What's the oldest film you've seen?
This one is also the most psychedelic film I've seen.
Has 2015 been a good year for movies?
It's a greatest year for TV: Fargo, Last Kingdom, BCS, Wolf Hall, quality Netflix and Amazon shows, and finally, death of "smug liberal" talk-shows (since Colbert and Stewart were blacked).
>tfw cinema charges $16.95 for two crab legs
>tfw butter sauce is an extra $5
>buying fucking crablegs at a movie theater
where the fuck do you live
Can /tv/ recommend me some anime that is not autism
I am a normie so I cant get into weeb shit
I really like the style though
How is he not the biggest star in Hollywood yet?
But he literally is.
He's playing the most iconic superhero of all time in one of if not THE biggest budget superhero movie of all time.
In this day and age you literally can't do better than that.
People dont want a masculine hero anymore. He would absolutely kill in a proper action movie.
Also superman sucked and nobody saw man from uncle, so he doesnt get the press he deserves for the latter.
who /peggy/ here?
Do you have the continuum transfunctioner?
>people who shit on Goldeneye's soundtrack because "muh synths"
This ost made the movie. It would've been just slightly above average without it. It made it great
Is he pleb or patrician?
i've watched every single film and tv show ever made
what do i do now, /tv/?
There are currently 16 Star Wars threads
Was it a good ending, or a shitty one?
It was funny in a dark way. The dude literally killed everyone who he loved believing that he was doing them all a favor only to find out seconds later that he didn't need to do it.
It definitely wasn't a bad ending, that's for sure.
It felt cheap to me. A twist like that is fine at the end of a twilight zone episode when I only have 30 minutes invested in it, but at the end of a long harrowing movie just makes me feel like I wasted my time watching it.
Both, he let go of hope and let down the people who trusted him at the very last moment, help was already coming, now he has to live with the guilt of letting go of that sliver of hope that he should've held on to, now he lost his family and what he does with that pain is up to him.
Tell me about this, why does he wear the mask?
There will never ever be a sequel edition.