What did you guys think about the newest episode of Nathan for you?
I especially liked the "i love you / again" scene.
DUDE JACK SPARROW IS GAY LMAO
Based Depp BTFO stupid studio owners
Let's say you were to make revisions to the prequels in the same way Lucas did to the originals.
>No changing major plot points
>No removing characters from the film
>Obviously you can alter scenes, but you can't remove them from the film
>You can add new shots here and there
>You can update visual effects where you feel necessary
>You can add sound effects...
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Why did you make another thread spammer?
This looks awesome, anyone else looking forward to Star Trek's return? It's been years already and there hasn't been a new series.
No that's all they've made so far, the problem has been finding someone to fund the rest of it.
Will there ever be comedy as smart as this movie ever again?
Without the edginess, does /tv/ think this movie was decent? I believe the cinematography was amazing.
Is /tv/ hyped to see based Donnie Yen again?
>commits petty thefts
>never kills anyone
>UK's 'most violent'
Seriously Bongs? You're scared of this guy?
I think the pettiness/pointlessness of his actions was part of the whole point. He wasn't ambitious or driven by money, he wasn't even particularly hateful, he was just a violent animal by nature and he didn't want to change
Don't forget "ruined action movie Google searches for all time".
Fuck this limey and his stolen name.
How do you go from this...
Anyone else know some more soul crushing descents into memehood?
What are some /tv/ approved stand ups?
Is he the greatest film soundtrack composer currently working?
>you now remember the ending scene was ruined by Dad-Rock music
What have you watched recently, what will you be watching this weekend?
I'll probably be watching some Jesús Franco over the weekend.
Which ones? I've only seen a couple but really not enjoyed them even though they seem precisely like the sort of thing I would like, found them extremely dull. Admittedly I've not yet seen any of the most acclaimed ones
it´s wonderfull, but the final season is.....bored
>i got my rihanna shoot today!
Why do people hate this movie so much?
I watched it last night and I thought it was pretty neat. People talk like it's on the same level as Batman & Robin or X-Men Origins: Wolverine.
I guess I can understand people being annoyed by the fact that Lex pretty much uses the same plan that he did in the 1978 film, but I actually kind of liked that. He tried the same plan over again, but with a few tweaks to make sure Superman can't stop it like he did last time. That's smart. That's a very "Lex Luthor" thing to do.
What's inherently wrong with baby mama drama?
I didn't notice any bad pacing. Care to give examples?
Visual effects? Really? This wasn't exactly an action movie. It had some minor action in it, but it was more of a drama with Superman in it. Maybe that's what actually pissed everyone off. Maybe they were all hoping it would be mindless action schlock.