Is it just me or is this film way ahead of its time? Everything but the dubbed voices could be mistaken for a modern film. Why is Once Upon a Time in the West not celebrated like the other Leone spaghetti's?
"Antagonists" who were 100% in the right
I 100% concur.
I wish I had a teacher like pic related in school, to tell me how much of a fag I truly was being.
I doubt anyone on /tv/ knows who Dan Ryckert is or how wrong his opinions on everything are.
>can literally become ant-sized in a moment's notice
>almost invisible to the naked human eye
>still gets caught multiple times during a heist
Only Marvel can write something like this, folks.
That is seriously a fuckung huge annoyance with MCU Antman. For some reason, everyone can see him.
It's especially egregious in ANTMAN when those agents are shooting at him drom across the fucking room. Shits absurd.
It was not that bad.
>no character development or motivation besides batman
>plot is weak
>overabundance of action vs. character set up and world building
>akward quipping to compete with marvel I guess
>shitty writing in general
it was pretty bad senpai, maybe you just like shit movies
ITT: X-Files season 1 discussion, favorite/least favorite episodes, theories, etc.
>Early 2000s teen flick
>INSTEAD OF GOING UNDER
How is he so based?
I think you're confusing over powered characters in action scenes for kino.
His scenes are funny, have neat special effects, and I enjoy them throughly, but that doesn't make them kino, even /tv/ meme version of kino.
I've never seen a film go off a cliff so quickly, holy shit
>Really interesting concept
>Tension built well throughout the film
>Well acted antagonist who we learn as film progresses
Then all of a sudden
>Random space worm fight
>Making Molotov Cocktails in midair to perfectly aim into an alien's mouth
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I don't think there should have been any alien battle or anything. The ending of the movie should have been her escaping and getting to the surface and seeing everything totally fucking destroyed.
Can socialism really work?
>mom took all of my Underworld Blu-rays out of the freezer
why did they ruin brule? it must've apparent when making the 3rd season, so why did they do it?
let's see some recent IMDB ratings
Do you think Kill Bill is underrated by critics?
Is lack of substance negative when the style is outstanding?
>Do you think Kill Bill is underrated by critics?
Yes, it was ambitious and it worked. Besides combining a lot of influences and styles it had a lot of heart at the core. The action packed first volume built up to the second's emotional stuff.