WHAT DO YOU GET WHEN YOU GUZZLE DOWN SWEETS...
You get a punch in the face you little shit get out of my factory
Is Jimmy gonna have Chuck declared legaly insane so his testimony and tape are inadmissible in court?
How to get into David Cronenberg, /tv/?
I like The Brood, comfy creepy early 80s body horror. Cosmopolis is awesome, a singular experience, disorienting but pretty interesting. Maps to the Stars is really good, sort of his The Player/Mulholland Drive. I don't love A History of Violence, kind of overrated here? Scanners is good and worth watching, tech/thriller body horror but not as good as it could have been do to fucked up shooting schedule or budget or something.
Is this Daniel Day Lewis' finest performance?
Yes. There was something old Hollywood about his performance. It reminded me of Lionel Barrymore. Pre-method type acting. Incredible craftsmanship and showmanship. And he also managed to do suble things that made you lean forward in your chair, in addition to the larger than life stuff. I love the scene where he's waiting for his steaks in the restaurant.
Robbie grew up in Gold Coast, a city on Australia’s Pacific shore, 500 miles north of Sydney. In an old movie, you might have seen a crossroad sign demonstrating just how isolated it was, just how far from the known capitals. Four thousand miles to Tokyo. Ten thousand miles to London. Seven thousand miles to Los Angeles. Margot lived with her mother and three siblings—her parents divorced when she was a kid—in a house in the hills, the sleepiest part of a sleepy city at the bottom of the world. Her mother is a physiotherapist. Her father does some farming and some other...
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"I met Margot in the restaurant in the Mark hotel, on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. It’s a celebrity haunt. You sense them in the shadows, in their booths, tracking you with suspicious eyes. She wandered through the room like a second-semester freshman, finally at ease with the system. She stopped at tables along the way to talk to friends. I don’t remember what she was wearing, but it was simple, her hair combed around those painfully blue eyes. We sat in the corner. She looked at me and smiled."
How the hell did she get a role in a big time blockbuster Marvel Studios movie?
>Disney channel bullshit.
And that's it.
She's a popular instagram model now
go check her instagram
and they probably wanted someone black and that was young
the only other black chick this age that is around stole the part of storm over zendaya
look it up
Kenneth Branagh did nothing wrong.
He did nothing right either...
>tfw your career peaks in your first movie and it's all been downhill since then
La la la la... La la la la...
I'm going to kill myself tomorrow.
This is my favorite movie in the last 10 years. Lots of interesting topics are dealt with in here - sex/love vs. technology, virtual reality, mind/body problem, nature of consciousness, etc. But I think this is ultimately a movie about spiritual Enlightenment (Alan Watts and how the ending confirms it). Thoughts?
>tfw fell for the "primer is a good movie" meme
HAHAHA NICE ONE /TV/
WASTING MY ALREADY EXTREMELY LIMITED FREE TIME IS SO FUCKING FUNNY GUYS
> mfw people actually try to "solve" the film
The whole point of scenes like Granger coming back and there being like 5 versions of Aaron were to show that they completely lost control and they couldn't trust each other anymore.
The movie was about the degradation of a friendship masquerading as a sci-fi film.
So, is it any good?
so did the jew get the filipino fella?
itt: films only you have seen
He'll never amount to a thing!
I saw a book at a university library devoted to examining good, ok, and bad screenplays and they did a chapter on why titanic is a bad screenplay, it made me laugh.