This "film" (if you can even call it that) was the definition of nigger
Why was she such a bitch to Tim?
This movie made Michael Cera intimidating. One of my favorites of the year. Anyone else see it?
this is literally going to be a ripoff of Redditors of the Galaxy. why would anyone watch this garbage?
ITT: interesting ethnicity of actors
Ben Kingsley is half Indian
Why can't force users use the force to rip their enemies' brain out of their skulls? Or their heart out of their chest? Is there anything in the lore that explains why?
You there, what is your favorite movie?
tfw you realize Hayden Christensen turns 40 this year. its been 10 yrs since ROTS.
>tfw its been 10 years since you've seen ROTS
What's supposed to be so good about this movie?
>generic as fuck story line
>a very slow telling of said story
>literally Leo crawling and grunting for 90 minutes of the film
Damn this was a real pleasant surprise. I was expecting a no budget schlock-horror; Kurt Russel past his prime, shooting zombies in the vein of "The Quick and the Undead"...what I got was a masterclass in building suspense without CGI, great dialogue and some real down-to-earth perfomances.
>Those scenes where the Troglodytes just come out of nowhere and wreck the crew in seconds
>That one scene in which the film gets its name
>The all white-clad injun hunter dandy...
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Got any good examples of directors who made one very good debut movie and proceeded to fuck it all up by making all garbage after that?
Pic related, Layer Cake was boss but now he's just making retarded comic book movies.
I liked Thief, Heat and The Collateral
I didn't like Manhunter and Miami Vice
Should I download this one?
>didn't like Manhunter
Oh, you'll LOVE Blackhat, then!
Michael Mann is one of the most inauthentic filmmakers working today.
If you want your cinema to be both action-packed and not drenched in pseudo-irony, I suggest watching some Michael Bay.
I think we can all agree with this
Star Wars was the artistic genocide of mainstream film. You'd absolutely need to be brainwashed /v/ child to have any fondness for any of this toy commercial series. If you have an affinity for the millenium falcon then you may as well have an affinity for corporate logos.
The troll force is strong in this one.
i think its brilliant cinema. exquisite screenplay, sublime acting from rob patterson - i really like his character.
i also like the main guy and the minimalistic dialogue
I posted about this yesterday and got no traction. Glad someone else is keeping it going
I really enjoyed it. Thought Pattinson did a solid job at mentally handicapped without going full retard.
Was also enjoyable in a new way on a second viewing knowing the ending.
i like how the main characters actions were unpredictable. a rare thing in films it seems.
i would have liked to see shots of the rest of the world dealing with this collapse but i guess it leaves it open to imagination