What happened ?
Rate me you losers, you can't afford blue ray
>ib4 Deadpool is Reddit
>revanent is pretentious
>wannabe Japanese person
I've heard it before
youur taste is decent, however, very "i've recently gotten in to film as a hobby" - esq. I can easly tell that you've only been watching "kino" (as you fags call it) for 2-3 years. Hopefully, if you develop right, your taste will be much more interesting in a couple of years.
whats his endgame?
How would you classify horror like this?
They're definitely not like traditional horror.
>movie is 3 hours long
only a problem if you think it's still 1995. most movies are at least 2 hours now and as long as they're making millions upon millions of dollars that isn't going to change. In fact, they may get longer in an effort to try and combat lower ticket sales, kind of a "more for your money" thing.
>for Mad Max: Fury Road, Margaret Sixel had roughly 470 hours of footage to edit
/tv/, what is the worst adaptation you've ever seen?
Are you still watching Rogue One?
Any hype I might've had has been completely deflated by the news of reshoots.
They're basically refilming the whole fucking movie.
Whatever we're getting, good or bad, won't be the director's vision.
Here's the last time we ever got one man's singular vision in a Star Wars movie.
I watched everything when I still worked at a cinema because I could go for free
I think I will pay for maybe 2 movies a year now. This year and next year a shit
No, I will not watch Rogue One
"I'm the postman"
I'll start: A Tale of Two Sisters
Yeah, I'd say so. Probably one of the first "horror" movies I was disappointed with, but I feel ya.
Aside from Tale of two sisters, I also recently saw pic related and liked it quite a bit.
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What do people think of this film?
Honestly one of my favourites.
In pleb terms: it looks very nice and it's a fun watch.
In not-so-pleb terms: Keaton's acting is terrific, there's multiple sub-texts throughout and it's refreshing in terms of style and setting.
What's /tv/'s general consensus on Smallville?
So there are rumors of Disney waiting Miyzaki's death so they can make a "Lord of The Rings" style trilogy about this
what are your thoughts about it?