>Watch Full Metal Jacket
>Like the ending song
>Look it up
>Paint It Black by The Rolling Stones
>Try to hear it again on YouTube
>It Ain't Me starts playing
>drafted into vietnam war
>It Ain't Me starts playing
>charlie hears it and finds our position
>try to radio air support
>Painted Black starts playing too loudly for HQ to hear me
>charlie ambushes us
>Go Ask Alice starts playing and drowns out the screams as we are bayoneted to death
>Rosa Parks biopic
>Don't Wanna Be An American Idiot starts playing
>HOLD UP... LEMME START FROM THE BEGINING
He is back
Why does Hollywood only cast ugly asian men?
Holy shit, whenever Hannibal and Jack Crawford meet after the reveal, my artsy fartsy serial killer romp turns into a fucking Godzilla movie.
I keep expecting one of them to start breathing blue fire
The Kree will appear tonight. HYPE!
What is the problem anon?
This dude was Kree, for those that are not familiar with Marvel lore.
I'll use my frying pan as a drying pan.
What do you call this style of haircut?
>Movie takes place in Egypt
>everyone speaks english
>Production of the sci-fi classic poised to undergo a major change in 2018 under its new boss with the possible adoption of the American practice of engaging multiple writers on certain episodes
Is Dead Mans Shoes up there as one of the greatest revenge films of all time? Just look at this fucking scene.
Going back to the film after a few years it's way more apparent just how disturbing Considine's performance is. The bit where he drugs the blokes up and systematically slaughters them is actually quite harrowing
This movie, and particular this scene.
Your OP pic, Starship Troopers always gets me feeling. Whether it's a longing for militaristic fascist humanity banding together against an alien threat, or the "HOLD ME JOHNNY, DON'T LET ME GO JOHNNY" death scene of Dizz, this movie always fills me with emotion.
Just catched Groundhog Day here on TV in my country .. and I'm wondering.. is there any more movies with this 'repeating the same day' theme? Not as good as Groundhog Day for sure.. but gimme some suggestions.
I love time travel movies .. and this theme is sort of time travel ..
I'm going to start with this. This film had the potential to be fantastic; great -if not a little overdone- concept, very passable visual effects, Sharlto Copley's brilliant performance- but Blomkamp just seemed to completely fuck it up. My biggest beef is that the film feels less than a piece of cinema and more like an advertisement for Die Antwoord. I like the film, it has some brilliant moments, but -largely due to the aforementioned- it is an absolute cringefest and some moments are almost too painful to sit through (dat ending).
I just hope Neil learns...
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What's your favorite Louis Theroux documentary?
also general louis discussion
hopefully this is enough to not get the thread deleted