What are some of the most unnerving horror movie moments or faces?
It's the best thing he's ever done imo. While there does seem to be inspiration from Cheers, it's more focused on being uncompromisingly depressing in it's portrayal of things like alcoholism, meanness and mental illness, more similar to The Iceman Cometh and Arthur Miller type stuff.
itt post unrealistic things in movies that annoy you
why is it in movies when people get in a fist fight or punched in the face there is barely any blood? last time i got punched in the face there was blood everywhere and it took like 10 minutes to stop bleeding
The lack of blood doesn't bother me nearly as much as the lack of visible exhaustion. Unless a character is on the brink of death, you rarely ever see them get tired during a fight.
>That movie idea that lasted a few seconds in your head? Yeah, I already shot all my scenes.
>It's a "Bart gets a new girlfriend
and kisses more girls than /tv/ ever will" episode.
We'll lie to the neighbors and say they're twins
>how many wives will you be marrying today
>what are you, gay?
also the Hitachi Tribe subplot with Lisa was pretty good.
4/10 by classic simpsons standards
9/10 by zombie simpsons standards
>Aronofsky meets The Matrix meets INCEPTION for the ultimate capekino experience
Did Marvel make a deal with the devil or something? How the FUCK are they doing this?
How are they consistently adapting comics to the big screen with this level of unmatched success?
AoU delivered exactly what its trailer promised though. The main complaints were that there were too many quips and Ultron wasn't very compelling as a villain.
That's fairly mild as far as capeshit criticism goes.
> The Fountain invented astral projection.
> The Matrix invented martial arts instructors and basic Tai Chi poses
> Inception invented bending rooms and landscapes in on themselves
Did you know that the Daily Show still exists?
Did Davis and Mane know that Jimmy is not a real lawyer?
redpill me on M*A*S*H
>Mother! You're alive!
Are franchises created by men for men inherently superior to franchises created to pander to a female demographic? Because why else would directors feel the need to basically gender bend classic movies? There aren't really any guys saying we should make a male version of any female lead franchise.
Thats because men cant relate to the female-lead movies. No man is gonna be able to relate to the hardships a shopaholic experiences. I buy something when I need it, I never go to the mall/city just with the sole goal of buying SOMETHING.
That feel when I realized Seth MacFarlane was a massive cuck.
He drops hints now and then. The last American Dad episode I watched had Stan Smith switch lives with the black principle guy Lewis who replaced Stan as Francine's husband and his kids father so now his kids (Steve and Haley) were both racially mixed since Francine was blacked.
The last new Family guy episode I saw was about Peter and Lois opening up a new business, a Cookie shop, get it, a KEK-IE shop. Hold on it gets better, half way through the episode there's a bit where this black guy...
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>Someone gave this actual thought and decided to make a thread about it on 4chan
You need to go outside kid. You're going too far deep.
ITT: "villains" who literally did nothing wrong
He just wanted his dead girlfriend back
Doctor strange looks awesome. how does marvel keep doing it? Can dc catch up at this rate?
Did this show die too soon?