Seriously are we going to have this thread 4.5 times a day, EVERY DAY?
>middle aged pirate
You do the math, why would a creepy old ass man be around kids
>Not being a mexican with big hairy belly and nasty smell
This is the only Blackbeard I accept tbbqh famm
What is the most used meme music in movies?
-It aint me
-Somebody once told me
-Who let the dogs out?
-I'm blue dubbadee dubbada
I know Ride of the Valkyries or Carmina Burana is the most used music in films, but that doesn't count as meme music in my book.
Except film is often compelling because of the presence of music, you retard.
Neither is superior to the other. Both can improve one another (film helps music through music videos; music helps film through scores and soundtracks)
nothing triggers my autism more than inappropriate music in the wrong time period or setting
Good lord, why are complaining about an original version of a song that hasn't been used a million times, also it fits the scene.
The movie is bad anyway.
It would be a great secene with another song. I don't even dislike Nirvana, it just doesn't fit in this scene and this character. That's what makes it more horrible, because it could've been good and it isn't.
You can't hear the rat boy yelling when zoomed out of the ship but you can hear the negro.
The war was lost, the treaty signed
this would have been even more based, just imagine the lost kids throwing coloured shit and the pirates getting shitfaced and jumping around
Weird. At first I said to myself Lance Henrikson aged pretty well. Then he started singing and I realised it's Hugh Jackman because how gay it was made mit skeptical.
Wait.... this is real?
I thought this was a real good dub
>movie is called "PAN"
>Not about the adventure of a little frying pan and her friends
Why does Hollywood always make this shit?
Completely different. It literally starts out with this song. It's a recurring joke. His armor is Nike and they dance to David Bowie later.
It's really good too.
WHAT THE FUCK /tv/
I watched the video 32 times today
started singing along at the 7th
The idea is that the kids in the movie are kidnapped from various different time periods. It's to be assumed Blackbeard was stolen from the 90's, but the movie never confirms it. In fact, this scene isn't referenced again.
So Canada's 2010 is like American 90's?
No shit. Le 90's Kids who aren't old enough to remember Cobain's death romanticizing him and mythologizing him like he's not a talentless hack sellout cracks me the fuck up. I wonder if hippies felt this way when Lennon died.
These aren't /tv/ posters. They are always from /v/, /sp/, /b/, /mlp/ and reddit/twitter
proof is literally right here too >>64555144
oh well whatever...nevermind
Hook was supposed to be a time traveling pirate or something
it was never really explained story wise. the director just wanted some rock knock off to attract the younger audience
IS THIS THE NEW PLANCE SCENE?
BANEPOSTING IS FINISHED
This fucking thread is just one meta shitfest
fuck you stupid niggers
Dont make me do it
>I'LL TRY SPINNING THAT'S A GOOD TRICK
Yeah because dialogues is what makes memes
every fucking time this gets me.
I was there when that album dropped and I knew it was going to change everything.