now that /tv/ is all about vidyakino again
we cast new movies based on games
Half Life 2
Batman vs Superman>X-Men Apocalypse>Civil War
The only real complaints I have about Apocalypse was jlaw turning blue for no reason throughout the movie to remind the audience that she was mystique and Angel being completely fucking outclassed by the other three horsemen.
EVERYTHING THEY'VE BUILT WILL FALL
AND FROM THE ASHES OF THEIR WORLD
WE'LL BUILD A BETTER ONE.
>The background of The Room's rooftop scenes were all green screened CGI. The actors were standing in a parking lot.
This was originally going to be the design look for Anakin in Episode 3 but Lucas turned it down.
Lucas took his time to make a practical model for almost every single shot of the prequels - although did not end up using all of them for the final film - instead relying on CGI, but some of the practical models still remain in some scenes.
Here is one of the practical effect models in the Phantom Menace
Why is this unfunny cunt on every British panel show?
>mfw the dyke clog wearing muppet is now in charge of QI
Post a picture more JUST than this.
>frogposters getting BTFO by fredposters
This movie legit has the worst marketing advertisement that I have ever seen... because I have not seen any posters locally around the place, never talked about on live TV.
Yes I know this movie is only made for the diehard fans hence why it is only them who will know about its existence, but why not at least try and get other non gamers attracted to it and make lots of cutouts and place them around each local theatre and get almost all television news reporters talking about it.
Why didn't you try Duncan?
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what went right?
Let's have a Suspiria thread
>there are people on /tv/ right now that still use VLC
Chappelle's Show General
>Nigga Nigga Nigga Make My Teeth Shine - Paul Mooney
The Relic, Mimic, Jeepers Creepers, mostly 90's monster horror / thriller / what have you, but also has that vibe... I don't know how to describe it. Maybe it's comfy, maybe it's the science, or the discovery, maybe it's just 90's nostalgia, but let's have a thread for these kinds of movies. Good shit?
this flick wasn't bad but the premise was utterly stupid, there's no way they could keep the existence of trolls hidden
>It's a WW2 movie that paints the Soviets as good guys episode
How the hell is Jared Leto 44?!