How's he gonna explain when he comes back to Daily Planet?
>couple are each getting advice on the opposite ex by their friends of the same gender
>both conversations are happening in seperate panels simultaneously
I'm tired of people "rating" what they call "cinematography" in a 90% CGI films.
Here is the definition of cinematography
>Cinematography is the science or art of motion-picture photography by recording light or other electromagnetic radiation, either electronically by means of an image sensor, or chemically by means of a light-sensitive material such as film stock.
Key words: art, recording.
Now if you look at the image, it is in fact 2 dudes in funny costumes staying in a green room. This is what...
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Who is the best ?
Now that the snow has settled what did you guys think of Frozen?
It's white and redpilled tbqfh famalamadingdongschwangschwong
I fucking loved this
Any similar shows to recommend?
This is what modern horror looks like.
Sooo watched this the other day with the gf. Emma was a pretty qt stewardess who has to escape 70's Chile with her boytoy Daniel Bruhl but they get arrested by Pinochet regime and thrown into some crazy German cult prison. Based on a true story.
-Emma goes skinny dipping in river to get in trouble
-Bruhl shows off his ass while he makes breakfast for Emma
-Nyqvist plays a creepy pedo cult leader who thinks he's Jesus
-Bruhl get tortured a lot and pretends to be a retard to escape the blacksite prison
It was actually pretty solid imo. 3/4 or 3.5/4
The directing was pretty good as were the performances, Emma and Nyqvist stood out they were very good. Bruhl was ok but I thought Emma outshined him and had more chemistry in the romantic parts. Looking forward to more Emma in The Circle and BABT
My fav scene was in the stadium
ITT: Movies that aged like milk
basically anything that tried to portray something that wasn't possible with the technology at the time
jurassic park for example holds up very well and some would say it even looks better than jurassic world
has /tv/ seen this fantastic piece of modern satire?
What is the most beautiful film you've ever seen?
I still haven't seen the Star Trek films made since 2009. I loved Star Trek as a kid and my family enjoyed the movie. Guess I should check it out? Heard they used a lot of lens flair.
Reminder to participate in the LBG top films poll
you can either (1) reply to me with your profile and I'll count your favorites (2) reply to me with a published list on your profile of your top 10 films or (3) use this google docs form (requires sign in):
either way each film you submit will get one (1) point.
So if Riker was just having a simulation of Enterprise, does that mean none of it happened?
Just that him and fat Marina were exploring the past of the Enterprise while they were in there time for TNGs Pegasus.
Is he going to be ok?
Just saw pic related and unexpectedly really liked it. I'm not a war movie person by any means but they really nailed the horrors of war aspect. What are your thoughts, /tv/?
Also, war movie thread. What should I watch next?
Definitely one of the worst, most insulting and garbage tier pieces of shit I've seen in a long, long, long time. Abysmal. I was upset with myself for seeing, upset with the theater for charging me money and offering it, upset with every single member of the cast and crew for being involved. Aggressively lazy, it's pure filth, and symbolic of capitalism's worst crimes. 8/10