Did /tv/ like Ted 2?
I thought it was fucking hilarious, and the whole Comic-Con sequence was pretty neat.
fuck you i liked it
Why is this costume iconic?
What is captivating about a brave, tenacious military leader being depicted as a sex slave? If Han Solo was captured and forced to wear a gimp costume would that have been iconic? If Maximus in Gladiator was forced to fellate his owner, would that have been iconic?
Her bounty hunter outfit is much cooler.
>If Han Solo was captured and forced to wear a gimp costume would that have been iconic? If Maximus in Gladiator was forced to fellate his owner, would that have been iconic?
Probably. The big black dingus scene from the hateful eight is already iconic afterall.
Guess who's back?
>Summer Glau to appear in Season 8 of Castle alongside Firefly co-star Nathan Fillion
ITT draw your favorite movie scene
PREMEIRING ON HBO IN 10 MINUTES
>from 6 to 16
>watch all the HP movies and love the fuck out of them
>ffw 20 years old
>watch all again
>suddenly realize they are all overrated pieces of garbage
Why did Harry Potter get so popular despite the movies only mediocre at best?
First and second were great. Good director, captured the magic of the books perfectly. Costume design and spells were all perfect. Few key scenes missed out, only Peeves was missed.
By the third film we got a new edgy grimdark director who put them all in muggle clothes for some reason, took away musical scores from scenes and just ruined it film by film
He also did this in the fourth film, a tune that you will never be able to get out of your head.
So I just got back from The Revenant. I really, really enjoyed it. Certain scenes actually made me wince and recoil in my seat at the theatre. Every fight and display of pain had a realistic weight to it.
I got out over an hour ago and my heart is still racing.
Leo was great, Hardy was maybe a slight bit better. Who else could even really come close to beating Leo this year though?
Glass' story is epic and the telling was very well done. The bear moved way too fast to be taken seriously and was completely unrealistic, but Leo's performance was great in spite of that. The fights were tremendous. No memeing, this was the best film I saw in 2015 and I even saw The Force Awakens, Bone Tomahawk, and The Hateful Eight.
the cinematography was great, the scenes in their entirety were nothing short of brilliant, the acting is definitely the best of this year but the plot was very underwhelming.
It also bordered on self parody at times with the final scene of his wife in the snow. Only scene i'd actually describe as cringe-worthy.
8/10 my fourth favorite movie of the year.
I agree with pretty much all of this. The fights felt real, because you could tell the characters were in pain. Which is a testament to the acting.
Maybe I didn't see enough good movies recently, but this has to be the best one in the last 12 months. For me, at least.
Better than Dave
Will you be watching Zootopia /tv/? Why or why not?
The entire world they have created seems really interesting.
>Jews trying to turn our children into autistic furries
Colour me suprised.
Am I the the only one rewatching getting ready for the new season?
Nearly finished season 8, damn mulder was such a cunt to dogget when he got back. Completely unlikeable smug asshole.
I watched it as it aired back in the day, the mythology bullshit is a lot easier to follow when marathoning it but it's clear when they just started making shit up with no grand plan like lost. Like wtf happened to that grey alien that was living in the core of the nuclear reactor? Never to be mentioned again.
$33m opening day in China. Predicted to make +$250m.
Avatards confirmed BTFO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
How deep is the trench?
> Pledge $25,000
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You seriously think Wil is sad enough to buy his way into a "producer" role, after not being invited by Joel?
>it's a master bra'tac episode
also stargate thread?