When will hollywood forgive Mel Gibson?
why is he so likeable?
is it because he's gay?
THOUGHT IT WAS OKAY
TO KILL OFF BRYAN CRANSTON???
how did they transport the female MUTO's cocoon over land without anyone seeing it?
Cranston's entire character motivation was to find out what killed his wife. Once he found out, there was literally nothing left for him to do. In the context of the story, his death made perfect sense.
This movie would have been cooler if
A) Cranston lived to be our POV character in the monster fights or
B) Instead of some army fuck who acts like an action hero, we could have an actual action hero type like Snake Plissken or Indy.
Is she a Mary Sue?
>mfw a woman tries to be funny
>That scene where Conner comes back home, people ask who's a good boy, and he doesn't answer
>that scene where he curb stomps the vietnamese baby and For What It's Worth starts playing
All I see is you guys moaning about characters in Game of Thrones. At what point did you realise that Roose Bolton is the most cold, calculating badass in the series, he is the man with a plan and it's much more than just the north.
Don't be surprised when he wins. He always wins.
So would 2 nukes kill him?
they would only make him stronger... he gets his strength from solar radiation after all... that basically what a nuke is.
>Male character: I'll protect you.
>Female character: I don't need protecting.
>~Cuts to her doing some retarded fighting moves and taking out like five guys.
>Awkwardly cuts in a contrived edit to the male character raising one eyebrow in an impressed manner.
This fucking needs to stop.
>MFW FEMALES PRETEND TO BE ALL SWEET AND INNOCENT AND THEN COME AT YOU WITH BOWS AND ARROWS
>Male character: I'll protect you.
>Female character: I don't need protecting
>~Cuts to her getting slammed on the ground face first as the bad guy continually bashes her head down and the blood pools around her
>Awkwardly cuts to the male character: "Yikes!"
> charater throws something offscreen
>glass shatters, explosion, cat yelps, ect.
What are your fave MI movies?
MI4 > MI1 > MI5 > MI3 > MI2
>actors finally settled into their roles
>had one of the most creative plots I've seen
>Ron put in his place as the idiot he is
>beautiful and creative transitions
>set, lighting, and tone changed to match darker content
>better sense of where everything is located in the castle
>best villains, no wizard...
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It's also the perfect mix between the more literal adaptations of the first two and the way the others cut out so much of their books. It's full of little scenes and additions that make it feel like an actual movie
>the only other Harry Potter that even compares is the 7th
Anon pls, top fucking taste apart from that. 1 and 2 are classic kids' films. 3 is a great film in its own right. 4 is a confused mess, just like the book. Everything beyond that: average to decent films, shit adaptations.
Yeah, peak Dementors and insane Gary Oldman. Amazing.
I maintain this is the only film in the series with quotable lines and memorable moments.
>HE WAS THEIR FRIEND
Compare that to, uh, Voldemort and Harry flying around Hogwarts for half an hour smashing into things?
> teleports behind you
> unsheathes spear
> not personnel kid
So how did they get on the ship?
It's personal, you fucking retarded kiddo. Point at this retard. Point at this retard and laugh.
Why wouldn't he fuck his wife before a fight?
What went so
A lot of things that try to borrow that ole Lovecraftian magic fall apart in their third acts. By showing the whole "the ship passed through hell" thing and having Sam Neil's character just completely wig out, they lost their edge.
I though if anything, they should have had the "entity" possessing the ship open up a portal with the drive and let some actual horrors through.
ITT: The last film to give you an existential crisis