Will Ghostbusters make her a star, /tv/?
What are some good films to watch while enjoying some delicious 'go 'za?
What are some good "guy romantic comedy" movies like High Fidelity and 500 Days of Summer?
Is this documentary kino ?
Why is he in the show? What does he actually add?
>Indiana Jones and the attack of the giant ants
What did he mean by this?
you know. at this point, i admire Lucas and his 'fuck you' attitude.
let's face it, the prequels may have been a fucking mess, but at least they were memorable. unlike that recent shit.
>but at least they were memorable
Is this like the prequel apologist mantra or something? I see it regurgitated on every star wars thread. It's ridiculous because there's nothing good about being remembered for making three terrible films.
If he had a fuck you attitude, he wouldn't have let the internet run him out of his house.
1995 - July 3, 2014
Blackhat is literally the best hacker movie ever been made, prove me wrong fags
I can't prove you wrong. From a directorial standpoint, this movie is fucking perfect. The script isn't great, but that doesn't matter. Everything else is sublime.
Blackhat is indeed too beautiful for this world, which is why the masses rejected it. "Too cold", they said. "Not realistic" they said. I struggle to understand what went through the mainstream critics' mind during Hathaway and Lien's first sex scene, which came at a time they were waiting until dawn...
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What are the essential blaxpoitation movies?
I have already watched
>Black Dynamite (it's a spoof tho)
maybe there is already a chart idk
Yes, that's Gordon from Sesame Street.
My first answer is that it's too depressing, but The Walking Dead has reached/maintained the same level of relentless depression and is still as popular as ever 6 seasons past.
I dunno man. I love The Leftovers, can't wait and not ready for the last season.
>It's a Goku fights an evil future version of Goten episode
I've become addicted to watching Sopranos clips on youtube, despite never having actually watched the show, and now I've practically spoiled the entire show for myself like an idiot.
Is it still worth watching from the start?
Who will play him in the inevitable biopic?
Any bookfags following this movie?
>Eddie and Susannah haven't been mentioned
>Main female lead is a character who showed up for a few pages in the last book
>Almost the entire movie is set in present day New York
It seems like they might set all of this in the last or next to last book.
Also, as excited as I was for McConaughey to play Flagg, I hate what they did with his look. He looks like a goth rockabilly.