>mfw /tv/ dislikes this film bcoz of its story and direction
THE PHONE'S DEAD...
Every time this chick had a scene all I was thinking was that id much rather be watching a show about her character.
She's a super QT and a much more interesting person than "muh radioactive car crash, muh alcohol, muh rape." Anyone else think so?
Why do people keep calling her Mary Sue when her name is Rey? How hard is it to get someone's name right?
Is she even a real doctor?
In the Prestige, Cutter helps Angier kidnap and bury alive Borden's ingénieure.
Later, however, Angier has Borden killed (through capital punishment), and suddenly Cutter thinks Angier went too far and conspires with Borden to kill Angier (you see them walk past each other and Cutter nods at Borden, also Borden goes to pick up his daughter from Cutter after its done).
Isn't that kind of hypocritical?
Is it because of Borden's daughter?
How is it brehs? Worth seeing in 3D?
>AMC chief executive Adam Aron said he wanted to encourage so-called millennials to visit the cinema.
>He told Variety magazine: "You can't tell a 22-year-old to turn off their cellphone. That's not how they live their life."
Amerifats everyone, they cant even hold their attention to a screen for more than 5 minutes
I spend plenty of time on my phone, but people who use them in the theatre or while talking to other people are just fucking shitheads. Ive seen 6 year olds do it and ive seen 50 year olds do it so i think it just comes down to bad human virtues than a generational thing.
Is there actually better film reviewer on youtube than him?
Even RLM like capeshit and reviews only mainstream movies.
No, he thinks it's hypocritical to be for the hunting and eating of animals, among other things such as using them in circuses and zoos, but then doing the whole ''I'm offended and outraged!'' shtick when it comes to, say, a woman letting her dog fuck her.
Where were you when something interesting finally happened in this piece of shit show?
Better Call Saul is a slow burn I'll admit but it's far less slow than BrBa and has consistently good character development as well as decent pacing. I've no qualms with it having some uninteresting scenes as I never expected it to be a breaking bad clone with zany cartels and meth cooking. I understand your opinion though
This movie actually wasn't bad, besides the lackluster ending.
>Newly appointed AMC Entertainment CEO Adam Aron is open to the idea of allowing people to text in theaters. The businessman, who previously headed Starwood Hotels and Resorts and co-owned the Philadelphia 76ers basketball team, told Variety at CinemaCon on Tuesday, April 13, that he’s considering an experiment with relaxing mobile phone bans.
>While discussing AMC’s planned merger with Carmike Cinemas and strategies to engage millennials, Aron explained that you have to factor in cellphones and other mobile devices.
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>“When you tell a 22-year-old to turn off the phone, don’t ruin the movie, they hear, ‘Please cut off your left arm above the elbow,’” the CEO said. “You can’t tell a 22-year-old to turn off their cellphone. That’s not how they live their life.”
This doesn't sound real. I'm going to have to see the article.
What does she do again?
Nice episode, but it didn't look like a season finale episode.
What is he?