I usually hate movies but I love this one. Any more like this? Seen Lock Stock and I love that as well.
Re watching LOST after about 5 years
forgot about this fucking beauty
who else should i be looking for, i can't really remember what's going on here.
>not wanting to be Claire's baby daddy
Juliet is best girl though
As an avid social progressive free thinker what are some good films for me?
Show me your recent purchases /tv/.
Post your DVD/VHS/Blu-Ray/Laserdisc collections too.
Please keep it civil, if you prefer piracy that's perfectly fine but that's not what this thread is about.
Anyway, I heard about Craig quitting as bond so I bought his films. I personally loved him and what he brought to the role. Skyfall looks incredible on Blu-Ray.
Are full time critics worth paying attention to?
They give their working life attention to movies. This is very different from you, who give your free time attention to it.
They perceive movies in an entirely different way from the average person.
Do you find value in their opinions, or do you rather get movie opinions and reviews from people who watch them in free time as well?
I just use review scores as a basic starting point to decide if i want to see a movie or not. Obviously if i see lots of reviews giving a movie a shit score like 5/10 i won't even bother, so i guess critics do have a lot of influence on me
I was overjoyed when I heard on /tv/ that this charlatan had finally died, but I was also saddened by the fact that he hadn't suffered that much before deciding that he could insult film criticism no longer. The pain and suffering that he went through is only a fraction of the evil that he inflicted on the millions of cinematically illiterate teenagers. When I found out that the old fart had finally decided to not assault the public with his adolescent approach to art, I pulled off the framed picture of Armond...
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Why did the Borg Queen seem so thirsty?
A Clockwork Orange is one of the worst Kubrick films, even Lolita is better.
The Wire is easily the worst of the HBO trinity.
Simpsons peaked at season 3 and went downhill way before season 9. It was already shit by season 6.
City Lights is the only good Chaplin film.
takovsky was nothing but a cinematographer, not even a director
zulawski belongs on a stage not on the screen
daniel craig was the only good james bond
if you really can't see how good BvS is, you shouldn't watch anything besides Marvel movies
House of Cards is not that good. Frank Underwood's character always has things figured out. "Oh no. Things didn't go as planned. Well that's all right because I anticipated this happening and now I'm going to do it this way now."
When you watch characters like Walter White or Tywin Lannister you get a strong sense that they have no idea how things will play out and they are deeply concerned about it. Not so with Frank Underwood.
I sure have my work cut out for me this voting season
And it looks like netflix reeeeeeeeally wants my vote, too (even if the first box never fucking came for some reason)
Remakes that are superior to the original.
Were any of you alive to see it happen live on TV?
>Amber Heard has filed a lawsuit against Doug Stanhope over a guest column that the comic published on TheWrap on May 29, in which Stanhope said that Heard was blackmailing her husband Johnny Depp.
Who will she sue next?
>create a system where every parallel system of value is easily converted into the monetary
>be surprised when the exchange rate of every other value plummets in relation to money
Chaos is a ladder edition
OLD THREAD: >>70401498
Who will play him in the inevitable biopic?
You have the ability to add or change 1 line in a movie... what do you do?
I give you five minutes when we get there. Anything happens in that five minutes and I'm yours. No matter what. Anything a minute on either side of that and you're on your own. I don't sit in while you're running it down. I don't carry a gun. I fuck.