So this is going to be the next meme shot that all the redditors on here can't stop talking about right?
Let's settled this
Italian neorealism or French New Wave?
Neo-realism all the way, following that I'll settle for French poetic realism, basically Clair, Vigo, or Renoir. Fuck the French New Wave films. They only matter because of their criticism in the Cahiers du Cinema.
Opinions on The Hateful Eight?
Nerd culture is finished.
I'm aware about how 4chan might not be the right place to ask, but here I go:
What movies with valuable life lessons would you recomend to see with kids?
Is Jason Bourne a Mary Sue?
Just came back from watching it and I really have to say, after he showed his face for the first time I just couldn't take him serious anymore. Some people in the audience even bursted out laughing. Such a faggot visage holy shit.
You guys think Finn could be force sensitive? There is a lot of evidence that could support it.
Alright /tv/ since you autist can't into fucking comprehension.
Rey is not super powerful, well let me rephrase that she is, but Ren is just super weak in the force. That is why he loses. That is why he joins the dark side. That is why he abandons Luke's training. Kylo Ren realized during his training at some point that he is super weak in the force. He idealized Vader who was a super powerful force user. He never knew a powerful light side user besides Luke and I'm guessing Luke never exhibited his power. That is why he killed the other padawans. That...
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snoke implies kylo isnt even fully trained yet. rey is literally stronger in the force than anakin, she does ridiculous feats that make no sense unless shes just channeling the force through her the whole time. rey is a mary sue dude. the way she flew the falcon and made it do air show tier moves without ever flying it before was unbelievable even for star wars
Quick, try to remember ONE scene from TFA that (1) wasn't a climactic moment and (2) wasn't in the trailers.
This is how you know the prequels are more memorable.
Hey, I worked on set management for Batman v Superman.
We were just shown an almost complete version of the film.
(I have to leave my phone in my locker)
Ask me anything.
Should we be hyped for this?
Does this get better at all? I'm on episode 3 and the show isn't funny, none of the characters are at all likeable, there's nothing remotely interesting or compelling going on. Am I missing something? It feels like Boringjack Horseman 2.0