Why are asians considered unoriginal when all their movies are copied by white people?
>City on Fire = Reservoir Dogs
>Hidden Fortress = Star Wars
>Seven Samurai = Magnificent Seven
>Kimba the White Lion = The Lion King
>Old Boy = Steaming pile of Spike Lee's shit
City on Fire is nothing like Reservoir Dogs, you're just regurgitating The Anti-Tarantino Page ancient meme
The Hidden Fortress is nothing like Star Wars, besides the Artoo/Threepio bumbling flapjack role
Seriously man you're just spewing out memes and I doubt you've seen any of those movies
This show consistently delivers - season 3 was the best one yet.
why doesn't /tv/ talk about it more
thoughts on louie?
and april, this hot blonde bitch
What's he thinking, /tv/?
Miss me yet, /tv/?
I haven't been here in like 3 years but I just saw this at my local bar and had to post. The guy has the haircut and the bare knuckle gloves.
DUDE OLD PEOPLE STILL THINK TALKING ABOUT SEX IS EDGY LMAO
I like his interviews but the rest of the show is unbearable for me. It's just not funny at all. He really needs good contributors working on his show, but he seems to push them all away with his insecure bullshit.
This kid makes me feel really unsettled.
What does /t/v think of pic related? Poignant satire or something more?
No woman will ever be as beautiful as her
select 2, you must pick 2 and only 2
related TCM tribute
Just seen pic related, do i like it?
What's some essential "nothing happens"-core
I got this and Ozu's entire filmography
("Nothing happens" isn't a criticism, by the way. It's just a way of saying the plot is secondary to the atmosphere and dialogue.)
I swear to god I've made this exact thread verbatim a long time ago
And there's a baby grinch thread with the exact same OP up in the catalog
what's going on? Is /tv/ going through a time warp?
aw fuck we're just having a distortion before friday's premiere. Basically, /tv/'s memes and posts are flashing before its eyes before a seminal movie is released which has a high chance of changing the shitpost landscape.
Hey, /tv/, I wasn't around here when this was released, so what's /tv/'s general consensus of it?
I haven't seen it yet, and was wondering, with Fargo concluded I want something new to get into but don't want to waste my time if its ass.
how progressive JJ
Check out Boyega's instagram. Him and his "agent" are always together and he's there to film Boyega trying out clothes and Boyega always smiles when he talks about him during interviews. I swear him and his agent are a thing but he's scared to come out because of the Star Wars hype.
Screencap this. 100% true.
What was his best role?