Now that the dust has settled, what did /tv/ think of this?
The style is a bit to same-y for me.
>Closeup of Joan framed from slightly above, looking up and slightly off-camera/cut to inquisitors looking serious/cut back to Joan
>repeat ad infinitum until you reach kino
Bresson's is the superior Joan film. Hell, I may even prefer Preminger's to this.
The intro scene of It Follows was better then the rest of the whole thing but still
DUDE STUPID OLD REFERENCES LMAO
Anybody else watch this?
Dat season finale holy shit
This is a beautiful movie. Reminds me of Blue Valentine the way it spans across multiple years and tells a non-fairytale version of love.
Are there any other like these two?
This is a powerful piece of cinema and I think that It's one of the greatest films since 2000.
It's not perfect, but it's a diamond in the rough.
In some ways, the rough is what makes it so great. It's not a squeaky clean corporate product.
It's one wierdo's crazy vision of a conflicted man's descent into hell.
This will be remembered as an achievement in pop art long after the Disney Wars have faded into the ether.
What was this shot supposed to convey about Jlaw?
>Ed Edd nEddy was the last major cartoon to be animated using cels
Trailer 2 looks hella fricken' epic. Only a white male shitlord would hate this.
sequels that are comfier than the original
Even if you think this movie was shit, people are STILL talking about it
Meanwhile, Captain Reddit: Meme war was released a month ago an nobody gives a cares anymore
>Captain Reddit: Meme war was released a month ago
>movies that were decent but don't have much replay value after watching
I loved the X Men cameo scenes otherwise this was pretty forgetful.
The sex scene montage was something that Ive never seen done in a movie before but then I am not interested in stuff like that.
What does /tv/ think of Black Sails?
which one is the best horror film?
Just saw this. My first David Lynch movie (I have seen Twin Peaks) Can someone explain to me? Would really like to discuss it.