Why do people cherish this movie so much?
Predict the RT score
what does /tv/ think of Guillermo Del Toro's Crimson Peak?
Thoughts on this flick?
Explain this "El Justo" shit that's been going on?
Is it just Lou stalking some brownies on instagram and getting triggered over the word just or is everybody here doing it?
What went wrong?
ITT great movies with shit endings
any other late night/pacific time bros bout to catch the premiere of season 4? im hype af
Would this kickass fact have improved the movie?
child stars who became JUST
"With this new era of 007 we wanted to make diversity a central issue -- we want everyone to feel a sense of inclusion when watching Britain's favorite spy take on these new challenges. It's the current year and we have to ask ourselves -- do we really need our hero to be yet another straight, white male? With that being said, we think we have made the correct choice in casting Leslie Jones as our new James Bond! Congratulations Leslie!"
who has better taste me or my old man
Did you ever hear the tragedy of Darth Bane the Big?
Just saw Akira \tv\ and honestly I find it really confounding. I'm not deeply entrenched or knowledgeable in japculture or anime for that matter, but there are a lot of concepts I'd like to seriously discuss about this film.
Most spot on is probably the amount of symbolism this movie has; can't seem to decipher it. There's so much detail in the aesthetic and background but there's also so much to be understood from the dialogues and actions within the movie.
Thoughts and opinions?
Tetsuo's mutation is a giant boner. It's about adolescence. Not even memeing, what's the first thing his horrific growths attack? His girlfriend.
It's about humanity's adolescence told from the point of view of a bunch of adolescents. As Tetsuo's coming to grips with explosive new power he has no idea how to handle humanity's wondering how the fuck we're supposed to deal with nukes, globalization, international and internal...
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