Haters gonna hate, this is an awesome trailer:
ITT legends that died before their peak
If DvD doesn't comeback next season then I'm officially leaving the On Cinema family
Is there anything more sad and autistic than the Star Wars EU?
What is it about 70s horror films that make them so creepy?
besides the obvious horror genre fact
Many studios didn't have tons of money or huge A-list actors to choose from, so they were forced to lean more on the craft of storytelling.
The cheesy, sometimes shitty looking monsters were hand made. Special effects were used to advance the story along, instead of how CG is used as a crutch by todays directors.
so how the fuck is she gonna charge her battery
Why did Palpy want the treaty signed?
Making the invasion legal would ruin his plan to get voted more power.
Why didn't Yoda and Obi-Wan show the damning security recording of Anakin in Sheev's office to the senate?
Why did the senate even believe sheev's story about jedi being evil? How fucking stupid is everyone in this movie?
So wait, The Dark Knight trilogy and the Friday trilogy are set in the same universe?!
Question for /tv/ old fags:
Everyone is obviously talking about TFA and its been hyped to no end.
On this board, what's the last film or tv show that caused similar excitement/derision?
Breaking Bad Finale? True Detective Finale?
Avengers? Dark Knight Rises?
Stacy >Sandi >Tiffany >Quinn
Stacy = BEST GIRL
How could you ever not choose the Redhead?
What did he mean by this?
Replicants (historically) can immediately "make"/spot/tell/determine other replicants who are nearby. The only difficulty is among humans spotting replicants in a complex society. Roy knew Deckard was a replicant, and that is the only reason why Roy saved him. This fact totally robs the scene of all of its transcendent, poetic power and Christ-metaphor. You should therefore stop liking this scene if you even did to begin with, and they're both toasters anyway, so it's emptied of emotional content. "b-but what about Rachel not knowing?"...
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Roy eventually understood it was inevitable he was going to die, but the only way to live on was in memory. Can't exactly live on in memory when you kill the last person who really knew anything about you.
Good movies on Netflix? Idk why everyone is so hype about this shit ive had it for a week and im already running out of things to watch. Narcos is the only reason to get it and you can finish that in the trial month
This starts in 10 minutes, can it possibly be as good as it looks?
Anyone know any details yet?
What are some other good films I can watch with my wife's children? We really enjoyed watching Pixar, what else appeals to kids and adults?
Check out Studio Ghibli. Only exceptions are Princess Mononoke, Grave of the Fireflies, and The Tale of The Princess Kaguya, and The Wind Rises. Those are 10/10 movies but I dunno how much little kids'll be into them.
subtle meme there, good work. you got me.