So we all agree Kylo Ren has a way better design than Vader, right? Do you think he will have a completely new look in the next movie since he left his mask behind in the Starkiller Base?
Eh they managed to make him look decent in the movie.
Surprisingly believable bad guy. I was worried he'd be just another LE DARK AND POWERFUL EVIL GUY but by making him this edgy sperg who just wants to be as cool as Vader they actually made it believable
What is he looking at /tv/?
Why did Tabrett Bethell not become super famous?
Whoever guesses correctly get's a cookie.
Is Dragon Ball GT really better than Dragon Ball Super?
>make two decent movies
>so popular that you get the opportunity to make a whole new series of Dragonball
>instead of doing something original, just remake the movies with with a tiny fraction of their budget
Is this accurate?
Why does Denmark produce so many notable films/filmmakers?
Buting to Dean: "Two...or even one person could have pulled this off"
Said when they were alone discussing the trial
Who would have done what? Lenk shoots, Colburn drives the Rav4? Theories on how who would have done what exactly, and when, and where, etc.
If it wasn't Avery it's more likely that they found a separate burn pit and the car and moved it to his place because they thought he did it and wanted to make the evidence more airtight. I don't think anybody thinks the cops actually killed her.
Is this the swan song for wide release film projection (a little over 100 theaters)?
Retrofitting theaters costing a fortune. The people operated the projectors were hastily trained and often fucked up during a screening. I think this is it. Not enough interest, too much cost and inconvenience.
If so, is Hateful Eight a fitting send-off?
>ITT: God-tier shots
Starting out with one from Ghost in the Shell (1995). Stellar way to introduce both a character and a setting.
I legitimately loved that movie
one of only a handful of truly beautiful animes I know of. I wish it was easier to discover anime that looked that good, but I just don't have the patience to wade through all the generic stuff that gets released in such crazy volume now
WHO HYPE ?
>Some were locked in soundproof bedrooms fitted with gas lines that let him asphyxiate them at any time. Holmes would also lock his victims in a room where the walls were covered with iron plates and had blowtorches installed to incinerate them. Some victims were taken to one of the rooms on the second floor, called the "secret hanging chamber", where Holmes hanged them. Other victims were locked in a huge soundproof bank vault near his office, where they were left to suffocate. There...
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This movie was pretentious as fuck.
What did /tv/ think about it?
The fights were incredible and I feel this movie provided the best most accurate slice-of-life look at the Oregon trail since the Apple ][ game. The single flaw was the bear's speed -- it moved incredibly quickly, far too fast to be believable -- but other than that, the film was golden. Excellent performances, amazing costumes and sets, immaculate direction. Wonderful film, 4.5/5 stars
Is it possible?
When are we going to get more Penn & Teller's BULLSHIT? Will a Netflix deal work?
Even if you don't agree with their politics (and I often did not), this show was comfy as fuck. I hope it comes back and they do some episodes on feminism/leftism.
Movies about ancient greek culture?