>Implying you can find a flaw in this
Will the director's cut salvage it?
what other mysteries do you want to see made into a movie?
Literally Before the class begins, you must get on your knees and worship Marx and accept that he was the most highly-evolved being the world has ever known, even greater than Jesus Christ!”
At this moment, a brave, patriotic, pro-life Navy SEAL champion who had served 1500 tours of duty and understood the necessity of war and fully supported all military decision made by the United States stood up and held up a rock.
”How old is this rock, pinhead?”
The arrogant professor smirked quite Jewishly and smugly replied “4.6 billion years, you stupid Christian”
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I remember back in high school they would make us watch Christian movies. I saw more of Kirk Cameron than any lovestruck tween ever did.
Looking at this advertisement makes me feel nostalgic in a way. Tell me, what's the movie actually like? Is it a pseudo-documentary or is there actually an attempt at a plot? Is there even some mild acknowledgment of alternate theories existing, or is it exclusively propaganda?
Does it actually understand what a scientific theory is or does it think it means whatever you can guess while high?
What went wrong?
ITT: Comedies you like but don't actually make you laugh
Did anyone else enjoy this?
>"How capable are your soldier's general? "
>"I won't have you question my methods!"
>"They're obviously skilled at committing high treason, maybe Leader Snoke should reconsider using a clone army.
TFA had awesome banter. Kylo & Hux's interactions on the Star destroyer were fucking great. I truly don't understand when people say this movie was bad.
what went wrong?
Seriously there were so many attacks on the idea of the Christian God... Was Jewish as fuck. Ben Affleck was bad ass. Better than Christian Bale. Because he's American. LOVED THE CINEMATOGRAPHY TOO!!!
What the FUCK was his plan?
Be careful sir, your wife is hot!
This was great, but I felt like the ending was unnecessary, a few minutes too long, really. It could have easily ended
on Michelle looking out at the alien ship in the distanceand it would have had just as much if not more of an emotional impact.
Solid 8/10 flick though
I was loving the film so much until the ending, really killed the mood, do as you say and cut as she sees the ship, or alternatively cut as you see clover or something that'd link it more with the first film (I do realise we were told not to expect a direct sequel but srsly this could be called literally anything else and still be the same film)
My friends who watched it with me bet its just sequel bait for some "battle L.A: clover edition"
John Goodman was ebin
There is a docmentary about vaccines causing autism that was forced to be pulled from Tribeca. Does this pretty much confirm that it's true. Similar to the holocaust thing, 'to learn the truth figure out what you are not allowed to talk about'
>vaccines cause autism
Well if you enjoy being an autistic faggot with no life or friends, you could certainly believe those things. You're an idiot for doing so, but this is a free country, so feel free to be as retarded as you can possibly be.
What could be done to get Brendan back in business? Not even meming, the man started off with films like School Ties and a couple other legitimately serious roles. Seems like after being the heroic goofball one too many times the industry just gave up on him. Someone really needs to take a chance on him and rekindle his career.