what the fuck is this shit. i mean really...
TDKR being anywhere near the top is laughable but it is #1 I am so confused. Was this just contrarian shitposting or is /tv/ this retarded
Are we supposed to love him, hate him, fear him or pity him?
It was non linear story about a dude with two conflicting sides. Not split personality, but just different sides. He was a boring professor who wanted more excitment in life as he got older, so he cheats on his girl, tired to become an actor, gets a motorbike.
But his past actions keep coming back to haunt him. In the movie it is represented with actual events, but its more psychological than that
Who is Hannibal, really?
a mediocre comedian who bashes hipsters while unironically being pretentious and insufferable himself
he really found his niche with andre though, being goofy and saying one liners. all he's capable of
this board sucks
agreed. everyone here is a piece of worthless shit. love yal tho.
>woof woof WOOOF WOOOF WOOF
What did she mean by this?
Why did it flop?
>superb animatronics and effects
>more gremlins mayhem
>gremlins actually look unique with different personalities, even the generic ones have variations
It's everything one could want in a gremlins sequel and more
>but it's not as dark!
Come now, the original Gremlins only had a very...
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No thread on the new film about Katniss leading the X-Men against Ivan Ooze? For shame, /tv/. It's capeshit. That thing you love so much.
Jesus christ the editing in this trailer is painful as fuck, you can pretty much tell half the dialog is cut and pasted all over the place...also that fucking bitch doesn't even try to act anymore.
Not a single thread, it's crazy.
However it's understandable -- X-Men's never had the greatest of advertising, and this looks awful at so many points.
They even tried to cram Wolverine in the trailer to generate some excitement.
What's the Trout Mask Replica of film?
About to watch this. How much will I regret it, /tv/?
What did he mean by this?
So when did GoT peak? I'd say season 4 was where it peaked hard then it dropped off a cliff in season 5.
Does Kevin Feige have a personal vendetta against creativity in cinema? There are ten million Marvel movies and not one of them is in the least bit notable beyond a purely metacontextual level. People don't remember the movies, they remember the universe. The movies themselves are mediocre and completely unremarkable in every way.
I can understand the need to play things safe in the first couple of years, but now that everything is established and Marvel is printing money, why can't they do something interesting?
This one really got to me
Which one is actually right, though?
Iron Man. Captain America is literally a soldier, yet for some reason he thinks he should not answer to a reasonable chain of command. Dafuq?
Plus he's only in it to get some sucky suck from bronkin' Bucky.