What does /tv/ think of Ex-Machina? I just finished watching and fairly enjoyed it.
What movies would you like to see get remade with an all female cast or at least a female lead?
The Punisher 2004
>I enjoyed it
Thoughts and discussion?
Can we just talk about this scene from The Deer Hunter?
I hadn't used Netflix in years (old family account) until tonight, away from my external and wanting to watch something comfy and familiar because I couldn't sleep, but jesus fucking christ in a sidecar I can't find anything except documentaries and C-list movies.
>Any other Pixar movies
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Netflix isn't about watching the movie you want to watch, it's about finding and watching the best of what's already on Netflix.
Watch Full Metal Jacket or Kill Bill, shit I dunno.
Find a list of the good stuff that's already on Netflix and watch that.
Don't think of a movie and see if it's on Netflix because you'll be disappointed.
As for money, Daredevil, House of Card, Jessica Jones are really damn popular and most normies don't know what piracy is.
>Netflix isn't about watching the movie you want to watch, it's about finding and watching the best of what's already on Netflix.
But I thought their whole gimmick when they started up was to try to have pretty much everything and years ago I seem to recall that being more-or-less the case. Have other streaming services really taken such a huge bite out of their library?
>What did they get right?
>What could they have done better?
I'm watching this again and right off the bat I noticed one thing that makes A New Hope so much better than The Force Awakens. In the first Star Wars they had a great opening scene that introduced the villain and then we immediately settled in with the main character and hero Luke. The Force Awakens tries to introduce too many characters too quickly, Poe, Rylo, Finn, and then finally we settle in and get to know Rey.
The Force Awakens tries to tell us too many stories at once. When Han shows up he gets a mini-movie to escape from the kanjiclub that no one really cares about and has no impact on the story. We already know he's a rogue, he does fun stuff later on the battlefield, we don't need the stupid short movie crammed in the middle of our real main character's journey. But is it our main character? I feel like it's legitimately Han vs Rey competing for story time instead of the great cooperative relationship between Obi-wan and Luke, where Ben mentors Luke and only for the scene where he dies does he steal the spotlight. And there it's perfectly acceptable because Luke is giving his full attention to the fight and Luke is the character who's eyes we see the whole story through.
Anyway, I know that's not super insightful but I'd like to hear what you think TFA did right, because I really want to love this movie but I don't know if I'll get there. I do think it has great jokes, it pulls on nostalgia well, and it has some great visuals. That's all the praise I can give it though, am I missing something?
is there any hope for DC?
What's an unironic example of capekino?
Does it exist?
What's the greatest opening to a movie and why is it Austin Powers Goldmember?
what does /tv/ think of Mama ?
I've marathoned 25 minutes of it already
thats not a marathon idiot until your 30 mins in
Why are they such dicks to Klaus?
If Batman is a murderer now how come Joker is still alive?
>ARF ARF TELL ME WHERE THOSE FUCKING SAND NIGGERS ARE YOU HADDJI PIECE OF SHIT OR I'LL BLOW YOUR SKULL ACROSS THE GODDAMN SAND
Post the most intense scenes you remember from Army Dog
What do you guys want from a youtube review channel? Starting a new one, curious what would appeal to you guys.
Let's all get hype for BvS here DCbros!
Marveldrones stay out! You aren't allowed in here!
>tfw a friend just told me it was fucking amazing, and it was easily the best capeshit