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Vox have drawn up some lists of the best- and worst-reviewed actors of the past five years. Any thoughts, /tv/?
why are there no good sci-fi comedies?
I'm Chuck and I'm here for a fuck.
What I really about this show, is how a character (mainly Saul) is shown a complete asshole, then you kinda feel pity for him and in the next scene he is even bigger asshole than before.
When season 2 finale? Don't want to start it before it's complete.
>You're kind of lawyer guilty people hire
That's a 3rd degree burn.
IN A WORLD...
Snyder mentioned wanting him in the DCEU. Who would you cast him as?
I know everything is dramatized to a degree but I'm watching this with a friend who is piping up and every scene saying "oh that's a green screen, and so is that." When it comes to basic shots of Tim by the river or in a field with the Bears. Is this true and is there any proof you can link?
Well the guy did get eaten by a bear. If thats not real enough I dont know what is.
He was playing with fire and getting away with it for a while. Most people just dont take the risk even though they could attempt the same with wild predators.
It's a documentary, not a movie. Which should give you your answer.
It's real. The documentary of Treadwell is shot by himself or Huguenard. There are no actors doing "dramatized" scenes.
Your friend is a retard.
>The documentary of Treadwell
Hurr durr I meant the material of Treadwell, as in the shots where we see treadwell or hear his voice or the shots he took himself of bears and so on.
In any case it's all him, there isn't an actor playing him in any scenes
Are they /tv/ approved or just a pair of cucks?
As far as woody allen movies, go, this was probably one of the ones I liked more.
I'm not doing anything so I guess I'll watch it now. My initial impressions are that I like the opening shots of Paris but my god it's so fucking yellow. Okay, I probably won't alt tab again until it's over.
Do you think he's intelligent enough to hate his own movies?
Why is it that the best threads on /tv/ for discussion are usually related to anime?
Because since anime it's MOSTLY shit and frowned upon
while only few hotheads frowned upon baneposters for e.g.and noone want to pass as a retarded weaboo, people actually put some effort in discussing worthy japanese works.
B R A V O M A R V E L
Is this a good movie?
What does /tv/ think of Gary Oldman?
I don't think he's ever really acting. Someone just sneaks into his apartment and replaces his clothes with costumes. Then the other actors interact with him according to the script.
The Professional, leave an unloaded weapon, a badge and drugs on his nightstand.
Dracula, "Psst, hey Gary. Wynonna would really dig it of you tried to do seduce her and drink her blood."
So I just found out that Inception, which I always thought was a very original idea, is actually a rip off Paprika (2006) and Dreamscape (1984), with exactly the same scenes. I'm going to watch these movies soon.
What are other famous movies that are considered to be original stories but instead are rip offs?