In retrospect, it wasn't such a bad movie. Sure, a little weird, but It was original and it expanded the Star Wars universe. That's more than can be said about the new one.
>tfw never once hated the prequels, either personally or to fit in
They're not as good as the OT, sure, but unlike most of the autistic fanbase I dont mind watching them as they all have their enjoyable parts.
were fucking BTFO again............................
nope JJ cucks BTFO
>Sadly, the exhilaration doesn’t last. You know Star Wars: The Force Awakens is in trouble from the opening action scene, which is a standard compound shoot-out that’s notably lacking originality. In fact, all of the action and visual effects are surprisingly mediocre — there’s nothing here that makes us say wow, which is a flaw given how creative the Star Wars movies have historically been.
Have you fucks even seen Scenes From A Marriage the television cut? Have you ever witnessed the beauty that is the Silence of God Trilogy? Or the life affirming grandeur of Wild Strawberries? I guess what I'm getting at /mu/ is: Do you faggots even into Ingmar Bergman?
>I see through the lies of the Jedi! I do not fear the Dark Side as Yudu!
Who was Yudu and why was this character not mentioned until towards the end of the movie?
How did Darth Maul lose to Obi Wan when he had the higher ground?
What went wrong?
It started with her uncle Chuck Schumer. Nepotism allowed her to get into the industry and "succeed". Without nepotism, without the influence of Jewish relatives, she'd be another struggling nobody.
>Amy Schumer has been cast as a female Jedi warrior for Star Wars Episode 8.
Fuck yes, based Disney
I remember seeing her for the first time doing a Comedy Central Roast maybe the one for Charlie Sheen, and she was introduced by the host as a nobody lol and she litteraly was!
Apparently she was dating Anthony Jeselnik (what a douche and unfunny toad) and her jokes were not bad, but i never thought she'd grow famous this quickly.
I'd rather see Amy Poelher and Tina Fey doing a live show forever. Or Sarah Silverman. You can add other names, they are all pretty much funnier than Schumer.
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TIL When Matt LeBlanc auditioned for the role of Joey in "Friends" he only had $11 dollars to his name. When the cast got their paychecks, the first thing that Courteney Cox bought was a car. Matt LeBlanc bought a hot dinner.
Which movie was best?
Will you shield your kids from watching capeshit, spaceshit and blockbusters? Raise them how the jews raise theirs to never fall in line with the cattle
If you forbid them to watch it they'll just watch it in secret and it'll be a better experience for them. Best thing to do is just watch good movies around them and hope they get some of your taste.
Just pray your kid doesn't grow up to be a pleb
The best thing is to immerse yourself in capeshit for their benefit. They'll see you as embarrassing and will be put off it for life while rebelling and watching high art. It's a tough life but you'd do anything for your kids.
Fuck that I'm not becoming a pleb just so my kid won't be. That little shit can make his own decisions
>Married, a father and pushing 40, Smith is no longer a trustworthy chronicler of 20-something slackers. He still can devise an impressively gamy set piece, but he's misplaced the humanity of his best work.
What did he mean by this?
Why are film reviews so full of pretentious buzzwords and so lacking in actual meaning?
He's a competent filmmaker but he will never make anything that truly connects with his fanbase because he isn't one of them anymore.
I think people like his podcast though, so I guess his fanbase has shifted from Mallrats era Smith.
When will we get a sequel to The Shining?
Ends in less than an hour, already 1 fresh review.
Predict the score and become king of /tv/.
R2 I'm already a demon