Akira, the manga too
girl interrupted, neurodivergent chic
I agree. Also Tarantino is fucking the costume designer for that movie.
>No Spike Jonze
Valid points, but, like the brother, I'd still pick the Eldest.
God smag brormand, var lige ved selv at poste dem.
I think it was a great way they tried to make everything look futuristic, for example with the use of high waisted trousers, warm colors and stuff like "no belts".
Definitely gave the movie a great atmosphere
Trainspotting is definitely to blame for thousands of misguided buzzcuts around the world...
It's like the guy equivalent of all those women getting Winona Ryder pixies in the late 90s.
why not? I didn't find it too bad.
I'd like to hear your analysis on why it personally affected you so much. I could connect with the characters greatly, but it never hit home on a real personal scale.
First thing's first, OP started off this thread terribly by posting a film. Second of all, you guys:
All posted flicks
Stay on topic
I've seen both multiple times and saw the original first and i vastly prefer the american one. It's much better acted and the camera work is superior. Other than that they are identical
The opposite opinion to my housemate, but he might just be trying to be /fa/. I'll give it a go in a few days.
>they only remade it because the public wouldn't watch a foreign film
My housemates reply - "Yeah well 4chan is full of autismos. There's no way the American version is better acted unless your more inclined to the Hollywood kind of style and the camera work/filming is exactly the same apart from one shot"
Its subjective, but I thought the rebels looked pretty cool in their gear.
I wouldn't even say it's hollywood style acting, the characters just feel much more alive and intense in the american one
also i would disagree on the filming, look at this and compare how the kitchens are framed differently and how the colour spectrum is much more dramatic in the american one, it's more apparent in other shots of the film, tell him he is the biggest autismo for being a contrarian and that the remote scene fit perfectly into the film
This movie is my lifestyle goal. I have modeled my personality around Michael Pitt's character.
You seem jaded and disgusted
by the emptiness of existence.
Leviathan was pretty good
using funny games as my guide has improved my life, as well as my hands.
literally just him but that's all the 3 movies are about anyways
You should watch this
We don't read and write poetry because it's cute; we read and write poetry because we are members of the human race. And the human race is filled with passion.
Medicine, law, business, engineering, these are all noble pursuits, and necessary to sustain life. But poetry, beauty, romance, love; these are what we stay alive *for.*
The most /fa/ trait is free thinking. Their clothes aren't too bad either.
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