>mfw Leia is only 155 cm tall
What do you think of Paul Dano's acting ability?
What the fuck is Lynch's deal with making his films feel likes shitty student films?
They're fantastic but they have that aesthetic and dialog
I think you're misreading something. The quality Lynch strives for is ambiguity. The performances are weird - some people may find them amateurish, some may find them compelling and award-worthy, some may find them dark or comedic. Same goes for dialog. This is the same technique employed in a lot of experimental art, what comes to mind first would be something like Kafka, who Lynch is a fan of. Kafka's writings may come across, to different people, as entirely unschooled or meticulously constructed. Kafka's dialog has come under fire in similar ways as your OP...
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I think he's a genuinely shit visual director and I think people give him way too much of a free pass on that kind of thing. The frame you posted looks terrible. Looks like a daytime soap opera. I'm sick of the excuse that it's meant to look like that. Even so it could be done better. And was Lost Highway supposed to look like a soap opera? I think Lynch has a good command of imagery, lighting, but no command of the camera.
What's so different between then and now?
rip Robert Loggia
I have an army
Anybodyy have any good charts or recs for Asian cinema?
Find a flaw
And the oscar goes to...
Eddie Redmayne for his stunning and brave performance as the Danish Girl!
Tbqh senpai, watch it again without imagining all of the dark, emo bullshit the 2000s fed you. Have some fun and join the hype train.
Seriously, the series (not that weak pilot of a film) is making me like the prequels for the setting they built for it.
I expected a kidified version of what was wrong with the prequels, what I got is something that both validates and surpasses them.
That Tartakovsky cartoon was pretty ace as well.
Tell me, is Rebels this good?
>tfw I enjoy the films of wes anderson
help me bros
>The Sheev Spin
>The High Ground
>The Hand Amputation
>The Mace Dindu stare
>The Luke Skywalker flip
What amazing new techniques will Kylo Ren and Finn show us in Episode VII /tv/?
Which comedian makes you think the most?
This documentary was profoundly eye opening.