>You must be nuhier
IN THE NOT TOO DISTANT FUTURE
Before Driver was Kylo Ren or on girls, or at Julliard.. homie was a marine.
Am I the only one who doesn't care about this?
All this hype for the star wars, and I'm just sitting here ready for yet another great Tarantino movie. Seriously, is any current director more based than he is? I know 90% of you epic faggots are gonna say he sucks, but all of his movies are top tier for me.
It's such a sideways step after Django.
I keep waiting for him to break out of his niche style and go back to making movies for grownups. He's getting more entrenched in his ways though; he'll never make another film that isn't a pastiche campy b-movie.
He's regressed as a filmmaker and seems to have no intentions of ever challenging himself again. Feels like lost potential.
Do you think he survived getting his hand chopped off and blasted out a window by Sheev?
What does /tv/ think of The Rules of Attraction?
It's very good. Liked it when it whenever it came out and on dvd, didnt know how it would age, watched it a year or so ago and it held up. Really unique, strange vibe to it. Unabashedly deranged, maudlin.
>ROMEO AND JULIET: THE WAR story takes Shakespeare's star-crossed lovers and places them in the futuristic sci-fi/fantasy Empire of Verona, the most powerful territory on Earth. The MONTAGUES, powerful cyborgs made of artificial DNA, and the CAPULETS, genetically enhanced humans known for their speed and agility, worked in tandem to destroy all threats to the city. With no one left to fight, the Montagues and Capulets found themselves a new enemy: each other.
the fuck just happened
i liked the middle family dinner part especially
woods w those creatures was eerie, the lake fable
didnt really get the final bit but i should rewatch it, i glean that there's some socio-political connotations?
Apichatpong creates a universe where multiple dimensions and realm mixes. I actually watched it last night on netflix, too bad the quality was terrible.
>DUDE two and a half hour comedy movies LMAO
What you're looking at above is a box that contains the IMAX 3D version of Star Wars: Force Awakens, captured by a movie theater employee who goes by "Absolutbad" on Reddit. On it, we can also see the trailer lineup that will show before the film: Batman vs. Superman, Captain America: Civil War, Deadpool, Independence Day: Resurgence, Jungle Book and Warcraft. After this film, there are plans to release a new installment every year, including spin-offs, sequels and an animated series. The first follow-up will be next year's Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, the...
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>reddit last night
>GUYS, WHAT YOU'RE LOOKING AT...
>I'M SO GREAT THAT I'M SHOWING YOU THIS
Ask someone who is seeing The Force Awakens by himself opening night anything.
I wouldn't know what to answer if someone asked me what my favorite movie is but I can definitely say that Point Break is my favorite action movie.
What's the best action movies according to /tv/?