What's the best movie of 2015?
Isn't that the question of 2015?
is edgy humor becoming passé?
There's a strange anon in my bedroom Edition
Series 2-4 is still pigshit
>Get some rest, Rey. You look tired.
Who will play him in the inevitable biopic?
telll me now /tv/
Where to acquire 8mm camera?
I just watched Pulp Fiction for the first time. Was it good?
It's one of the best of the 90's honestly. I'm not entirely sure it deserved to beat Three Colors: Red for the Palme d'Or, but it's still very good. It's really funny, and it subverts many of the tropes of these types of genre pictures. It was the first big "postmodern" hit film, and it's status is well deserved.
With Pulp Fiction, the America viewing public finally acknowledged all the films they once saw as a "guilty pleasures" as legitimate art. All of a sudden Texas Chainsaw Massacre was inducted into New York's Museum of Modern Art. Slasher films were revived and shared movie theaters with "high art". Now people had an excuse to say all the crappy movies they had seen were important. All of a sudden academic papers were being written on the virtues of Ernest films. Quality of writing dipped, because people were more concerned with "impressions to ideas" or used it as an excuse not to actually learn anything so they could justify sitting alone masturbating to porn, rather than reading book. It was another excuse for our generation to feel entitled to their tastes, and consequently defend them inarticulately.
People are nostalgic for the days of Pulp Fiction, when indie film making "actually meant something." This was when not every indie film starred Michael Cera or was directed by Wes Anderson. This was when indie films were "cool and unpredictable."
I believe Pulp Fiction does not mean anything, its a void that convinced the film viewing public of its importance and quality with xenophobia disguised as irony and substance veiled by coolness.
This film is not unique, it is empty. It is a number situations rather than subjects, and it made this generation dumber.
Well at least its better than Four Weddings and a Funeral. (or is it? They were both nominated, I guess they should both be classics.)
>be hotshot rebel pilot ready to assault death star
>new kid appears out of nowhere, is apparently a good pilot
>in the middle of a meeting talking about the attack
>say it's not possible to fit a photon torpedo into an exhaust port two meters wide, even for a computer because it PROBABLY ISN'T
>fucking little shit cuts me off and tells me "it's not impossible" because he "used to bullseye womprats...
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>60 year old asshole rips me off
>go to get my money back
>Tell him to tell it to kanjiclub
>He makes me tell it to a fuckin alien beast
Why the fuck do we never talk about this? America finally gets a martial arts show that isn't shit yet every thread here ia Star Wars. Does the western world no longer enjoy martial arts?
Although I agree about all these fucking autists shitting on this board with Star Wars, you have to admit this show sucks or you're trelling. Either way, the action is the ONLY good thing about it
I dunno, the plot picks up in the later episodes when stuff actually starts happening, but in the first two episodes not much really happened beside from "Muh Powers" and "Muh Love" stuff.
ITT: Your favourite TV series intro.
>RoTJ haters memeing about Ewoks
>have no problem with these things
x rated gems
Post any and all disreputable movies, Jap shit especially welcome.
lets do this plebs stop starwars posting for 5 minutes
Behold. I am the anointed one to deliver /tv/ from the plebs, redditors, and capeshitters.
I come bearing a top 10 that will confirm my place as your rightful sovereign.
1. Apocalypse Now - Francis Ford Coppola
2. L'eclisse - Michelangelo Antonioni
3. The Woman in the Dunes - Teshigahara Hiroshi
4. Network - Sidney Lumet
5. Ran - Kurosawa Akira
6. The Grande Illusion - Jean Renoir
7. Mirror - Andrei Tarkovsky
8. Au Hasard Balthazar - Robert Bresson
9. Harakiri - Kobayashi Masaki
10. Army of Shadows - Jean Pierre Melville.
Could you be any more entry level?
What does /tv/ think of Beetlejuice?
Best Picture: 00
Best Actor: 11
Best Actress: 22
Best Director: 33
Best Original Screenplay: 44
Best Adapted Screenplay: 55
The rest doesnt matter