>Faith in cinema: restored
The cinematography almost brought me to tears
Starting with a very obvious one.
>44 years old
Damn, Shelly didn't age too badly.
Get fucking hyped!
>believing in anything directors/actors/producers/executives say
Son of Krypton vs Bat of Gotham
With hopefully just one more week until the reviews start pouring in, let's play Guess the Tomatometer Score!
>now I can finally be Star Wars: The Force Awakens
>science fiction film set on another world
>director shows this with several planets/moons in extremely close proximity in the sky
>science fiction film set thousands of years into the future
>there is still a white race
I hadn't seen Lost in Translation before but it was on HBO this morning so I'm giving it a shot.
I start wondering how they are going to meet, she sees him and buys him a drink.
I can't relate to this movie anymore.
Anyone else Drop a movie for a subtle or insignificant reason?
Also let me know if I should keep watching, it's paused right now.
>turn the tv on history channel, discovery or nat geo
>not a single science or history show
>all they air are reality shows about family businesses
What does /tv/ think of the upcoming Star Wars film?
Considering there are loads of threads on the board already go fuck yourselves.
Also the film isn't out, so what the fuck are we supposed to think fag?
Yeah it looks decent, but we won't know till we see it.
I though Salvation was great. an awesome depiction of post-Judgement Day world. and the best portrayal of Reese and John Conner that the series has ever seen. overall I don't think it's quite as good as 1-3, but that's more of a testament to how great I think those movies are. at the very least Salvation is worthy of being in the Terminator franchise unlike the steaming pile that was Genisys.
>I'm going to settle for the least shittiest out of all of the shitty films in the universe.
1 and 2 are great.
3 was shit.
4 was generic and average at best.
5 was pointless.
Hows the Sarah Conner Chronicles? Never watched them
The premise was interesting (terminator with human memories) but about half of the movie is a CG shit fest.
It's very boring but the first 20 minutes or so we're really good. Sadly it took a huge departure from those grounded moments to bring in a huge overarching plot that nobody cares about.
NOW IT'S LASER TIME!!
>tv actor from a beloved show gets a movie role
>ends up quitting show because he wants to focus on his movie career
>never shows up in a main role for a successful movie or tv show ever again
Surely we all know at least one actor like this. Post 'em.
This guy's leaving Teen Wolf after working on Maze Runner. Bet we don't see him in anything good once he's finished with Maze Runner.