what does /tv/ think of Total Recall (the new one)?
What would a Christopher Nolan Star Wars film look like? Why didn't they get him to direct one?
>Boba Fett movie taking place after Jedi
>first scene is him escaping Sarlacc Pit and going to the nearest cantina in Tatooine for a stiff drink and looking for the next mission
>face is never shown, even the rare times his helmet is off his face is obscured in Shadow
>Crazy bounty hunting adventure across several planets
>Bossk and Dengar as fellow hunters working as Allies to Boba
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And the award for best supporting role goes to. . .
Jonah Hill's knees!
Was this really such a bad movie?
Basically, me and my friend went to some house in the woods with some strangers and we are going to stay here until 3 of january, in this time we thought of making a short film because we brought the camera and we do that sometimes. So you guys decide the topic, scenes and all that, and we will come to show the result in a mknth or so. You guys decide everything, but we are probably going to improvise some of it ;).
Don't go too overboard, we can't do much in one week, but we can add stuff in post if it is needed.
Will /tv/ ever be free of Star Wars?
Who would you cast in a live adaptation of Sailor Moon?
Prove this is wrong
Post your MOTY
Did the writers forget how to write in the years between s3 and 4?
How can a tv show be so awesome in its first three seasons and so shitty in its fourth one?
You must post in this thread if you have just eaten 6 portions and are drunk on the sofa watching "and then there were one"
and you have chosen not-emily blunt as your future wife
we write Star Wars 7 one sentence at a time.
>>After the destruction of starkiller base, the first order was forced to retreat to their second biggest base...
Anyone mind explaining the purpose of this a fucking
The movie was all niche and no originality. It had to enforce as much reference to "muh original triology wuz better then new one, Lucas is a hack lul".
Needed a Yoda-esque plot-element without breaking continuity
Guess the movie thread.