Ask someone who has seen the (almost) final cut of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies anything.
You'll doubt me but screencap this thread.
How silly is Thranduil's moose?
What do you want to see in his spin off movie?
I want him to be portrayed pretty much like Dredd: two-dimensional and ruthless. If we need character development, just get a well-written co-protagonist. Just don't pussify Boba, his death was bad enough.
>Thought Amanda Bynes descent into madness was funny because she's just so zany now
>Listen to these recordings
>Got super sad, she's legitimately lost it and not in a "oh she's just paranoid" but in a "Oh her neurons are just firing randomly now she's barely even human"
>Couldn't even laugh at "You're so gay...
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What's his name again?
Dan "Slip her the pepsi can in the back of the van" Schneider
Any screenwriters here?
I really want to adapt the Elliott Rodger Manifesto into a screenplay but I don't know where to start. The reason I'm interested in doing this is because it's such an interesting story but the parts of it that interest people aren't the things about the story that are actually interesting. Someone is gonna make a movie about him (the story is too good to pass up) but it's either gonna be some sort of bullshit cautionary tale or portray him as a "tragic" character. Nobody is going to focus on how he was born into...
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Try this half-baked approach.
Two approaches for the same idea/concept/theme/situation is pure bullshit fantasy, the other is stark brutal reality.
Elliot meets a girl. First scene, he totally fucks her or kills her with his laser vision. The next scene, the harsh truth.
I told you it's a half-baked approach, didn't I?
Do you want to actually have the shooting in it? Is that your ending?
It could be a twisted coming of age story. But would glorify him too much. Very hard to do a movie on someone like that.
Your main theme would be isolation. Explore what lack of love does to a person. Start from there. Think about the point where Elliot stops being a sympathetic victim and becomes a deranged would-be serial shooter.
200TH EPISODE EDITION!
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So it will most likely turn out like this?
>Azog kills Fili
>Azog kills Kili
>Azog kills Tauriel
>Azog kills Thorin
>Beorn kills Azog
>Legolas kills Bolg
Tell me about your worst theater experience
I took my dad to see Indiana Jones IV
What's your favorite lesser known episode that other people should watch?
Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up? is my favorite episode of all-time and most people have never seen it.
A few other lesser knowns:
>Nervous Man in a Four Dollar Room
>The Howling Man
>The Midnight Sun
>The Last Rites of Jeff Myrtlebank
>Number 12 Looks Just Like You
Those fuckers at StarWars7News think there are only fake leaks in here. Their loss. Have some plot details, like, really detailed details.
>Luke brought a cataclysm to Tatooine soon after Return of the Jedi after he visited Anakin's birthplace and for whatever reasons it's changed him. It's an even more desolate place now, there are meteor craters everywhere, you get the point, at first you won't know that it's even the Tatooine you're looking at.
>Luke goes mad because he discovers he fucking can't control himself. He destroys everything around and kills people with his powers, unconsciously. He leaves his friends and lives in solitude on Mon Cal in a fortress of some fuck old sith lord because the dark side that clouds the place puts him in chains.
>Luke is now a Yoda + Paul Atreides, he fucking sees the future, sees the past (that's why the "flashback" scenes were filmed) and he's basically a mentally unstable god.
>Nobody wants to have anything to do with him, but Han's son (Adam Driver) wants to use Luke's power for his own evil means.
So, last act of the movie (spoiler, but you're going to read it anyway):
>Luke has a premonition about the destruction that Han's kid will bring in the future and decides to kill him.
>Han is obviously mad as fuck at Luke.
>There's a huge fight. It's everyone vs Luke (Luke has his father's red lightsaber here, so it's obviously visually implied that he's the bad guy). This fight is epic as fuck.
>"But Luke isn't the villain! But everybody thinks he is! Oh no, such a twist! Such darkness! It's like ESB all again!"
>Han kills Luke, because Luke allows him to, "he trusts him".
>Everything is fucked as fuck.
I hope you'll be really glad you doubted in 4chan's leaks when you see it all unveil in the cinema dear StarWars7Leaks mates. Have that Viral Hide, ask your friend to confirm this. He will. It's going to be a fun ride.
ITT: scenes that make you cry.
The order I just filed with the pizzeria lists pepperoni, mushroom, cheese, avocado here, but only one bleu
White Bird in the Blizzard
Pretty good, very good, good and decent, respectively. Never really heard anyone here mention them, and I can't imagine they generated much heat. Nice little indie releases, but entertaining.
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>Kat Connors is 17 years old when her perfect homemaker mother, Eve, a beautiful, enigmatic, and haunted woman, disappears - just as Kat is discovering and relishing her newfound sexuality.
Oh fuck off.
It's better than it sounds, I suppose. Very Freudian. Plus it doesn't pull punches when it comes to nudity, sex and swearing. And it has Eva Green in it!
In honour of this thread being started by an Ocker I shall post a little more of the Melbourne Pocket Rocket.