What's the deal with curry cinema? Is it supposed to be ironic?
Be subjective, /tv/!
Is it good?
How did these two autists even manage to become crimelords?
favorite malick film? pic related
ITT: 10/10 TV series
Marathoning it for the 6th time now. Still holds up after all those years. Real masterpiece. Haters are just stupid to understand it.
>Mad Max: Fury Road was essentially Mad Max for girls
>Star Wars: The Force Awakens was basically Star Wars for girls
>The CBS Supergirl show is Superman for girls
>The Ghostbusters reboot is literally just Ghostbusters for girls
How long until they reimagine this sci fi classic with a female lead? Is anyone getting sick of this because its kind of lazy or do you want more movies and shows get remade with a female lead?
I'm ambivalent. Fury Road was good, I actually liked TFA but Rey was written poorly. Supergirl is shit. Ghostbusters looks shit.
It really depends on the writing. If it's good, then I have no issue with female characters
I don't give a shit about female vs male leads. I care that the characters be well written.
No one in Fury Road seems to have any characterization. Rey in TFA is perfect, everyone loves her instantly, and it makes her completely boring.
I couldn't get past the first episode of Supergirl. I didn't find the character compelling, and a lot of elements seemed cliche.
I've seen the Ghostbusters trailer. I wouldn't mind never seeing it again. It's not funny in the least;...
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reviews are coming in and it's getting nothing but praise
is this going to be the next mad max fury road type sleeper hit?
Star Wars Episode VIII
>such a lame social commentary
>OMG it was like Snowpiercer but in vertical lol
ITT: people who don't like it most likely didn't get it. Very much like A Field In England, this was about a slow descent into insanity.
It was a poor adaptation though. I prefered by far A Field in England.
What are your favorite films and tv shows to watch on Netflix? What is the cream of the crop? Recommend and suggest Netflix offerings ITT.
As far as their originals go Daredevil and House of Cards
Other than that I just look for documentaries that look interesting, or if I get a craving for some 80's movie...just watched Big Trouble in Little China
>le terminator lazer
Star Wars dies right there, in front of your eyes.
I WANT MORE 18TH CENTURY NAVAL/PIRATE THINGS FUCK
yeah but wading through the ac bullshit isnt really worth the incredible setting. why tf do they continue to think people want to play the modern/"""""real world""""" shit.
also fucking tail missions and boring combat.
its a genuine modern tragedy
ITT we trivialize a character's struggles with "muh" I'll start
Did you think this was real when you first watched it?