>name is Admiral Ackbar
>takes down the super stardestroyer by having his pilot crash into it
Why is /tv/ so anti-art?
Why is this board filled with capeshitters and celebrity worshippers?
Why is board filled with faux intellectuals that praise directors like Paul Thomas Anderson and David Fincher?
Why doesn't this board discuss proper cinema?
It seems Universal entertainment has most likely taken it down... but..
Years ago i remember seeing VHS test footage of Jim Carrey in the original Grinch costume concept well before they started filming the movie. It was the most terrifying thing and i cannot for the life of me find it. Just curious if any of you have seen it recently... bleh.
>yfw someone says Fury Road wasn't that good
Best opening scene in history.
>Prove I'm wrong
This is not an opening scene, it is an intro. I will illustrate the difference on Watchmen.
Opening scene establishing the mystery that needs to be solved
ITT: Actors when they were the age you are now.
Hint: For pic look up the year they were your age, google the movie.
Walter age 30
Why don't you go to the living room /tv/? Your parents miss you
this new godzilla looks meme as fuck xD
you JUST now realized this?
supposedly he physically transforms during the film, and the weird scarred version is only the way he looks at the start
Are there any movies with an Aesthetic similar to Where The Wild Things Are? I'm more specifically interested in the forest and these stick forts that look like giant bird nests. Anything similar would be nice, though.
Here's another picture for reference.
I'm going to kill your play /tv/.
It's better than Birdman. By far.
THEY FUCKING PUT THIS IN A COMMERCIAL?!?
DO THEY WANT PEOPLE TO GO SEE THIS MOVIE?!?!?
The second Jihadman V. Baldingman trailer is the best thing to happen to /tv/ since the opening scene of The Big Guy Rises.
Lt. Col. Bill Cage: Sergeant Farell, you're an American?
Master Sergeant Farell: *No, sir. I'm from Kentucky
What did he mean by this ?
What are some movies that take place in one confined location? Something like this, or like Die Hard 1 and 2.
Why does it seem like this ugly mofo is in every big movie now?
I wouldn't say he's a terrible actor, but nothing he's done has ever really stood out to me. Who is giving him these roles?
The fuck does this even mean? Where does my post indicate I solely watch large, popular films? I understand that you have a shitposting quota to fill but at least have it follow some logical sequence.