...Have you changed your mind about him? I think he'll be fine.
>I will start what you finished
What did he mean?
>tfw canonically he was 14 in ANH
HEY what day is it?
So, MCU left nothing for Ant-Man 2?
In Ant-Man, it's established that he gets super strength when he shrinks because his molecules and muscles all become more dense.
Does that mean that if he grows, then the opposite will happen and he'll become weaker?
Trying to remeber what eugene says to vincent before he
kills himself.Cant find it anywhere.
Post favorite lines and such.
Anyone else really enjoying Man Seeking Woman?
Yeah, that Britt Lower A CUTE.
Plus I'm born and raised in chicago so it's kinda neat when I recognize some of the places they go to, even if they just recreated the inside of those bars on a studio like The League does with Gibson's.
Today is the end of the Republic. The end of the regime that acquiescence to disorder. At this very moment in a system far from here the New Republic lies to the Galaxy while secretly supporting the treachery of the loathsome Resistance. This fierce regime which you have built upon which we stand will bring an end to the Senate, to their cherished fleet. All remaining systems will bow to the First Order and will remember this as the last day of the Republic.
What's the disease Tom Hanks has in Forrest Gump?
>how did you know that?!
>i didn't, you just told me
>Shot from passenger seat
The spirit of the film industry comes before and offers you a grand opportunity.
She explains to you that capeshit fills a role in the film industry that must always filled, but you have the option to replace it with something. Unfortunately, the spirit gives you only two options:
There is a third option, however, which is to leave capeshit where it is and allow it to live forever, rather than swapping it out for animeshit or vidyashit.
Given these three options, which would you choose?
Did any of yall like this movie I know I did
I don't think I can conceived of a dumber idea to make into a movie and I suppose that's impressive.
He's an alternate version of Tarantino. His early movies are pretty damn good and mostly because the dialogue feels real but their later stuff is horse shit.
Holy shit, this was fantastic.
Loved the delicious Raimi cheese, and it was a better superhero movie than most modern superhero movies.
What did you think of Darkman?
Who's the old man he killed at the beginning? He looked like a Jedi.
Is this film actually good or is it a mess saved by a great Daniel Day-Lewis performance?
Both Díaz and DiCaprio were horribly miscasted; it's painful to watch either of them and when they're together it's FF-button inducing.
Day-Lewis is quite good in it.
No comment on the plot.
Should have focused more on Day-Lewis/Neeson than it did on Day-Lewis/DiCaprio or DiCaprio/Diaz
Also using racism to distinguish the heroes from the villains rather than their actual actions is hokey as fuck