There's one thing I don't get. Why would Lex Luthor, ultra billionaire, know a reporter for one of many newspapers? By first name basis, even.
ITT people who only get work because they are Jews
put yourself in his position
>make great sci-fi movie franchise
>JarJar casts oogabooga
>oogabooga is key to all of it
what would you do?
I'd point out your stupidty and send you straight back to stormblr.
good or shit?
What did he mean by this? Was it because Doomsday was being too loud and bats have sensitive ears?
Stop, invincible monster!
Now I would be the first person to be in favor of /film/. But given that the current catalog, when cleared of threads about television as well as Star Wars, capeshit, comic books, celebrity, cunny, memespouting, greentexting etc. threads looks this sad, I'm thinking that a new board devoted to a somewhat serious discussion of films would be a failure and completely open to shitposters unless the moderation takes a very, very tough stance right from the beginning.
For some reason, 4chan is one of the shittiest places on the Internet to discuss films.
Darren Aronofsky was supposed to direct The Wolverine, what would that have even been like?
this is how I feel in regards to film and television. Everything seems to be dropping in quality and originality.
a young movie director nowdays will at most get a big project from a studio with very little control. why make something new when you can make die hard 6?
how is this fixable?
The ability to make a film by yourself is stronger than ever. You don't need millions of dollars backing you, and you can make something emotionally powerful and downright artistic with some consumer grade gear. The independent market is stronger than ever and you can get exposure via the internet and so forth.
If you feel there is something seriously lacking with contemporary films, then go out and make better. Make something honest and authentic.
>how is this fixable?
first try to find empirical grounds to believe in your hypothesis. if you look at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_directorial_debuts you will notice that actually there has been an increase of directorial debuts over time, which seems to imply the opposite.
comfy shows thread
You guys know that wasn't doomsday right? It is most likely gonna be Subjekt 17. Why the fuck would they waste Doomsday on the second movie?
No Warner Bros exec is going to know about fucking Subjekt 17.
Making it Doomsday mines casuals for their memories of Death of Superman. It's much more normie friendly. And Doomsday has some actual shity fans out there.
I want to see what all the fuss is about, but everyone says not to start with Season 1.
Where's a good entry point for this?
don't listen to this idiot. A lot of side characters return and make references to previous things the Gang has done and consequences from episodes
Just start with Season 1 and don't stop. Some episodes might be off but it's consistently good for the most part.
This movie sucks
>Don't bring up Ang Lee or any other asian that is not American
I'm not Asian myself, but it really puzzles me how America until today does not really have any iconic Asian American directors or actors for that matter? It's about time don't you think?
>imagine Kurosawa was American
>would have made great Asian American or even American stories
THIS IS BETTER THAN A WOOKIE
>The Big One (September 11, 2016)
Directed by Ben Affleck
A retired bank robber (Peter Dinklage) working on a farm in rural Illinois is called back into the fold by his former boss (Danny Devito) to reassemble his old crew for a heist that no one will see coming.
>Peter Dinklage as Rudy "Pinball" Leiter
>Danny Devito as Mr. Modigliani
>Verne Troyer as El Jefe
>Jordan Prentice as Rhino
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