Fucking Matt Groening knew it would happen, but didn't warn us.
Gay steel mill confirmed for next attack!
What is the greatest movie about medieval Europe and why is it pic related?
No seriously I need help
Usually Asylum is okay about just pissing in the stuidos direction but never hitting them full on in their face, they've come close a few times though. This one however seems like it fails the "idiot in a hurry" test pretty damn hard and will end up getting them sued.
Honestly I'm surprised it hasn't happened yet.
So, this is what true kino looks like...
this film is proof that jeff nichols is egomaniac.
the kid - jeff nichols himself - he 'sees' things that no one can and is 'special' among unspecial pople
parents of the kid - parents of jeff nichols, who helped him and supported him all the time when he was struggling director in the middle of nowhere, ultimately this film is jeffs ode to his parents.
world in another dimension at the end of the film - hollywood, where all other 'special' people come
what's the best example of a comedian doing a serious role? besides obviously pic related and Mike Meyers' Hitler
don't they all have like abused and neglected childhoods and thath's why the ended up doing comedy? I bet they have real darkness when they do deep roles.
What do you think of the Purge movies?
>2 would give their lives to protect you, the others will do anything to kill you
Which 2 do you choose as your protectors? They are loyal and they hang out with you. You start out at home with your protectors. Whether you stay there or scram and go into hiding is up to you.
What a story, Mark
You can say that again
When's the James Franco film coming out?
So I finally got around to watching this, and I don't understand the hate that /tv/ gave it.
Its pretty damn good, has a very Reservoir Dogs feel which I thought was great. Kurt Russel's acting was really great, a long with everyone else. Admittedly, Samuel L Jackson kind of fell into a cliche role that he usually does, but it was great to see him get blown the fuck out at the end and left helpless.
The scenes were really tense, Kurt Russel finding out the letter was a forgery and looking heart broken really got to me, and I thought Mannix's character...
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I agree OP, I saw it for the first time yesterday and was surprised by how much I enjoyed it, considering I went in expecting to hate it after the months of bigblackdingusposting I endured last year.
I don't know if it's tarantula's best written film or best acted film, but next to Inglourious Basterds and Reservoir Dogs, it might be his best shot film. Imagine shooting 2 hours worth of footage in that tiny cabin in panavision. You can watch every scene two or three times because half the cast is always on screen.
honestly, I think the dingus scene was taken out of context. he just got done explaining how he baited white men by lying, and then goes over to get revenge because he probably felt bad about lying, so he wanted to shoot some murdering perceived racist.
What scene in The Sopranos made you the most mad and why was it the bit when those ratfucks sent Feech back to the can?
What in the fuck did I just watch? This was disturbing as fuck.
I can honestly say that I did not feel sympathy for any character at any point. Every single character had an nonredeemable quality no matter how much harm was inflicted upon them.
What is he thinking?
How come /tv/ never talks about this show anymore?
I love horror movies, but I suck at watching them. I went to see pic related with my fiance and her family and the parts where I knew there were gonna stuff popping out or whatever made me look away and shit.
How do I fix myself? I don't want to be a beta faggot any longer /tv/. Halp