are these literalwhos good?
Oscar b8 or boner b8?
She's really talented, but what's objectively her best role?
>Millennials not interested in movies.
>Spend most their time on vine, youtube and /v/
>30+ yr olds are becoming the new demographic of cinema.
Now that movies are being made for adult, grown-up minds, are we about to enter a new golden age of cinema?
don't dismiss the cultural phenomenon which star wars has become
getting that out of the picture we need to wait until marvelisation of cinema die (which in fact is extension of lucas's original "movie universe idea)
fuck you I liked it
Why was this fucker even in that movie
He had like 2 lines and died within 2 minutes
studio insurance won't allow for someone that old to be in more than a few scenes. what if he dies midway and they have to scrap everything he shot and start over with a different actor? millions of dollarydoos could be lost. much easier and cost efficient to just use a giant cgi asshole
This whole "Rey is attractive" thing is a joke right?
About to watch this for the first time. What can I expect?
is there any movie character that suffers as much as this one?
physically and psychologically*
That bear scene was incredible. Really interested in how they did it. He did suffer a lot but i reckon there have been worse cases.
Plot was okay
Cinematography was brilliant
Acting was good for the mosr part.
Did he actually enjoy working on TFA?
Daily reminder that Tennant was the best doctor
>redditors will defend Capaldi
hi mate just borrowing your thread
What did everyone think of Steve Jobs film? I thought Kate Winslet was excellent
Capaldi is the best actor, although John Hurt is obviously second.
The only reason why Tennant was popular was because he was the youngest Doctor by his time.
Them Matt Smith threw down charm.
And now Capaldi is channeling multiple doctors all at once.
Deal with it.
Nooooooooooo, she was hot. Couldn't they have taken the other one?
>95% on RT, 294 reviews/8.4 average rating
>$700 million in 5 days
Why is /tv/ always wrong?
Clara is a Mary Sue edition
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