Reddit: A very random motion picture! comes out. Who does it star, and what is the movie about?
>Core cast has to include Neil Degrasse Tyson, Bill Nye, and Chris Pratt
Any suggestions on more like this? Modern movies ('90 or newer) about cold war espionage, counter terrorism, etc.
Seen this, Munich, Argo... Been on a kick lately.
Is it just me, or is this the most movie of movies? Each act, the characters and their personalities, the reveals, the action, the music, etc.
It feels so by the book and cliche yet still engaging and attention grabbing. It also goes by quick.
Will Smith is the most movie of actors.
What are some television shows featuring women who frequently wear full-body suits?
Why does /tv/ shit on this movie so much? What don't you like about it? It has solid casting, quirky memorable characters, funny and absurd dialogue, nearly every line of dialogue is quotable, it has beautiful cinematography, and perfect pacing. It gets better and better upon each viewing. It's my favorite Coen brother's film. I love all their work. This movie is my absolute favorite. I'm 33. Is it just the younger millennials who don't like it? What is it about this film that warrants such an irreverent passionate hatred of it and dubbing it "The Big Memebowski."
We don't like it because Reddit likes it. Anything Reddit likes we are obligated to dislike. If Redditors thought that the Big Lebowski was stupid we would praise it and call them plebs.
I don't understand the characters fully. The whole back and forth between Nora and Riley from The Boondocks was a bit confusing. Why did Nora feel compelled to look at the questionnaire and then ask Riley the questions? Why did Nora feel compelled to throw the stone through Riley's window, and why did Riley feel compelled to throw it back?
Was it just a back and forth of one thinking they're better than the other and the other proving that the other needs to get off their high horse?
>It's over Master Yoda, I have the high ground!
No, seriously. He's like 3 times taller.
This makes no difference but the tiny cliff in EP3 does?
This thread is stupid and has been explained a million times. The High Ground can be countered. Yoda does this by spinning. A lot. He spins both horizontally AND vertically (flipping).
Dooku tries spinning too, but not effectively enough. This is why the duel ended in a draw.
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why is casino royale so much better than QoS, skyfall and spectre?
Had a well realized live story and Bond girl
Had a more grounded bond before he went grim dark
It came after die another day so expectations were lower than dirt
You know my name
That parkour chase
Spencer is a pug rapist.
He's going to end up getting bit eventually isn't he...
Has any movie this year had any more "how can they be that dumb?!?" moments than this movie?
What went wrong ? After season 2 it was shit
Which film trilogy is this?
How come he don't want me man?