ITT: Directors that have already peaked and made there magnum opus so the rest of thier career is all downhill from there
This is the best teen drama of all time, yes?
>80's or 90's film
>character is being built up as hip and with it
>says "chao" instead of see ya or goodbye
>this was the last time they spoke as friends
>Anakin is standing in the dark
>Obi-wan is standing in the light
Holy shit.. I actually haven't felt a sting from a celebrity death like this since robin Williams :(
Herzog did an ama today.
I enjoy horror but fuck me the trailer is already keeping me up. Thoughts on Lights Out?
anyone have any tips for an aspiring actor?
I'm male, 28, 5'7", slim build
I dont have much range though, but I can cry on demand
In a movie called Batman v Superman, why didn't they have them fight for at least 10 minutes? Seriously, if you have this "visionary director" Zach Snyder known for making cool action but nothing. They could have played with their fight scene so much more but it just ends abruptly. Everyone I've ever talked to says how disappoint their fight was.
>trips on wire. Machine guns shower his face
>he pushes batman, flies him through a building
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how did snyder get away with this?
what are the comfiest tv shows to watch after midnight ?
brb checking the mail
What the fuck
Received 59 Academy Award nominations, including 22 awards.
Who do you cast for the life-spanning biopic?
Don't be cute and just say T. Hanks. He did a fun job playing an icon in a supporting role in Saving Mr. Banks. It not only tested the water, but was willing to show him in a positive but realistic light (and somewhat of a full-of-shit bully from Travers' perspective, but fuck her, he's an American Businessman in the 20th century).
Hipster bullshit or great collection of films?
Has /tv/ seen Wolf Hall?
Well, he was the bad guy, from a certain point of view.
But in all seriousness, I try to balance Wolf Hall with A Man for All Seasons as two different perspectives. I think Wolf Hall is fairer to More than the latter is to Cromwell.
In any case, it's miles above The Tudors in general, and in particular in the portrayal of more, where he's more of a psychopath.