Is this book even filmable?
Every book is filmable. Some are just more challenging than others.
Blood Meridian is one that always surprises me that people constantly call unfilmable. I think it could be very cinematic in the right hands.
>there’s been some talk of a bigger-budget remake of Primer
What keeps you coming back to /tv/?
Broke ass nigga can't afford a new bag
That's right mods this thread is totally more tv related than this
it was fun
FUCKING FOOD SEX
How is this even possible? This looks realer than real life.
Did anyone else notice that this guy looks a lot like Heath Ledger?
What would you use the Holodeck for, fellow crewmen?
What the fuck was this guy's master plan when he landed in the North?
Even if he captured Winterfell, it would have been about 80 gajillion miles until he got to King's Landing. An army of mercenaries, northerners, and maybe wildlings would not be the ideal army for a protracted campaign if military genius here was going to save King's Landing for last.
I don't even care that he burned his daughter, I get that he was pussy-whipped by the priestess and stopped thinking for himself a long time ago. But what the fuck was anybody thinking when they...
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It makes no sense because D&D deviated from the source material again for their own fan fiction.
>that "You are my daughter" speech
>oh wait the audience actually likes Stannis now
>can't have that dabid, stannis is ebil dabid
Stannis became addicted to blood magic solving all of his problems. He probably thought that he could bring his daughter back later by sacrificing his wife, bring his wife back by sacrificing himself, and then bring himself back by sacrificing his daughter again.
Do you want the talking pillow?
The other night we accidentally had a really good thread about the shining. We discussed the hotel as an entity, the eerieness of the hotel layout not making sense, and the possibility of ghosts.
I thought we might try again with 2001: A Space Odyssey
Some talking points:
>was the monolith a real object or just a representation of progress?
>HAL is the most iconic part of the movie aside from the score and yet his portion of the story is wholly forgettable when put against monkey madness, extended punch-drunk love sequence, and spoopy end scene
>did he dream the whole thing
>why did the monolith appear to him as he lay dying
>is this incredible movie proof that Kubrick definitely helped the US government fake the moon landing
Have at it, lads!
>hey guys lets discuss a movie/director that's been discussed to death
You are barely any better than those guys who try to have intellectual conversations about Big Lebowski, Fight Club, or Pulp Fiction in 2016.
So is this neo western?
So why is Batman calling for himself?
>STILL no BD/DVD rip
Sucks that I managed to live long enough to see the death of quality piracy