What's Disney going to do to him if it's bad and it underperforms?
Will sword & sandal films ever make a comeback?
the great thing about Troy is that you fucking watch it whenever it's on. When you're flipping channels and you land on Troy you stay on it because you're guaranteed a good amount of entertainment. It's also a better movie than people give it credit for
should i watch star wars high all will it ruin the experience?
>inb4 dude weed lmao
I'm thinking of getting into some of John Wayne's movies?
What are some of his best ones?
>Kurt Russell To Play Star-Lord's Father In GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL. 2
i've been out of the torrent scene a while, when can we expect a decent one? (not TS or CAM?)
So Bill Burr's new show comes out on Friday, is anyone else gonna watch it? I kind of feel like I owe him it seeing as he has given me many many hours of comedy and if he succeeds Netflix might give him more stuff to do.
Bill Burr thread
I like Bill Burr so I'll give it a chance, but that animation looks like cheap flash shit. I don't know what it is about cheap flash shit, but it makes cartoons look soulless because there is no fluidity to movement.
ITT: underrated LOTR characters
This guy was badass and he rekt Aragorn's shit
I mean its fantasy fiction I get it but does that fiction must include the basic laws of physics? How can he stop the force of his giant blade how can legolas jump on a falling stone and get leverage from it?
Why does the fight lead from a spaceport temple hybrid to a plasma laser gate never ending out thing? What is this place called? Why did Maul's lines get scrapped and he was replaced from Benicio Del Torinto a stunt man?
If Star Wars was all I had access to as a child in terms of sci-fi I probably would become one of those crazy fanboys, but thankfully I had access to anime from very early on in my youth years and my mental balance is very stable.
Seriously, if you have watched Akira, you'd realize just how sophisticated anime is and it blows away anything Star Wars would have to offer.
A lot of people mention Ghost In The Shell, which has just enough of sexuality in the mix to draw in the western audience I suppose but I must say that Ghost In The Shell is not even in my top 10 anime, not even close, that's just how deep the world of anime is.
Some anime is so disturbingly mature like Fractale that I wish it would challenge the system and submit it as a Drama category in the Oscars just to bitchslap the snotty Academy.
It's not just the level of maturity and sophistication anime has, it's also quite original, entertaining, and visually fantastic. I would regard anime as the highest form of cinema art-form.
But hey, me preaching about anime won't do you any good, you gotta go out and see it for yourself just how much you are missing.
The recent one I would recommend to check out is Sword Art Online which is light and easy to get into anime for the first time yet appreciate it as much, but if you want the heavy stuff right off the line check out Guilty Crown in which the plot is so complex and twisted that you'll need extra oxygen pumped into your brain in order to comprehend everything, and if you want amazing visuals and a gripping drama that also has awesome mecha battles Aldnoah.Zero is the shit.
Seriously, if you know anime like I do, Star Wars looks like it's something for little kids..
Why is he so relateable?
In the first movie, they had to repair an alien fighter plane in order to infiltrate the mothership.
In the next movie, they'll have to repair one of the city destroyers from the previous movie in order to infiltrate the new, bigger mothership.
So there's a scene of Finn and Rey kissing at least once, right? I'm a black man taking my white girlfriend to see Star Wars with me, I managed to get her to watch the OT and she really liked them. Glad that JJ and Disney have been promoting interracial romance, it makes it a better date movie when the couple on screen looks like us!
wtf. you don't know there are black guys who like star wars? nerdy white girls tend to like black guys too for some reason.
Do you still miss him, /tv/?
ITT: Actors who are such living memes that no one will ever take them seriously again
Is there an actor that /tv/ collectively loves as much as Kurt Russell?
I don't think I've ever seen a bad word written about this man.