why does sebulba always win?
What's your opinion on RedLetterMedia movie reviews?
hey guys Max here I know you guys don't mean it when you bring up the twilight indecent (or when you talk crap about anything I'm involved in for that matter). You are just trying to get a reaction out of my and it's ok you all are just trying to have fun I get it. I know if we met in real life we would talk about movies and get along fine, maybe we would be friends, who knows. Anyways guys just wanted to say thanks to red letter media for having me.
I can't believe it, but it's almost here. The embargo lifts in 10 days.
Will it deserve it? Most likely not. But the hype is too fucking potent for it to be anything less than "the biggest hit of the decade" or whatever.
I'll still enjoy it, but I certainly won't tell people I did.
Hahaha, oh wow.
Daisy Ridley lived on fish to get into shape for The Force Awakens.
What does it smell like precious? Does it taste so juicy sweet?
How the fuck do I get my hands on this?
Is there a place to stream it, like Dailymotion or something?
Really interested. Phantom Edit wasn't bad, so I wanted to check out another awful trilogy lumped together as one almost not horrible movie.
look at the way screenwriter max landis is staring at rich
he's literally fucking disgusted
Red Letter Media are the living embodiment of the smug, detached Gen-X ethos.
I'd venture to guess none of them has felt a single sincere conviction about anything since childhood. They exist as polyps upon the colon of culture, satiating themselves on the perceived failures of others (i.e. "The Man") while adding nothing new to the discourse aside from ironic complaint.
They're a group of insecure, lost, rapidly aging burnouts who silently believe they could do a better job of making films than the professionals in the industry. Yet they lack...
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depressed about being alone. Any recommendations to help me cheer up? Maybe something really immersive and engaging.
What would make a better movie Occupy Wall Street or Black Lives Matter?
>tfw have to hide my Pixar power level.
>Like Cars for the animation
>hide it because its popular with babies.
Am I the only one that watches animated movies for the animation? For example I really liked car and thought it was beautiful but normies thinks only babys like it.
Same thing with The Incredibles, its about superheros and animated by Pixar so its one of my favorite if not my favorite but normies think its for babies.
sigh...I hope im not alone on this one.
Last thread died.
Just finished watching The Killer. Damn, that was a fun fucking movie.
I didn't know what to expect going in, save for a shit ton of guns and blood, but I got that along with a sweet little romance and THE POWER OF FRIENDSHIP, plus some sick 80's city porn.
Really made me think about how I'd want to make an action movie. The hyperbloody squibs were fucking awesome.
>literally out today
>less than 15 review so far
what the fuck
when studios think their movies are going to get savaged by critics they won't schedule advanced screenings or they'll set a review embargo that will prevent critics from publishing their reviews until right before the movie is released
Meme scenes before memes were invented, ITT.
>before memes were invented
A meme is "an idea, behavior, or style that spreads from person to person within a culture". A meme acts as a unit for carrying cultural ideas, symbols, or practices that can be transmitted from one mind to another through writing, speech, gestures, rituals, or other imitable phenomena with a mimicked theme. Supporters of the concept regard memes as cultural analogues to genes in that they self-replicate, mutate, and respond to selective pressures.
Do you think actors are intimidated by their co-workers who are by-and-large superior to them?
What went wrong?