ITT: movies only cucked nu-males enjoy
Should a grown man watch this?
And why is it Vengeance?
Why is he still afraid to come out of the closet?
Because he likes to dress in women's lingerie when being fucked in the ass and the LGBTBBQ will start shouting for him to be trans and he doesn't want his dick chopped off.
Honestly, he already looks like a middle school lesbian gym teacher.
I just watched this for the first time and these are my thoughts:
I think the movie is an absolutely excellent satire comedy on the first movie and about sequels in general.
I read somewhere the director didn't want to make a sequel that's just another remake, so when they finally got him on board he decided to make it a satire.
Also, the only way he could get the guy who did the gremlin effects for the first one back, was to give him full control in that department and promise him that there would be many gremlin variations.
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I'm glad they made it because it made anymore potential sequels pointless. Joe Dante even said his intention with this there wouldn't be any more sequels, so it failing at the box office is intended really. Pretty based if you ask me. Tank your franchise with a balls to the wall parody of the first movie to prevent someone else coming along and shitting on it
>computer, create one million fully self-aware copies of Adolf Hitler
What went right?
What was his fucking problem?
>I'll be having an old friend for dinner
What did he mean by this?
>Silence of the Lambs Hannibal
>Tries to be reasonable
SmH TbH FaM
JUST FUCK MY SHIT UP
AAAaaaaAah the French
So, it's treason then….WWWARUUAARAGHghghgGH
Really makes you think
BIG THREAD IV U
The narrative and action of The Silence of the Lambs - the film, at least - is interestingly concentrated around the eastern, northern Americas. The universe of the film is a kind of north-south strip which extends from Appalachia down to the northern tip of South America. Consider the following:
The "center of the universe" is not New York, or London, say, but Washington D.C. and the suburb of Quantico, VA. Clarice Starling's training academy, The Feds, the FBI, whose holy ranks Clarice aspires to enter.
Just adjacent to these are Clarice's humble West Virginia roots (revisited in the course of the film), and the fictional Belvedere, Ohio, which is Buffalo Bill's location. But Clarice is obliged to spend time in Baltimore, both in connection to Lecter and in investigation. Even Lecter is tucked away nearby, somewhere - until the third act's relocation to Tennessee.
I forget where the entomologists are supposed to be based. Or the exact location of Catherine Martin's apartment, for that matter. But it's all in this part of the world, of course. An interesting real-world psychogeography of violent crime and place: the real location of the "Buffalo Bill" house, which is still on the real market to be really sold to a buyer, is in southwest PA, not far from its fictional location of Ohio. Just a few miles east, 9/11's "Flight 93" went down in a field, while the D.C. area, not merely America but also the Federal Government, had been attacked.
Outer worlds... Jack Crawford mentions that Bill's moths came from "Suriname", on South America, abutting the Caribbean. The film's final scene is literally shot a few miles east of Miami at the Bimini Islands, Bahamas.
The Silence of the Lambs is also notable as a color film which has many white, blue-eyed actors who spend important time staring into the camera. The way things are going, it will be a very long time before we ever see another film which gives so much loving detail to literal blue eyes again.
>Without a major star, however, it would fall to Spielberg to sell tickets. The director, who can be press averse, proved game, sitting for interviews with Wired and the New York Times, and taking an Entertainment Weekly reporter on a tour of Universal’s backlot (a curious choice given that “The BFG” is a Disney release).
>Unfortunately for the studios and backers now staring at a write down, Spielberg isn’t the draw he once was. “The BFG,” which opened to an anemic $19.6 million, is shaping up to be one of...
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Who was the woman im the cave?
Thoughts on Lexx?
it was pre-internet porn, that was shittyu, kinda funny for kids, had an edgy vampire, and boobs.
i dunno, i forget, i wanted to love it, but it just ppffffbbbbtttttt in the end. and i see the replicators as a rip off from lexx ending.
more movies that actually makes hell seem frightening? space and hell is such a good combination
Why is it so easy for western drama to be popularized globally. While decent Eastern drama are hardly known outside of their region?
I love Korean dramas but they make so many like an insane amount it's hard to have one show that stands out.
I think there are like a hundred soap operas in a week and they go on filming new ones after one ends same with dramas.
because America have a stronger foundation of commercialism while the Eastern world lack a base film culture which reputation weren't able to spread far as it can.
Korean drama build on a strict and scheduled form of production so it feel very manufactured. They tend to speed through everything without proper prepping so it suffer the backlash
Could he be the next Cosby? JUST
I have a hard time believing there is any hard evidence (third-party eye witness or video), so I doubt anything will come of this. You will just gradually hear about it less and less until no one talks about it in about 3 years.
Wow fucking savage
Shit, that's one good movie. It actually tricked me into watching the second one without looking it up first, which was a mistake
Also, the brother and sister MCs concept is neat, they should use it more instead of doing the standard group.