>excited for The Jungle Book because it has all my favorite stars
>realize that the one that comes out this year is crap, the Andy Serkis one with Christian Bale is Jungle Book Origins that comes out next year
also BvS is gonna beat
So now the dust has finally settled, can we all agree that he actually died at the end and his daughter was just mentally deranged.
>yfw you realize they are different persons
My dad died 2 days ago, what movies should i watch? Thanks
Is The Night Manager a good show, /tv/?
The season itself had some faults, but these were some of the best characters ever created
Ray Velcoro was a genuinely great character. Everyone else was kind of forgettable.
I mean I remember Frank Semyon, but that's only because of all the embarrassing lines he had to deliver.
Never do anything out of hunger, even eating
>drunken father going through divorce tough guy
>tough chick with daddy issues
>closeted military man
>vince vaughn trying really hard to be a tough guy
literally meme characters that have not a single ounce of originality.
Top Gun 2
>Given that Tom Cruise is 53 years old, what would be an appropriate role for him? Admiral of a carrier group?
>Does the whole patriotic, gung-ho, "America's Navy is the bestest", true professionals message of Top Gun still work in this day and age?
>Should it stick with a simple plot of "let's remember we're pros and go bomb ISIS" or something deeper and more complex?
>tfw waking up everyday to based Karl
>tfw Americucks will never wake up with based Karl
Enjoy Good Morning America, lmfao.
Predict the state of cinematic capeshit in 20 years
This is actually an interesting question, as I think the pendulum has swung from Gen X demanding a grittier, grimdark, Frank Miller treatment of their comic book heroes, to a Millennial demand for lighter, more noble and bright movies.
Capeshit will undoubtedly go away sooner rather than later, as genres come into and go out of vogue, but we may just end back up at 1970's style of capeshit when Millennials hit middle-age.
No capeshit, no monster movies, no action, just pure cinema.
What have you been watching lately?
Hey /tv/, I need some guidance on what horror movie to watch tonight
My favs are:
I like atmosphere over gore or creepines, but if you guys know about a fun slasher to watch I'm game
Also I've watched ABCs of Death and VHS, found those to be kinda fun, so were the first REC. I disliked It Follows immensely tho
Just watched this the other day. Reminded me a bit of Blair Witch.
If you enjoy atmosphere over gore or creepiness I reccomend The Innocents and The Haunting (original, not the remake).
Both are subdued, claustrophobic and beautifully shot classic haunted house films.
GoT season 6 trailer thread
Could the flayed/burned man be Roose Bolton? Just a hunch, but the lyrics of the song from trailer are interesting when you see the Boltons.
We know since last season that the show will be completely different from the books so Ramsay could see pregnant Walda Frey/Bolton (and yesterday there was a rumor that it WAS Walda on the cross, serious) and his father as a threat to his heritage and try something.
That scene with Sansa trying to put that idea in Ramsay's head in season 5 might come in handy.
Of course in the...
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What bullshit will I make up and call a rumor today?So many possibilities.
Politics aside, why do people hate balls-to-the-wall testosterone-jacked action thrillers these days?
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