Don't lie, you liked it.
what does /tv/ think of Nicolas Cage?
Does this show get any better? I got bored after the first two episodes.
Finally got around to watching this. Probably the best action-comedy I've ever seen. What do you think?
Probably my favorite movie. I even think the Kurt Russell John carpenter audio commentary track is better than most movies. They need to get off their asses and make another movie.
>just remember what ol jack burton does when poison arrows fall from the sky and the pillars of heaven shake
>Post your most contentious /tv/ related opinion in the most inflammatory language possible
>Winner is the person who gets the most (you)s
WTF happened to S-Tier Director Michael Mann suddenly?
He made masterpieces in the 90s and early 2000 and now he made Blackhat which is nothing like him and total shit.
in this itt
epic /tv/ memes that you made y'ouerself
It's one thing to criticize them, and a whole different ball game to actually make them.
When I was in sixth grade, I wrote a script for the pilot episode of "Ninja Monkeys" and got several of my friends and my dad to star in it. I think the trailer might still be floating around on YouTube somewhere.
/tv/ approved black actors
Our king lives
>Are you ready? It’s called “MIB 23,” which not only combines the names of the two franchises but takes a playful jab at Hollywood’s obsession with sequels.
Hahah, nice joke O-
What fucking Dimension am I in?
>that massive run-on "sentence"
>all them commas
>makes literally no sense
What's funny is women bemoan the "all females are retarded" stereotype yet perpetuate every time they speak/type/text
ITT: We post third movies that dropped the ball HARD.
Well, you're free to leave at any time.
Is this the most cringeworthy thing to ever happen in movie history? Seriously, shit...he's nearly fucking fifty and still acting like an emo angsty teenager.
>We’ve already heard reports that the Best Supporting Actor Oscar winner acted a bit strange on set, sending his co-stars a dead pig, courtesy of a nameless henchmen who reportedly dropped it off on set, and giving Margot Robbie a live black rat, which she ended up keeping.
>Meanwhile Will Smith has claimed that he never felt like he met Jared Leto...
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Christ. Reminds me of stories of Kevin Spacey stealing golf carts and equipment from the crew of Superman Returns.
If getting into character means disrupting everything, is it really the mark of professionalism, or the opposite?