Is there a single movie everyone on /tv/ likes?
who needs fresh dank memes when you can go old school, fellow fa/tv/irgin
>All of /tv/ likes my favorite horror movie.
New to this board and loving it just cause of that.
I've also seen lots of Star Wars threads, what's everybody's favorite from that. I'd say Empire is the best, but Return of The Jedi is a close second.
All true /tv/-men like Avatar
a dull, slow-moving "epic" written solely because a man was so autistic that he "invented" what he thought elves sounded like, while telling you how great all of europe was and how subhuman the turks were (he was a prototype of modern white nationalists, just look at what stormfront thinks of him)
the dialogue was contrived and largely unmemorable (I. AM. ACTING. IN. A. SCENE. LISTEN TO ME), the scenes were so slow and so long, the musical score was only good because people told you it was good
there is no good reason to know what an orc is, The only reason you remember is because "zomg im such a nerd" people keep reminding you through artificial post-humous hype
it's only "epic" in the way that the epics of the 50s were "epic" : there was nothing else good on. Their memorability relied on scarcity.
In the same way that nobody nowadays gives a shit about Ben Hur, nobody will care about Lord Of The Rings in the future.
Nope. Kid's film with a manipulative ending aimed at the emotionally weak and immature. Reddit in the most modern sense.
I've never seen anyone hate Robocop either. I can't think of any meme complaints
Ghost In The Shell
Fellowship of the Ring
Wrath of Khan
A New Hope
Empire Strikes Back
The Fifth Element
The Big Blue
Raiders of the Lost Arc
City of God
Mad Max 2
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
You just fucking stated the point yourself
Lol yeah.. there were a lot of plot holes with the movie.. and just some straight up dumb shit. There was no reason for asian bot to suddenly randomly decide to kill him, after having unlimited easier chances. And the main robot.. cant even remmber her name... was a total cunt. Goes and steals her predecessors skin like nothing, complete psychopath.
Superman: The Movie
Big Trouble In Little China
Escape From NY
28 Days Later
and 10 more and then ill seriously stop
World On A Wire
Edge of Tomorrow
The Adjustment Bureau
The Usual Suspects
Silence of the Lambs
Children of Men
This question has been posited several times before. I believe the correct answers are The Thing, Repo Man, or the original Mad Max. All other answers are up for debate.
I personally believe Total Recall is good enough.
I don't know if everybody likes it, but never seen someone dislike it.
Only argument in threads about it is who was best.
>Clusterfuck opening in the original version
>Every second that Jabba is onscreen
>Luke at his most competent, basically a full fledged Jedi.
>based Lando flying inside the death star to blow it up
>every second The Emperor is onscreen
>That last lightsaber battle
>feelgood ending for everyone
I hear they first intended for wookies instead of Ewoks. If they'd done just that, It'd be near perfect.
Book fags ruin threads about it.
I just don't get how there's roving motorcycle gangs, while old people drive around in RVs and there's ice cream stands at the beach.
Look at New Orleans after Katrina. When civilization collapses, it's gone. There's no steady decline, order ends, and you stay inside unless your committing a crime.