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>you will never have an immortal slav-fu
btw The Devils was dope
Bridge of Spies next I guess.
Because it was made by a director that has had hard on for monsters/creatures since he was a child?
At least Blade II was.
I have III sitting on my PC, I remember it being hilarious.
tfw still haven't seen lawrence of arabia
The 4k blu-ray is so fucking cheap too
Do Acid feel like Jep from The Great Beauty acting like a know-it-all making witty commentary in his long reviews? that's why that was his las logged film?
We Need To Talk About Kevin got panned hard by Slant and ReverseShot. I liked it.
can't do shit about the image size. sorry.
hello I hope you're having a nice day, with lots of memes
nice. Kieslowski is fucking great. downloaded The New World a couple days ago, guess I better watch it soon.
I have not, nor do I intend to ever do.
Have I taken too much viagre or
WHY IS THIS MOVIE SO FUCKING BLUE
Watched kung fury and it was kinda bad. Next I'm going to watch shitty movies and maybe some Lynch short films.
So recommend me some entry level short films
seul le cinematographe consists of c tier Japanese cinema, wasn't hard. Weeb's are usually delusional (a trait you have definitely proved to be in possession of) so I wont be wasting further energy on your posts.
>using art as a means to cultivate personal image
What do I watch tonight? Room 666 by Wim Wenders or Easy Riders, Raging Bulls by Kenneth Bowser?
if it does happen it won't be a conscious change. you'll just find better / more important things to do with your time and gradually watch less and less films. so don't sweat it.
Pretty much this. Only reason I watch films is because I'm depressed or have nothing to do.
I see people who are genuinely interested keeping this up, people who want to be actors, directors, work in the industry, but I'm highly skeptical of anyone else.
Gonna watch Inside Llewyn Davis tonight, and likely something else.
rate my ratings
>kill bill only up there because I re-rated them all
Wat's up with Spielberg and this overwhelming white lightning every where
>its a night time scene
>imagine there will be no fucking annoying overwhelming white light this time
>He makes the snow work as such
B R A V O
To my cisgender friends, I ask that, even if you would not normally do so, you please read this. This film was made for cisgender people, so I feel it important that I write this for cisgender people. I would not normally watch this movie, but it has been a subject of some discussion on this site in a way that has compelled me to watch it in order to discuss it credibly. I do not imagine what I have to say will be definitive or particularly more substantial than what other trans folks have said, but I have a voice here that some listen to, even if only briefly. I might as well take advantage of that. I know that many of you prefer not to read things about films you haven't seen, so let me say the important things first:
1. Do not watch this film. It is not merely bad, but harmful.
2. If you discuss the film, refer to Lili only as Lili and she/her.
This might help you understand. The whole site is an sjw enclave now. The good guys lost.
>people hated it because they don't realize it's a "tone poem" and Malick is expanding the artform!!
Thanks Eli! We hated it because 1) the execution was lackluster, 2) it wasn't a very good film, and because 3) it's a diluted mishmash of everything else Malick has done, he's a one trick pony and you're a presumptuous effeminate dope
It's funny - I watched it and enjoyed it a lot more than I thought I would but was disappointed by the actual lack of film making going on in it - like I understand that there's the whole Fritz Lang storyline but it was mostly focuses on the writer's dissolving marriage.
I'm looking for films actually based on the act of making a film. But thanks for the suggestion, it's a great film.
Because unfettered leftism spirals into an unending signaling game in which everyone competes to signal who is the most tolerant, and the later stages result in a bunch of effete pajama boys fellating a mentally diseased tranny online
Trying to tell Malickfags their pretentious director is borderline trash is like talking to a wall.
b-b-but you don't get Malick's simplistic messages or in your face directing is their rebuttal every time. they think they're watching something deep and complex.
You're correct but don't get me wrong; the only Malick I actively dislike is ToL because I can't stand his weird Kierkegaard fixation and also due to diminishing returns. He makes the same movie over and over again with different actors in a different place
For what it's worth I enjoyed TRL, Days of Heaven, and TTW. I remember thinking New World was okay on first watch but I suspect that would change on a rewatch. Outside of the HELLA FUCKING EPIC director cameo In pretty indifferent to Badlands, and ToL is torture to sit through
I just find it weird that you can say with confidence that something like Knight of Cups isn't deep or complex.
Are you really so sure you fully understand Malick's intentions? The stuff that's in there is just there for no reason? How can you say that?
I don't 'get' it, I don't personally think it is deep or complex, but I don't consider myself able to write it off completely, do you think you have some kind of deeper level of cinematic understanding that allows you to confidently say what does and does not have deeper meaning?
How cute anti-Malick posters are! They are somehow convinced of possessing taste while rejecting his poetic and heartfelt cinema. I'll save myself for a proper Malick thread, so this time you're gonna be able to save yourselves the embarrassment of another exposing of your fake sensibilities and general cinematic illiteracy.
>find a cool reviewer
>check the picture
>looks like a girl but something is off
>he's a trannyfag
Not that anon but I felt like I had a pretty good grasp of what Malick was doing in KoC, there even seemed to be an India Song vibe to it. I didn't hate it the film, I just felt it could have been executed better and there's still the point that he keeps making variations of the same theme. If he had made KoC three or four films ago I might have really enjoyed it
UNLEASH THE POETRY
I meant to ask this
Is letterboxd a good tracker for tracking movies and series you want to watch and have watched already
A really important feature i find missing from imdb is how it only suggests movies based on what you HAVEN'T seen, as opposed to movies you have seen. You're forced to make a second list of have seen movies, a third for series and a fourth for series you have watched.
Another thing I'd really like to see is the ability to note down which episode(s) i have seen on a series in case i come back to it at a later time
does letterboxd do that?
>it's a "Day of the Rope" guy post
your obsession with social cleansing is pretty freaky. You should probably work on being a normal person. Your family may suspect you're the next Charles Manson.
Malick is safe and canonical as well, and there are Bergman and Ozu films I dislike. I even detailed 3 Malick films I enjoyed, if you think anyone here is picking on Terry you need to cool your jets Tonto
Why is it OK to be racist against whites in Letterboxd?
In nigger racism
>If Leo doesn't win the Oscar, I will be more done than a nigga that skipped day off the field work.
Belezza Man? Not particularly, it's just a film I like a lot and he was a compelling character. Speaking of which, Youth was a disaster and Sorrentino should have stopped while he was ahead
Hateful Eight sucked
How's my movie taste?
It's literally babby's first Agatha Christie. Sally Menke's editing really was QT's saving grace and ever since her death he's been getting more and more indulgent and intolerable which is a shame because a good number of his films are great.
>Inglourious basterds as one of your favorite flick
>whiplash as well, while it was alright but forgettable
>4.5 stars for Sicario
Please tell me you started watching films 3 months ago, otherwise kill yourself.
Because his character build up is referential at best and supposed to be taken for granted.
Because he is basically cawadoody protagonist one man army with edgy lines and GRR so broody attitude.
Kate could've been interesting but writers make her inconsistent, barely flinches at explosion and kill house, flinches when someone shoots a person in firefight in the border, is way too fucking dumb and naive for someone who has dealt with extreme crime
Sick usernames guys
Loved reading each of your blogs
I tip my hat to you reddit
You made this nice little pocket of cancer right in the heart of /tv/
God bless you
Hahaha just kidding kill yourselves
Tab closed ;^)
while we're young annoyed the shit out of me. worse than greenberg.
un homme qui dort might be the best film i have ever seen. not usually hyperbolic and very stingy with my 5 star ratings.
I'm still mad that /tv/ tricked me into watching Bone Tomahawk.
Aside from I Clowns and The Long Voyage Home, is there anything else listed from the 23 to the 30th that I should see?