How did you like this flick?
I thought it was cool. When dealing with old, foreign stuff many directors would try too hard to make things seem exotic or idealized but Mel Gibson went all harsh, grounded and gritty with it. It was cool.
No masterpiece but a very cool movie. What I think is particularly interesting is watching the movie without subtitles like Gibson originally intended. You can still follow the movie perfectly fine, and it actually gives it back some of that exotic element. Everything feels really fucking foreign when they're all speaking whatever the hell language they have,...
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So after a lackluster episode 1 what are the chances this season will actually be good?
ITT: characters that are LITERALLY and UNIRONICALLY you
>"I believe whatever doesn't kill you, simply makes you..."
Anyway, are you still pissed about this casting choice?
What's his name?
If you were directing Jesse, how would you have gotten a better Lex Luthor performance out of him?
Why is the US president portrayed as white?
Are there any epic films set in Australia? I feel like Australia is criminally underrepresented in film. By epic I mean something heroic like pic related, Ben Hur, Cleopatra, stuff like that. What would be the proper title for these kind of films? Are they a thing of the past because they're too manly and genuine? Which are the best?
The hay day films of Mad Max and Flesh Gordon.
Those are the criminally underrepresented films.
anything else, and you're just looking for "Australian" literally. They don't even allow B cup girls in porn, let alone violence in video games.
But Yeah, other then Mad Max, a landmark film, not much I know of.
personally really like CD2 and would consider it one of the best australian films.
Where wer you, when a new genre was born?
I was sitting in a theater about 11 years ago, watching the FPS scene from Doom.
Is there a word for this?
Also Spartacus thread.
Did Sheev having to exert his power against Mace Windu make him look like this or was this always his true form?
i think its fair to say GoT is pandering to the female demographic now
>waning hope that it shows why women in power are a bad thing
What plots would Seinfeld episodes have if it was still being made today?