I understand The Jungle Book, but I just can't picture this.
The original book series starred a bunch of velveteen dolls so I'd imagine they'd look similar to those toys, although that'd still be pretty jarring.
Honestly, I'm in the same boat as you. Going with their established looks from the cartoons with a CGI veneer would be equally as jarring.
They'll look like CGI versions of the toys in Christopher Robin's room in a realistic hundred-acre-wood. Christopher Robin will be the only live-action part, everything else will be 100% CGI.
Hey /tv/, what are some definitive cop films/series? I was a big fan of the first season of True Detective, and while the methodical police work took a backdrop in favor of a more focused character study, it was an interesting view into their life despite being a bit stylised. Any other suggestions?
Any good movies based around theme parks?
Y'know, I can think of a really famous one that came out about 20 years ago and spawned multiple sequels along with a media franchise. If you think about it for a minute, you'll remember it too.
However in fairness, the story is not essentially "about" a theme park. that was just more of a consumerist wrinkle to the fundamentally interesting aspect of the premise, making for a modern story.
People actually forget or don't know this movie wasn't released at the most optmistic times. Gas crisis, watergate, violence, cold war. And yet its optimistic and light and has a huge fucking heart.
Without resorting to "because it's actually a good show" or "TWD is pleb", explain why Sopranos cut-to-black ending was satisfying and/or well-done while Walking Dead's was not.
Is anybody watching this show but me?
I’m disappointed at the lack of actual 1970s music on the show (apparently HBO doesn’t want to pay for it) and it’s got the now predictable annoying-wife-causes-problems-for-her-husband trope we see in all tv series nowadays but I dig the 70s setting and Juno Temple is cute as always (love the blue eye shadow).
so why exactly is he in a wheelchair and is mute?
FIND OUT IN THE NEXT EPISODE OF NOTHING HAPPENS:THE SHOW
Are you guys ready for the end of capeshit?
Warcraft will set the standard for the new wave of vidyashit.
Why do you think this movie is still revered as the best?
So, I've never seen Pulp Fiction before. So I decided to watch it two days ago, and since I've watched it 3x already. What are you guys talking about? How contrarian can you guys be?
Pulp Fiction is great when you're not acquainted with Tarantino's works
Once you've seen 5 or 6 Tarantino films you realize it's all the same shit he's doing. All superficial homages. There are no characters. Just different faces reading out the same Tarantino dialogue. He's like a self indulgent autistic kid ripping off bits from different dolls and sewing them together. It becomes sickening, like when you have too much of one cake.
Its real cool to hate tarantino these days. You can't be a true film geek unless you have all kinds of bullshit to say about his body of work.
He's one of the few people that can write decent dialogue anymore.
HE WILL BE MISSED
>The Voice of Star Wars' Admiral Ackbar, Erik Bauersfeld, Dies at 93
Should I go see BvS or buy some weed with it?
why was negan so reasonable? he let them off easy imo
Is Lord of the Rings kino?
please. PLEASE. Shut the FUCK UP about Kino. It's literally just 1-3 people spamming it over and over again. IT'S NOT FUNNY, it's NOT CLEVER, and it's NOT A MEME AND NEVER WILL BE A MEME.
>inb4 lol hothead meme
No. Just think for a moment. Sit the fuck down adn think for a moment that YOU are making this board SHITTIER and SHITTIER with your cringe inducing forced '''''''memes'''''''