So I'm feeling deserty. You guys got any historic movies that are set in the desert?
X GON GIVE IT TO YA
I always thought it was "let's go give it to ya"
Now I feel worthless...
Remember when mainstream blockbuster films were well made?
With interesting plots
And moved along at a steady pace
And well rounded characters
With memorable dialog
When did it stop? I'm not saying they don't make good movies anymore but that "blockbuster" type films (Jurassic world/avengers) are not well made films . Everything is just thrown together with Very little care
lots of 90s blockbusters like Jurassic Park and Star Gate still stand up today, maybe because CG graphics were still expensive and difficult, and had to be doled out sparingly - so pure spectacle still had to be done with lots of dudes and/or props and huge sets
now that technology can render an orc army of thousands and green screens can create the illusion of being inside a massive Imperial Palace instead of making anything - has made the craft of Hollywood moviemaking irrelevant to the businessmen who fund these things, because they've shown those positive aspects...
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Mainstream film became more expensive, because of Titanic. And it wasn't the last time Cameron did damage to the medium by releasing a mediocre film that changed how the industry operates.
Le rachat de la prison (1994)
Le Parrain (1972)
Le Parrain II (1974)
Le chevalier noir (2008)
La Liste de Juif (1993)
Douze hommes en colère (1957)
Pulpe roman (1994)
Le Seigneur des Anneaux: Le Retour du Roi (2003)
Le Bon, la Brute et le Truand (1966)
Club du combat (1999)
My girl and my falcon ready for the Man of Iron vs Leather Bat kino tonight
It took us two months to get there by horse
This better be worth the 10 kg of nokia phones I paid for tickets and falcon fodder
Imagine his lines spoken by more charismatic, calm, intimidating actors like Cranston, Strong or Spacey.
>They would add more gravity to this scene
>probably won't do that ding ding ding shit.
>Legit 10/10 capekino
>Clueless Pauly Shore grills Khloé Kardashian on why she “dates black dudes”
>Sipping a pink drink alongside fellow guests Kendra Wilkinson (“Kendra on Top”), Trey Songz and Jillian Reed (“Awkward”), Shore asks host Khloé Kardashian why she and her sisters primarily date “black guys.”
>“I’m just curious,” Shore says. “Because a lot of guys want to have sex with you, and they’re like, Fuck, ’cause I’m not black, I can’t hook up with her.”
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You created me, /tv/. And I'm going to keep bumping this thread until you love me.
What if Doomsday's mother's name was Martha?
>Movie introduces badass mercenary team
>Most of them die within the first 15 minutes leaving only 3 people left
Mythbusters Is Coming Back to TV—But Without Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman
(black guy and blonde british chick?)
(two people, ethnicity and sexuality ambiguous)
Post an image and anons will recommend movies based on them.
Someone's gonna fucking say Drive I know it.
What's the oldest lie in america /tv/?
That Lex Luthor behaving like The Joker wasn't intentional. The entire point of the movie is to show that the Superman mythos belongs to no one and everyone at the same time. This is the historical baggage that Snyder is aware these characters carry: An endless barrage of fanboys and comics since the 30's, comparison to other iconic characters, everyone thinking they have the last word on how these characters act.
It compares Superman to Christ, Moby Dick, King Arthur, Zorro, JFK, etc. Batman is compared with Ahab and Charles F. Kane. It compares Doomsday with a fire spouting dragon, King Kong, a falling meteorite, a nuclear holocaust, etc. So naturally it does the same with Lex (Zuckerberg). There are many more comparisons with the Nolan trilogy. For instance, the Batmobile scene ends up in him running into Superman, while in the Nolan version he decides to spare the Joker on his motorcycle. The Gotham football team's uniform is the same color in both films. Lois Lane and Rachel are dropped from a skyscraper.
It's a deconstruction and analysis of the characters themselves.
The film thrives on these types of associations, like the red Jolly Rancher pushed into the senator's mouth - "it's cherry" - coming back as the blood dripped onto Zod's face, the red graffiti on Superman's monument and his slashed cheek, not to mention the nods to internet culture and memes. It's precisely this uncomfortable reevaluation and redemption of sugary pop imagery that drives the film. "Snyder intends to resolve the conflict between commerce and art," as Armond White notes. The basic thesis is that Superhero franchises are antithetical to what Superman actually stands for.
The fact that not a single character behaved the way fanboys expected just proves the point that all this was intentional.
In which we describe the Batman v Superman fans as we've seen them this past week.
>Dobson in charge of not being a retard
Please post the one in which he gets upset that a store with a "closed" sign doesn't want to let him in.
Also, not only is TDKReturns 30 years old, Miller has only recently become like that. He wasn't like that back in '86 and the fascism of Batman in general was a theme in it.
His comic Ronin would be considered SJW by today's internet standards.
ITT: Capekino fans sum up the horrible Marvel films in a way even Marvel fans would understand
>DUDE, CARTOON CHARACTERS AND 80'S POP MUSIC, LMAO!
Samantha or Jeannie?
I've only seen bits of the first season of each. I liked Samantha more but her mother, husband, and fucking annoying as shit neighbour sucked ass.
Jeannie was nice but too clingy and I liked her husband a lot more.