Is it the best Craig Bond movie?
>Bond crying under the shower and having oneitis
>trendy (and already terribly dated) parkour chase shot in shakycam
>80% of the movie is people playing poker with all the worst clichés seen in every single other poker scene in Hollywood
Sometimes I really struggle to understand how Bond/Casino Royale fans can be so delusional. Is it just blindness induced by the intro, which is pretty good but doesn't reflect at all what the rest of the movie is like?
How is this possible?
>"As originator of the original: Saw test screening of new movie. Apart from brilliant, genuine performances from the cast both female and male, it has more laughs and more scares than the first 2 films," wrote Aykroyd, "plus Bill Murray is in it! As one of millions of man-fans and Ray Stantz, I'm paying to see that and bringing all my friends!"
Post your most hallowed /tv/ related confession
I fell asleep while watching No Country for Old Men in theaters. Woke up right when the credits started.
What's your favorite sketch comedy troupe?
I just marathoned the first episode of this show, but it didn't seem that interesting.
Does it get better with later episodes?
It does get quite good, but it's Fimmel's acting that really carries it, and the overall story is well done. There are, however, a handful of scenes/plot devices that are pretty annoyingly stupid...but I've been able to overlook them and really enjoy it.
this wasnt that good. why is it considered being so great? it was kind of comfy but nothing felt really inspiring or new more like babbys first beta coming of age story. emma watsons character was also REALLY unlikable but it didnt seem intended.
while Emma Watson was filming this movie, in real-life she was taking Asian cock in her. Picture that in your mind when you rewatch this movie.
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No shit. Pretty much the only redeeming moment David Brent has in the entire show is where he finally tells one of the other bullying cunts to fuck off when he insults the girl he has taken out who genuinely likes him.
ITT: Movies /tv/ tricked you into watching, but which turned out to be pleb filters
Thoughts on the new season coming out?
I'm looking forward to T-BAG and a good escape from that prison. Shame mahone and a few other characters won't be in it. I also heard T-BAG is only in one episode which is going to fucking suck.
It's amazing how many movies are based on his works, and how few of them actually get the point. The only ones that at least somewhat "got it" were perhaps Blade Runner (which completely went against the tone of Electric Sheep) and, funnily enough, Total Recall.
What do you guys think?
Also, ITT: list your favorite and least favorite Phillip K. Dick films and what you liked about them.
Who will play him in the inevitable biopic.
What was his fucking problem?
>unsullied, hella crazy great fighters
>get rekt by a ragtag group of fanatics
They're not fanatics, they're loyalists. They're also hidden in plain sight as whores, merchants, allies and so on. It's been pretty much explained, did we watch the same show?
So can anyone turn into a white walker by tripping and landing on a piece of dragonglass?