What's going on in this scene?
How come Ben Kingsley is able to play racial characters and win awards, but if any other white actor does it, there are riots and people tell us that we might as well reinstate slavery?
Krishna Banji son of white british mother and british indian father, better known as Ben Kingsley, is portraying a role suited to his dual ancestry...? AGAIN?! Stop the presses!!!
Is Silent Hill a good film?
in the same way that most movies that take from a source material instead of being original are inherently reductionist in their storyline, this movie suffers as well.
They did a bad job introducing pyramid head and the cult, while also technically basing the movie off of the first game that had a male protagonist.
I did enjoy it though, some parts were legitimately creepy, like during the first air raid siren.
>Worf accepts him in his family
>Makes him a member of his House
>Calls him his brother
>Kid's never seen or even mentioned ever again
>suit is revealed
>Joe-El says: This type of suit was typically worn by Kryptonian ambassadors when making first contacts. Looks like it would fit you.
IT only took two fucking sentences to make things more interesting lore wise. Why are writers so lazy?
EVERYBODY KNOW THAT BADGER LOVES ______ ______
HOW READY IS /tv/ NOW?
Is this a bullshit-free version of the Walking Dead?
No, it's nothing like Walking Dead. It's pretty good though, don't listen to the fags that say episode 1 is the best cuz they're full of it, the only "bad" episodes are 4 and 5 which grind things to a halt.
Last 3 episodes are fucking incredible.
Who else here /loves/ the original Ghostbusters?
I'm not a native english speaker.
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What is Will Smith saying?
Why is it so hard to make a good video game movie /tv/?
We've had tons of capeshit movies that range from bad, average, to great. But there's never been a great video game movie
Because video games are not art, and cannot be made into art.
At the most they can be adapted into a cheap cash grab, but even then they won't be successful unless some sex worker they convinced to be an actress is in it like Resident Evil.
This Civil War trailer did a great job of illustrating how the majority of /tv/ knows nothing about the inner-workings of filmmaking and just regurgitate pessimistic opinions they read from some pseudo-intellectual blogpost.
This post did a great job of illustrating how the OP knows nothing about the inner-workings of /tv/ and just regurgitates pessimistic opinions he read from some pseudo-intellectual blogpost.
What did they name the team?
Whenever someone mentions Ryan Renolds, I immediately think of this underrated masterpiece that he was in.
yeah no fucking shit! I get the director's intention, to not make it a same old "hero is stuck, hero gets saved" but still this movie is so nightmarish and the ending too left such an impact on me.
How were so many monsters created in the 80's (we'll count 1978 as the cultural beginning of the 80's, because London Calling, The Cars, and Van Halen were very 80's)??
>Mother Fucking Turtles!
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