If this isn't /k/ the movie, I don't know what is
>slightly autistic lone assassin
>contract hitman in NYC
>tons of gun porn (rifles and handguns and suppressors and grenades)
>corrupt government agent is the villain
>huge shootout scenes with police getting rekt
>explosions and people getting their shit ruined
>delicious Natalolie Portman drives the plot
Why haven't you watched this masterpiece yet /k/?
My fucking dick
>that moment when his hand comes down and shuts the door behind them
I had a perfect webm for this thread but now I can't find it, and I'm too lazy to recreate it.
It started at 0:21 and went to the end of this video:
Good. Now it's time to read something.
If you liked Leon there's a good chance you'll like Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai. I watched it a couple of years ago and I really liked it.
A movie that i'd like to recommend is Dear Wendy, a great movie about autists fetishising guns.
das it mane
It would have been better without it is all, that and all the yelling. The constant yelling of profanity was not enjoyably watched. I get it, they're trashy people but realizing that she was trashy and jet little brother would have grown up to be just like his profanity yelling father does not a better movie make. You wouldn't have that unpleasantness from John Wayne or Travis Haley. Leon didn't cuss because he was the good guy but I didn't need to be exposed to it at all
>I didn't need to be exposed to it
where do you think we are?
>fictional movie character deaths upset me
are you literally a twelve year old girl?
>profanity and such makes me uncomfortable because I'm so out of touch with reality anything resembling it scares me
John Wayne's movies are fucking boring because they're sanitary piles of shit. Clint Eastwood's westerns and just about anything else are far superior.
Saving a child from both her shitty life with her loser parents, and her future of killing people that she wanted
>>muh lack of gun knowledge
Doesn't imply anything in the movie about guns really as far as I remember
>>muh "hero because he kills police officers just trying to do their job"
it's called an anti-hero, not everyone has to be 100% righteous
an interesting story is edgy now?
Talking about a young girl trying to understand her sexuality too serious for you senpai?
0/10 I think you should go back to Transformers.
>watching it with wife slightly buzzed, say out loud I'd bone loli Natalie
>our collective reactions
Nikita is also quite nice : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hxg_DjlkaMA
The fat guy from Blue Ruin is a confirmed /k/unt. Trigger discipline, proper terminology, hoards guns, "QCB" mentioned like 4 times, overweight neckbeard, and generally a nice guy who waits to his buddy has a gun to his head to cap the attacker so it's "legal".
"The Quick and the Dead" 1995
So cheezy, so fun.
all was well until the ultradramatic backflip of the main villain at the end. if you get a weird itch while watching the movie, know it was directed by a woman. actually, the woman playing the heroine
I did get a little choked up at that.
mostly because in the weeks prior I had watched all of his westerns and several of his other movies and was expecting him to kick some ass, save the day, and deliver some quotable one liner.
kind of the opposite experience to reading several Okamoto Lynn manga then reading the Allumage oneshot.
I really can't be arsed to play RB6 Siege. The game has no doors.
Yes, a room clearing/cqb game with no - fucking - hold the press - doors.
>there was supposed to be a scene where Leon walks in on Matilda in the shower but Portman's parents demanded it be cut
>not understanding what trigger discipline even is