Why didn't TFA use practical effects for Maz Kanata.
CGI characters have only been done well in District 9.
Any LITERAL (non meme) "kino" suggestions?
Great foreign movies that the average person doesn't know about.
Like Old Boy.
Preferably I'm English or French.
Delicatessen is French, dystopic cannibalism and shit. Tetsuo is Japanese but it's visually stunning. Yeah they're both understandable, though you might want to look up Japanese cyberpunk before you watch Tetsuo
>Get me Javier Bardem
>R-right away sir!
MMMM CLARKY BOY
Is this man actually patrician trying to elevate capeshit to a new level but his efforts being stunted by cape manchildren?
>Helicopter pilot is MIA or dead
>Zombies are being let in and everywhere in the complex
>He leaves his soldiers behind to go hide
>Locks himself inside the dwelling/living area
Let's pretend Bub wasn't there. What was Rhodes plan exactly? Was he just gonna grab a bunch of ammo and then uh... shoot all of the zombies? Somehow make a run for it despite the zombies that are soon going to be clogging up the doorways?
I mean what the hell?
why are people loving to hate on this?
Because they wanted it to fail miserably. And in today's day of age, there's no such thing as a middle ground anymore. You either love something or hate something. In this case, for whatever reason, be it Zack Snyder, Ben Affleck, DC, WB, Man of Steel, or something else, if someone didn't think it was going to be good, they were going to watch it and hate it with a passion. That's why you have so many retarded complaints about these movies, shouted louder than the actual complaints. Barely anyone...
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Why do people like their method of releasing content? It ruins discussion. We can't have threads on here because every person is at a different point of the series. For the same reason you can't talk about it with friends. And by the time the majority have watched it, everyone is trying to binge watch something else and have forgotten about it. Gone are the times of pondering what it going to happen next.
Releasing things weekly is the best way for a show to have staying power. But people tend to flock to Netflix for some reason. But you get nothing out of it besides a weekend wasted on binge watching a show you couldn't even recall having watched. Where is the Daredevil discussion? House of Cards? The only thing you ever hear is that they were good. Why were they good? Well no one knows because they formed that opinion before they even watched it and just became another sheep. I fucking hate Netflix and shows released to binge watch are mostly forgettable trash.
liberalswill never understand
Good CIA/FBI/government thrillers?
What's next for him?
About to rewatch Episode 3
What can i expect?
how did pam go from being a qt, shy, likable receptionist to an annoying mean bitch?