How can this film be 8.4 on imdb ?
How can anybody see this shit as a great movie ? I'm only half-way and it's already unbearable.
"This" sequence (pic related) stands at a very high level of retardness.
Nothing makes sense, at all :
>team led by a newbie
>going in without any briefing or any kind of information
>little watching military operation (until dead corpses)
>suddendly realise they can't shoot
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Yet, they watched the movie which is exactly what the studios wanted. I don't know if people know this about James Cameron, but story isn't his forte, action and emotional characters are, as well as special effects, which for the 80's were pretty good. T2 wasn't a great story, it's something that's been told b4, just not in that way as a time traveling machine protecting a person who will grow up to be a hero, but forget that shit did you see that T-1000, that shit was off the hook.
Which is the best silent film ever made?
rate and post yours, no flicks
Was this a flick, a movie, or a cinema?
How come this isn't talked about more on /tv/? Is it because it's too difficult for you plebs to understand and that all you're interested in is cunny and capeshit?
what were your favorite movies of 2015, senpai?
Did Obi-Wan taught him well?
How many episodes did it take for you to realize that this wasn't a guy?
Pretty much the entire run. I'm not even sure I realized it at "you look good, girl". It didn't even register with me for some reason. I had to see it posted on here to actually figure it out.
Who was REALLY in the wrong here?
Went to her "bakery", if you can't please your customers you have no right to be open for business. I got the treatment from her b/c I acted like an ass on purpose, but b4 that she tried to convince me on her "superior" baking techniques, yeah I blame her husband for instigating it. She didn't know I was a baker, and went to a hell of a school when she asked "well where did you go to school".
Are you kidding me?
They fucked their own shit up. She was deranged and living in her own little world, and he was a big mouthed idiot who cussed out people who went to return food that wasn't properly cooked.
What sound does he make?
F is for the fire that rises brother
Why did they go with such a young woman for the voice of a 1000 year old character?
It sounded like she couldn't decide whether to use her normal voice or try to sound forcedly old. Terrible casting decision when they could've used pretty much any old actress.
My name is Bolo Santosi. I am the leader of the revolutionary army known as The Reapers. Our goal is for the people of Panau to break the chains of oppression and rise up as one.
Just watched this last night and I thought the same thing. This character was awful, a CGI excuse to make use of Lupita Ngoynonyo or wtf her name is.
Why the fuck did she need to be 1,000 years old?
Oh, because Yoda was 900 and everything in TFA is just a copy but BIGGER, BETTER, FASTER PACED AND MORE DIVERSE than the OT.
Is this Aronofsky's best?
has /tv/ seen the best film of 2015 yet?
That GOAT Ending!
TIL When Matt LeBlanc auditioned for the role of Joey in "Friends" he only had $11 dollars to his name. When the cast got their paychecks, the first thing that Courteney Cox bought was a car. Matt LeBlanc bought a hot dinner.
"In the late 1980s, Le Blanc began appearing in a number of television ads, including well-known spots for Heinz, Levi's and Coca-Cola. Matt has said that with one ketchup commercial he was able to buy a house, a car, a motorcycle, and a wardrobe full of clothes."
"In the early 1950s, Le Blanc began appearing in a number of television ads, including well-known spots for Heinz, Levi's and Coca-Cola. Matt has said that with one ketchup commercial he was able to buy a 5 story super mansion, a yacht, a jet, and a wardrobe full of diamonds."