>critics everywhere hate Ridiculous 6
>call it the biggest piece of trash ever
>so childish, and rascist and unfunny!
>meanwhile its the most watched movie on Netflix ever
What now, critics?
Our Gang - Lodge Night
Are you a patrician enough dude to appreciate the finer points of this silent classic?
This is an odd title card for a vignette about a night school class covering "Philosophy and its relativity to the antiphlogistic period or can philosophy be traced to the age of the camasaurus, if so why?"
Why does this video game cinematic have better creature/alien designs than any movie from the last decade?
Why does /v/ keep coming here for validation?
there's like 4 different creatures/aliens in that video whose design draw from already existing creatures in other works of fiction and the only reason it looks so nice is because short sub-5 minute shorts like that take over a year to produce
>So this is how liberty dies, with thunderous applause.
>it's a "deadpool trailer plays before movie you're seeing and literally no one in the theater laughs once during the entire thing" episode
My mom literally watches every capeshit flick and even she thought Deadpool looked dumb.
>yfw we'll never get capeshit this good ever again
8 years later and it still hasn't been topped.
Guardians of the Galaxy, Ant-Man, Man of Steel, Watchmen, the Avengers movies, and more
TDK is awful. Ledger's performance in itself is compelling, that's it. Sloppy, self important, dour. Just because its so serious and references deeep adult themes like justice and terror and stuff doesnt make it good.
So according to the leaked Sony emails we're getting a Zorro/Django crossover movie from the Tarantino comic books. Who should play Zorro?
It's about the original Zorro - Don Diego de la Vega - when he's about 70 teaming up with Django.
So what ~70 year old latino actor could play him? You can't cast Antonio Banderas 1. He's too young and 2. He didn't play Don Diego De La Vega- Antonio Banderas did.
Sorry Anthony Hopkins played Don Diego De La Vega.
Do you think if they just ignored the 1990s reboot and made Antonio Banderas made up to look around 70 and pretended he was Don Diego De La Vega it would work? You'd need a younger actor to play an older man anyway- since you're doing very physical stuff.
>In an early scene in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Han Solo and his newest protégé, Rey, prepare to fight a collection of Storm Troopers. Han hands her a blaster. “You might need this,” he says. Rey shoots him an are-you-kidding-me look. “I think I can handle myself,” she says. Han shoots back: “That’s why I’m giving it to you.”
>Aaaaaand there it is. With that brief exchange, the big questions about the new Star Wars and women—would there, uh, be any? Would the film find a way to update Leia’s (in)famous...
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>Rey is a woman who refuses to be defined as one.
they got that right since she has less curves than a refrigerator
>So you're probably wondering how I got here
>Israel Shekelstein comes to you and says he will give you a hundred million dollar budget to make a film
>only catch is he likes the name Chris and the four main players must be these guys
what do you come up with?
>CASTING CALL (2017) (working title)
>When 4 of the HOTTEST actors in hollywood are called in to test for the role of a lifetime, a friendly struggle to get the part soon turns in to a deadly game of kill or be killed.
Who dun it?
An alien race called the Telbachans have been, for the past 36 years, skimming revenue from Manitowoc county. When Avery filed a lawsuit against the county, the Telbachans feared their own revenue would be cut, and so sent out one of their alien crafts- a Marsdonion 4000 - to abduct Teresa Halbach and then plant evidence to frame Steven Avery. They had the motive after all.
This raises reasonable doubt, so Avery should be pardoned by Barack Obama personally, in the very same garage where Halbach was supposedly killed.
Did /tv/ like Ted 2?
I thought it was fucking hilarious, and the whole Comic-Con sequence was pretty neat.
fuck you i liked it
Why is this costume iconic?
What is captivating about a brave, tenacious military leader being depicted as a sex slave? If Han Solo was captured and forced to wear a gimp costume would that have been iconic? If Maximus in Gladiator was forced to fellate his owner, would that have been iconic?
Her bounty hunter outfit is much cooler.
>If Han Solo was captured and forced to wear a gimp costume would that have been iconic? If Maximus in Gladiator was forced to fellate his owner, would that have been iconic?
Probably. The big black dingus scene from the hateful eight is already iconic afterall.
Guess who's back?
>Summer Glau to appear in Season 8 of Castle alongside Firefly co-star Nathan Fillion