>"In the dream, they took me into the light"
Entire theater: "Oh thank god it was just a stupid dream."
I remember seeing that. The movie had a solid 8/10 from me up until fucking bats started lifting Bruce up. It set the tone for the rest of the film: just when you think it's getting good, we drop a fucking bizarre bombshell on you.
Is 10 Cloverfield Lane a modern day masterpiece?
Brazil for me. The last twenty minutes were pretty great, but everything before was just kind of meh
I liked it....
What is the best talk show of all time and why is it Space Ghost Coast to Coast?
How has DC's logo steadily got worse over the past decade? Why not go back to the classic 1976 one?
(I'm posting this in /tv/ because people actually watch the movies and TV shows but no-one buys comics anymore)
This guy was miles better than Stallone in the movie and he got almost no recognition at the big awards. Why?
what the fuck is wrong with her?
did a bee sting her face?
This was surprisingly okay.
Have any of you guys seen it? What did you think?
Verdict so far?
Premiere seemed improved in quality over the last season.
When will he get to play a major role in something again?
>In recent months, a number of A-listers have had their say on male objectification in Hollywood, including ‘Game Of Thrones’ star Kit Harington, who shared his thoughts on the matter earlier this week.
>Speaking to ES Magazine, he explains: “It’s our time as men to be on the receiving end of the stick. I grew up with women so I’ve always been aware of it.
>“When my mother and I walked to the grocery store, men would circle the block in cars. It was very scary, especially as...
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Why don't you guys like these movies?
Obviously they're not as good as Lord of the Rings, but they're pretty comfy.
Some of the worst CGI Ive ever seen in a big budget film
>Quicksilver shows up, whole theater cheers and claps
Thoughts on her brilliant analysis of There Will be Blood?