So, /tv/, why aren't you watching the best comedy currently on television?
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You need to wait a week or so, anon. Overhyped movies, like TFA and even The Phantom Menace, all had positive reviews at first, but then the movie later tanks once the hype settles down
Whos fall from grace was bigger?
Peter Jackson's. Lucas is still a household name, has left an indelible mark on the movie industry, and for all the shit the prequels get they aren't THAT bad(well Clones actually is but it's only one movie).
The latter part of Peter Jackson's career makes the LoTR trilogy look like three consecutive flukes.
I've honestly never seen a single episode of this show.
Is it any good?
Ask me anything.
the fuck do these run on, double AA's?
Just recently started watching/collecting art house movies and I'm wondering how you guys organize your libraries. What format do you follow in how your movies are filenamed? How do you go about acquiring obscure movies? For music, between slsk and what.cd it's incredibly simple for me to maintain consistent fidelity in my mp3 and FLAC libraries. I'm finding it's not so simple with art house films on rutracker. Is there another private tracker I should be aware of with more consistent quality?
I have only now watched the original trylogy, Harmy's despecialised edition, since I've never seen them before. After that I rewatched the prequels to not let my old memories elude me.
My conclusion is
5 > 3 > 6 > 4 > 2 > 1
It may be just me being an edgefag, but I really loved Revenge of the Sith and think people are projecting other prequels' faults onto it. Or just forgetting that a lot of critisism that applies to it also applies to the original trilogy.
ITT Discuss which SW movies you like the most and why
ITT: Scenes that you shamelessly shed a tear for. Bonus points for endings.
ITT: scary/tense/creepy opening credits
Don't know what about these old nuclear test footages makes them so creepy. This made me shit bricks. Too bad the movie itself was meh.
Why is darkness always evil in movies? I mean sure, I understand that shadows and night time are scary because of what might be hiding. But I wonder if all humans were as dark as Africans, if "dark" would still be "evil".
Because some tribes in non-white countries used to shun albinos as evil spirits. And ghosts/apparitions are more white than dark. Dunno, it would be interesting to have a movie where paleness is evil or out of the ordinary. Are there some good examples?
Oh yeah, those are both good examples. Sauroman being evil is actually a good one EXCEPT Gandalf comes back later as "The White" also, which is implied to be better than his previous gray version.
Some orcs are super pale, but I still feel like they make the ugliest ones black.
This just in Danny Glover confirmed for Mike Milligan in season 3.
except for the fact that the show is working its way back in time ( not forward) following that family.
season one - Lou Solverson as an old man, the father figure
season two - Lou Solverson as a young cop / Hank Larsson (Ted Danson) as the father figure
season three - Hank Larsson as a young cop
Casting calls for new characters.
>"JOHN" (40's-50's) l A powerful poltical figure manipulating all sides of the conflict for his own benefit. A master strategist with ever-shifting allegiances who appears to be always one step ahead of his enemies.
This is the role Benicio Del Toro is in discussions for.
>"SARA" (mid-20's - Early 30's) l A brave and resourceful warrior deeply committed to the ideals of justice and peace and unwaveringly loyal to her comrades, who...
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Anyone thought this dialog was weird:
>Rebel technician: Sir, your tauntaun will freeze before you reach the first marker.
>Han: Then I'll see you in hell!
He never turned into a lobster.
What was the point?