Favourite flick of 2016
Post yours or die in a car fire
>early 2000's american high school movie
>I'm in too deep starts playing
>everything, even real sets, looks fake
How did we end like this?
Is Peter Dinklage a meme actor? Aside from GoT everything he did bombed hard.
Not necessarily a meme actor, but anything he's in where the role isn't "midget" will always have him as a pity role. He'll never get anywhere on talent because he's a freak, unless he moves into voice acting or radio
1. TMNT 2: The Secret of the Ooze
2. Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls
4. Grease 2
5. Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
These are my 5 most replayed/watched so I consider them my favorite. Post yours and let's compare /tv/ anons. Call me names or whatever, I don't care. These will forever be my favorite movies of all time.
Strange/weird scenes in movies that caught you off guard.
Can be good or bad.
I'll start with this scene from The Rover which I liked a lot.
Hey I know you're a psychopathic assassin that's insisting on sitting in my car while we play a incredibly high stakes game of murder and psychological cat and mouse but holy fuck did you just see that coyote? Fucking nature, man. It's beautiful.
Agreed, really good performance. Great movie overall too.
This was also a really weird moment in Ex Machina that blindsided the shit out of me and the absurdity confused my emotions a lot.
>"The autor of oliver payne".
What did he mean by this?
Op here, relax I just bought this movie right now.
My second fav Craig film.
Is he the next Will Smith?
This has a lot of dank HBO shows but I'm curious as to if it has any decent movies.
I've been browsing pretty hard but it's a lot of duds.
Best shit I've seen has been Interstellar and Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.
Other than those two it's a sea of dogshit.
Is there hidden gems I have missed that aren't being shown to me?
what would /tv/'s reaction be to a movie about 4chan. Would you automatically hate it, even if it was done by me?
>Having Woody Allen as a guest on the simpsons
Guess the persecution is over.
>not living this deliciously
What as Thomasin's new 'delicious' lifestyle supposed to entail, anyways?
> Well, sir, you are a cowardly son of a bitch! You just shot an unarmed man!
>Well, he should have armed himself if he's going to decorate his saloon with my friend.
and epic lines in general
tough to beat good old Clint
Westeros is about to be enriched
I'm finally getting around to watching the first season of True Detective, and I've been loving it so far, but I have a gripe. The long take action scene in episode 4. It kind of just shit all over the meticulously slow pacing the show had carefully maintained that drew you in with character and story in favour of a flashy for flashy's sake action sequence that wouldn't be out of place in a video game or Michael Bay movie. Yet it got endlessly praised as a highlight. What the fuck?
Even without long-takes, it's still a great episode because you get insight into Rust's past as an undercover narc. The fact that he keeps his cool during this makes you speculate on the shit he's probably been through and how what is currently happening probably isn't even the worst of if.
The great direction and long-takes are only the icing on a very good cake. also after 3 weeks of a slow burn, this ep was a great little climax.
People who say that it was pointless don't...
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Goddamn, this. I didn't even realize it was a one take shot the first time I watched. Not only was I completely drawn in, but it was very well done. Unbelievable tension and great payoff to the first episodes.