who is the best character and why is it mike?
This entire character is a leftist fantasy.
>black man being eloquent
>black man being a given an important role in a white crime organization in the 70s.
It's like Louis CK writes this shit. I could deal with the meme characters in season 1 when they weren't leftist propaganda shit.
leave James Bond to me
Is art house horror supplanting capeshit as the cancer that is killing cinema?
is the black guy a guy or a girl?
not the office guy or the fatty the other one
its like the wire all over again
What would you show to you class /tv/?
Quick, choose your Kaijufu before someone else does
THEY'VE GONE UP THE VENTILATION SHAFT
is this the closest we will ever get to see a miyazaki live-action movie?
Has /tv/ seen this film? What did you think about it?
I thought it was pretty impressive, from a technical point-of-view, and the performances were pretty solid too.
So I'm applaying to film school next year and I want to ask that what kind of people can I expect over there. Is it a place of full of plebs or asshole contrarians?
Yes it is, and you have to suppress your power level a lot. Remember, the "artists" of today are the mainstream, not the other way around. So don't expect them to be interested in truly subversive material within film. Don't expect them to appreciate the skill involved in creating a perfect shot. They're much more interested in posturing socially while using film as their tool to do so. Try and focus on what they teach you and filter out all the shit.
Thanks for the advice. I can't wait hearing shit like this every day.
>playing NES game
>Universal is rebooting the classic monster movies
>Alex Kurtzman in charge
>Creature won't get a reboot movie because he's not as easy to rework as the others
fuck. honestly, throw in some lovecraft origins and have them be an army of these things raiding towns and dragging women back under the sea to their underwater breeding camps
>There are six more Star Wars movies coming out over the next six years, but Disney has no plans to stop there.
>According to a new feature in Wired, Disney and Lucasfilm have decided to put out a new Star Wars movie every year, so long as there's an audience willing to buy tickets. Considering that pre-order tickets for The Force Awakens sold out in minutes, becoming the fastest selling movie of all time, it doesn't look like fan disinterest will be an issue.
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Why have you summoned me, /tv/?
Who would be the winner?
I'm more of a fan Superjail but i do like Rick & Morty. So i vote for the Warden.