Did anyone here actually get into blurays?
I think after the DVD era I basically just got into downloading everything.
does anyone actually have a dedicated bluray player and bluray collection?
List the franchises from the greatest to the worst
>Pirates of the Caribbean
>The Dark Knight trilogy
2a. Star Wars
2b. Indiana Jones
4. Lord of the Rings
5. Pirates of the Caribbean
6. The Matrix
7. Dark Knight
8. James Bond (most overrated franchise in history)
9. Harry Potter
10. Marvel CU
ITT: Films plebs rate 10/10, wannabe-patricians rate 1/10, true patricians rate 10/10
Should I watch Star Wars: The Rebels before I go see the movie this weekend?
How the fuck did Sheev pay for the clone army?
Harry, did I ever tell you about your father's invisibility cloak? it is a legendary artefact known to hide people from death. I took it from him when your family was hiding from Voldemort. He was a good friend.
ITT movies that don't deserve their reputation
i know but it was 1993, why did so many people bitch about it? i could understand if it came out in the 2000s
an accurate depiction of the mario games in a live action movie would have been gay and you know it
What did he mean by this?
>There are people on /tv/ right now that never watched The Prisoner
Yes, there are people actually that lame on this board. Would you believe it?
I watched the version on AMC starring Jim Clavicle and Magneto. Am I elite?
>implying I didnt try.
I tried to get one started 5 times already over the past year. Sober, to the point, 0 reply.
This board is populated by millenials who were linked here from facebook, the last thing you can still do is being uppity and weeping.
>Paramount "had a script for Star Trek that wasn't really working for them. I think the studio was worried that it might have been a little bit too Star Trek-y." For his role as the primary screenwriter, Pegg had been asked to make this new film "more inclusive", stating that the solution was to "make a western or a thriller or a heist movie, then populate that with Star Trek characters so it's more inclusive to an audience that might be a little bit reticent."
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Luke Skywalker has disappeared. It is a
time of uncertainty. Unrest grips the
galaxy as the influence of THE FIRST
A glimmer of hope remains in the heroic
forces of the Resistance. General Leia
Organa dispatches her top pilot to recover
a clue that may lead to her missing
The dark enforcer Kylo Ren, obsessed with
the Skywalker lineage, learns of the
Resistance plan and arrives at the planet
Jakku to intercept the pilot...
>Luke Skywalker has disappeared.
I'm disappointed but not surprised.
Do i need to have been born on the 70s to enjoy this old Star Wars movies. Cause seriously everyone keeps saying this movies are God tier but when i watch them last week they had cheesy lines, cliche writting and characters.
>WHAT IF STAR WARS EPISODE III WERE GOOD?
What do you think?
>yfw indians dance in the theatre at the middle of a movie
What are some really well done gritty dark action sci-fi movies like Robocop 1 and Terminator 1 about machines? One could argue that Robocop isn't as "dark and gritty" as Terminator 1, but it really has those dark moments early on where he gets completely shot up and it shows all of the other people who were made into machines killing themselves which really showed that Murphy is special because of his drive toward justice keeping him sane.
I actually did not like Blade Runner.