Is this Brendan's comeback?
10/10. Way better than Inside Out. Disney has officially overtaken Pixar.
Previously on /tv/...
It's a dog eat dog world
and I'm the fucking chinaman
the extended editions are fucking terrible
full of useless scenes that deserved to be cut
Bit late to the party, but what did everyone think of this?
Just got back from it. Went with my girlfriend, she had no idea what was going on. I've played the games and understood a bit more, but it still felt like a bit of a rushed clusterfuck. Felt like there was way too much crammed into a (ironically) hugely simple story. A lot of fat could've been trimmed. You could argue that they wanted to be as true as possible to the games but there were several other inconsistencies so I reckon some more liberty could've been taken.
Music was awesome (loved...
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Its a very fanservicey movie. I got all the references but when i walked out of the theatre i overheard normies saying they didnt get some things. I thought it was about as good of a movie we we're gonna get but man it could have been so much more. It felt like they were stuck between making it accessible for a wide audience and staying true to the original story but it fails at both. It should have just gone for one or the other.
I liked spoiler:
The guardian's plot twist: I didn't see it coming and thought it was the other mage who was being rused
The MC orc vs the villain orc battle was great too
But the special effects were shit, the human main character one of the most unlikeable I've ever seen
All the human scenes were shit aswell and rushed in the first part, I didn't have any idea what was going on aswell
That movie would have been much better if it only focused on the orcs
What is the best Ghibli film?
Shit about reboots aside, didn't Ray actually do the best thing by accidentally thinking of the Stay Puft Marshmellow Man for Gozer's form?
I mean it certainly was a local threat but how in the hell is a giant Marshmellow man supposed to destroy the world?
>how in the hell is a giant Marshmellow man supposed to destroy the world?
Slowly but surely.
He was invincible to anything except crossing the beams. Nothing would have stopped him. Nothing. Not nuclear bombs, not the army, he would have walk the bottom of the ocean to go destroy other continents, etc.
He was a fucking god.
My name is Buck and I'm here to:
A) Discuss politics
B) Empower you
D) Change the sheets
E) All of the above
Which one was it?
Why did Emily Blunt's character let the Mexican guy get away with it when she was an assassin? Isn't that what sicario means? I thought she was hired to keep an eye on those soldier guys. Or is that a setup for the sequel? That's sweet
Hey guys, i can't stop missing her, i can't stand it anymore. I need some movies that could help me go through all of this, any suggestion?
Any hype for American Gods?
Uh no, shitlord. That's Al Pacino.
Let's make a poll of /tv/'s favorite directors
The rules are as follows
You name your favorite directors in no particular order, any amount but no more than 5
Each mentioning means 1 vote for that director
After the thread gets archived I'll perform calculations and will post the result in a new thread
I just got this movie on bluray and apparently a lot of people here on /tv/ love this film.
What am I in for?
Wait a minute...
Do they have restaurants in Mordor??
Why is he always looking over there?