Well there's 3 hours I'll never get back.
ITT: Films that were vilified upon release but now understood to be masterpieces.
this was a comedy right? I mean it's fucking stupid
Thoughts on Let the right one in?
I can't decide if it's really good or really bad.
and this is why moviefags >>>>>>>> bookfags
This image is factually wrong. You see words are just different combinations of 26 characters. The characters are used to form symbols which together form the set that is the language.
Really, books are a different combination of all the symbols
read as words if you're retarded, not letters.
books rely heavily on the imagination of the reader, a pleb can read rats in the walls and feel little or you can take your time and really feel that rotted, derelict grotto and the emotions of the protagonist
for film its easier to put words into motion but film can prove more challenging at times
One of these threads
Jesus Christ, really?
>they call this one of Kubrick's best
You lied to me /tv/ this wasn't good at all
oh look. a frogposter. Well this thread is shit now.
tv series to movie transitions usually dont go well.
Were they intelligent?
Why were people so intimidated by him? He didn't even have a fucking gun. Tolliver could have shot him at any time.
Because he was the driving, stabilizing force of the camp. Besides, Dan would've gutted anyone that killed him and burned it to the ground without hesitation.
Al's toughs > Tolliver's toughs
What was her fucking problem?
>"make sure our 62 men are well fed and rested, we have many battles ahead!"
>implying bear island isn't the comfiest house
davos convinced her
davos seems to know how little ladies think, he had lots of experience with shireen
Can anybody explain the meaning of this film to me? Or is the point that there is no meaning?
What's her fucking problem?
What happened to his carrier?
Does anyone else think this movie would have been better if it was an hour longer?