The great debate, which two where better
Will there EVER be a good film about the Cuban Missile Crisis?
> the director from the last movie you watched is now directing a live-action movie of the last anime you watched.
Was reading this morning about how NATO is pissed off because Netflix made a deal with a studio to stream movies at release. Netflix pretty much believes theaters are a lost cause, and I think they have a point. One of the comments in particular struck me as being really good, so I am going to post it here to see what you all think about it. Here it is:
"The only reason theaters ever became popular in the first place was because films were part of a larger evening’s experience. Going to the theater was part of an hours-long social interaction which included dinner,...
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What does /tv/ think of this film?
Memes aside, what went so right?
Where was you
when the Westfall fell?
ITT We post our top 10 movies and get rated by others. Ill start
The Silence of the Lambs
The Green Mile
Saving Private Ryan
Կոմիտաս (Ասկարյան, 1988)
Al primo soffio di vento (Piavoli, 2002)
వాల్మీకి (దుంగన్, 1945)
Игpoк (Бaтaлoв, 1972)
Galini (Markopoulos, 1958)
香雪海 (費, 1934)
O Desafio (Saraceni, 1966)
ምርት ሦስት ሺህ ዓመት (ገሪማ, 1976)
Ko puca otvorice mu se (Babac, 1965)
What does /tv/ think of this kino? is it edgy trash for /pol/acks or worth my time?
It's a visually striking film. There were many frames that were achingly beautiful. I was actually enjoying the first part of it before the politics started. But then the vapid speeches begin... and it begins to get tedious very quickly after that. The political grandstanding is too vague and only implores the viewer to love the people in power... but why should you? It's vapid in it's worshiping of Hitler as a god and the Nazi party as a new religion. Never mind anything Hitler did... I don't...
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Is paul Rudd a good goy?
is it the best film of the 90s?
1. Citizen Kane (1941)
2. The Godfather Part I-II (1972-1974)
3. Battleship Potemkin (1925)
4. 8½ (1963)
5. Bicycle Thieves (1948)
6. Raging Bull (1980)
7. The Gold Rush (1925)
8. Vertigo (1958)
9. The Passion of Joan of Arc (1928)
10. City Lights (1931)
11. Lawrence of Arabia (1962)
12. La Grande Illusion (1937)
13. Seven Samurai (1954)
14. Rashomon (1950)
15. The Rules of the Game (1939)
16. 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
17. La Strada (1954)
18. La Dolce Vita (1960)
19. Tokyo Story (1953)
20. Le Million (1931)
The Godfather films are by far the worst things in the list and shouldn't be in TOP 20 of all time IMHO.
Also again like with many lists, its ignorant about plenty of films from around the world, so no I can't agree.
Maybe if you name it 'my favorites', then I can say nice one, but again, ignorant one ;:)
ITT: Music videos featuring movie actors.
Why was Ellen Wong replaced after the pilot episode of Son Of Zorn?
ITT things Arnold would say after shooting a clown off his back porch with a shotgun.
>stop clowning around
>snuggled up in bed
>freshly downloaded seasons of new show loaded up and ready to watch
>no work/school in the morning
what is your ultimate /comfy/?
1. Orson Welles
2. Charles Chaplin
3. Jean Renoir
4. Sergei Eisenstein
5. John Ford
6. Jean-Luc Godard
7. Alfred Hitchcock
8. Luis Bunuel
9. Carl Theodor Dreyer
10. Federico Fellini
11. Akira Kurosawa
12. Michelangelo Antonioni
13. Buster Keaton
14. Ingmar Bergman
15. Vittorio De Sica
16. Kenji Mizoguchi
17. Jean Vigo
18. F.W. Murnau
19. Stanley Kubrick
20. Yasujiro Ozu
EPISODE 5 WHEN REEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
Imagine if one man has the power to do this much cover-up and even when the evidence is brought in front of a judge, to escape any sort of punishment - imagine how much Vatican and Hollywood can get away with?
>Lee Daniels Directs ‘Empire’ Cast Members in New Ad for Clinton Campaign
What are some 9999deep9999you-tier films?
What's the best thing he's done?
So which one is gonna be the better movie?
I personally don't think Nolan can quell the Mel
Mel is a better director but Dunkirk, if it's just the massive recreation of history like The Longest Day or something without any fictional stories, might be better than Hacksaw Ridge in terms of script.
>movie cuts to a roadtrip scene
>"Are we there yet?"
>Sweet Home Alabama starts playing
Generally, I'll see a film in 3D if it was shot in 3D, and I won't bother if it's just post-rendered crap.
Like, I saw The Martian in 3D, and it was amazing. Then I got free tickets to Captain America in 3D and it was terrible.
I want to see Dr. Strange, but I can't find anywhere whether it's real or fake 3D. Even http://realorfake3d.com/ doesn't provide me with an answer.
Any of you able to tell me?
Also Dr. Strange/MCU/capeshit thread, I guess.
Is chasing a dream of being involved in the entertainment industry a bad or unhealthy thing to do?
There are some delusional people who think they will become famous or rich just by showing up to Hollywood. But what about the people who know they are shit when they start but want to get better and enjoy the process of their creative work whether it be acting, directing, writing ect.?
>Is chasing a dream of being involved in the entertainment industry a bad or unhealthy thing to do?
this will answer your question
Yes. Chasing dreams will more than likely end in failure. Only the lucky ones will succeed
>Han Solo Film: Tessa Thompson and Zoe Kravitz Among Those Testing for Female Lead
Why do people like this faggot?