What is the most comfy studio ghibli film?
Totoro or Spirited Away
but probably Spirited Away most of all, for that feeling of being away on a trip, the subtle melancholy, bouncing around in the backseat of a car, that piano soundtrack, rippling grass on those lonely hills and the abandoned themepark, the mood during that scene on the train with the lonely figures and homes drifting by...
ITT: God tier film critics.
spill dot com. RIP cinema matinee I ain' got $7.50 to pay
Why don't they talk about this episode anymore? It seems like it would be really relevant these days? Are they ashamed?
Damn you /tv/. I watched it again today and I couldnt stop myself from laughing like a retard
It's been 12 years, and no show has even came close to touching the perfection of Drake and Josh.
Why was army dog so racist? Did bootcamp change him?
What was his fucking problem?
>you will never be cool af detective who saves the day
Why even live
What film or show are these screencaps from?
>that episode where tito fondled reggie in the shore shack
I've been going through his filmography and I just finished Magnolia. I thought it was brilliant. What does /tv/ think about him/his films?
One of the biggest threats to artistic alive on the planet today. If you cared even an iota about cinema you'd kill this man without a moment's hesitation if he ever crossed your path.
Now return to your home board, adult video game player. PTA is a monster. A fraud, a hack. Cinematic terrorist.
Why did he go back?
Is it because he blamed himself for the state of the world?
>has opinions on literally everything
>witty or sarcastic responses on demand
Was she a mary sue?
ITT: movies made for females you unironically love