>tfw you watch Commando in HD quality and realize that Bennett's chainmail shirt isn't chainmail at all, it's some kind of mesh.
And I spent so many years thinking he was wearing chainmail.
I actually thought Bennett was intimidating as fuck when I was a kid. For some reason, I didn't think he was that flabby looking. He was a
big guybut not quite as cut as Arnold.
I guess it turns out that acting crazy as fuck goes a long way. It's still comical that the movie expects us to believe he's Arnie's only equal match when it looks like he's spent his days out of the Special Forces pounding back beers on the couch.
Why do men and women like different television shows and movies?
good question. i'm watching The Notebook right now to try to crack the code
is this the sexiest scene in the history of film?
Why is Disney trying to create this false reality where kids know anything about or care at all about Star Wars?
>Hey guys, I know how we can beat the Jedi! What if there were only two of us at a time. Sure, we'll be constantly outnumbered, but...look, just trust me on this.
So who's gonna get the Falcon?
It's probably gonna be fine. But you don't want it to be, do you?
We're all anonymous here, it's ok to admit it. You're gonna hate it despite of its quality. Am i wrong?
I'll be how I act at Metal festivals; stand right at the front, yell abuse and throw things at the stage if it's a band I don't care for, despite knowing I don't HAVE to watch them and there's other bands playing on different stages.
Same applies for movies
Ready to hand Disney your hard earned sheckles /tv/? Who here /openingnight/?
i can't wait to see how she'll look at the premier on monday night
god i hope she gets fucked by BBC in LA that night
Why did he attack the paparazzi?
The best character by miles.
Name a better character in a TV show.
WELL I'M LOOKING AT THE WORLD NOOOW
ITT: Actors who would've been better for the role of Finn in Star Wars
>you will never be a genius director that holds enormous respect and admiration from people for your style and vision
James Cameron was a truck driver and got his break on B-Movies. He ended up being the greatest director of all time. All it requires is hard work and determination.
What are some movies with a grim/dark streets/abandoned buildings/industrial aesthetics?
Some approximations would be The Machinist, Blade Runner , Eraserhead, Shame, Enter the Void, Biutiful and so on
>Some approximations would be The Machinist, Blade Runner , Eraserhead, Shame, Enter the Void, Biutiful and so on
Go back to IMDb
Not this specific role, just as an actor.