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You have 10 seconds to post the plebbiest criticism you can think of
>name one memorable line of dialogue
I really like horror movies. Not in the sense of feeling actually scared or getting a rush from seeing a big bad monster, but rather for the dark and lonely atmosphere that they create. Particularly ones that don't try and make you feel sad for the victims, or rely on cliches like cars not starting, trip-happy forests, etc.
Can I get any recommendations from you guys? Examples of what I mean include:
The Blair Witch Project
Ravenous has great atmosphere. It's one of my favorites.
Never heard of it, I'll give it a shot tonight
Awesome movie, although I don't know if I would describe it as horror seeing as how there are 1 or 2 parts that always make me laugh my ass off.
Who was the better action heroine?
So Maverick firebrand Tony Stark who has spent his entire life going against the system is supports the act, while Walking flag and govt worker Steve Rogers is against it?
Makes no sense to me.
Was this the same scenario in the comics?.
I want to get into Louis CK's work. Where should I begin?
You are given a 10million$ budget to make a movie about any already existing characters.You cannot spend the money on anything else than the movie.
What's the movie? Who are the characters?
>a rip&grinder movie
In no particular order:
>Mad Max: Fury Road
Times you were on TV?
I'll start when I was in the first grade. I remember the teacher made us write to some kids show. My letter was picked and they read it.
I was on TV just this morning doing an interview with the press. Lets just say I am a racist millionaire running for president of the US thanks to the gullibility of racist republican voters.
I was on the Southern Ontario version of Romper Room for a week in ca. 1984.
Fun fact: The woman who hosted the show when I was on it, Miss Fran, is now a Muslim (see pic related).
When will society progress to the point where it will be acceptable to show unsimulated sex in mainstream movies?
> Confirmed for movie of the year
> No discussion anywhere
Isn't Groundhog Day a lot less romantic once you realise
Phil basically spent years studying the girl he liked and faking an entire personality accordingly to get her to like him back?
Say something nice about Christ Hardwick.