My girlfriend is making me watch this movie. What should I expect? Is it good and /tv/ approved?
Let's have a meet up for people seeing TFA when it drops, we may even be able advert a few no singles policies. Just name your theater, time you're going, and how you can be recognized.
I'll be at Cinemark 20 in Boca Raton, 17th at 7 p.m., will be cosplaying as an Ewok.
Posted it this morning: http://www.theguardian.com/film/2015/dec/13/mark-kermode-best-films-2015-girl-walks-home-inside-out-carol-the-falling-brooklyn
Spoilers alert: It's shit. This guy basically can't understand past it's emotional = it's great.
A whole new trilogy? So what about the Blomkamp alien which, they recently confirmed, will happen eventually. Will they make it between Alien Covenant and its sequel? Fox is going all out with this Alien Cinematic Universe. I just want a sequel to Aliens. Sorry Scott, you ruined Space Jockeys.
What are /tv/'s thoughts on pic related?
Episode 10 will make or break this entire season.
Why is Anakin such a creep?
> It's almost 2016
> The theater jew still hates us
> No option to plug in our earphones or headphones
> They want us to listen to other people...
> ...Chew their food
> ...Laugh out loud
> ...Open their wrappers
> ...Dig through their popcorn bags
Seriously my theater...
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we need a petition, or just protest by dumping garbage all over the theater after a show
what's the worst scene in the OT?
what's the worst scene in Empire?
how is that haircut called?
Am i the only one who didnt know what the fuck was going on in this film? I know its in Shakespearean but fuck was the dialogue hard to follow
Did not see but this was also a pain in the ass to follow. Shakespeare adaptations require repeat viewings.
How do you think her transition into Hollywood will work out?
Her American accent needs work.
Just saw this, was wondering what the /tv/ verdict is.
In my opinion, there were a bit too many references to the previous movies, too many cliches or cheesy moments and a bad casting choice for C. The whole Blofeld part felt out of place as well. A very mediocre James Bond movie.
What does /tv/ think?
I thought it was all good up until the Spectre base exploded.
First of all, why did it even explode? Did the watch systematically destroy the entire complex, or was it self-destructed? There's no clear reasoning.
Secondly, everything after that moment felt very rushed and crammed together. They had too many things to tie up and refused to leave anything for the next movie to deal with, but they didn't have enough time to properly conclude all of it at once so it was very sloppy.
That was very odd indeed, I guess the small explosion from the gas valve supposedly led to the big explosion? Didn't understand that either.
I also didn't completely understand the torture scene, I assume he missed the target with the second puncture, because he didn't forget anything. I also found the scope and information about Spectre itself lacking.
In retrospect, the first scene/location was probably the best, in Mexico.
What's his best movie?
ITT: Movies you will never see the appeal of