Is it harder for actresses with larger breasts to make it in Hollywood?
yes especially when they force them to cover up their udders out of spite
Please explain to me why the fuck they were on foot in this scene.
They were on horses when they went to meet the messenger, which means they made a conscious decision to get on foot, and also ordered all the Rohirrim to get on foot.
Because in the book, they use 2 tiny "hills" to make 2 defensive formations, since they lost alot of soldiers in Pelenor. The orcs in mordor were alot, like alot.
It was essentially a "buy time" move, not supposed to be tactically sound.
Hey guys remember me?
>cast as lara croft
Who's the best Bond woman in your opinion? Eva for me. Mortals can not comprehend an existence of such beauty in this rotten world.
So /tv/, what are your expectations? Will it be a boring reboot rehashing the original story or an absolutely insane new story?
I have a question about the first series' cancellation.
Wikipedia says that declining ratings led to executives' push for revealing the central mystery of the show before the end of season 2, which coupled with other constraints led to the death of the series. However in the same page it is also claimed that the revelation and its follow-up by lackluster storylines was the thing that caused the decline in ratings in the first place, which led to the show's death.
What exactly happened?
>Shitty ghost romance chick flick
Go back to Mexico, Del Taco
It's weird how almost no one picked up on what the movie was supposed to be when the girl said "It's not a ghost story, it's a story with a ghost in it." I get that it was marketed as horror but how could you not understand what it was about after that line
What's his problem?
>predator vs scavenger
>equivalent of a crocodile vs a hyena
Why are people surprised the spinosaurus kicked T-Rex's ass?
Turns out Spinosaurus was more adapted to fishing. It's teeth were hollow, more suited for grabbing slippery fish. Also, the T-Rex scavenger thing was just put in the film so Jack Horner could circle jerk his scavenging theory. T-Rex would have kicked Spino's ass, as it had a far more powerful bite force which would hand killed or crippled Spino with the first bite.
I always wondered about why the scenes in Pulp Fiction were out of sequence. Does anyone know?
Something's weird here.
Metacritic just averages everyone's scores to a percentage
RT gives the ratio of positive to negative reviews.
So RT is saying 81% of reviews are over 5.1/10, and metacritic is saying the average score is 5.7/10.
Why is this masterpiece so terribly underappreciated? It's a beautiful exercise in cinematic poetry, and the foundation of the greatest Shakespearean tragedy of the last 4 centuries. Was the political intrigue too much for the average ADHD-riddled movie goer to follow? Was the childhood innocence that permeates the film to accent Anakin's fall to the Dark Side completely lost on insecure manchildren who instead interpenetrated it to mean the film was "kiddy shit" and not mature enough for them?
It is the most poignant film of the entire saga, why...
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Not to sound like a sheep, but it stood in strong contrast to the practical effects of the originals, not to mention the "last jedi" story arc.
Then again ewoks sucked aswell.
How is contrast bad? It's poetic.
A movie taking place in the past has state of the art computer generated imagery, a movie taking place in the future uses tried and true practical effects. It rhymes.
Gungans were also one of the most unique alien species in any film to date.
The Ewoks were also fine by the way, if a little boring (stone age teddy bear people)
just the Live Action WB movies
Guess the Movie - Patricians Choice
let's star with an easy one