btw that's her brother
>your little sister will never fuck you
Set your nostalgia aside, is this good character design?
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>that set design
>that taunting Vader
>that Luke gradually getting more scared and disheveled
>"I am your father."
So can we all agree that this is the GOAT Star Wars scene?
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>The girl with the dragon benis
>So America is taken over by the Nazis, so like they have Nazi phones. Gotta have the symbol on them so the audience understands the Nazis have taken over, otherwise how will they know?
.. That you've seen.
I'm looking for something that will keep me guessing until the end. Please help. I've been on imdb for 2 hours looking through shit that I've already seen.
Bonus points for Sci-fi films
Is he a kek?
Once Upon a Time tonight, getting closer to the fall finale.
The "dark Hook" subplot makes no fucking sense, hooray
Can anyone recommend like Taxi Driver, but in space? An introspective movie just with a more expansive open setting than a big city. Maybe less dialog.
I come from an alternate reality where Alejandro Jodorowsky's Dune was made and released. AMA
having never read nor seen Dune or anything related, how may one begin to get into the universe and is it in any way shape or form, actually, a space opera and if not then I would kindly like you and/or anyone else to guide me to good space opera (anything not Babylon 5 or the other various cheesy and poor quality TV shows, ((is this like an improbable or impossible genre to really nail right? It seems like everything besides Star Wars is just horribly boring or awfully executed, like Argo tier.))
was there ever a point where you thought to yourself: "Yeah, maybe...
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post 10/10 endings
>"truly at that moment I realized I couldn't be Whip without a few lashes"
How long is the "longer version" of the movie?
>mfw I have taken to watching romantic comedies and family films that I remember from my childhood in the 90s to keep the loneliness at bay
what movies do you watch to deal with the feels, anon?
>mfw I watched The 'Burbs on friday night
80s teen movies give me a taste of the friendships and romances I wish I had in my teen years.