Daily reminder that Aidan Gillen was in Shangai Knights
>...I can stay if you want
Is he seriously going to fuck his bodyguard again
the sexual tension was palpable as fuck, i wish they had one last go. also, as much as i hated S3 i liked how bitchy Meechum was towards Tom getting so close to Francis
I always thought the hate for this movie here was just a meme or you all being contrarian. But holy shit I just saw this in the theatre and this was some of the most unfunny shit I've seen in years. How can so so many people find this legitimately hilarious? I don't fucking get it, am I not the target audience or something? I mean I'm over 17 I thought the humor would reflect that.
what's the worst garbage in film I can watch for morbid curiosity?
Name one role this based AF legendary black male actor can not play.
Is there anything as simultaneously unsettling and hilarious as Rodney Dangerfield's role in Natural Born Killers?
>The "terrorist" from Sacha Baron Cohen's movie 'Bruno' was actually just a Palestinian Christian grocery store owner
>Baron Cohen tricked him by telling him he was making a documentary about Palestinians, and proceeded to show him gay crap from his movie
>Baron Cohen again repeated the claim that the man was a "terrorist" on the David Letterman show
>The man subsequently began receiving death threats for unwillingly appearing...
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>"thanks for hiring me anon, you make a great director. I'm sure your arts teacher will love this project. Say, you don't mind if I sleep in your car tonight? I'll be out in the morning, I promise."
Now that the dust has settled, can we all agree that these are the five masterpieces of the capekino genre, so nuanced and profound in their analysis of the method and psychology of the superhero that they approach cinéma vérité?
Truly, these are films that belong in the canon of great art alongside other great works like Ostře sledované vlaky and Un condamné à mort s'est échappé.
Discuss these great works in this thread.
What was the last great slasher movie? Feel like there haven't been any for ages.
Slashers are sort of rooted in the 1980s, all we've got since then are throwbacks and nostalgia.
Back then it was the boogeyman, these days it's all about how you fucked your ownself up (Saw, Hostel).
I love old horror films. They just had a certain feel to them. Those were the days people thought stuff like this was a good idea
I know I'm late, but god damn this was an amazing movie. I've never been the biggest fan of Chris Nolan, but I really can't think of anything negative to say about this one without just being cynical
I think you're mistaken. This is /tv/. This is a board where we shitpost, pretend to like pretentious obscure shit, and recycle trolling memes. Nobody actually discusses movies they like, especially mainstream movies. Sorry, bro.
I really enjoyed it. I know the whole "love can transcend space-time" thing was a little fantastical, but that didn't bother because the movie had a stronger focus on characters/emotions than on pure, hard science-fiction.
My only real complaint is that some of the scenes on Earth towards the last third of the movie felt a little too long or not needed. It wasn't bad, it just muddled the pacing for me.
What's this hairstyle called again?
Don't mind me, just posting the best Disney film
Should have been the new Ghostbusters cast
>movie so bad Green Lantern wont appear in Justice League movie
What went wrong?