edgy gross-out nonsense or bizarre neo-noir masterpiece?
The ending was kinda predictable, but I still liked it.
Just watched it yesterday. What confused me was why did the guy want to program a robot that only wanted to escape when he seemed to only be using them as dolls. Also (know I'll get called an idiot for this) but what was the motivation for her to lock in the kid?
It's explained in the movie. By making a robot that wanted to escape the robot would have to use cunning, manipulation, fake emotions, etc..according to the movie all signs of intelligence. It's dumb and the last act was shit, but that's the explanation.
Best part of the movie.
I'd say it was the opening shot in Mexico City or the train fight. It was a shit movie, but at least those scenes were stupid but entertaining. The rest was just stupid and boring.
The whole movie was stupid but entertaining, and it was all the better for it. Skyfall was a dreary piece of shit while Quantum of Solace was retarded and nonsensical. Spectre was a nice harmony between the two.
>Star Wars: The Force Awakens
>Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
>Han Solo movie
>Boba Fett movie
These are all the confirmed Star Wars films so far. They aren't stopping there.
What else do you think Disney will do?
Why don't more movies show scenes like this?
Does every new movie have to have a liberal political agenda?
>family wanted to watch pic related
>10 minutes in
>mom works, dad stays at home
>love interest is an "intelligent", "strong" feminist
>characters friend has ADHD
Is it fucking necessary?
>The two main characters aren't 10/10 Aryan white supremacist Chads and didn't rape the magical genie
FUCKIN LIBRUL PROPERGANDAAAAA!!!!1111
Okay, so the theme that "drugs are bad, evil and will ruin your life" seems to be present in every TV series ever.
Are there any instances where drugs are portrayed in a positive light?
Is this the worst Pixar movie to date?
A CHALLENGER APPROACHES!
The lack of Mad Max/Cars parodies is disturbing
Nah, but Herr Mauschwitz REALLY wants that's Dreamworks/Blue Sky money. I saw literally no adverts for this so i am guess it was the interns project
The only thing that I enjoyed was the 2 minute short, "Sanjay's Super Team"
Should I go see Creed, or Spectre?
New New Who Edition:
About to watch this? What should I expect?
>The sewer scene.
That was actually some genuine horror right there.
LONG LIVE THE KING!
The best part about Jon Snow being alive is that Martin confirmed he wasn't gone for good within a year of A Dance With Dragons's release. Despite being the guy who kills characters off, he knew he'd be screwing with the wrong people if he killed Jon. Granted, one of the big three (Tyrion/Jon/Daenerys) have to die before the end.
Is Arrow any good?
Wondring, because I can get the for two seasons together for like $2
>buying visual media
>hero dies at the end
>hero confronts his utmost fears and bravely sacrifices himself to stop the big bad and save everyone he cares for
>gets unexpectedly saved with no consequence whatsoever
>hero dies at the end
>his pupil takes up his mantle