How realistic are these movies? I know the premise is bullshit but if crime were legal for one day, how accurate would these be to what would really take place?
Not at all.
It would happen once and financial crime would have horrible consequences, possibly worldwide, and it would never happen again.
Alo, the first was the only one that somehow tried to be "realistic", Anarchy and election Years are bsically weird "dystopian" 80s movies, except done in this decade.
1% or5% unemployment would be really "not good".
also couldn't really keep up with all the people dying
the movie is PURE KINO,
They try to put an exception on politicians, but that couldn't be enforceable.
Also, i doubt any world power would allow the united states to do this. The latest movie confirmed that there wasn't a world catasporhe that prevented other countries from doing something about this.
The idea of people doing "murder tourism" is...
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Any more non-zombie post apocalyptic kino?
So... we like this film now, right? And Civil War is reddit's favorite?
who the fuck tries to kill himself by jumping to water?
little kids jump to water from high places all the time, and some extreme sport guys jump from high cliffs to water
What's their endgame?
He didn't fly so good.
Is he the sexiest man alive?
is he a virgin?
>It's ok for batman to kill people because they're so bad!
How can Daenerys' dragons even compete?
Party on Wayne. Party on Garth.
Louis CK is slowly getting more publicity for jerking off in front of Garfunkel and Oates.
Though some portion of it between 0% and 100% is just female gossip
>I have 0 idea if Louie #CK is a sexual offender or not-but there R MULTIPLE accusations in Hollywood's working woman circles. He shld answer
How come /tv/ never talks about the best movie of all time?
still looks better than anything made today
Hail to the king baby!
I want to get an Army of Darkness poster on my wall