>overrated: The Shining
Bringing Up Baby
Today We Live
Land of the Pharaohs
Is it overrated?
Just finished pic related. I'm looking for some other series with good camera work and cinematography, not just lavish sets. What are most impressively shot series?
>Superman is about to step out of the shadows on "Supergirl."
>Warner Bros. TV has officially announced that the Man of Steel will appear on the first two episodes of "Supergirl's" second season. Casting is under way for the iconic role.
Where were you when Johns took down the embargo
>gets away with it
They only arrest you if you try to kill the President. Plus it's likely Professor Xavier just wiped the event from everyone's mind. Like he did in DOFP where he frees Magneto and is never held accountable.
that part where he carries the dead child out of the burning apartment building and the childs mother just started hitting and screaming at him was fucking heavy dude. i haven't been able to sleep well since i watched it.
Is Nolan actually gay? Why the fuck has he never done a sex scene or even an affectionate kiss?
What did /tv/ think?
Is there a cleaner, purer form of kino than Paris, Texas? No, I don't think there is.
>Dwarves all lost their rings due to being greedy dicks.
>Men with Rings all became Ring Bitchslaves.
>Gandalf, Galadriel and Elrond dont even use their fucking rings, whats the point in even owning one?
>Sauron gets his Ring snatched by some smug asshole who gets killed because he wasnt wearing the fucking Ring.
so these mystical Rings. why are they so shit?
Galadriel does use her ring, but only to mask her realm from sauron and his evil.
Gandalf uses his ring to manipulate and be immune to fire
Elrond... we'll yea better he has i and does nothing.
and their 3 rings were made without being tainted by the one ring but they still would succumb to its power.
Besides batman and Harley Quinn, will they ever have 10/10 casting again?
Let's have a Jurassic Park thread /tv/
Talk about your favorite character, dinosaur, scene, whatever.
Was this sitcom any good?
What are /tv/'s thoughts about who could play the new James Bond?
Apparently new favourite is Aidan Turner, who i think is great, just think he might be 'too irish', but if he bulks up and does a David Tennant and gets rid of his accent for it then he'd be good.
A while back Idris Elba was hyped, opnions?
Haven't been on /tv/ for two years.
What's the difference between kino, cinema, action, movie, and flick?
Why ask /tv/ when you can ask the USC School of Cinematic Arts.