I am fucking stunned this ended up in a finished, released movie.
What kind of music do you listen to when watching a movie?
>Tool - 10,000 Days
>Alice in Chains
and some ambient punk rock for me.
How the hell did this movie make over $1 billion? At one point it was the 5th most grossing film of all time. Nobody I know has seen this, and I don't know if the sequel coming out will even come close to touching the billion mark.
I loved it,almost as good as the strangers
How has this movie aged so well visually? Compare it to other movies made the same year or even after and it has barely aged.
Trout mask replica of film
Holy fuck this movie is garbage, I can't believe I watched almost 3 hours of this shit. First 30 minutes were good but after a while the fucking epileptic visuals and story goes nowhere and it's all so predictable and repetitive.
Seriously fuck movie snobs that praise this fucking movie and fuck Gaspar Noe. This has less substance than transformers.
Movies /tv/ loves but you hate thread?
Why is the best Romantic movie I've watched in years rated so low in IMDB?
>entire problem could literally be solved by talking to each other before you shoot at each other
>claiming that stark "wouldn't believe" captain america when he said the winter soldier wasn't responsible for the bombings
>not believing a fellow avenger you've just undergone two entire wars with and instead deciding fighting him is a better option than trying to convince him
Is this the biggest plot hole of all time? Is this the worst movie of the decade?
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That's the funny thing, people criticise BvS for being stupid, then they come out and say Civil War was great. Civil war has all the same flaws.
War Machine and the Nigger Panther are both shithouse, gay as fuck characters and simply served as a device to annoy and enrage the viewer.
Zemo did nothing wrong
KING BALON, I'm LAST STORM
I actually had to color correct the image to make it not a blurry blue mess
Yeah, it was actually pretty funny.
Not on TDKR opening level, but close enough to made me chuckle.
pretencious: the movie
This is literally the greatest and most intense moment in the history of cinema ever.
No other movie scene comes close.
Shits to watch if you're into dykes or just some action with unannoying female characters in it.