Only patricians allowed. No capeshit or star wars.
I just watched the 2K remaster of pierrot le fou.
When you are patrician enough you realize you can stop being such an elitist faggot and enjoy some decent blockbuster now and then. Doesn't me you have to watch fucking Transformers or 5fast6furious, but you know, you're a faggot if you think you're going to loose some PATRICIAN CRED for liking fucking Star Wars.
>Was fucking Captain Kirk and making movies with Denzel
>Now slumming it in trash like Wet Hot American Summer and Into the Woods
Holy shit you can't get any lower than this guy.
>b-but i know the whole plot
>i-it ruined the movie for the audience, amirite, guiz?
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016)
"Fearing the actions of Superman left unchecked, Gotham City's own formidable, forceful vigilante Batman takes on Metropolis' most revered, modern-day savior, while the world wrestles with what sort of hero it really needs. And with Batman and Superman at war with one another, a new threat Doomsday quickly arises, putting mankind in greater danger than it's ever known before."
>ruined the movie
>And with Batman and Superman at war with one another, a new threat Doomsday quickly arises, putting mankind in greater danger than it's ever known before."
Fucking Snyder, ruining his own movie in the synopsis.
4 > 5 > 7 > 6 > 3 > 2 > 1
The prequels were much better written, they had actual characters and story, not a bunch of memes and one-liners that lack any emotion or coherence. Luke is a cliched everyboy "hero" that goes through an absurdly rapid transformation between the fifth and the sixth episodes. Anakin's emotional instability and his exposure as a psychopath are gripping; and his doomed relationship with Padme is touching. In the "original trilogy" Han, Leia, Darth Vader and Obi Wan are complete meme characters, nothing about them is remotely believable or human. And why...
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What movies do you think have a good shot this year?
The most obvious picks:
Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2
Hitman: Agent 47
Fifty Shades of Grey
Maybe Vacation or The Cobbler.
How would you revive Star Trek for TV? Should they make a new show set in the new timeline, with a different crew whose adventures run parallel to the movie cast's, kind of like what Marvel did with Agents of Shield?
The only hope would be to show what life can be like post PC. A world where you do you fucken job, with no SJW, and where no one gives a shit your race/gender and anyone who brings it up gets shit upon. I might watch that.
Anyone else prefer "Spider-Man" to "Spider-Man 2"?
>it's like a novel
star plebs stay out
I just started this series and I dono why this show isn't talked about here more often. It's the best sci-fi ive seen so far, next to ST:NG. Every character is interesting with a good deal of depth and the writing and dialogue has an element of maturity about it that makes every other sci-fi show ive seen look like baby shit.
Why would the goblins send their entire army to investigate a noise in the mines?
Watamote live action adaptation when?
>there are people who STILL rank V as the best film in the series in spite of TFA existing
Reminder we have this spin off bullshit to look forward to as well as Episode VIII
My ONLY complaint with this movie was that they made Finn a nervous scaredy bitch for 90% of the time.
Anyone else agree?
what actresses instantly make you interested in a movie ?