I just watched this old ass movie.
Is this guy a legend or what?
Is this a classic?
Is this the most embarassing interview in TV history?
>be renowned director
>have your embarassing fetish exposed in front of millions of people and be forced to pretend you're okay
if that wasn't enough, he FARTS at the 3:17 mark, and you can see his guilty face a few seconds before
can anything be worse?
We're talking softball
Is this the most twisted villain in cinema history?
does it deserve best picture /tv/? i didn't find it to be particularly compelling
No it doesn't. They actually tried to build tension by making Mark Ruffalo late all the time. And Ruffalo was so utterly terrible. What kind of accent was he even doing? God damn... I liked Michael Keaton but nothing else. If this wins Best Picture over The Big Short I will be pissed and I don't even care about The Big Short; I just know it's gonna be between those two movies.
>recent enough that everyone remembers it, but enough time has passed that it isn't controversial
>tell the story from an outsider's perspective - we get to see journalists being outraged by outrageous events, but we're at a safe, inoffensive distance from the real outrage and horror of child abuse
>Serious Performances by award-winning actors
>clean, tasteful, unambitious filmmaking
Why do people like this movie? Visually it's great and the directing is superb but the story and dialogue are bordering on being a parody. I'm convinced that people that idolise James Deen have never seen his movies.
If it were remade today, he would have turned his dad into more of a pussy and urged his girlfriend and that Puerto Rican kid to be free spirits and "find themselves" instead of yearning for a traditional family structure.
The quality of films released during the time needs to be taken into consideration. All early acting was shit by today's standards. Not many enthralling stories with dialogue that translates to today as well. People are already mocking CGI for being shit because it's progressed so quickly.
You asked why people like this movie? Because it's visually impressive and the directing is superb, you dunce.
Just watched Unfriended and it was probably the biggest piece of garbage ever put on the big screen. I mean going in I wasn't expecting much and I was still let down. 1 hour and 23 minutes of typing and screaming. Thoughts?
What is your favorite line in this show? Here's mine:
>I was so desperate for information on the shooting, I watched that show my brother calls "the news".
>you had to kill him.The boy cries you a sweater of tears and you kill him.how are you gonna live with yourself?
I really liked that part in the Xmas episode where Huey was talking about the history of Xmas and grandpa got bored and Huey's voice turned into the 'waah wah wah wah waah' trumpet noise adults make in Charlie Brown.
>it's a Rooney sees Kate on TV and thinks the Kate in the house is an evil clone episode
Why does 9gag have such good taste in films while /tv/ is such shit? Thought you were supposed to be patricians, not plebians.
These movies have the same exact plot as Captain America the winter soldier yet /tv/ says that movie was amazing and the prequels were shit. You are all hypocrites.
Is Cinema doomed to die?
Where are all the new blood auteur directors?
Call them hacks but the 90s gave us PTA, Wes Anderson, Quentin Tarantino, Danny Boyle, Darren Aronovsky and several others.
What the has the last decade and the first half of this decade given us?
Best Chappelle's Show skit, or best Chappelle's Show skit?