Does anyone else sit in the front rows at theatres? We'll say rows 1-7 just as a random pick.
I know most people hate doing that but there has to be others that do it?
Row 5-7 is probably where I am talking about.
Just got in a fight with my mom because she wanted to take me to see Star Wars. I told her I didn't want to see it because it's just capeshit in space and I was gonna read about it on /tv/. She called me a stick in the mud and said it might be a good chance to make friends.
What should I do?
Who the new sith is in the new star wars movie? Luke?
>There are adults who will actually take time out of their schedule to see a children's film
How does it feel to be manchild? There are so many movies out right now that don't have to be viewed through nostalgia-goggles.
>There are adults who will actually take time out of their schedule to post on 4chan
How does it feel to be manchild? There are so many activities out right now that don't have to be viewed through faggot-goggles.
> There are people, some who are legally adults, who will actually take time out of their schedule to complain about people doing what they want with there money and seeing a good movie.
How does it feel to know you are feeding off the very ones you call bottom feeders.
ITT sequels that are superior, or as good, as the original
Agreed. Holds up absolutely perfectly, if not more resonant today.
Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior
Its as good as the first. Beyond Thunderdome was good, but not as good. All memorable and still watchable. Fury Road was superior
Personally, it's one of my favorites.
Movies you saw because of memes
If you don't share, our enthusiasm, and CARE
YOU DID SOMETHING THAT ANNOYED ME AND NOW I'M SHOUTING TO CONVEY THAT I AM VERY DISPLEASED WITH YOU
Some of you stormtroopers are alright, don't go to the Death Star tomorrow
You don't have the balls to do it, faggot. Your dad works for me, you blow up my Death Star and I cut his dick off.
I always liked the episode about the girl that lives in a world where all women look like 12 or 8. I think those were the numbers
>/tv/ will be triggered by this
as a lifelong film fan who sees tarantino for the non-entity he is, I always struggle to get why /tv/ is so offended by his presence
I enjoy a good tarantino movie time to time, but at the end of the day, even at his worst, his films are entirely insignificant and ignorable.
a lot of artistry and passion being put into very tight pieces of inoffensive mass entertainment. what's there to be angered by?
i look forward to seeing this someday down the road. I'm sure I'll have fun.
New Thread get in here
>'and then I woke up'
So in the end the whole thing was just a dream? How the fuck did this manage to win so many awards and garner so much praise?
Every 'SF' movie now is just a gigantic action explosion event, look at what Star Trek has become with that Beyond trailer
So what are some good SF books that would make a decent film with a story and plot and not just a series of baysplosions?