What are some beta actors that bring their moms as their date to award events?
Clint Eastwood and his 200 year old mother.
But honestly, bringing your mum (who presumably supported you when you were a struggling peniless artist) to these awards is much better than bringing some bitch.
How much do you think Disney is paying for /b/ tier shit like >>63412937 to stay up??
Opinions on Prisoners?
I think it was pretty good
Prisoners is THE example of inauthentic sensibility cinema. It doesn't get more juvenile "film buff" than this movie. Everything from the casting, to the themes, to the cinematography. It physically pains me to even think about it. Fincher was always the epitome of IMDB to me until this movie, but then Villenvue managed to topple him.
How's this? It features Willa so my interest piqued
Is it worth the watch, /tv/?
You're home John..
Its wierd, i'm actually enjoying it but only because of certain characters.
There's no horror or suspense in this season outside of Evan Peters character and the Cop story/arc.
The whole Lady Gaga part really doesn't interest me in the slighest, and its not that she's a bad actor its just that i don't care/adds nothing of vaule to this other plot arc.
Germanotta is basically just playing Lady Gaga and the characters are lacking any depth and variety.
Literally more than half the cast is just vampires. Too many shit i don't care for and now that the killer was revealed (which was horrible btw), i'll just watch the last 2 episodes because i came so far.
Best character is
>It's a Christmas special episode
To be fair, they're so GOAT that they pulled it off.
I'm watching the early episodes on Netflix at the moment and the original dynamic with Del, Rodney and Grandad was so fucking good. I preferred it when Del was genuinely sleazy.
>tfw watching this at christmas in comfy living room with your dad and a nice cuppa tea
>it's anuvah day at the office bradley episode
Epic in technical scale but breathlessly intimate in narrative scope, Her is a sprawling investigation of the human condition.
If you can't see this, you need to find a place more in line with your unrefined tastes.
Epic in technical scale but breathlessly intimate in narrative scope, Inside Out is a sprawling investigation of the human condition.
If you disagree with this, then you do not belong on this board, and we kindly ask you to find a new home.
>literally the same trope of every single pixar movie
Spit a sales pitch, anon.
So, we got these toothpaste things, right? And we got alcoholics. And I was thinking we cut a deal with Jim Bean or some other garbage bourbon makers, and we make....bourbon toothpaste. We'll market it to alcoholics.
I can't stop watching the Plinkett reviews. They're just so well done
How can you have any hope for the new films?
at the end of the last best of the worst max landis and macauley culkin initiated the rlm crew to the jewminati in a vile phylactery ceremony so expect them to hit it big in the next year or so.
I don't know if "hope" is the right word, but the likelihood of TFA reaching the same memetic heights of awfulness that the prequels had is extremely small, for better and worse.
Even if it's bad or just middling, it physically can't be as disappointing or awful as TPM because Star Wars as a thing in society is already tarnished. It can only go up from here because the franchise has already been past rock bottom and dunked in the abyss. It's just not feasible for it to go any lower.
pre release photoshoot
what the hell was this thing anyway?
>lucas never made a star wars movie in the early 90s with early 90s mark hamil (pic related) playing either anakin skywalker as a war hero or an older luke