What's some good modern horror movies that doesn't rely too much on cheap jumpscares?
>Watch the first season of The Wire
>Love every episode
>Look up the creator David Simon
>Turns out he's a huge SJW muh privilege libtard
Haven't dropped a show faster than that
Guys, I just realized. When they're talking about chess, they're actually talking about real life! It's like a metaphor! Holy shit. Is this show clever or what? I'm not even sure if I can look at at that scene the same way again knowing that it's all symbolism.
I know this is pasta but the metaphor is meant to be clumsy. He's a gangbanger, a pawn in a larger game, with no education on the road to fucking nowhere, but it's still meant to show he's more thoughtful and self-aware than the rest of them even if he struggles to articulate it.
Just because the writers create a stupid character does not mean they themselves are stupid.
Is this show any good? Saw it on Netflix and thought it was the original 90's animated series and it's not. Never heard of this one.
I don't get it.
How did the Simpsons get a way with such a gigantic legion of side characters?
I can't think of a single other franchise - movie or TV - that has such a seizmic list of iconic characters
RIP balding actor who got crushed by his own car and mailbox.
Listen up cracka, Green Room is by far the best movie that humanity has managed to create. The cinematography, screenwriting, acting, directing, custome design, the locations and the production make it a unique and unremarkable movie that people centuries ahead of us will still watch and appreciate. Now go back and shitpost your little capeshit threads and GoT generals, and let the grown ups talk about real kinotography.
Is /tv/ ready for two new Matrix sequels in 3D?
This is the article, so you don't have to click:
>Keanu Reeves has revealed that plans are underway for two more sequels to The Matrix.
>The actor, who appears as lead character Neo in the first three movies in the franchise, told Worstpreviews.com that he and the writers of the sci-fi franchise, Andy and Larry Wachowski, have discussed the possibility of shooting the two new sequels in 3D.
>It is believed the Wachowskis are seeking 3D filmmaking advice from Avatar creator...
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Bit late on this, but I just finished watching this; what did all of you think about it?
Personally, I thought it was pretty unrefined, at least in terms of the CGI, some of the fight scenes were unsatisfying to watch and the music was often out of place.
Other than that, I'd say it had its special kind of charm along with having a shitload of tongue-in-cheek humor that at least got me through the whole movie.
Is this the peak of kinotography ?
Idk, the third act of the film feels off. I don't remember the whole film very well but I remember that I was disappointed with the ending.
It is definitely on my re-watch list this summer.
Just getting into this guy, I know really late to the party. What are the 10/10s and 9/10s of his filmography? According to the 10001 Movies To See Before You Die book there are at least 15 worthy of viewing.
Just watch alfred hitchcock presents. There are a fuck ton of episodes from over the years.
Every 30 minute episode is like a well directed and writen movie. He put a lot of effort in to them
Why was this movie so awful, /tv/? Nobody had any character what so ever. I don't even know what Lupita Nyongo's character's name was nor can I remember anything interested she or Solomon ever said. The way this movie demonstrates time was just awful, too. 12 years felt like a few months with this pacing. Why did Benedict Cumberbatch randomly disappear, too? So much of this movie made no sense and only won awards simply because white guilt. Only highlight of this film was Lupita's thicc ass.
Anyone watching Scream? it's kinda shit but jesus i have so much fun watching
Who do you fags think is the new killer?
>LICK ME LICK ME
what did she mean by this?
What are some good movies about drugs
What did I just watch?