Post movies you like that don't get mentioned on /tv/ often
My recommendation is Bounty Killer. It's a fun self aware cheap action flick that doesn't take itself too seriously
This movie is the magnum opus of the greatest living director
>My boyfriend died
>To avenge him, I'll kill his brother and nephew
>hyped as one of the most skilled fighters in Westeros
>gets killed by a bunch of nobodies wielding switchblades
What did he mean by this?
>fighting isn't some kung fu movie
>numbers actually matter
>even the best swordsman can't beat 10 people simultaneously
>this mirrors reality
You can't really snatch every motherfucker birthday.
ITT: Comedians who really make you think.
Is this going to be kino?
>played by Naked Brother's Band 1/2
I have a bunch of Fury Road concept art that I saved from a thread on here a few months back and I'm going to repost them.
is this kino?
what was his fucking problem?
This is objectively true
hmm i think i agree on most if not all of this with one exception, i haven't seen episode seven
3 is the best prequel, 5 best original and best overall, the rest kinda fall in line
>"The password is incorrect"
>"IN ENGLISH, DOC!"
>everyone calls him big party pete
Who else here collects or enjoys Laserdiscs?
I just started collecting Laserdiscs, but only for movies I really love, or to compare picture and sound clarity to other releases I'm interested in.
I have a nice Pioneer auto-flip LD player, and about 50+ LDs that I got from a co-worker who sold them to me for about 2 dollars a piece when he was cleaning out his girlfriend's dad's place as he was moving, but they're all in immaculate condition.
Any tips for a collector or enthusiast? Where can I find these things in the wild? Pawn shops and...
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ITT we invent new Oscar Categories
Are these guys funny?
I can't wipe the stupid grin off my face after watching this.
Goose and Aussie Aussie Aussie worked so well together on-screen.
It's a terrible movie. It's all for nothing and the ending leaves you feeling hollow.
Also father of the year.
I didn't like hearing a 13 year old girl talk about anal sex. I'm sure that shit is hilarious in pedo wood, but I found it uncomfortable and cringey and many people in the audience seemed to respond the same way
Maybe it's supposed to leave you hollow. What kind of ending were you really expecting?
The ending to a comparable movie such as Inherent Vice also ended on a similar note. It's really the journey that matters and the ending fit perfectly. If they had ended with them winning, then it would be just too surreal.
ITT: Movies that left you feeling feels
>Roger Ebert: After "The Grey" was over, I watched the second film for 30 minutes and then got up and walked out of the theater. It was the first time I've ever walked out of a film because of the previous film. The way I was feeling in my gut, it just wouldn't have been fair to the next film.