I liked it. Christopher Walken's singing was a little awkward and johansson's is pretty lame, but overall I thought most everyone did great.
What would the plots of Seinfeld be like if it was still running today?
>[George and Jerry are in Jerry's apartment, on the couch looking at their iPads]
>George: "Have you seen this new baneposting meme?"
>Jerry: "Again with the memes, George?"
>George: "Well, have you seen it or not?"
>Jerry: "No, George, I haven't seen it."
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>Elaine correctly calls Birdman utter shit and similar things happen to 'the english patient' episode
>George fully embraces his baldness and advertises on tinder to women with bald fetish
>Elaine forces a restraining order on Louis CK for constantly harassment of invites to his interracial breeding grounds show
>it's a George forgets to prep the bull and gets sent to the cuck shed episode
Are there supposed to be subtitles for the sign language and hand gestures the apes use?
Are there supposed to be subtitles for the sign language and crude English the apes use?
What did he mean by this?
who knows, it's a mystery, no way you can google that term.
Wait, did he actually say "underoos?" Because I thought he said "On the roof," which doesn't make sense at all. I mean, he could be signalling Peter who was, at that moment, on the roof. But, then again, with Tony Stark's smart mouth, if he did say "underoos," that makes sense because Spider-man's costume is a onesie; footy-pajamas. Underwear.
Would Orson Welles have more success if he started today instead of 1941?
Has capeshit gone too far?
ALL RIGHT EVERYONE CHILL
What are some of the best film scores/OSTs that you can remember?
Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford and Prometheus for me.
Good thread, OP.
Music and sound can make or break a film, moreso than many other aspects of it.
At the top of my head Amores Perros' OST is really good, so is Biutiful (had an Inarritu binge lately).
this is a really good one. very inspirational. very underrated and under appreciated, but it's among Goldsmith's greatest work in my opinion. this score really elevates the whole movie and makes it memorable. it's so good you can usually feel yourself getting bored with it when there isn't any music playing.
what's the best depictions of Jews in Holywood?
>main character brushes his teeth
>sink isn't covered in blood
what other little inaccuracies completely ruin your immersion when going to the cinema?
Hop on board, we're going back to the premiere of Citizen Kane!!! Take a movie from today with you to show the entire world.
What's the most crowd pleasing movie you've ever seen? My vote goes to Shrek 2, people went wild in theaters for it when I saw it, especially over scenes like this.
I went to see Star Wars: Attack of the Clones in San Francisco when I was 10, and I cannot describe the fucking shitstorm that went down in this theater when Yoda showed up to fight Dooku, Popcorn fucking everywhere, yelling, fighting, cheering, my mom and dad fucking in the seats next to me.
It was really great.
That's the same situation I was in during shrek 2 except I was 15 or so I think. I just remember it as a very good memory and one of the few times I saw my dad really laugh at a movie.
How does one become so called "DC fan"?
How can anyone take a look at DC's filmography and say "Yeah, I want to support and defend this"?
Maybe they are paid to do it? Rabid fan of its comic books perhaps?
Is he in it?
Check out this fan film Star Wars: The Mask of Leia
May the Force be with you.
Yeah, she's Leia, we worked with what we had. The Han Solo is really spot on IMO.