This is pretty much the best thing on TV in terms of characters for years.
is he supposed to look like a Tiger with down syndrome?
ITT movie quotes you are using in real life situations.
I'll start: "You can fire your arrows from the tower of Babel, but you can never strike God" - Xmen Apocalypse
I usually say it when i go shopping
If Pain and Gain didn't already do it, does this finally end the "Michael Bay sucks" meme?
This felt so aptly directed, restrained and measured compared to his previous works. It's tonally cohesive, action is always perfectly decipherable and incredibly effective in building tension through visual storytelling. The script is surprisingly really good, with its attention to details, characterization, understanding of a complex geopolitical chessboard, depiction of power dynamics and tactical situations. Like American Sniper, it's far from mindless...
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All time best director let's go
So is this an Orson Welles thread or do you want to know who I think is the all time best director? Pic related.
Fact: MPC-HC is the one true media player. VLC is for embryos.
Prove me wrong.
PotC created a whole subgenre (or reinvigorated) of the adventure/action genre:
Despite all 4 films being hugely successful at the box office, no other rival films have popped up to challenge it
So there's a huge market going untapped, nevermind that people are slowly getting tired of capeshit
As long as the trailer's decent, it will do gangbusters
Based Robert Kirkman, creator of the Walking Dead, explains his dissatisfaction with the ASOIAF creator
>"I would never do that," Kirkman says. "That's the one thing I'm disappointed in George R.R. Martin for doing. He should have just been like, 'F--- you.' You make it up now, I'll get to mine when I'm ready."
>you will never sniff the anus of a beautiful woman after she has shat out her morning logs and the boquet is at its most powerful and some crystlized poo crystals whaft up your nasal passarges
essential horror kino?
start with the original 70's one and watch them all. totally worth it. Has to be the original revenge horror movie.
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How did you get a link to this unless you're a marketer?
I mean it would explain the sticky about spoilers that showed up when this trash flick came out
>"our last working mine ran dry three years ago"
so what the fuck was this? did they ever bring this up again?
what was the point
I just watched Genisys.
Kyle Reese shouldn't be played by the actor who played him, this alone subtracted much from the movie. I liked Emilia Clarke as Sarah, that was succesful casting I think the plot was a little contrived
I thought the movie was awesome, amazing, and I don't care about the rest. They did some good shit there. I am a fan of the style of the Star Trek "reboots" and surprised that Terminator finally did something unique in the world of timelines, that isn't totally rudimentary "WE HAVE TO GO BACK" bullshit that's been done for 4 movies and a tv series.
Why is Funkhouser such an asshole? He's even more of an insufferable prick than Larry, and that's saying something.
>Go into his friends house uninvited
>Hear friend having sex
>Don't leave and just listen
>Woman friend is fucking says offensive stuff during sex
>When it's over, yells at friend for what his lover shouted during private intercourse
Funkhouser has always been a dickhat.
WE'LL BE FRIENDS!!! WE'LL GO TO LUNCH EVERY DAY!!! EVERY DAY!!