The fuck was his problem
You know, sometimes the characters acted in ways that just did not make sense. Like that scene where Underwood and Conway meet and Conway gets a call and Underwood calls that chick up and desperately wants to listen in. I was thinking: Why now? If Frank needed that so badly then why hadn't he asked for that kind of surveillance earlier? Had it not previously occurred to Frank that Conway sometimes makes important phone calls?
If you're over the age of 14 and care about spoilers, then you're emotionally stunted and need to grow up.
this is bait but heres my reply anyway
I look at a lot of film like an art form (it is)
I want to go on a emotional journey and I cant do so if a major part is already revealed to me.
Realistic, how would this movie be received if it was released in this era?
Exactly the same, with maybe one or two obligatory 'women are people too' scenes here and there. The original has them, but they're too subtle.
When will /tv/ understand that men in drag aren't controversial anymore?
It would have gone from spearheading feel-good dudes-dressed-as-grannies pablum to being completely derivative. Same with asking what would happen to any other fucking movie if it went from the front lines to the back.
If it was made in this day, it wouldn't be about a father cross dressing in order to get close and watch over his kids, instead it would focus on gender identity with Robin Williams eventually accepting his life as a female and going through with the full sex change.
It would receive thousands of awards and praise by critics everywhere as it tells the beautiful story of the struggles that transgendered go through everyday.
What will the twenty tens be remembered for?
Isn't it weird how horror movies are either 10/10 patrician kino or 0/10 pleb flick garbage, but never something inbetween?
Just saw this. Never thought I'd see another kni film since Parajanov's Սայաթ-Նովա (1968) but here we are 48 years later with Malick's first masterpiece. This is proven by the fact that critics are not liking it. It will take another 30 years for their tastes to catch up to this photoplay. This is Lubezski's only real achievement.
Anyone have a webm of the scene where Natalie Portman sticks her bare foot in Bale's mouth?
critics hate a lot of Malick's movies
The New World is Malick's best movie and it received far more negative reviews than Knight of Cups. To The Wonder also received more negative reviews than Cups. And guess what, both of those are better than Knight of Cups.
Who are your favourite British comedians?
I don't understand this shitty article title or post.
He isn't wearing glasses in his photo. How does it prove his glasses work as disguising him? When he's not fucking wearing them and no one recognises Cavill..
I'm confused am I autistic.
was this Charlie Sheen's best movie?
Why is this movie so fucking depressing?
Thoughts on this show
i had to be around this WHOLE show while my girlfriend re-watched the entire fucking run and it's total dog shit. i cannot believe this is supposed to be one of the best tv shows ever. it's literally like a hundred episodes of people whining about their whore girlfriends or whatever. and yeah i saw the fucking finale and it was stupid. this is my 100% genuine truthful opinion. it was sappy and dumb and the only reason people like this shit that i can fathom is that they saw it when they were 12.
Does it hold up to the original?
What was his problem?
What was the point of this scene?
Why is this so much better than every other zombie movie?
Gang way faggots, goat coming through