>First trailer was fucking incredible
>Second trailer was good but nothing spectacular
>Third trailer is LE QUIPS!
See what happens when you faggots complain that Man of Steel needed more humor? Maybe the world can appreciate what Zack was trying to do with MoS.
Dude...weed lmao....drugs lmao
What went wrong?
Marvel did that years ago
>EVERY LINE HAS A DOUBLE MEANING RELATING TO HOW CLARK IS SUPES AND BRUCE IS BATS
>THIS IS WHAT GOOD WRITING IS RIGHT???
I feel dirty for even posting this here.
So I wasn't accepted into film school. What do?
Teach yourself. Buy books and equipment. Watch all different kinds of movies constantly and read about them. Make your own movies on your own terms without a school chaining you to rules. Live your dreams.
Pretty good South Park episode. But Holy shit this part got me so good. It has been two weeks since a new SP and I forgot about this stupid joke. Then it hit me out of nowhere and had me loling.
What is the hardest you've ever heard a movie theater laugh? Or alternatively, what is the hardest a movie has made you laugh?
As stupid as it is to say it, probably the first time I saw the whole Hitler's Car sequence in Rat Race. The pay-off is so perfect.
I started laughing uncontrollably during the scene in LOTR Return of the King where Gollum starts singing about fish as the rangers are about to shoot him
apparently I have an endearing laugh because soon the whole theater was laughing
God, it's been like, 10 years but my face still gets red thinking about it...
Obviously it's been demonstrated that Sam Mendes should stay the fuck away from James Bond.
However, who should replace him? Who is your ideal Bond movie director?
>If Man won't kill God, the Devil will do it
Who's the Devil? Doomsday?
how the fuck can they make him more annoying and punchable with each trailer?
>most suspenseful/scary episode
>most thought provoking episode
>most feels episode
old lady gets calls from her dead fiance
recurring nightmare with a bit of a matrix theme mixed in
>ninety years without slumber
old guy thinks he will die when his grandfather clock stops ticking.
The one when the guy working for the government learns that nuclear annihilation is almost certain within 24 hours and wants to save his family. The way it's shot is eerie, they keep using weird closeups and dutch tilts so that everything feels incredibly off.
One for the Angels. Salesman was a real human bean.
I'll try not to tip my fedora to hard but my favorite episode is "Time enough to last" there is nothing I want more than to live in a completly uninhabited planet. I'm a sociopath with no friends that can't even look my therapist in the eye.
Objectively best ep is eye of the beholder feelsiest is either changing ofb the guard or walking distance
Suspensful either invaders or will the real martian and mist thought provoking is owl creek bridge
Which movie should we watch together?
will twitter literally explode when this happens?