>not pictured: white males
What is this guy supposed to be then, black?
No Bates Motel thread, let's fix that.
It finally happened and I was still shocked.
Can someone please explain this sound? I swear all american TV shows use it and its fucking annoying. Another one that abuses it is my cat from hell.
Why do you watch it if you hate it? It has no power over you unless you watch it
What's next for her career? She has just won Oscar, but she has nothing promising going on in the future. That King Kong movie has flop written all over it, and I don't see her dethroning JLaw anyway.
she's better looking and a better actress and better nudes than jlaw so she's got that going for her. She'll keep getting roles, and not everything an actor does necessarily has to try for awards, or money.
Anyone else as keen for this as me? Said to be the spiritual sequel (although that's a term I hate) to one of my top 20 films Kiss Kiss Bang Bang but with The Goose and Gladiator
What is the difference between /tv/ and r/movies?
Why do you hate r/movies so much? Is it because of their patrician taste in movies or the fact they can have an intelligent conversation?
Fact is /tv/ is capeshit central.
In 50 years of whatever when your grandkids come to you and say
"Pep-pep, tell us about baneposting" can r/movies say "I remember it like it was yesterday, I was there from the start"
>YOU DON'T HAVE TO TELL ME TWICE! BUT DURING THE STONE AGE...!
What did he mean by this?
If you could bring back prime Arnold for one movie, what would it be?
US filmmaker Jeff Nichols said Monday he hoped his rapturously received Cannes contender "Loving", about an interracial couple's landmark marriage-rights case, would help change the current vicious tone of America's culture wars.
"My wife said, 'I love you, but if you don't make this movie, I am going to divorce you," he told the media ahead of the world premiere of the awards favorite in Cannes on Monday.
The film, based on a true story, stars Joel Edgerton as Richard Loving, whose interracial marriage to Mildred (Ruth Negga)...
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Just to get it out of the way
Moving on, Nichols is probably one of the best American filmmakers currently working and if anyone can do an Oscarbait story line this justice it's him. So high hopes it might actually be a good movie.
I really liked this movie, but the whole conflict felt a bit forced to me
>why was everybody giving avengers shit for colleteral damage? remember, the gouvernment was actually planning to nuke new york in avengers 1
>why did cap have a problem with avengers beeing under UN jurisdiction. He is a soldier, arent soldiers all about following orders?
The World Security Council was not a singular government, it was the top echelon of SHIELD.
Because people didn't see the conflicts as the good guys versus the bad guys, but as a conflict in their home they had no part in.
The Avengers are public enough to blame.
>why did cap have a problem with avengers beeing under UN jurisdiction
>I have not seen The Winter Soldier: the post
Long story short, Cap no longer trusts organizations.
Because it's bad writing. In the comics the registration act was meant to force every superhero to reveal their identity and work for the US government. Also the whole thing was triggered by an incident where 300 children died to due to a superhero fight.
>No Sandsnakes for three episodes
Do you think this plotline has been aborted?
Opinions on this show?