I could of fapped or cried to the sex scene in this, beautiful. Anyone else seen this?
What went right?
>implying the old Ventress design and story aren't superior
What went wrong that caused this gem to get cancelled?
I started watching Kyle XY some years ago, bu stopped. Should i go back into watching this show, or show I delete it entirely?
Is there a show that does product placement worse than House of Cards? They do this shit every season and are never ever subtle about it. It's almost like the writers are mocking us
How much would this even cost anyway?
One plus paid $300,000 just to showcase their phone, and I don't even remember seeing it on the show compared to all the Samsungs and Dells everywhere so they must be paying twice as much.
That's good income for Netflix. They dont have commercial breaks so they need to integrate their advertising.
I don't mind product placement as long as it's not fucking obnoxious like in Man of Steel. The most recent example I can think of is San Andreas when they show a shot of a lecture hall and all you can see are apple mac symbols.
I didn't even know if Agario was real desu, I thought he was playing snake at first.
What's his name again?
Top Gun? more like Top Fun, it's been so long since there's just been an entertaining, feel good movie.
>You can be my buffalo wing man anytime
Just saw last night. Me and GF were the only gwilo in teh audience.
Comedy scenes were amazing. Pic related. Sketch artist scene was god tier.
Effects looked like shit. Worse than Shaolin Soccer.
Jarring changes in tones, even genre. I think I read somewhere that this is typical for Asian cinema. That it can go from musical to screwball comedy to brutal crime in the blink of an eye.
Stephen Chow hasn't been in his best since Kungfu Hustle
I dont know what the fuck happened to him Shaloin Soccer, Kung Fu Hustle are great movies
last film I seen of him was that shitty CJ7 duynno what the fuck happened, maybe he got old or some shit
CJ7 was fucking bizarre. Like some ET homage that went weird in the second half.
Journey into the West was another one with weird shifts in tone-- zany comedy/child murdered/aching romance/zany comedy.
That's got to do with Chinese mythology. The holy protagonist was sought after by demons because they thought the eating the Holy Flesh would make them immortal. It's true Chinese story, not the fluffy Forbidden Kingdom type stuff where Su WuKong is a whimsical monkey. He's actually a demon before being converted by the protagonist, so was Zhu BaJie and that fish guy.
It's well loved by China.
I always enjoy seeing Elizabeth Banks in comedies. What do you fämälämäs think, she seems to play the same charactet but it works
She's pretty and never goes overboard with comedy stuff, really inoffensive plus she seems to stay out of the limelight off camera which is nice, she barely seems to register herself as a celeb.
was great in 30 Rock.
>It's an "Elizabeth Banks topless scene" episode
fast forward. who does she think she is? kate winslett?
ITT: We try to replace the jokes from this trailer with worse jokes
>Clive Owen plays a detective in a world where there’s no anonymity or privacy. Everybody is traceable, everything is known. This means no more crime, supposedly. But then Owen meets a woman, played by Seyfried, who has no digital footprint. And this means that a whole new kind of crime is appearing.
Labyrinth's a Classic
Which of these long-ass movies are worth my time?
just came back from a preview screening of this. I'm a fan of the original, so I went in with low expectations since this isn't found footage and I had those expectations met. Not too bad, but pretty much inferior to the original in every way. In fact, for the most part, it doesn't feel too much like a Cloverfield sequel, it's very different, more claustrophobic (as you can tell from the trailers), and focused more on the dynamic between the three characters rather than on evading the monsters.
Some good humour here and there, with some effectively intense...
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>Straight to netflix
"Jesse, did I ever tell you about the time I tricked Tuco into beating me up outside of a Mexican restaurant and called the cops beforehand so they would come and catch him and put him in jail?"
"He was a good friend"