What do you guys think of Max Landis?
I think he's right on the money 90% of the time.
why do normies like that?
>already sold out for the first week
And I don't even live in a first world country filled with white manchildren. Wtf /tv/? You lied to me, you said BvS would flop.
Is he the new DiCaprio?
this show is biggest cancer on this board. its even more shallow than cape shits now and then. but yeah
>hurr princes is fucked by bull xD
>she my waifu
there is no story in this bullshit series, just sad attempts of plot twists and wasted money
I rarely come to this board; that being said, I just saw this movie and I absolutely loved it.
I am a huge Tarantino fan, and I really liked how he strayed away from how he usually makes movies and did something new, and at the same time, nails it.
Anyway, what did YOU think about it, personally I would rate it 8.5/10 but I would like to hear from you.
I'm sorry to tell you, but 80% of /tv/ hates Tarantino
pray to god you don't drop that shit
ITT: post good examples of cinematography
What went wrong?
ITT: underrated actors
>It's a Rollo get's some puss episode
and why is the TSA letting this happen, but won't let me keep my 4oz toothpaste?
AND THE ONE HIT WONDER STREAK CONTINUES
You have to have a hit to be a one hit wonder. Nobody even knows who Max is. The highlight of his career is Chronicle and it was completely unmemorable. He's going to fuck Power Rangers hard.
Will the spoof comedy genre ever make a comeback /tv/?
Not in the classic ZAZ style, at least. That was viciously murdered, not just by talentless hacks superficially aping those movie without actually understanding how they work, but also because referential humour is extremely prevalent in pretty much all comedies now.
uh, there is a spoof of Fifty Shades of Grey playing in my local cinema in the East Midlands. how many Wayans fans do you think there are in England to justify it being screened here?
the genre is still alive. you could even cite Cabin In The Woods as an elevated spoof.
That awkward moment when a $6 million TV episode has a better battle scene than anything in Peter Jackson's $675 million Hobbit trilogy.