What does /tv/ think of the Taken films?
I have an overwhelming desire to insert myself in Maggie Grace. Do you feel that is the same feeling Liam is portraying in this scene?
Wait, this girl's 33? How the fuck is that possible?
>Warner Bros. is developing an animated feature film based on the classic Chuck Jones character Pepe Le Pew. The news was revealed on Saturday during an unrelated Comic-Con panel by the film’s writer Max Landis, who also pitched the project to Warners.
>The movie will contain elements of Amélie and The French Connection
>He confirmed that Penelope the cat would be one of the main characters and that the tone would be of a “romantic french new wave ’60s heist movie” ala Band of Outsiders...
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Why was this show so damn comfy?
Prepare for TV Kino
I cannot fucking stand her
>you are married to Yvonne Strahovski
>her next movie calls for this scene
what do you do?
Why do underages hate him so much?
RLM is neither funny nor insightful. They don't provide anything beyond being a friendship simulator for sad nerds.
I'm about the same age as them and didn't like the prequels when they came out. Now, I don't care.
>movie set 200 years in the future
>character hears 20th century rap/rock song
>"I can't stand classical music!"
>is set in 2035
>wears vintage 2004 edition Converse
ITT movies set in one location
The Scorpion King is one of the greatest movies of all time.
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Recently I've been really getting into my documentaries, i'll list off the few that I've recently watched, and also wouldn't mind your top 5 or top 10 list, whichever really, I just want to build a to watch list as I'm not as well versed in documentaries as I am kino.
forgot to list the few I've watched recently as well:
> Forbidden Lie$
> Stories We Tell
> The Imposter
> Cartel Land
Sans Soleil by Chris Marker was fantastic. Something about his editing and storytelling was just magical. He can take a shot, throw narration over it and I'm like 'whoa'.
In same vein Night & Fog by Resnais was wonderful.
Landscape Suicide by Benning was also very very good.
What were they thinking?
This was pretty good
ITT your favourite news channels
Picture related is mines and here's an example why
>Waaaaah, I'm rich, everybody loves me and I've had a fulfilling life
>Better kill myself
Why does /tv/ hate this?
what are some hatkinos?
Return of the Jedi is better than The Force Awakens and only reddit disagrees
What are some other movies that are like v for vendetta?
>it's a century egg episode
I never really followed the case, but just finished this documentary. Did she do it?
I don't know. It reminded me my uncle was involved in a pretty big murder trial in the 80s though. The Clarence Bradley thing. Poor guy never even got to see himself portrayed in a movie
tfw just want to have fun watching films but need to go to sleep because its bed time.
Which death will hit you the hardest?
Pic unironically related
When he dies people will start to appreciate them more. Like how anyone becomes instantly beloved after death. He deserves it imo, it's just sad that he'll be dead and not get to experience it.
Why is the CW DCverse better than Marvels films?
What did she mean by this?
Are there any other actors that successfully transitioned from adult entertainment to real movies?
I just finished season 1 and holy shit this show is good.
Emma Roberts is also top tier waifu material
what did /tv/ think of it?
>MFW there are underages here who seriously rate the prequels higher than TFA
The prequels aren't even movies.
>Listening to podcast
>It's a female comedian guest episode