Hey guys, was hoping to get some recommendations from you. I really liked the movie Drive, to a lesser extend the movie It Follows, and the game Hotline Miami. What do these all have in common? They have dat 80s feel. Flashy neon lights, long stretches of dark road in a fast car. Drive in particular, and Hotline Miami's cut scenes had it. It's this particular feel and I want movies like it. I love the 80s, but it isn't strictly necessary, I suppose.
Hell, I don't know if It Follows was in the 80s, or the 90s, or maybe even modern, but it had that feel...
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ITT: shows that got fucked over.
This will also be a "shows only you watched" thread.
Is he the Biggest survivor in the history of the game?
you know that feel when you look into a qt girl's eyes and instantly fall in love with her and imagine fucking her? well I'm starting to get the same feels when looking in strong black mens eyes
what does this mean?
>remakes that are better than the original
>mfw people think this footage is real on yt
> we will never have another big-budget High Fantasy film with beautiful art design and special effects used to tell a compelling story
Fuck, I might as well shoot myself since I'm never getting my Malazan film series.
Who will play as El Chapo in the inevitable biopic?
who's the senate again?
Can you post a basedest pic?
>Leonardo DiCaprio eats a piece of real, raw bison liver in his new movie "The Revenant"
>The original plan was for him to bite into a simulated organ -- "this red, gelatinous sort of pancake"
>DiCaprio said no, it looked fake
Hey Leo, calm down man ... it's just an Oscar bro
the absolute madman what will he do next?
Why does everyone act like Leonardo DiCaprio is entitled to an oscar? All he does is put on a cartoony accent and then when things get serious scrunch his face up and yell.
He'll get one when he deserves one, and either way, its the only the oscars. Despite what people say they're not the final word on filmmaking.
Is it worth the bandwidth to torrent this?
>M. Night Shamalamadingdong
>found footage film
So what did you guys think about Episode 3? Just saw it and everyone walking out of the theatre agreed it was better than Episode 2 by far.
>name is Admiral Ackbar
>takes down the super stardestroyer by having his pilot crash into it
Why is /tv/ so anti-art?
Why is this board filled with capeshitters and celebrity worshippers?
Why is board filled with faux intellectuals that praise directors like Paul Thomas Anderson and David Fincher?
Why doesn't this board discuss proper cinema?
It seems Universal entertainment has most likely taken it down... but..
Years ago i remember seeing VHS test footage of Jim Carrey in the original Grinch costume concept well before they started filming the movie. It was the most terrifying thing and i cannot for the life of me find it. Just curious if any of you have seen it recently... bleh.
>yfw someone says Fury Road wasn't that good