Why didn't they just leave this alone?
>Box office: $775.7 million
>Box office: $484.7 million
What did audiences mean by this?
Episode 8, you remember the scene -
Qyburn: Your Grace... That old rumor you told me about... My little birds investigated.
Cersei: And? Was it just a rumor or something more?
Qyburn: More. Much more.
I don't mean to sound like a meme. I honestly want to know, what did he mean by this? What rumor? What is "much more"?
Who else is going to see Ghostbusters to try and get pussy?
What is the best Tarantino Film?
What's next for her career?
Are there any NON-shit fable movies? Or is it a dead genre by this point?
If you're talking about the recent Hollywood Disney movies, both Jungle Book and Cinderella were good. But there's been a fuck load of good fable movies historically.
Yeah I'm talking about the modern retellings, forgot to mention that. Jungle Book didn't interest me from the promo material but I might see it when it's out on Blu-ray.
How the fuck is this the first time I'm hearing about this movie?
boy am I glad I saw that shit in 3D. I would have walked out after 30 mins otherwise. 3D made it look fucking UNREAL.
What was Zod thinking in this moment?
pick what i watch please.
Been going through some of Matt Zoller Seitz essays.
Former People have a few film podcasts. They tend to talk about aesthetics more broadly, it's usually a fairly eclectic discussion, if not a bit name droppy at times.
What was his motivation for being evil?
>going to watch a night film at the theatre alone
>ticket lady jokingly asks where's my lovely date
>A boy falls in love with a girl.
>Unable to confess, he is gifted by a deus ex machina with the girl's phone number.
Why didn't he just run sideways or in any unpredictable way?
Fucking faggot, I'm glad he's dead.
The kid is meant to be like 10. Fucker was already a dumb shit being a furry with Shaggydog in the forest and was raised for 2/5ths of his life by a wildling. Can't blame the poor kid for not knowing how to properly avoid arrow fire.
What is the most epic film you've ever seen?