>"You know you guys wouldn't even have careers if it wasn't for me, right? If you were really my friends, you wouldn't join JJ in this soulless cashcow no matter how much money Disney offered you."
Why didn't he just do that?
Jay Leno has his cars, Nic Cage buys houses/castles...
If you were a well known celebrity with a shit ton of cash, what would you collect?
what were your favorite films of 2015, anons?
"Got it? Now, fuck off."
What did she mean by this?
How do you think he tortured that guy.
>Steve, you're a genius!
>I am? I mean... of course
Last poll got hijacked by bots so I'm doing this again
Which flick is better?
Now that the prequels have been vindicated, can we talk about Lucas' other works that were ahead of their time?
If anything, the Special Editions prove George actually DID care about the Star Wars legacy and having a consistent narrative vision.
Otherwise he wouldn't have cared if Anakin's ghost looked like Hayden or if Han shot first. If it was just a cash-grab, he would've released a remastered version and left it at that.
There's no reason to prefer the unaltered originals unless you're major league asshole.
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I feel like you autists don't understand that Kylo Ren is supposed to be amateurish
it has nothing to do with bad acting or writing or whatever
Try to name a better crime movie
Protip: It's not possible.
This movie was great, why didn't you tell me?
"Tell that to Kanjiklub, solo."
This piece of shit design doesn't belong in the Star wars Universe. Dr.Who maybe...
ITT: Children of billionaires who with the help of nepotism built a career around mocking the poor
What a delightfully strange movie. Felt very Anderson-y, but in a more mature and uncomfortable way.
Anyone else have thoughts on The Lobster?
I really dont see how it was Anderson-y, but I really liked it. Some good actors had little to do was my only dislike.
Im convinced he did poke his eyes out at the end, regardless of what others say
The mis-en-scene strongly echoes Anderson's own choices. For instance, the natural lighting and spanning shots of the forest are reminiscent of Moonrise Kingdom.
Anderson also employs stage-like positioning, where his characters are arranged centerpieces of an elaborate set, which was paralleled with the dialogues and backgrounds of the hotel.
And obviously both directors have very quirky/offbeat tones.
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