>comedy makes you laugh
'Hey, funny movie guys! Check it out!'
>drama makes you feel for the characters
'Hey, guys, this movie is full of feels! Check it out! Reckt me when the dog died!'
>action/thriller/capeshit is shot well
'Woah, had me on the edge of my seat!'
>horror movie is done well
'Pfft, what am I, 12? How can a movie SCARE you? It's a movie!'
Why is this, /tv/?...
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So, what's 'scared'; feeling anxious? Or just a kind of dread, maybe after the movie is over?
I feel like a lot of people posting that they're not 'scared' are just over-blowing what that actually is.
I mean, the Others is pretty heavy on atmosphere, so good example. That's the sort of thing that makes me uneasy.
You are a scary, pathetic little man. Don't you dare even think about posting a thread on my /tv/ again.
Look real hard at your pathetic attempt at a thread and really do some reflecting, then get back to me.
You understand that?
If you could switch bodies with anyone who would you pick and for how long my pick is Chris hemsworth
>who would you pick
>and for how long
what's the first movie you'd recommend to an alien?
>Hey anon, wanna watch this movie?
>Sorry, i only watch good movies.
>How do you know it's bad if you haven't watched it?
What do i say now?
I just started watching pic related
Hey guys, Clerks is one of my favorite movies. I just love the casual and mundane feel it has.
That being said, I heard that Kevin Smith was heavily inspired by Richard Linklater's "Slacker".
If I like Clerks, will I enjoy Slacker?
Slacker isn't gonna be an easy watch for you if you're expecting a lot of vulgar laughs like Clerks. It's an inspiration in mise en scene only.
But Slacker is amazing. If you let the segments wash over you (it's a bunch of tenuously connected segments reflecting life in Austin among disaffected young people), it will be an amazing experience.
Reminder that Nintendo is entering the movie business to start a cinematic universe.
What the hell happened?
/tv/ posts TDKR shit all the time, but I've never seen a TDK or thread.
So what does /tv/ think of The Dark Knight? And I guess Batman Begins as well?
I can feel your anger
ITT: your favorite scenes from The Office
What am I in for boys? What cut do I watch first?
What was his fucking problem?