What did you think of this movie? Also childhood movie thread
The second one is unironically my favorite movie of all time, and im a film student
>>Harry Potter has huge plot holes in the story
>> First Harry Could not be killed by The Dark Lord But he could of surely thrown his ass out the window? right and no magic needed.
>> Also harry dies in part 7 and he is resurrected by the resurrection stone wouldn't he die again because the lady that that one fool resurrected ended up DEAD anyways please school me.
>havent had cable or watched tv in 6+ years
>finally go out and get an antenna
>shitload more channels than i remember from before
>a lot of them with fairly good content
>fall in love with television again
and i am now at the point where i need to consider a DVR. should i purchase the channel master DVR, or use a DIY solution like "MythTV"? i do not want anything with service fees.
records HDTV at about 6GB/hr but otherwise great....can watch and record at the same time by splitting coax with one going to box and one direct to tv
Starting now on A&E lets see if it's shit or not.
Where were you when Cinemassacre finally hit 2 Million subscriptions?
WHOOPI GOLDBERG STARRING IN 9/11 MOVIE WITH CHARLIE SHEEN THIS IS NOT A FUCKING DRILL
>“We are immensely grateful to bring this inspirational story to life. ‘Nine Eleven’ is a highly emotional journey and it took a dynamic bunch to collectively come together to make this unique film happen,” said Guigui. “We are fortunate to have such a gifted cast on board. Both Charlie and Whoopi are native New Yorkers who strongly identify with this story.”
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>mfw this will be Big Guy 4 U level cringiness and bad dialogue
What does /tv/ think of this show?
I kinda like it, tbf(to be frank), but the characters themselves are kind of unlikable as a whole.
The most likable character is Gillian Jacobs', mainly because of her acting ability. The others are just annoying at first and downright unlikable.
Does it get better after 5? I just started ep 5.
i like aussie girl best desu
nose guy is a fag i fucking hate him
rest of the characters are kinda whatever and overall its a 6/10
i just find the fact that anyone can genuinely like this guy let alone 3 (right?) 7-8/10 girls completely unbelievable
and its not just his looks his personality is shit desu
Wife got a small part in a horror film but involves a sex scene. Just curious of how they are filmed and if it's worth doing?
ITT: Comedians whose main source of income isn't comedy
This fucking place ruined this scene for me, I burst out laughing when he said it
>Rick and Carl are the only ones left alive
>They are fleeing a horde of zombies
>They manage to escape but Rick reveals he was bitten.
>"Leave me Coral... Finally I have become the walking dead"
wait wait wait, Alien series spoilers for the first three movies
When the h*ck did Ripley get impregnated? I just watched the third movie, it was mostly a blur, but she sacrifices herself because she got caught? I don't remember that happening
She was so cute with blood all over her face and broken teeth
Post a scene that never fails to make you laugh.
>Muh women in combat roles
Seriously what a piece of shit movie. /tv/ had me excited to watch it, but it was overrated as fuck. It was like a knockoff Afghanistan war film with Mexicans instead of arabs.
Why does it seem like everything these days is so commercialized? Every single movie in theaters seems to be a remake, a sequel to an already milked out series, or comic / book spin off, all of which follow tried-and-true formulas to create a forgettable titles that are sure to attract as many demographics as possible.
I was talking to a friend and was saying that the reason studios are so afraid of trying something new or going into the unknown is the high price of movies these days (mostly because of the cost of CGI), which makes every studio be one or two flops away from bankruptcy. What do you guys think?
It seems like the film industry is not the only place where this is happening. Music too has become a a thing of "brand names" and more focused on the artist than the content. The video game industry also has had very little advancement in the last five years other than better graphics, and most AAA titles are generic games in whatever flavor of the year genre that offer no new mechanics or gameplay.
Or maybe I am just becoming jaded and looking at the past with nostalgia goggles? But it is hard to argue that anything like pic related is made for anything other then milking a franchise to the maximum.
Jaded and everything is slightly worse since demographics/data has become even more prevalent.
Middle budget movies (like Edgar Wright's stuff) has also become rare since the bigger the budget, the exponentially larger the return should be.
Same with a lot of vidya, except now it's pretty much only AAA or indie, and each are as bad as each other but with polar opposites.