Are there any movies with this aesthetic? Hell is severely underused in film
>implying you aren't excited for the starkino
>I AM COUNT HING-O-NIT
What did he mean by this?
So... that sucked. Just watched the whole thing, quietly hoping it to become good. From episode 1 I thought: well that guy is part of his imagination. Lo and behold. Then we have American Psycho ripoff, some Memento-ish plotlines, and a whole bunch of cewl hacker scenes that I didn't give a shit about. After looking at the Anonymous-like revolution I wondered if I was supposed to feel scared/empowered by it? Is this show meant for teenagers?
Man you really changed my mind, I feel bad for liking this series now. And I had thought it was an entertaining quality blend (with homage) of the things you mentioned.
Mister OP, what do you consider good and worth attention? Other that your incendiary hypberbolized opinion?
>He doesn't watch The Americans
I keep seeing positive reviews. And not from paid shills either...from guys doing this shit for free.
Were we wrong?
>I had a blast at Ghostbusters. There was a little bit of a pacing drag at around the midpoint, and a few of the jokes didn’t fire for me, but in most places the film was kind of perfect.
>kind of perfect
>is a board full of pedophilic manchildren that do nothing but "fight" the board moderators by spamming cunny and other off topic braindead memes all day wrong about film making
hmm, nope, that's not possible
Find a flaw.
whats his best Kino
ITT: Overlooked Kino.
This movie could have been really good if it was finished, but unfortunately the studio released a half finished product hence why the end battle is so short, the CGI needed improving.
This B Roll footage showed the extra scenes that the studio cut out which made Trank really angry:
I loved the design of Dr Doom. He looked really menacing during that hallway scene.
Would you watch an Alien/Aliens reboot with Emily Blunt as Ripley?
No because she's been in action films so I'd be expecting her to become badass whereas weaver was unknown making her development from a scared survivor to someone willing to risk everything to fight more surprising.
That movie was bad and an even worse adaption of the novel. It's like they didn't even read it at all!
I remember when I first saw cruise in the cosplay tier exoskeleton, I knew it was over.
ITT: movies men will never understand
correct. these "men" didnt understand Ghostbusters at all.
Why is nobody talking about this? Holy shit he was a legend for fuck sakes.
B-But he said nothing is Impossible
He's probably just really drunk or hungover dude, leave him alone
Even blackpilled alpha-omegas get tired sometimes
He's just sad that he's getting deployed to Afghanistan again and that he wont be seeing his gf for the next 22 months
>I have $25 Million in the bank and can do what the fuck I want all day every day!! why is life so unfair?!?!
Wow this is one of the best visual looking films I have seen recently. All the CGI is top notch and does not look fake in the slightest, the way they designed all the wreckage in those wide shots.
Think this movie was underappreciated, the music, photography, set the mood and setting perfectly. Story was good, nothing exceptional but interesting and fun. Tom Cruise is my Sci-Fi husbando
>Jacks son "died"
>Daniels last name is "Jackson" (the son of Jack)
>Daniel and Jacks son never seen together
>It's an assistant director Skinner wrecking shit episode.