will the SJW shilling continue after the success of Cucked Neighbours Jew?
To be fair the movie they advertised wasn't the movie we got so most people, like myself and my girlfriend, went to see it and expected another comedy like the first one just to be sick of the movie 20 minutes in. Nobody in the theatre laughed, only chuckled at a couple parts. Chloe's only lines were "ITS SEXIST IF YOU DONT LAUGH AT THIS JOKE" and her calling everything sexist and the Hillary shilling was beyond enough to make me want to walk out but tickets were $15 a piece so I grudgingly stuck it out.
Is he going to stick around and teach the rest of the cast a thing or two about acting?
On the right hand side of this picture, there's like a dent on Stan Smith's head.
Like what is it? It's not a dimple. Too low to be cheek bones. What's it supposed to be?
What part of the body does it correlate with?
Glad someone else noticed, Stan is not symmetrical, there's nothing on the other side of his face to indicate he has this on both sides.
And he has the same Howell on the other side of his face between the end of his mouth and his ear? The jewel on one side is always way bigger than the other and it switches every time he turns his head.
they made it like that so it wouldnt be the same as Peter with his smooth round fat chin. Stans supposed to be cut and in shape although there are a lot of fat jokes made at his expense.
If you're autistic enough to let one side character (who is there to appeal to children) ruin a movie for you, then you are the problem.
You can go on about the scripts, directing and acting all day long but the people who complain about Jar Jar just feel like inbred man-children
>People literally think that Star Wars isn't made for kids
Why are British television shows so boring?
because you're watching the wrong ones
What is the essential /footy/ core /tv/?
if she wanted to do a cyberpunk she'd make a great Molly
Remember when Al Pacino was relevant?
He completely lost it in the 90s. It's amazing how much of an actor's talent can be in the voice. If you had only seen his movies from the 90s onwards you'd have no idea why he's so revered. That's why I'm not anticipating the Scorsese/DeNiro/Pacino movie with any excitement.
LEAVE JOKER'S ANUS TO ME
can /tv/ recommend some italian/mediterranean dramas with interesting human interactions, feeling of geography and local culture, similar to Nebraska and Mondays in the Sun.
L'ultima cosa bella
Un borghese piccolo piccolo (saddest movie ever)
Gesù è morto per i peccati degli altri
All Claudio Caligari movies
Le mani sulla città
So /tv/ whats the consenus on Se7en?
Its my favorite of Finchers, it has a great atmosphere and score plus the box was brilliant. But I think that was mainly because it wasnt spoiled
It's a great thriller. The youngsters on /tv/ will shit on it as a meme not knowing that Seven was influential as hell and fresh at the time. It's not the movie's fault that everything for about 15 years after copied it, ruining its allure.
it's brilliant, but more importantly every time I watch it I can't believe how much it holds up technically.
Go look at almost any other fucking film from 1995 and then look at Seven. It's ridiculous.
I don't know what Fincher knew about lenses in the mid-90s that nobody else knew, but they never caught up to him.
ITT : "Villains" that did nothing wrong
>doesn't fight in the battle of the hornburg
>doesn't fight in the battle of pelennor fields
>doesn't march on the black gate
>turns up for the party
What the fuck was his problem?
He had no faith in humanity anymore and was busy protecting Rivendell from invasion. Just because we don't see the other battles around Middle-earth doesn't mean they weren't being attacked too. I also think there's an element of the elves not wanting to solve all of the humans' problems when they were about to leave Middle-earth forever.
>For every human you save, we'll kill a million more!
What did she mean by this?