Tony was a fucking rat.
Based Robert Loggia.
>you will never watch Lost Highway for the first time again
>It's a Homer is a good father episode
When will South Park return to its glory days?
Can we have a "The Shining" thread?
I recently saw
"Room 237" and was pretty blown away at how crazy people have become about this movie.
I always thought it was one of Kubrick's weakest, but upon watching it again a couple of times, I actually really like it. The only thing I never understood was the whole reincarnation thing, both of Jack and Charles/Delbert Grady.
How has he always been there, yet is there again? This is the only mystery I found in the film.
The idea is that something is left behind when something happens, like burnt toast as the literal magic negro explains it. Jack was always a part of the hotel because he would eventually be there, and he would always be a part of the hotel because he was there. He wasn't reincarnated, he was just associated with the hotel throughout time due to his significance to it. At least that's my understanding.
But Kubrick literally said he was reincarnated. I thought the same thing you did at first.
But there are other clues, like when he meets Delbert Grady who has no recollection of being caretaker, and when Wendy is bringing Jack breakfast and he says he felt like he had been there before, like he knew what was around every corner.
What's some good movies about terrorism?
So it's a ripoff of Dancer in the Dark?
Why do we never discuss this GOAT movie?
I thought it was okay but I was incredibly disappointed when I first saw it. Looking at the cast and the minds behind it, I was expecting something truly incredible. It was just mildly entertaining. You want an infinitely more underrated Ridley Scott, look no further than pic related. Nobody gave a shit about it then and now.
AG, yes. Body of Lies is a 4/5 at least. The performance of Mark Strong as the King of Jordan is a masterful thing to see, sort of like Edward Norton's turn as Baldwin in Kingdom of Heaven. The plot itself is also very good, never plodding in its 2 hour runtime. There's also the fact that it's increasingly relevant, whereas AG is very much a nostalgia piece centered around Denzel Washington hamming it up.
What went right?
>It's a Frasier overhears something out of context leading to a misunderstanding episode
ITT: Based christian characters
what are some movies?
The Mummy 4 when?
"That sleep episode was dogshit" edition
I thought this episode would be good, I thought it would be a load of soldiers given meth to stop them falling to sleep and in the process going bat shit. Turned out none of them were sleep deprived at all and the enemy was eye crap.
2/10 with hype.
So ultimately didn't Judge Doom win in the end of this movie? I mean despite all their efforts, his plan still ended up happening. Also, doesn't the fact that we have freeways mean Roger sold them all out in the end, which would make him worse than Doom?