>this is the beauty Rhaegar almost annihilated his lineage for
I have a coworker coming over to hang out tonight. She says she want's to watch a movie.
What should I play?
She did go to film school
She hasn't seen Goodfellas so I am thinking that. Would this be a wise choice?
Something relatively new that's pretty good
Don't do Goodfellas, show your alpha self by having something you found "yourself"
The Grand Budapest Hotel
Master and Commander
If you want a comedy vibe
Wolf of Wall Street
Blair Witch Project
For the love of God don't take anything patrician
I'd say these are solid picks, not too plebby, not too patrician.
She's probably seen some of these
Was this the last good sitcom to air?
I've just watched this masterpiece. It was great, but I'm not sure if I've understood it. Anyone can give me a good analysis?
post a 3x3, discuss and rec
if you want to make one https://bighugelabs.com/mosaic.php
also be nice to each other
I'm posting this for the third time because I'd like to see this thread succeed
What are some black movies?
What does /tv/ think of this? I liked it a lot more than Primer.
The Magnificent Ambersons
Touch of Evil
The Rules of the Game
La Grande Illusion
Boudu Saved from Drowning
New Top Gear is a bigger failure than I ever thought possible (have forced myself to watch them all so far, think I'm done with it for good), but I'm really impressed with this new season of Leno's CNBC car show. Seems to have found its legs / style and toned down the cheezy reality show elements from the first run.
They're also putting them on YouTube which is nice:
I fucking love Leno talking about cars. I'm not even THAT big of a car guy, but I love his show. His passion and knowledge of cars is amazing. His collection has to be the greatest on Earth. I'm sure some oil sand nigger prince has more bugatis and shit, but Leno's garage is like a legit museum.
Rank these, family.
does anyone else think Batman vs Superman would have been better received if it had quips and if they dumbed down the politics a lot more?
le superheroes are bad, let's ban them storyline is repeated in every capeshit movie (watchmen, x-men, avengers, batman, superman). but this one went overboard with it. and the film didn't have enough jokes in the long drawn out fighting sequences.
batman's dream sequences were too kino and needed to be cut
the Why did you say that name (Martha) scene needed to be removed and reworked too. all of a...
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>Leslie Jones is Mary McFly who's accidentaly sent into the 40's in a time-traveling Hummer invented by her friend, Dr. Emmet Brown (played by Idris Elba), and must make sure her slave parents who work in a cotton field unite in order to save her own existence.
So what'cha think?
In the iconic scene where Marty McFly plays 'Johnny B. Goode', in this new fresh version Leslie Jones will be playing 'Let's Get Started' by hip-hop group Black Eyed Peas in front of her parents' slave owner and his peers.
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Netflix suits approach you one day and ask for your pitch for an original series/movie to be aired exclusively on Netflix. What do you pitch?
A three season anthology show that adapts the Vengeance Trilogy and Americanizes it right.
A fictionalized chronicle of Bill Cosby's rape escapades starring Hannibal Buress