Is this the most fucked up film of all time?
>Rosebud is the key to all of this
Bravo Orson, you fucking hack.
The most alpha character in the history of television or film.
>Godzilla doesn't have a hot wife or make fat stacks
>This is the definition of alpha by millenials
Who should play as Anakin instead of Hayden Christensen?
Is this a good watch? 8,1 on iMDB
It's fun and sometimes even clever and bonus oints for some literature and historical references in an stylized form. But ultimately it's one of Anderson's weakest movies. Still worthwhile.
What was your favorite movie this year?
Just binge-watched Attack of the Clones.
>the love story is grad and a throwback to Golden Age Hollywood melodramas ála Sirk
>Padmes "I truly deeply love you" is one of the most daring confessions of love in all of cinema
>it does look better than any of the one dimensional original movies
>Christensen was actually a perfect casting
>the "bad" acting is actually perfect and really fits the character
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What happened to his career? It's as dead as Anne Hathaway's even though he isn't a woman.
So if he wanted the bastard plot to succeed and end the war and be rewarded why did he kill the actress girl?
I just watched the thing 1982
And I loved. Best movie I've seen in quite some time
What should I watch next ? Something in the same catagory
How come Cusack never made it big?
Can you simply gender swap a character in a story and have it still retain its mythic qualities vis-à-vis the Hero's Journey (as discussed in Campbell's Hero with a Thousand Faces)
Or is the female's Journey intrinsically different from the male's?
While obviously you can just change characters any way you want but does it have the same impact?
How is the "heroine's journey" different?
When it's a woman's journey there needs to be a black love interest. Luckily Disney understands this and has got it covered.
That's why pretty much every advert/TV show now has a white female and a black buck. They all understand this principal.
You do realise you're literally meant to watch this on drugs, right?
Reposting this one more time for our friends in different timezone, I know there were people that wanted to see it and I'm sure there are still some of them left.
Anyway, is it worth doing the second part or not?
P.S. For the people who still don't know what this is, it was a collaboration between people on /tv/ few days ago. One post - one scene, and then edited all into a short film.
Here is the link:
been waiting for it!!!!!
why did it took you soo long to upload?
Oh I mentioned it in the last thread. Copyright problems all the time, I had to reupload it around 5 times. Few clips just couldn't make it through the filter. The last song is still protected but it doesn't block the video in any country so I let it be.
HAVE YA SEEN TWO HOBBITS?!