Anyone here seen it?
It's currently got a 100% on Rotten Tomatoes.
do you agree with this?
Talk about films. Feel free to be pretentious by the standards of capeshit addicts. Perhaps discuss a film that doesn't make it's way on to this board regularly. There are still some genuine film lovers here. Raise your voices.
I enjoyed this film's quiet self-certainty. I had heard people complaining that it marked Kiarostami's move away from the traits that made his films interesting in the first place. I'm not sure what to make of that.
Talk about anything at all, eh?
Well how about Zatoichi? Lovable tramp wanders Japan and rights wrongs.
The funny thing is that Snyder isn't even that smart. He's a try hard tattooed gym rat that thinks deep is inserting religious symbolism into his films. That's like rookie director 101 on how to try to add complexity to a film. Newb shit.
And of course fedora and DC fags eat it up.
>Watch Watchmen commentary
>I made this scene like this cause it looks cool also this scene like this cause it looks cool oh and you know this scene here? Made it look like this cause it looked cool
You don't even know the guy. The fact that you're imagining this weird scenario about his personality traits and behavior simply speaks tons about your own shortcomings.
I'm looking for a comfy TV show to play in the background while I work on some CAD (computer aided design)
I guess my ideal requirements are:
>must be tons of episodes
>mustnt be reliant on complex plot strands
>must be comfy
Got any ideas?
>Gabagool? Over heeeere.
What did he mean by this?
>initially laugh at Sil's hair
>learn the truth years later
Feels bad man
Is there a more unlike-able person on tv right now?
>So love has blinded you?
How the fuck do you even respond to this?
What happened, /tv/?
Remember when you were young, you shone like the sun.
Shine on you crazy diamond.
Now there's a look in your eyes, like black holes in the sky.
Shine on you crazy diamond.
You were caught in the crossfire of childhood and stardom, blown on the steel breeze.
Come on you target for faraway laughter, come on you stranger, you legend, you martyr, and shine!
So did Luke use the Force to blow up the Death Star akin to Ren at the begining of TFA?
Wouldn't luke have to be a very powerful Jedi to use the force is such a strong manor?
>It's your guilty pleasure /t/
>Prove me wrong
Arthur Dayne confirmed for not dual-wielding; thank you based Jews
Asha looking good
Jaime is ruined
What exactly is the point of this character?
They fucked up in killing Sophia, so now we get her. Which is objectively a downgrade to how Sophia's actress turned out. Although we got Operator Carol out of the deal, oh wait they fucked that up too.
It has soderbergh's name on it and I'd fuck the supporting female lead.
Only seen one episode, seems like boring degenerate revelry, but maybe that's how I want to have my morning coffee for the next ten days.
I couldn't tell you why. Maybe because my experience with women is that the competent ones are always cold and calculating, putting on a facade for the ones who think they're having fun. coldness is kinda hot.
Interesting premiere timing too. Could allison rapp be an ARG?