tfw in film class
What is his superpower?
considering his suit is the only thing that makes him good, how come a more powerful villain doesn't steal all his suits and give them to his cronies? this has to happen a few times in the comics
>the suit only recognizes tony
Say what you want about the movie itself, but this was unquestionably the greatest capeshit trailer of all time.
Just watched this, it was amazing. I have a few questions though:
What was the red cube thing that THX puts in the trash vacuum thing?
Why do some people have yellow or red clothes?
How did the hologram become human?
The robocops seemed to show some level of conscious reasoning at the end when they give THX one last chance even after they've been told to return to the facility. Is it possible that they're sentient? Or are they just very advanced AIs?
Is there actually anyone in behind the scenes controlling it all?
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>How did the hologram become human?
this fucking holonegro. what the fuck. I liked this film a lot and wished George would have made more sci fi but goddamn there were some serious red flags in this film
He's literally the Tony Stark of our world. When will a capeshit movie be made about him?
Can anyone recommend older films (preferably in black & white) that are set in the medieval times, dark ages, or earlier? Sword combat, castles, kingdoms, horseback, armor, kings, etc etc ?
Why are critics shitting on Hardcore Henry?
Is it a "i'm old and don't understand video games" thing like with Ebert saying games aren't art?
I am doing a short documentary about bees. Going to meet a guy tomorrow that have bee farms. I don't really know what the story of the documentry is - i haven't decided.
I know nothing about bees.
Please, anyone got some advice? What questions should I ask?
DUDE WE'RE ON A BOAT LMAO
I'm still struggling to understand the point of this show, I thought it was supposed to be a prequel to show the gradual break down of society due to the outbreak, but then they did all that by episode 3-4 and now we're pretty much at the same level they were in season 1 of the main show.
The truth is that it's just utter shit. The main series is nothing amazing, yet still manages to be significantly better in every possible way, which just goes to tell how shitty it really, truly is.
So do you think Jeffrey Dean Morgan did a good job?
who was it?
His scene was brief so I can't really say. He has to compare to the Governor who had 2 seasons worth of material.
The one thing I give him props for was to utterly demolish Rick's confidence. That shit was like a horror movie with all those roadblocks and the sudden realization that you're trapped.
>That shit was like a horror movie with all those roadblocks and the sudden realization that you're trapped.
There was a nice callback to Terminus when Rick mentioned that the Saviors were shooting at their feet. Every other road was pretty well blocked but it seemed like the chain of walkers was a purposeful path of least resistance so Rick's group would go through that one when they got to it (whether that was the 4th road they tried or the 1st) and none of the others.
He did a fine job with what he was given, I just feel bad for him that his big moment was completely overshadowed by AMC suits who ruined the episode in editing.
I still can't believe this was essentially what happened
Emmanuel Lubezki is a jew
Will there ever be another trilogy like Lord of the Rings?
Terence Winter just got fired from Vinyl.
You probably don't care, but this is fucking huge. The show is a megabomb and Winter is the big guy behind it and other HBO shit.
What's the message of this film?