How does Mulder afford Omega Wristwatches on a Government salary?
He's owned several throughout the series
> the Jedi were the guardians of the republic for 1000 generations
> If a generation = 20 years, then they existed for 20,000 years
> Fade to myth status or completely forgotten within 20 years
Just like white people, few decades ago they were the cream of the crop, now look at them.
Best war film of all time coming through.
Any Box office analyst's here?
We all know the box office is crucial for a movie so it can get sequels, does anyone know what will happen here?
Come on /tv, You're gonna stand there,and tell me you don't have no whistlin' bungholes, no spleen splitters, whisker biscuits, honkey lighters, hoosker doos, hoosker don'ts, cherry bombs, nipsy daisers, with or without the scooter stick, or one single whistlin' kitty chaser?
What are some good crime films?
>ITT: Directors that only tryhard plebs hate
Wolf of Wall Street is the best movie he's made since the 80s and probably the only one that deserves to be considered alongside things like After Hours, King of Comedy, Taxi Driver, and Raging Bull
he has a lot of pretty good stuff in the interim years though
Francis Ford Coppola revealed that he still thinks Star Wars sidetracked Lucas.
>“I think Star Wars, it’s a pity, because George Lucas was a very experimental crazy guy and he got lost in this big production and never got out of it."
>“I still hope that he made so much money out of it that he will just make some little movies. He promises me that he will.”
The year is 2020 and George Lucas releases an original sci fi film. Do you see it?
>tfw Lucas will never make another THX 1138
>tfw Star Wars plebs have never even heard of THX 1138
>tfw if Star Wars plebs watched THX 1138 hoping for more Star Pleb they'd say it was shit and forget about it
So I watched the fight scene from this movie. Pretty fucking based desu. Everything else I've seen looks like Refn hamming in a metaphor at every fucking turn.
So /tv/ does this deserve a watch?
What are some sad movies? I don't mean gritty or realistic dramas like Dancer in the Dark, Brokeback Mountain or Requiem for a Dream.
I mean legitimate over the top overly sentimental unapologetically hammy melodramas.
Stuff like this or The Way We Were, My Dog Skip, Love Story or Forrest Gump.
Fearless is my go-to "guy cry movie". If you have ever been in a near-death experience, it will destroy you.
Does it have to be in color? This has all the right
-sad, over the top melodrama--
Ask and ye shall receive.
Trebor vs Poof
What does /tv/ think of peon the lrofessional?
Does /tv/ like John Oliver?
Post your favorite TV Show of the Year
>COULD YOU PLEASE REPORT TO THE PRINCIPALS OFFICE
this movie had so much heart
this was one of my favorite horror movies as a kid. i remember my movie rental place only had one copy and it was constantly out. it was a real lucky day when this baby was sitting on the shelf.
completely forgot usher was in it.
It was a high school version of The Thing and it hit every mark, especially the test to see who was infected
>my face when
Hartnett's character is dating Famke at the end
>they're all approaching middle age now
Where has the time gone?