Alright Ameri-bros. Our neighbor to the north has done some serious fucking up lately. This kind of cvckholdry didn't bother me when it was over in Europe but now it's starting to encroach us on all sides. Since the wall of trump is already guaranteed to the south, what do we do about these DUDE WEED LMAO faggots to our north who want to end free speech and let thousands of refugees in?
They can't keep getting away with it.
>want to end free speech
Pretty sure we have more freedom of speech in Canada than you do in the states.
For example I seem to remember one edward snowden who remains a fugitive from the US govt for saying the wrong things in public.
What are some of the best post-apocalyptic films out there?
attack the block was pretty neat.
I suspect that CA: Civil War will be an analogy to the 2nd Amendment debate. Super-humans are like normal humans but with varying degrees of powerful guns.
If you are for stricter gun control, than you are with Tony Stark; for gun rights, than Captain America.
I'd like to know what you all think about Civil War in the context of a 2nd Amendment/ gun control debate?
I think it's about abortion right. If you're against you're with Cap , if you're ok with it, you're with Stark.
It is known that Stark phuck a
a lot girls compare to cap he doesn't want to have hundred of hidden babies.
the only resemblance to the word "analogy" that these marvel flicks carry is hydra being as fascist and le super evil as nazis were except oh wait hydra is literally just an fictional extension of nazis
>Return to a galaxy far, far away alongside new heroes and old friends as they search for a much needed ally.
>– FINN: A soldier on a path to adventure and danger.
> – REY: A true survivor who is resourceful and capable.
what is the spoiler here
>it's shitty Tatooine Luke instead of aesthetic as fuck Jedi Knight Luke
It's treason, then.
>tfw the bob ross stream ended 20 years ago
>It's a Buffy's friends resurrect her just to make work at mcdonalds and her pay the bills while they're squatting in her house episode
Find a flaw, ANY flaw
ITT: We discuss George Lucas career outside Star Wars.
Sci fi movie with Robert Duvall starring:
Nominated 13 times and only won 1 oscar
how does this make you feel?
How does one read film? Most visual metaphors go over my head.
There is a certain way of watching we got accustomed to as we grew up. You gotta shake that off and just starting experiencing it, rather than just following the plot. I wouldn't say there is science to it.
A general accumilation of visual library/historical context wouldn't hurt though.
What mature and considered film and India as a backdrop was captured beautifully. Why'd it get mixed reviews from critics?
All of Wes Anderson's traits are there, but a little more toned down,a little more considered.
Plus his use of Satjayit Ray's music gave this the GOAT soundtrack.
>They used these costumes unironically in a film
who /chubandtuck/ here?