Its better then Age of Ultron but worse then Winter Soldier
/tv/ agree ?
What was his fucking problem?
>all your friends die from aliums
>manage to save yourself and go into hibernation
>few million years later you suddenly get woken up
>some old faggot, a roboter and some annoying woman talking to you in a broken version of your language talk to you gibberish
>butthurt because your buddys didn't came to safe you
>also realising that the Humans released the aliums
Reminder that this trash killed the mystery and wonder of the freakish elephant looking skeletal thing and their relationship with the aliens.
Reminder that only the lowliest of the low, Star Wars prequel watching reboot apologists enjoyed this shite.
Now that trans people's struggles are pretty much accepted to be the civil rights fight of the current decade, how long until we see a wave of transkino?
Think of all the movies about people of color being oppressed and beaten, many of which are oscar winners. It seems that trans cinema should be a license to print money (and pretty much critic-proof to boot).
Imagine scenes like this, but full-on Hollywood style with moving piano and added emotional bias:
Why not both, like Will Smith's freakish child?
What went wrong ?
the fact that hallf of it was a lol randum scooby do style teenager flick and the other half a serious action movie.
it wasn't as jarring as the tone shifts in the shit fest that is bvs, but still it was like 2 different movies edited together.
2 > 1 >> 3 >>>> 4
what went wrong
only good thing that improved is the soundtrack from Wardruna
Not sure if I even wanna watch the second half of season 4 (season5)
also what the fuck was this whole thing about, you can't tell that hundreds of vikings in hundred of ships are unable to go past this, like what the fuck, just disembark and swarm those fucking towers build out of paper like aoweihlkhasdlöhkasjnklö
What are you looking forward to in Stranger Things season 2? The filming in starting in next week.
Her scenes in batman forever made 7 year old me hard as glass
last year. when you stepped on that shard of glass on the beach.
it was me, james!
Remember last fall, is was a cool morning and you were on your way to work, when you grabbed the handle of your car door and felt the slimy wetness? It was spit, James. My spit. It was me.
I finally got around watching The Revenant.
I don't understand the hype and why in the world Leo deserved his award for that. Also that absolutely terrible shitty CGI bear.
What the fuck.
It's a "let's go out our way to say homosexuality is normal" episode.
give me a good movie to watch
i don't care if i've already seen it
oh for fuck's sake, mickey
How did this movie make you feel, /tv/?
was okay, my favourite part was where the irresponsible mother with 2 children 6 to 12ish realised 15 minutes into another joke about sausages penetrating buns realised it was an adult movie and led the shitbags out to presumably complain to the theatre staff about the big bright red MA15+ logo not being noticeable on the 6 foot posters outside.
So Logan is the flashback version of the Man in Black right?
He seems too upbeat about the whole experience. MiB seems to take an extremely serious, almost religious attitude towards the park. If he really does appear in both storylines, then he has to be William.
>I think when he initially came there, he didn’t come there to shoot up robotic people or have sex with robotic prostitutes. I don’t know why. I think he was probably more curious than anything when he first went there. I think he discovered this darker side of himself that he probably wasn’t even aware of on some level, but knew there was a real part of him and a real part of his nature. Every year, he goes back for a month and he purges it, so he doesn’t have to deal with...
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AYE BUT AT WHAT COST?
>me face when the lads saiy feathes be heavieh than steew
Did Glenn deserve to get Lucille'd?
Wouldn't they make a lot more money selling sexy robot slaves to people instead of hosting a theme park?
It probably costs more to purchase one than it does for admission.
Think about it - Disneyland is a hundred bucks, but if you wanted to buy an animatronic from Pirates of the Caribbean just to fuck it then it would probably cost you several thousand dollars. What I'm trying to say is that it's easier to buy a ticket to Disneyland and fuck an animatronic there than it would be to buy one from them and fuck it at home. That's not even including the maintenance costs.
>but if you wanted to buy an animatronic from Pirates of the Caribbean just to fuck it then
What the f**k was his problem?
1. The Gold Rush
2. City Lights
3. Modern Times
4. Monsieur Verdoux
6. The Kid
7. A Woman of Paris
8. The Great Dictator
9. The Pilgrim
10. Shoulder Arms
I've heard that the talkies Keaton did in Mexico were among the worst movies ever made. The General and Steamboat Jr are probably his best on a technical level, but I don't enjoy them as much as Modern Times or The Great Dictator. Or Lloyd's Safety Last for that matter.
If Chewbacca is physically incapable of saying anything that sounds remotely similar to "Chewbacca," how did he tell Han that that is his name? If it's not from the Wookie language did they just make it up? Why not call him Dave?
Okay, cool. Doesn't answer my question though. If a person tells an interpereter, "老子
我的名字是 (Hello, my name is Lao Tzu)" in Chinese, the interpreter doesn't hear, "Hello, my name is Larry" in English.
MY EYES HAVE SEEN THE GLORY
Why do people think this movie is shit? Most movies I watch that people don't like, I can see their flaws and understand, but I loved this movie when it came out and then everyone just shit on it. Is it just because fanboys liked the comic better and call the movie shit because of the usual bullshit, or was there something critically wrong about it that I'm not aware of?
ITT: We come up with plots for Black Mirror episodes.
>There's a popular new ridesharing app that everyone uses
>One day the main character is riding using the app when his vr eye implant goes out and he realizes that he's been sharing a ride with the entire population of the world
>7 billion people in one car
>and then his wife is killed by social media
>he's tries to tell everyone the truth but the...
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>it's the future
>a law has been put into effect that every time you search for something online a third world child is killed
>everyone accepts this except for our main character
>he is ostracized by society for his beliefs
>there's a food shortage
>all food is given anti piracy software
>if any lower class citizen tries to eat unapproved food their stomachs explode and they're shamed online
>someone tries to stop it but they only make things worse for themselves
>We want a Mexcian drug lord but we don't have much money to hire Benicio Del Toro.
>we want Brad Pitt but we don't have the money to hire him
Why did this feel very mediocre?
Don't get me wrong: I loved everything that Snyder did with Batman (I actually liked the idea of showing him to be violent in older age) yet the final product didn't feel that great.
I actually enjoyed Suicide Squad way more than BvS.
What it did best was its soundtrack. Unless you're a complete and utter fanboy, That's what I think is a shame with the MCU, there isn't a single instantly recognizable theme song. Whereas people I know that don't like comics and just go see superhero movies for the action or actors or whatever, can instantly recognize Wonder Woman's and Batman's themes.
Also, ultimate cut is way better than SS theatrical.
Why did Scott have to be such a shitty actor?
He's the spitting image of his father, he could've been the Clint of our generation.
What a fucking waste.
When you expect this
Can you please just stfu and BUTTON YOUR FUCKING CUFF LINKS
What was this expression trying to convey?