Can we take a min to talk about how fucking fantastic Wes Anderson movies are!
Which of his films are your favorite?
record yourself saying "aaAAAAAAAAaHHHHH the french" on vocaroo and post it in this thread
>it's a boggle episode
How will he be remembered?
>It's a house has to do clinic work episode
>It's a Dr.Park tries to "act" episode
ITT: Movies that could have taken place in the characters head.
The Evil Dead trilogy all took place in Ash's head in an attempt to explain away his murder of his friends and girlfriend after smoking some marijauna laced in something stronger than cannabis. He even goes so far as to cut his own hand off to make the story more believable to himself and people that ask. The claymation effects in the first film represent a person attempting to think up something on the spot. Whereas the second film has a bigger budget, thusly they are more elaborate in that he's...
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The possibility that OP describes is so hard in this movie that I sincerely thought that the end would be a twist that reveals how everything happens in Neeson's head.
>finally get around watching pic related
>starts off pretty strong, impressed by the level of attention to all the details like acting, music cinematography, scenario, dialogue. Basically nothing's left out and it's relatively believable for what it is.
>last few episodes get considerably weaker
>goes full blown saturday morning capeshit in the final episode
pic related sums up pretty well what happens to the show. Damn. How is season 2 ?
Worse in every possible way. Now some fanboys will defend this shit after me, but don't trust them, I had the same reaction as you with the first season, gave an opportunity to the second one and regretted it.
what do you call this hairstyle?
Why are British actors so much better looking than Americans?
Is reddit right?
Is this the worst movie ever made?
What is the worst movie you have ever seen?
No I'm not talking about Grown Ups 2 or Transformers 2, I mean a movie so bad, so fundamentally broken, that is leaves a pit in your stomach or makes you feel frustrated and angry beyond any reasonable measure. This is a question I've been asking myself for a while, and I think it's time for me to do something about it.
>I mean a movie so bad, so fundamentally broken, that is leaves a pit in your stomach or makes you feel frustrated and angry beyond any reasonable measure
Movie literally breaks its own internal logic.
Is Six Feet Under worth watching, /tv/?
Why didn't he just terraform a different planet?
cause he needed superman and earth was right there
Admit it /tv/, you cried a little bit at this