Okay, let's be serious for a moment. Everyone agrees that 5 > 4 > 6 > 3 > 2 or 1 > 1 or 2, right? There's no actual debate on this, right?
>Forget it Jake, it's Chinatown.
Wait, what did he mean by this?
Sometimes there's shit that you gotta deal with in life. If you're lucky and you work hard, you can get above most of it, but even then there's just going to be some things that you can't fix.
What is his best movie?
Did anyone watch the season finale?
Why is this show so based?
not yet, but this is one of the best shows on
I love this show, it's a shame more people aren't watching it, it's one of my favorites. I always hope to find people talking about it on here but they never do.
>tfw Jimmy stayed >tfw Gretchen said I love you too
I liked it. All those props and practical effects. The titular bad guy did not disappoint either. Lots of really nice shots like this.
First season was better
>Too busy to watch shows on time
>Watched this before Fargo ep9
Holy fuck, between these two shows and Mr. Robot this year was God-tier. Throw in all the comedy shows especially You're The Worst and this has been a landmark year for television.
Nearly through with the audiobook, kinda like it. Is the flick a good adaptation?
Been buying movies at my local fye for some time now and have been noticing that more and more of the quality films, including criterion collection shit, are on blu ray.
Now I know none of you faggits have a blu ray player, so how do you guys watch blu ray discs? I don't wanna buy shit. What do?
I feel like watching a good war or action movie, one I haven't seen before. Any recommendations
is he the worst Star Wars character of all time?
>Fully trained Jedi
>They get cut down by sheev as if they've droids
Actually fucking retarded. Also, when they're all being killed, shouldnt they have sensed something was badly wrong in the force?
ITT: Actual tough guy actors
what went wrong?
Birdman, despite its spotty writing and bluntness, was still a good film.
Birdman had a superior cast to this. You can't beat Naomi Watts, Keaton, and Norton. Even the comic actors like Galifinakis were great in it. I don't find Leo very charismatic or interesting. He's also a try hard method actor.
Birdman's soundtrack is great, this one's forgettable.
And this is biased because I'm an actor, but Birdman was a lot more relatable and captivating. I felt like I was in the film, which is weird since so many filmmakers would rather use ironic distancing.
What are the best walkers/mech suits of all time?
Atleast there's Bebop and Rocksteady.
How does this film manage to be so simple yet so good?
Thank director Stanley Kramer; and the cast, of course.