So is this show worth watching? If so when does it hit its prime?
The show is ridiculous. It purports that straight (not bisexual, straight) women can become lesbians, it softens the idea of demons sexually interacting with humans, it is totally anti-masculine, and it culturally appropriates Asian martial arts in a really brazen and incongruous way.
The first 3 seasons are the only worthwhile ones. It ends with her finishing high school. Season 4 picks up with her going to college. It's pretty shit, but the main plot of that season is essentially the origin for what became Cabin in the Woods. Season 5 randomly introduces a little sister for Buffy and it just gets worse and worse. No reason for it to go past high school.
HAHAHAHA. Blanchett complains about the bathrooms to Kimmel and they take the camera in, and the bathrooms are perfectly fine. holy fuck CRINGE REKT https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uWJrEi8dNkI
This is what you get when you marry a disgusting, ugly old man like she did , because she cares more about 'personality' well she has no sexual saatisfaction and obsessed about pointless shit.
Literally couldnt understand a fucking word he was saying. Literally bane levels of incoherence.
I'm not up to speed on /tv/'s tastes, so I'd like to know: is this movie well-regarded here? Because it's one hell of a great movie. Each time I watch it, I appreciate how immaculately it's put together.
You should watch it for prime Jlaw
Why do you like this hack?
So you're racist if you want a movie to follow the source material.
Normally I wouldn't care but a large part of some of the conflicts in the novel involve race and I think the movie will suffer narrativly because of it.
What's /tv/'s take on it?
Exactly as you said, the common complaint is "does it matter if [race] of character is switched? stop bitching" when someone comments of race-switching, well this is one where a poignant aspect of that character in the narrative is lost in switching the race.
What are some of your favorite movies?
The Master is PTA's attempt at outing poseurs by making something utterly disjointed that vaguely resembles a narrative feature just enough that it confuses them into praising it out of fear for being labelled a pleb.
An intentionally terrible movie carefully emulating a masterpiece. A true work of genius. Why do you think the plot of the film involves a cult leader who feigns insight and brilliance but is secretly full of shit? It's a metaphor for the film itself.
tl;dr if you think The Master is actually good you're a "pleb"
5 more years!
Entire video archive will be uploaded, who's hyped?
>Entire video archive will be uploaded, who's hyped?
THat's pretty cool. Stopped listening to the show a couple months ago though. Youtube obviously has tons of videos but not all. Interested to see how complete and/or user friendly the archive is.
>sith lords are our speciality
What? They only fought and defeated one sith lord, and that was darth maul.
i enjoyed this film for the most part but never understood why they killed off llewelyn moss the way they did. we spend half the movie watching him run around and we don't even see him die properly
cause a lot of what Coens do in this movie and in other movies of theirs is about subverting expectations, which is what good writers do. But really it's because the movie is about Ed Tom.
Why is it that only black people make parody movies now?
Why did namgoong minsoo
stop yona from stabbing franco the elder in the sauna?
So Leo played the anti-hero who murders Bane for no reason, and Bane is the hunted protagonist who got into a bad situation / framed.
If you don't understand this, please go back to r/movies...
I genuinely am starting to question whether or not Glass wanted Bane to kill him. The way he closes his eyes is weird.
Plus he didn't seem worried and he didn't struggle until Hawk showed up.
Listen faggot. I'm tired of you edgy retards who get upset about real film analysis. The fact is that Bane didn't actually plan to hurt anyone. He had a deal with Leo. Period. The fact that the little tree nigger started throwing a shit fit is literally not Bane's fault.
Everything after that is Bane trying to set things right while Leo can't get a fucking grip.
So when Peter Jackson comes out with The Silmarillion, will /tv/ be flooded with people claiming that the Hobbit trilogy were avant-garde cinematic masterpieces because "at least they tried to be original?"
For a split second I thought hamill had reverted back to JUST
How would he do that when Christopher Tolkien hates his fucking guts and literally evinced that his "commercialisation has reduced the aesthetic and philosophical impact of [Tolkien's] creation to nothing"?
ITT: Good movies NOBODY saw coming