>They haven't seen the best movie of 2015 yet
he obviously has some mental condition
Best episodes thread?
Babby's first scifi sentience themed episode. It has very awkward writing, mostly in the dialog. It only seems so good in comparison to the shit that came before it. Watch it again and listen to how the characters talk each other and you'll find it very cringe worthy if you've got half a brain.
Why would anyone recommend this movie? I'm partway through it and it's complete shit. I dare you to name one good thing about it.
>I will finish what you started
What the fuck did Vader start?
Are you an effective team /tv/?
Who should play him now that Huge JackMan is no longer doing it?
guys i'm so sad this perfect being won't have a career soon.
I mean someone so profoundly amazing should have all the best roles
I think with her athletic body, she could play a lead action movie role like emily blunt
>Nolan completely misunderstood the masquerade party scene from Batman Returns when he recreated it for TDKR
>doesn't understand that Batman and Catwoman are the only ones that don't wear masks because the Bruce and Selina personas are their disguises
>puts Bale and Hathaway in masks
Post /tv/ WebM's.
Why did adventure movies not really catch on after Indy? At least good ones, the only one I can think of was The Mummy. Is the concept literally too old fashioned (since most of this stuff derives from the late 19th century to the early 20th)? Is it not PC enough to have a strong white man beating up vicious natives?
I love them, but I think at this point in time younger people seeing films don't want to have blockbusters set in a time without ipads and twitter.
Also, they tend to be set in times where white people are making the rest of the world look like idiots, and pc police don't like that any more.
>there will never be another Indiana Jones game (not counting the stupid Lego stuff)
>there will never be a proper release of the Staff of Kings
>you will never be able to have the fun of running through ancient ruins and killing nazies
>the only franchise that comes close to it is Tomb Raider, and that's becoming a COD clone now
ITT: Post movies that NEED to be made
>The inequality between men and women in the film industry has been brought into sharp focus by stars like Jennifer Lawrence, Geena Davis and Cate Blanchett. Could a new F rating - for films made by or with major roles for women - help close the gender gap?
>So festival director Holly Tarquini came up with the F rating to sit alongside a movie's usual age classification.
>It is given to any film that meets one of three criteria: It must be written by a woman, directed by a woman...
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