes back, she only has potential as a comic relief antagonist who repeatedly fails in increasingly comedic ways.
No, Kylo Ren at least tries his hardest to become a badass. So if he succeeds in becoming a real villain it'll be satisfying.
In Phasma's case it would make no sense. She's just a joke at this point, whereas Kylo still has potential as a twisted fucking psychopath, he just has to focus and train more.
>What is your opinion on Kylo Ren?
>What is your age?
I've got a theory that whiney millenial manchildren can't handle Kylo since it's too realistic a portrayal for them.and hits too close to home. They wanted another power fantasy character, and instead got the opposite: a person with depth and relatively understandable motivations.
>Ten days ago, Vergriete Patrice announced the filming of an American blockbuster in June 2016. According to our information, it is Christopher Nolan who's directing a film inspired by the evacuation of Dunkirk in May-June 1940.
>Nolan's next movie is scheduled for release on July 21, 2017
(Article in french)
Why is Tom Hardy such a tryhard overactor? He always has to base his perfromance around some gimmick, some dumb accent or meme.
How did the Empire/First Order go from being run by experienced military commanders to being run by teenagers?
Why did Vito have to die? Was it because he was gay, or because he ran away?
Neither, it's because he's stupid and addicted to the mob life.
He had a chance to stay with Pancakes O'Shannahan and lead a happy free gay life but instead he gets greedy and goes back to Jersey.