Are you all excited for Tom Cruise's 'The Mummy'?
Here are some leaked pictures of Sofia Boutella in her role:
The cinematic universe to save modern day cinema
What was his fucking problem?
Is this true?
This is the first time I read about such a prediction
Did anyone else find this movie actually pretty funny?
>Watched it the week it came out
>Now, I still can't understand how I didnt hate it
Jim Carrey recounts first time meeting Tommy Lee Jones:
>"I walked into a restaurant the night before our big scene in The Riddler's lair and [Tommy was there]. I went up to say hi and the blood drained from his face, in such a way that I realized that I had become the face of his pain. He got up, kind of shaking, hugged me and said 'I hate you. I really don't like you.' And I was like 'Wow, ok. Well, what's going on man?' And he said, 'I cannot sanction your buffoonery.' He did not want to work...
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>Sony ran out of material to adapt or reboot for their blockbuster
>they announced a competition for those whoever has the most interesting and original idea for their blockbuster movie will get a big reward
>as addition, they told you that you can be involved heavily over the development and creative process, such as story element, picking director, writer, actor, and etc.
what are you going to pitch?
Excuse me, /tv/, but if you could take the time out of your day to stop shitposting and compile a list of essential sci-fi kino I would appreciate it, I'm bored and need some shit to watch.
Our list begins with Alien (1979), whether you like it or not
>no overarching storyline
>episodes completely gloss over seemingly major events in the previous episode
>conflicts constantly left unresolved
Anyone else hate when otherwise funny shows do this?
It feels like the writers didn't actually expect anyone to watch an entire season in chronological order
I gave this show a chance, and I really wanted to like it, because some of it and a lot of the characters are really funny. But I just can't stand Adam Sanberg's face.
>no overarching storyline
Don't start your argument with something patently untrue. There is definitely one each season, and it not only gets more and more prominent throughout the season, but also from season to season.
I wouldn't mind them increasing it a mite more tho
how do i enjoy life
What are some flicks about emos/scene kids?
What the fuck was his problem?
Nothing. He was just a guy doing his job. If anything, for the most part his kills were pretty merciful and quick. He only really got harsh with people who either fucked with him (Woody Harrelson) or tried to escape (Josh Brolin).
ON season 6 of Parks and Rec, does anyone else get really fucking annoyed at this show? My friends all pitched it as a good Office-type show, but jesus fuck, I hate half the characters in this show.
Leslie Knope is annoying, and pretty much every single one of her "jokes" consists of "I MEMORIZE EVERY DATE AND WORK VERY HARD XD". Ben is just anti-funny, only serving the purpose of the straightman while also sucking up showtime. (leslie+ben is fucking cancer on screen, not even remotely funny.)
Jerry is like, they attempted to do Toby from the office but just overdid it. I realize that this is debatable, but I think a lot of the comedy from toby was that everyone didn't like him, but only Michael was childish enough to outright hate him.
Every episode is the same, they get themselves in a situation and only at the end do they do a speech between two characters that's like "yeah i know we disagreed but i learned my lesson and you're right we're besties xd".
I will admit that about half the cast is genuinely funny, Chris, Tom, Ron, Andy, and even April (who i'm starting to really hate) are actually funny (if not heavily flanderized already). It's just such a shame that its littered with garbage writing. Like did anyone actualyl think the chris-ann storyline was good? At all? Or how leslie is currently being fucked by her town and EVERY character is just repeating to her "You do really great work and it's just unappreciated".
Im on the london episode and i just turned off my TV when april started reading the letter to her.
I realize im fucking mad and ranting over a tv show, but jesus christ, why is this show so popular. am i just retard? do i have shit tastes?
LOl this is my first time on /tv/, I legit just came here to shitpost about this show. All my friends like it, I seem to be the only one who can't enjoy it.
I really did enjoy the first 3 seasons but it's just been 2 seasons of garbage and repetitiveness at this point.
>movie hopping (n)
>the practice of buying tickets to a movie at a multiplex movie theatre and staying for additional films at no extra charge.
Does /tv/ movie hop?
1) What's the most movies you've seen with with one ticket?
2) Tell us your tips for movie hopping.
3) Have any goals for movie hopping?
Im still baffled that Jon Favreau directed and started the whole MCU
Unironically, it was a mistake. The only movie after Iron Man that I genuinely liked was Winter Soldier. I was utterly disappointed by all this futuristic mumbo-jumbo in sequels (but I liked Rockwell's villain from IM2).
Truthfully, why aren't you seeing Ghostbusters?