Did anybody see The Lobster?
I just saw it yesterday and...I didn't really like it, neither did the people I saw it with. It was just too into it's own concept and the deadpan humor was just too much. The vibe of the movie was off...I liked the first bit in the hotel but the rest of the movie was just exhausting and too long. And the ending was unsatisfying.
>dating is equally hard for women
Stopped watching there.
1st half I was laughing my ass off, 2nd half was total shit
I was really disappointed because I thought that the second half was leading up to some sort of "beta uprising" allegory (they were literally called "the loners", i don't think that was too ridiculous to expect), but then it just didn't go anywhere
Main problem with the film, to put it succinctly, is that when he leaves the hotel the allegory/satire stops making sense, so it just became a boring pile of shit
Exactly, it's like the movie just lost it's point once he left. The allegory did stop making sense and I don't know...I wasn't afraid to tell my friends afterwords that at that point of the movie, I just "didn't get it."
I think you just had to buy into this world and this concept so much and I wasn't willing to, because they weren't making it very easy.
Rejected names for Mad Max
Rank the 2016 films you've seen so far
1. Green Room
2. 13 Hours
3. Hardcore Henry
4. 10 Cloverfield Lane
5. Hail Caesar!
6. Pee-Wee's Big Holiday
7. The Lobster
8. The Nice Guys
9. Avengers Shitpile 12 (Civil War)
10. Xmen: Apocashit
11. The Bronze
12. Batman v. Superman
Is it just me or has 2016 been pretty awful? Only 2 really great movies so far. Almost everything has been disappointing.
>expect movie for children by it's book adaptation
WHAT THE FUCK
>suing the assistant
Is there anything she cant do?
Even without makeup she's a solid 10
What did you think? Does it live up to the hype?
The difference is substantial. The Director's Cut is the true version of the film, whereas the Theatrical Cut was made especially for the theatrical release because they were worried that the full version was too impenetrable, and too bleak, for mainstream audiences. Pretty much all the stuff about the wider political situation in Indonesia is cut out, so that it revolves pretty much entirely around Anwar, Herman and Adi's scenes. It's more streamlined, sure, but I can't help but feel it leaves...
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DUDE GETTING STABBED MULTIPLE TIMES IN THE STOMACH WON'T KILL YOU LMAO
>Plot Armor: The Show
Anyone notice the Diablo gold drop sound clip used almost 10 times in this scene alone?
Later when Arya tosses a pouch of coins to the boatman the exacy same sound clip
Recycled over and over and over in this episode. Couldn't ignore it.
Holy fucking kek are D&D Blizzard shills or something
Wow... I'm in shock. Michael Bay made this and it's 10x better than American Sniper or Lone Survivor. What's going on?
What a technically superb movie...
for once, Michael Bay wasn't the worst thing about a movie. but that doesn't mean it was great. the script failed to differentiate between any of the six protagonists in any meaningful way. they're not defined by anything more than "soldier with a family", except for the one that reads philosophy and the one who plays video games.
>brotherhood without banners kill his only friends
>ayy dude i will travel to king's landing and will kill my brother
Why are Cleganebowl fags so delusional?
Not even Nolan's Batman trilogy could manage to have each film to be better than the last.
Truly, Captain America is the first ever capekino trilogy.
The score is not of "how good it is." It's just of how many people liked it over how many people didn't like it.
It says nothing about how much they liked it. It's 50/50 Thumbs up or down.
ITT We post God-Tier Soundtracks
Whole franchise gets shit even though first movie was decent AND had an amazing soundtrack.
What tv show is this?
What's going to happen when Marge's VO cannot do the voice anymore? She doesn't sound too good: