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Got two and a half episodes into this and was extremely bored. Visually, it just irked me.
I was okay at first. Maybe I need to KEE watching. I just fucking hate some of the characters like the prison guy, and his fucking scaredy pants attitude all the time wears thin.
I like it because it doesn't take itself seriously and stuff actually happens episode to episode. It's not afraid to pull punches, so you actually believe someone may die often etc.
Yeah suppose. I think it was my frame of mood at the time,'I've been meaning to start watching it again. It did seem pretty decent.
In regards to that it shocked me what happened during the second episode with someone dying. Didn't expect that.
You know remember Vanilla Sky
If Buzz actually thought he was the real Buzz Lightyear, why did he freeze up like the other toys when humans were around?
If humans are so intelligent, why do 90% of them believe in an invisible intangible deity?
Alice has her first acid trip, the movie.
Reminder that Alice in Wonderland was written by a pedophile who was in love with an 11 year old named Alice Liddell, who he wanted to marry. lewis carroll took photos of the 11 year old child with her nipple showing
Find a flaw.
Can we take a moment to appreciate how much of a modern feminist dream-come-true Mulan would be if it was released today? It ticks of all the boxes a handful of times. Women "don't need no man", is smarter than the guys, completes military training, is the hero, all the good stuff.
Don't get me wrong, it's great, but it's great exactly because it wasn't abject pandering to a flavour of the month political cause.
My point is: Why is Mulan so rarely mentioned when feminists discuss feminazi-approved Disney movies? When they say...
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>Why is Mulan so rarely mentioned when feminists discuss feminazi-approved Disney movies?
You must not read very many feminist discussions of Disney films.
>Mulan already did it. In 1998.
"They did it once 18 years ago now they never have to do it again," is that how you think it works?
>Can we take a moment to appreciate
What's with the tumblr-style opening line?
Looking for stuff similar to the original Ghost in the Shell. Any good grimy, dystopian animoos to recommend?
What is the best Arnold film?
Is it impossible not to like this man
why are films doing this?
it really bothers me and i keep seeing it happen. fullscreen name of the location...fucking idiotic. what happened to the typewrighter in the left corner..?
They say many times that he is a genius and that various ad agencies are fighting for him, yet he is never working or creating in the series. I think they show him working or having brilliant ideas on what, 3 episodes throughout the series? They do not help the audience to imagine him as a creative genius, not even as a hard worker. He just looks like a good-looking guy in a suit, maybe a good card in public relations, but nothing more.
They build up his aura to great levels, but never deliver.
Are you joking, or did you just not understand that his job is to generate ideas and that he's brilliant at it because he is literally doing that all day long because he's trapped in a perpetual state of reading between the lines of the world?
I just watched it and loved it! But people around me hated it in the movie theater. What is the general consensus here?
Who are some revered directors that you don't like? I can't get into Godard, Ozu, or Antonioni at all
Actors you could probably beat the living shit out of
What does /tv/ think of Friends?