Which is the best Godzilla movie?
The upcoming one if all other monsters congratulate to Godzilla at the end.
This was god damned good. The soundtrack and the photography were on point. Seth Rogen actually tried acting for a change and for the most part it worked. I can't believe I didn't give this a chance because it looked like that Paul Blart shit.
This could have been the start of a better trend of comedies, something darker and closer to home, the kind of film you truly see yourself in, but instead we got shit like Neighbours and Sausage Party.
is this good ? there's Grillo in it so I might check it out
are Frank Grillo fanboys the most underexposed insufferable faggots on this board? You don't see them quite as often as Bruce Campbell or Ryan Gosling fanboys but when they show up, you know it.
>We have to save your brother
>lol who's Rickon
Would a film adaptation of this work? How would it be?
I'm going to pretend this was the first reply because yeah you got it
Are you fucking kidding?
What's your favorite thing to watch while driving? I like The Simpsons.
Alien > Predator >= Aliens > Prometheus >= Predator 2 > AVP1 > Aliens 3 >= AVP2 >= Alien Resurrection...power gap > Predators
How accurate is this scale?
So Jaime kills the Mad King who wanted to burn his own city to the ground, and gets humiliated for the rest of his life for it. So how come this faggot gets a pass after nonchalantly admitting to do the same?
>kills his father
>kills a daughter of the freys
>hmmm why don't the freys support me anymore?
What does /tv/ think of this movie?
itt: great comedy kino
What happened to her career /tv/?
She was being touted as Britain's next great actress after Downton Abbey, but for some reason she's now being cast in budget movies/tv show.
What's holding her back? She has the looks and talent, but there must be a reason producers are being prejudiced against her?
Press F to pay respects
The age of good tv is dead.
>Movie makes 380 million world wide
>sequel is not currently guaranteed according to Duncan Jones
>But it's "on the way, and doing good
> he is "desperate to do Taurens" if given a shot at a sequel.
Other movies have made less and still gotten sequels. Hollywood and its capeshit bias.
Thoughts on this film?
One of my favorites, but I bet it's too "reddit" or something.
it's not "too reddit" it's just really shitty full of some of the most overwritten and insufferable dialogue in film. the worst part is I could really see myself enjoying it if I was 15 years old and thought cursewords were funny. It's very similar to Boondock Saintsm and not in a good way.