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What are some essential loneliness/depression films
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HoH (Head of Household):
>John McTiernan, director of the hugely successful ’80s action movie “Die Hard,” is disappointed in Hollywood’s recent output — specifically “Mad Max: Fury Road” and the “Captain America” films. “There is action but not of human beings. These are films made by fascists,” McTiernan told French movie magazine Premiere.
>When asked specifically about last year’s “Fury Road,” which won six out of the 10 Academy Awards...
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Who would you rather have on your crew?
ITT: films you watch annually
More like at least twice a year.
I watch this one every day about 30 times. It's a little weird.
Davison loves the fans edition
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Which season was better?
S1 is great, S2 is good
They feel like two different shows. The atmosphere is different, all the splitscreen shots and
UFOstuff in S2 cheapened it a bit for me, but I still enjoyed it. Just not as much as the first
We name our top 5 films. R8 or H8
>2001: A Space Odyssey
Watching the Preacher t.v. series makes me wonder if Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg really understand the Preacher comic book series at all. The comics aren't really about religion. Instead, they explore issues of masculinity like honor, friendship, brotherhood, standing up to injustice and other things girls don't understand. The series is basically a Western and Jesse Custer is a cowboy who was raised by a marine corps veteran and John Wayne to always have his buddy's back, protect women, and stand up to the bad guys. Instead, the television series focuses on Jesse as a preacher and changes entire aspects of his backstory and personality to reflect that. I suspect this was done because writing the arc of the rise and fall of a preacher is easier and in this current climate mocking religion is far more palatable than promoting masculinity.
It's a real shit adaptation of the comic so far, Tulip and Jesse's relationship is the driving factor of the book yet its impossible to see them even like each other based on where the show is heading.
I work at the studio, they gave copies of the comics to literally every one but I never saw one being read and they all ended up in stacks around the offices
>Use the iconic line "Until the end of the world" from the comics during a scene where there is absolutely no buildup or meaning
I have never raged so hard in my life
What did she mean by this ?
At what age did you realize Judy was the best character and that Doug was a proto nu-male cuck that potentially damaged a growing legion of young boys?
find a flaw
It's 1992 and this guy slaps your gf's ass at the club. What do?
Recommend me some quintessential movies of the 1950s.