Just saw Full Metal Jacket for the first time and loved it, what's /tv/'s opinions on it?
I think that the whole film would have worked as just the boot camp but it was nice to see the recruits develop into killing machines.
Also what was the significance of the sniper girl at the end? She was a gook who shot 3 of their friends who cares what happens to her, she was gonna die anyway so there was hardly any morality in it.
I am surprised, most people on /tv/ say "JUST SAW THIS CLASSIC MOVIE FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 2016,
It was crap.
Like one viewing of a movie for the first time makes them an expert.
Anyways, She was a little girl. Death of the innocents. It also helps to reinforce the "BORN TO KILL" idea.
America trained men to fight against untrained girls.
I think it talked about the duality of humans.
Do you think you could run a movie studio?
I don't even think they can run a movie studio.
Like how hard is it? Logistics aside, the problem is the plebs that buy the tickets.
You need something dumb enough to make them feel good, but smart enough that they don't feel like their being talked down too.
Do you think that in a setting where people stop aging at 25 and have unlimited lifespan as long as they earn enough money there would be more incest?
yeah, sure. Why not. Movies are about fantasy after all.
So did you like what the movie talked about class system and how they drain the life of low classes to subside their own apathetic greed?
>Characters who are literally you
just watched this, regular edition not ultimate.
i really like how snyder just said "fuck it" to comic book nerds who still think batman shouldn't kill hostiles, i mean he was just on a roll offing people left and right. i applaud this version of the bat over nolan's, who always felt like a goody two shoes cunt. not being a contrarian cynic here, but we all know those people at the end of the dark knight would have offed each other like the joker planned. it is not 'edgy' - just human nature.
burton's batman had a lot of grit...
Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Yep. I hope he just mag dumps the Joker like any of us would. Fuck nerds bro I like killing and Batman, so putting them together makes it pure kino.
I can't wait for Suicide Squad, suicide is so metal
ITT: Ill-conceived career decisions
What are some good films with aboriginal actors?
What happened to him? He was a really big guy in the 90s
Do you think horror films are inherently misogynist? Most of the most brutal violence is often directed against women, especially as a punishment for expressing their sexuality, this disempowering women.
dario argento definitely has bane-size issues.
and I'm certain he molested asia all the way from babyhood to womanhood. he's probably still having her suck him off now that he's a bedridden cripple
The Three Doctors, Richard Hurndall and a Waxwork edition
Happy 20th anniversary!
>mfw there are actually people that like Hurndall's 1st Doctor better than Colin Baker's 6th Doctor
>The Three Doctors, Richard Hurndall and a Waxwork edition
Colin Baker was easily the best thing about his episodes.
And I even liked Mel.
Moon was a pretty gud movie.
Yeah I liked it.
>I hated it
>I kinda liked it
>I kinda like it to.
What was his point if he hasn't done anything between cool introduction and death?
Basically his purpose was to represent Harry's hope for a family, which is spelled out over, and over, and over, and over again in the books from what I remember.
Basically Harry functioned off of the concept that
>If I show the world that Voldemort is real, I can prove his innocence, and we can all live happily ever after
The point of Sirius Black was literally just so he can die and pull the rug out from under Harry.
celebs that live like poorfags. we could learn a thing or two