Friendly remind you could be watching this instead of shitposting about banalities.
>There are people here who don't think this is the greatest motion picture ever conceived
There's better films visually and the plot is non-existent
Neckbeards and redditors like to hail 2001 because of how the movie was filmed but I prefer to judge pieces of art on the art itself
What's the Dirtiest Job he ever did /tv/?
This girl scares the absolute shit out of me
>just landed a managers gig at subway
Who's laughing now /tv/?
What's this hairstyle called?
Movies that make you legitimately angry?
different kind of anger but still... gets a rise out of me.
Let's play a game.
Run to your House Cup, little man.
If your board creates a meme that can be appreciated by people with no connection to the board- that it is shallow enough to be appreciated by anyone, you will attract meme parasites.
Drive started the engine and Bane drove it to /tv/.
meh it's the one I remember the least. Identity is the best. it has the best director. Chris Cooper was a good tragic antagonist. the love story was fresh and realistic, unlike the shitty Three Days of the Condor love story with Redford. Supremacy was okay but the last car chase was very very poor, a far cry from the amazing chase in Identity. It completely took me out of the movie when I first saw it.
I am beyond hyped for JB though.
I seriously don't understand at least 50% of what she says.
Not that high test memes are that much better, its just that a starving woman is not attractive.
>This is ideal.
Do you know what their mistake is, Ray? They think stealing from me is like taking candy from a baby. They don't think I can defend myself. You know what they don't realize, though, Ray? I can. The candy man can.
Thoughts? I think it's pretty rockin'!
Can you put objective qualities to Television/Film? Can a TVShow/Film be objectively good/bad? If so, how? If not, why?
Some movies are objectively good and some are objectively bad but thanks to the bitch that is subjectivity we get to argue forever instead of just agree on shit.
cute dog btw
Taste is subjective. Quality/craftsmanship are not.
By which I mean an objectively "good" movie might still be divisive. There might be people who dislike it because they strongly disagree with the director's message, or just dislike his aesthetic, things like that.
But when a movie is objectively bad, the director doesn't even communicate his vision clearly enough to be agreed or disagreed with. When a movie is objectively bad, everyone's just laughing at the fundamental failures in writing, performance, craftsmanship