Oh how times have changed.
Dear Lord Jesus, I am ready to die.
You've been tasked to remake Lethal Weapon.
Who are your leads?
Why is this considered good?
I just saw it. It's not as bad as I feared, but not great. The crowd seemed to like it quite a bit, so it will probably get good word of mouth started.
1. All the leaks are true
2. The dance scene starts in the movie, but doesn't take place. They disco pose and then the dancing is used over the end credits.
3. The end battle is an action scene in 1970s Times Square. They fight ghosts from all time periods with various new weapons McKinnon's character invents.
What was his fucking problem?
>2 years older than me
>looks in her thirties
Listening to the Alien soundtrack for the first time and absolutely loving it. What are /tv/'s favorite movie soundtracks?
Most of the Miyazaki movies I can watch over and over again because of Joe Hisaishi's scores. On the subject of JP composers also Yuji Ohno who did Castle of Cagliostro and most of the Lupin III music.
Also Hans Zimmer is great, a really underrated score by him was A League of their Own.
Lion King soundtrack is perfect while on mushrooms
The Revenant, even though it is a massively overrated movie, has an amazing soundtrack by Ryuichi Sakamoto.
John Carpenters Halloween is a classic, got to see him live a couple weeks ago, was amazing
What does the "D'or" mean ?
What other actors do you think get lost in MOST of their characters (not just 1 movie or actors that just play themselves)
Sucker Punch (Extended Cut) was a treatise on the objectification of women as seen through the eyes of various nerd subcultures. The prism by which the movie is shown self reflects to the viewer their own ugliness.
It's a hypnotizing take on psychological trauma. It cleverly turns it into an esoteric, theatrical, fantasy extravaganza. Its own nakedness makes people feel shameful and uncomfortable.
It's a movie that literally hates its own audience and spits on them.
>"“I wanted to rub the human race in its own vomit, and force it to look in the mirror.”" - J.G. Ballard
If that isn't true kino, I don't fucking know what is.
>You are wrong about Sucker Punch by The Escapist
>You Don't Understand Sucker Punch by Antisocial Commentary
at the end of the day even if this is all true who the fuck cares, same with spring breakers, i went in to see hot girls and that's what i got, if "It's a movie that literally hates its own audience and spits on them" who cares? i got what i wanted. literally as stupid as feminists "protesting" by showing her tits, thanks for the tits
Can a Cucknisher fan (a fan of The Punisher) explain how 3 different directors couldn't make a single good movie of The Punisher?
What is fundamentally wrong with your favorite character or what is it that the movies just can't deliver?
>not liking based Dolph
That's your fault, OP. Out of everyone to play the character so far, only Dolph is physically imposing enough to walk into a room and make everyone shit their pants.
And it's got ninjas, dude. Punisher vs. Ninjas. If you can't get into that, the problem is yours, not the movie's.
Part of the problem with making a Punisher movie is that his story is one of an ongoing, unending war, and it's maybe hard to convey that in two hours while also providing a self-contained story arc.
How do you make a satisfying movie that also shows that wiping out a given crime syndicate is really just another month's work for Frank? That once his injuries are healed, he'll go out and find a new target and do it again?
Why did the snake thank Harry here?
Anyone seen this? Reviews are so mixed but respectable critics seem to like it
ITT: superior sitcoms
just went through mad about you first season and it is really great.
what are other god-tier sitcoms from the 90s?