wtf i like refn now
Who had the best live-action adaption of Lara Croft?
do you think BrainDead will be cancelled?
will she quit acting, and maybe just do MEWsic with Dan the Automator?
considering all the HAPPENINGS in the world, will WW3 follow?
I've never heard this Braindead show mentioned anywhere outside /tv/. Not having seen it, I can't speak to whether it's a good show or not, but lack of adverstising tends to kill more shows than the quality of the show itself.
Despite the recent flop the sequel was, this movie wasn't actually that bad.
It had a few cool moments with some nice action. Some incredibly cool flight-shots and a half-decent cast.
Does /tv/ agree?
Isn't it? I don't know why they felt the need to make BvS instead of MoS2.
Honestly even in BvS the best part of it was Superman.
Not Ben Affleck trying his hardest to ruin Batman.
Who will play him in the inevitable biopic?
What the fuck was his problem?
He's more sympathetic than current Daenerys. Prove me wrong. Protip:
I saw it this morning, after months of hype and argument.
I came out of it moderately pleased; I wasn't going to get the old Ghostbusters and that was okay, and I was fine with a lot of the new stuff they brought to the table.
However, as the day's gone on, and I keep remembering all the good bits from the original (like 99% of the film), I start to wonder: Did the filmmakers even fucking watch the original?
I mean, you look at all the BTS interviews, all of them are saying they have a deep love for the original movie and just want to update it. However, the new film seems to fundamentally misunderstand why the original film works, and why it's lasted for so long while other movies fade into obscurity.
Ghostbusters thrives on the chemistry of it's characters, and the development of the characters themselves. We get the sense that all three of the original team have been friends for years, but the movie doesn't feel the need to explicitly say that to us. Likewise, how it handled the religious implications of ghosts was pretty simple: They are literally undead souls, being brought back to life by a God. No extreme technobabble on the part of the villain, no science-y opening of portals to other dimensions, just Gozer walkin' into town and fuckin' shit up.
New film doesn't have too much chemistry between them all. They just sort of...move. No burial of hatchets, no deepseated rivalries, no history. Their ghosts, for lack of a better term, simply aren't there.
The villain is absolute shit in this, but he had some fuckin' potential if they had given him a motivation beyond "Was Bullied".
I have more, but that's just where I'm at right now.
>BRUV SEX LMAO
How can anyone even stomach this shit?
Because it is a show for everyone. Normies can relate to Simon. Nerds can relate to Brief Case Wanker. And Popular normies get a kick out of people failing at life, so it is a hit with them.
>implying there is anything wrong with crude humor
>start watching inbetweeners
>everyone keeps nonstop roasting simon's qt 3.14 fiat
What the fuck was everyone's problem with it? It looks cozy as fuck.
2016 is almost over so what has been your MOTY?
Pic related for me.
What's the point in even bothering with higher bitrate encodes if they look the same as god tier YIFY?
Aspiring director here where in LA should I move? what neigh is the best? ty
Who will play you in your inevitable biopic?
how do i write like him?
Is this the most harrowing ending to a movie ever?
Probably, indeed. I'm as far from sjws as they come, but this is one of the few, very few films I consider morally wrong, anti-humanist and done with stupid, if not bad, intent. The whole thing is very disturbing and bothersome, but the ending is outrageous in the leap it does and the betraying of the audience's trust it executes. I'm sure that many people don't have the same strong reaction I have, but I see that as simply not thinking about what the film actually does. 1/10 vile garbage