ITT: Big YouTubers that went nowhere
GHOSTBUSTER 2016 REVIEW IS IN
This guy caught an early screening of it.
Her character in Green Room was one of the best written female characters in forever.
She didn't even do anything special, she simply wasn't a pushover bland mary sue
Did you like her? I bet you did
I love her. Her and Saoirse are the only two actresses I would marry in a heartbeat. Probably only two women in the world
Her character in this film is great and a much better "strong female character" than Rey or ghostbusters or any other bullshit because it doesn't matter that she's a girl. She's just a lot more hardcore than anybody else in the movie
Third for Jonsa.
Fight fire with fire
post iconic /tv/ guns
As cool as the pulse rifle is the E11 will always be the king
Alliser "Man Flesh, Bread And Butter" Thorne edition
Erin Gilbert (Kristen Wiig), a physics teacher at Empire State University, has her opportunity to receive tenure jeopardized when her old friend, amateur paranormal researcher Abby Yates (Melissa McCarthy), publishes a book they wrote together several years prior, positing the existence of ghosts. Erin visits Abby and her new partner, nuclear engineer Jillian Holtzmann (Kate McKinnon), to ask Abby to remove her name from the book, and is persuaded by Abby and Jillian to accompany them to the Aldridge Hotel to investigate claims of paranormal activity made by the receptionist...
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Doomsday 10 years later edition
What was your opinion of S2 10 years ago and has it changed?
Should have had a few episodes with this console room desu
I loved this film.
The last 15-20 minutes are pure directorial and acting genius.
Can anyone suggest more movies like it?
A Walk Among the Tombstones.
Came out the same year, has well-rounded characters and interesting elements for a crime story. Like The Drop it has a "literary" feeling to it. It's also the best Liam Neeson movie in ten years or so (nothing like Taken, Unknown, etc).
But I have to say that the last scene of The Drop was awful and not necessary.
You mean the scene where Bob meets the girl?
I agree. Although it did offer some closure. I guess they wanted to end the movie on a positive note.
I'll give your recommendation a try, although I really don't like Neeson's latest movies.
lol you're right, the movie came out in 2014 and Gandolfini died in 2013.
So just watched this and hadn't watched the original cut before. What's different about it?
I can tell you right now that the first two hours before they actually get down to the fight are waaay too long.
But did it fix any plotholes and things that people were bothered by before? I had heard that Lex Luthor's plan supposedly would be pretty bad and the motivation behind it didn't really come off as convincing or clear in this cut either it seems.
so i just came from the movie and here is the spoiler for the end of the movie, I AM NOT MAKING THIS SHIT UP I SWEAR
they defeat final boss by focusing fire ONTO HIS DICK
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Zane Lowe from BBC Radio One curated a re-score of Drive with new original songs done by a bunch of artists.
I can post a download link if people want me to
How such a retard was able to become so powerful?
>Late 90s movie/TV show/commercial
>Kid Rock is playing
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