They're making a film about the Holodomor (famine in 1930s Ukraine). Opinions?
Story that needs to be told, but the timing is suspicious, looks like anti-Putin propaganda
ITT: Movies Universally Liked by /tv/
Seems like Malick finally did it. He made a bad film.
>You're breaking my heart.
Was that the best delivered line in the whole Star Wars prequels? Yeah I do get that there is a lot of ones that are cool and others that memes line, but I am talking about delivered. Padme just didn't know what else to say, her whole word was shattered, Natalie Portman said the line with a unique tone of desperation, it's truly amazing.
I got teared up a bit with that scene just because of that line, being quite honestly here family.
Is /tv/ hype for the best capeshit yet? BvS BTFO
>get me Mae Whitman
>she's not available
>get me non-union the British equivalent
So it's agreed that this is the biggest Mary Sue of all time?
List "operator" type movies. I want to watch them all. Someone listed some yesterday but I can't find them in the archive
So, I guess we know what happened to Uncle Owen and Aunt Beru
How was this ever allowed in a kids movie
Did someone say chocolate?
I just watched HiTB yesterday and Jay said that he loved tangerine and said it was the best film of 2015 so I decided to download it.
>A working girl tears through Tinseltown on Christmas Eve searching for the pimp who broke her heart.
So is Jay
gay? A lot of the jokes on RLM kind of alludes to it but I always thought it was just banter but now I'm not so sure.
>tfw you're the only anon on /tv/ that sees The Force Awakens for the post-modern masterpiece that it is
What is Best Planet and why is it Mars?
I hope you like living under a dome then.
Also, don't we already have a thread?
Will the Oculus Rift render watching films on TV a thing of the past?
What's the point in having a massive TV when you can watch on a virtual reality cinema screen?
because movie theatres show you 2-4K dots of detail while VR headsets will have 1080p-1440p dots to each eye, only a fraction of which renders the virtual screen you're watching.
Screen door effect will also be a problem until VR adopts 4K. And the processing/gpu power for that won't be reachable for average consumers for years.
tl;dr - VR just isn't there yet.
you cant watch a movie on Oculus Rift for longer than 15 minutes without getting a headache.
people dont even like wearing 3D glasses so Oculus Rift hasnt got a chance out there in normieland.
ITT: We make John Oliver zingers
"Starbucks: the place where you daughter buys overpriced drinks before she is 21,
NO SALLY, 7 DOLLARS FOR A DRINK IS NOT A GOOD DEAL, NO MATTER HOW MUCH PUMPKIN SPICE IT HAS"
Oliver is among the traitorous leftist scum pushing for invasion of rapists and terrorists in Europe.
Fuck this subhuman trash.