is this right?
I don't understand why anyone could consider it remotely okay to depic violence against women so casually
It didn't look casual to me and if you follow the story you would understand they are sworn enemies so it was quite a specific and targeted violence which had nothing whatsoever to do with her gender
well in the studios defense, its technically a Hispanic man and a white woman. If it was a white man choking a white or god forbid a woman of color, I could understand the outrage.
A Blade Runner-esque Pinocchio story
Not a movie, but I would love to see a mini-series about the first days of MGM or WB.
I've never understood why these studios, who own TV channels, have yet to tell their own stories. I'd tune in to watch Louis Mayer going through the stresses of making movies.
Ten seconds to name your favorite Jeff Goldblum movie.
What went right?
>madara isn't the final villain
>"ANALYZE HIS FIGHT PATTERN!"
>"SCANNING... COUNTERMEASURES READY!"
>"LET'S KICK HIS ASS!"
This was so satisfying.
For me, the movie ended when he put Cap down.
Just finished watching these so I missed the initial shit-storm, how mad was everyone at this ending? It was pretty shit after such a big build up.
TIL that the director of the Warcraft movie is David Bowie's son. fucking lost all respect for him thought he came from that underground shit
what bothers me is that his father is a god and he still wants to wear thick rim black glasses and a generic beard
kids a fag. wont let his fathers name convince me on his wares.
MY NIPPLES LOOK LIKE MILK DUDS
ITT: post non-movie pictures that references a certain movie, others guess
Memories of Murder
No Sympathy For Mr Vengeance
Sympathy For Lady Vengeance
A Bittersweet Life
The Yellow Sea
I Saw The Devil
The Man From Nowhere
Confession of Murder
these are all the Korean movies I've seen. Other movies directed by Korean Gods are Snowpiercer & Stoker.
Where should I go next?
I liked Jurassic Park
who was best Dracula?
lets discuss this masterpiece