>last good female dead
ITT: Movies you didn't understand.
What does /who/ think of this very shitty story?
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Filming started today. Gatiss and Roberts (fuck why?) are returning.
>The Angry Birds Movie is both the equivalent of a screaming five-year-old and a regressive piece of American propaganda. Out of all the films I’ve seen this year, this is the one I least expected to have an anti-immigration and an eye for an eye message underneath it. But it’s actually happened. Angry Birds is now a metaphor for the September 11 terrorist attacks.
Who was this guy?
They never mentioned it in the movie?
When is this guy going to be in the movies?
What are some movies like Doom and Event Horizon where we accidently into hell?
>The Twin Towers are featured in an X Men Apocalypse scene as New York is getting destroyed
Now that is full on brutal
Anyone else think this scene was fucking dumb?
Not only is she not supposed to be fireproof according to GRRM, but the Dothraki are magically supposed to throw out centuries of tradition and follow her simply because she burned all their leaders alive?
Also this show is going to shit. Feels like one big add for Hillary 2016.
>"Weak men will never rule Dorne again"
>"I want you to rule the Iron Isles" *Theon crying like baby*
> "If you give in,...
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I don't give a fuck about feminism theories, that scene was just lame.
>ARGGHH, A PIECE OF WOOD FELL DOWN A METER AWAY FROM ME *dies*
>Fire spreads as Dany looks at it like Carrie
>Khals just grope the walls like retards
Hey let's do that scene from the end of season 1 again. That's when people liked Dany right?
Glad we're basically in the same boat as she was 4 years ago. Guess now she has her bald and small man to run her run her shit hole she made worse
Anybody else see this? Thoughts, opinions?
I thought it was pretty uneventful, a bit emotionless, and hard to connect to the characters, but it held my interest well, and despite being a stupid story, was well told.
>mfw Bullingdon is a coward that shot back
>mfw Bullingdon thought it was a great prank to have Brian wear his shoes
>mfw he puked from fear
Am I supposed to believe that tipping over a brazier would set the wooden hall on fire? What if one of the Khals was drunk and accidentally knocked over a brazier? What would Khaleesi have done if she knocked over a brazier and it just burnt out and nothing happened? Fuck, this is shit writing.
>Doesn't kill himself
Say what you want about Theon but he might have the most willpower out of any man in film and television.
Cannes day 6.
Today Loving and Personal Shopper.
Loving morning screening just ended, you can check twitter for the first reactions
Loving has middling/bad reviews.
Fandor review roundups: https://www.fandor.com/keyframe/category/daily
micropsia poll: http://www.todaslascriticas.com.ar/cannes/2016
Screening times: http://wask.fr/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/Grille_Cannes2016_wask.pdf
Why is this cunt such a big part of the show?
I don't understand. At first, I thought he was just a character in Theon's storyline but somehow he's so ridiculously capable and lucky that now he rules all of the north and is shaping up to be the great antagonist of this season?
What makes the writers think he is such an interesting character to devote the whole later half of the show? He's a literal cartoon villain for fuck's sake.
She's fireproof, but how does she not die from smoke inhalation? What's the explanation?
Isnt there like a rule in the dothraki when you kill a khal you become stronger or some shit
ITT GOAT childhood movies that only you remember.