WTF? I hate women now!
Who should replace leto after they fire him?
My vote is on Dennis
This was how the joker would have been in a Schumacher movie. Anyone who says otherwise probably wants Daisy Ridley to plow them with a strapon
Whats you're favorite movie directed by a woman?
pic related for me
If you were killed in a movie, how would you want to die?
2017 can't come soon enough
how can DC even compete?!
anyone else watching this?
>episode/movie involving time travel
>the main character casually invents iconic things on a whim
>"Haha! That's where that comes from!"
>time travel movie/series
>blantantly contradicts its own laws of time travel several times
Your body will never be ready.
Thoughts on this series?
Some of the jokes fall a little flat but overall I've found it enjoyable. Even if the first season got panned, it was still an interesting and empathetic view of a character coping with near suicidal depression and self loathing.
I felt the same. The first half of season 1 actually is okay, it's used to just set things up
which I think is pretty clever.
A few unneccessary things here and there, but overall I really enjoyed it
Am I the only person who actually thinks the show is genuinely funny and the comedy is quite charming?
Little things like Hollywoo and episode set in like 2008 where it reminded you of how it was 2008 like 80 times in a minute.
The drama and characters are interesting too. Could be a little less SJW preachy, but I like it a lot.
What does /tv/ think of this movie?
Damn, Vin Diesel can actually act!
Try to name another perfect cinematographic scene from 2016.
It was just so brilliant with the way after Harley jumps in, Joker turns around, being deep in his thoughts before he turns to face the chemical pool, taking off his jacket and diving it.
It just worked so good!
absolute garbage, nothing compared to the first one, how did they fuck up so badly, my god
In the Spirit of Halloween, looking for some animal/creature/monster attack kino.
Working my way through pic related and I'm fucking squirming in my seat. Would recommend.
And yes I did see Rogue, it was a while ago though, and when I was watching it I watched it 5-7 times over and over. "Never smile at a crocodile" became a chilling song for me.
How was this shitty ass makeup allowed?!
Practical effects like makeup and other trades have taken a huge hit since CGI
>Need a really old guy for a role
>Hire a young guy and put him in a cheap rubber mask
>'Oh, I guess theyre gonna feature a lot of flashbacks with him being young'
Why was Prometheus such a complete trainwreck?
THE TECHNO UNION ARMY
The lads are back!
>that guy who yawns during a foreign film
>friend who looks at their phone during the best fucking part
>that guy posting /fit/ memes outside of the fitness themed homosexual clubhouse
What's the final consensus on him?
I kinda like john boyega and think he would do a great job in dindukino roles, but i really didn't like finn at all.
Look at that badass promotional finn compared to the actual product. Kek
Does any movie exist that has that dark, helpless vibe you get from Dark Souls/Bloodborne? It doesn't have to be a fantasy setting, even Blade Runner has that bleak, rain soaked feeling where there is a horrible secret hidden beneath the surface. Bonus points if it has a soundtrack like this. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLBybw-IJ5U
Here's my modest BD collection, my dudes. Post yours!
What are some telltale signs its a non golden era/zombie Simpsons episode?
>Homer gets unnecessarily hurt
i know its so easy to praise this film and there seems to be a love thread every day, but I watched this again last night and the way it was filmed would rival any crap done today. Even the scenes on set didn't have that boring angle and framing that most films back then had (which even Hitchcock still used)
Eitherway, Lawrence of Arabia thread
>he thinks tv actually discusses film unironically.
i suggest /r/movies
Was I supposed to hate this guy?
>has water, industry, civilization, freshly grown food, pampers his sex slaves, and has cranes in the shot implying he's expanding
>oh nuh muh fee fees
Compare the raggedy peasants out in the waste with the grand piano, books, and lavish home he gave his slaves
If you were a woman, yes. If you're a man, you're just supposed to be jealous of the world he lives in because it's like the manhood paradise where women are furniture and the law is the remit of the violent and powerful.
Are there any movies where an older woman legitimately falls in love with a younger boy?
Also I would have liked the movie to show more ultra violence
Who was better?
I've realized while watching "The Shallows" that for some reason I love scenes where characters perform surgery on themselves or treat a nasty wound they received
I know No Country For Old Men did it too
Are there more examples of this?
Lorne Malvo does this in the Fargo tv series
All memes aside, Aidan Gillan is a very handsome charismatic actor. How come he hardly gets any Hollywood roles?
He already had the role of a lifetime CIA is his John McClane