>Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams spent a month together in a rented house to age themselves in preparation for the 'present' scenes. They spent a lot of their time grocery shopping, cooking dinner and learning to pick fights with each other.
>The inspiration for the film was the divorce of Derek Cianfrance's parents when he was 20.
>When filming the argument scenes, Derek Cianfrance gave instructions to Michelle Williams and Ryan Gosling individually without the knowledge...
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What movies are you going to watch later today?
>Here I come God, here I come you fucking rat
What did he mean by this?
Original or remake?
Remake. It shits all over the original technically, a real masterpiece in that regard. Its problems are the same as the originals too and those can be traced back to the source material.
>they made Amberle into even more of a special snowflake compared to the book
Hi I'm looking for excellent films like pic related.
I have already watched like two thirds of Wong Kar-wai filmography, if you know anything similar please let me know.
I assume you've already watched 2046. The GOAT cinematography is by Christopher Doyle, so you could try other films he's been involved in. For more suits, qipaos and smoking you could also try Lust, Caution and the earlier Purple Butterfly (which stars Zhang Ziyi and has a very, very similar plot).
Already watched Lust, Caution.
You understoond completely.
I have also watched and liked Chungchin Express (very very good) and Days of being wild (just good.).
yeah, non traditional romance. Keep it chinese.
can we all appreciate the fact that R2-D2 could lay this fucking ball cunt thing over the table and ravage its storage slot in 2 fuckung seconds if he wanted too
>gf says BB-8 is 'cuter' than R2-D2
BB-8 had more personality and was more likeable than most of the human characters from the prequel trilogy and he was a fucking robot.
give him fucking props for being an actually decent character instead of looking for reasons to shit on him.
that aside, yeah R2 is also a great character
Find a more pathetic "actor"
david spade has had a 25 year career in television and movies. he hasn't made great quality, but there is something to be said about the quantity. the longevity alone is impressive for someone of his talent.
he isn't very good. but he is far from pathetic.
ITT: Comedies that actually make you laugh
The Thick of It,
The Day Today,
Garth Marenghi's Darkplace,
What is in an alternate universe, Sheev is killed by Windu and General Grevious survives Obi-Wan and escapes? How would the Clone Wars end, if they would? Would there be a final peace? If so, what would it be?
Thoughts on Adam Driver?
>It's an episode where Clarkson appeals to the British right wing by pretending Britain is still the greatest country on earth and the only people to blame for our nations decline is johnny foreigner, while totally ignoring all the white trash we have in this country who don't work and claim bennies all their lives
>for England, James?
For Westeros, Jaime?
Which movies deeply moved you/made you cry?
The Turin Horse
Taste of Cherry
Grave of the Fireflies
>Execute Order 66
What did he mean by this?