>movie set in the middle ages
>the sky is gray, the air seems poluted and the grass is brown
I'm sick and tired of this
>monster/robot/whatever can basically kill anyone by punching them
>throws them to saftey
>character gets on a cart
>wheels are just big wooden disks with no spokes
>everyone is dressed in brown and grey
>silent post-apocalyptic space opera
>flickers back and forth between live action and animated every 5 frames
>it's a comedy
It happens whenever the movie takes place in England, France, Italy or Spain, only that it's the european middle ages
Even then, it's not that the skies are cloudy or there is some mist in the air, the movies portray the landscape as dark and gloomy, also the grass not being green is inexcusable
>the prototype is more powerful and less vulnerable than the finished model
>Its locked away doing nothing in a high security lab because a pilot or user died using it
m8 here's a view from my window from like a month ago
Notice how fucking bright it is outside
What, so a couple of million people at most, burning wood cut from forests which cover two thirds of the countryside. In what world is this comparable to 60 million people burning North Sea gas, Saudi oil and Chinese coal, and where forests cover practically none of the country outside of a few isolated examples?
>no one cares about watering their lawn
>the lands needs to be watered by humans to have green grass
tell me you are pretending to be retarded, for once I'll find it better than you actually being this retarded
>everyone's wearing white robes
>except the non-romans, who only wear fur
>movie set in middle ages
>cooch doesn't smell like dead rat feces.
I like it when Lindybeige does videos on movies set in medieval times/places.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m0zYZhJXELQ (four or five part series)
But haven't you heard?
In the middle ages people weren't as intelligent as we are today, they used to rub poop on their faces and there was no sun.
Also, everyone thought the world was flat!
>invading norsemen are portrayed as dirty barbarians
>movie or tv show in historical setting
>mention famous person
>say how they're never going to accomplish anything/ "it will never catch on" so the audience can giggle and feel proud they know who Picasso is
>"england is gray and gloomy"
>"no it isn't, look at the pictures of the landscape"
>"then look at the satellite images"
>the topic changes to "england isn't green" to "England wasn't green during the middle ages
but can you admit that england weather isn't the excuse for landscapes looking polluted and gray
Yeah, too many people believe that because we have some records saying that people didn't bathe regularly they didn't wash at all. Niggas washed all the time, they just didn't go through the trouble of doing the whole bath thing. You took a pitcher of water and washed with a cloth.
It's even worse when people read a piece that says that the person had their christmas-bath or something, and then they infer from that that they never had non-christmas baths, when all it really means is that it's an extra-thorough one with plenty of hot water etc.
Yesterday there were some people on /a/ saying that medieval people didn't understand how to fight, and just ineffectually waved their weapons around until someone died. Because they were stupid or something.
>there are people who unironically believe this
Nigga they're the only guys during that period who had a day of the week named "washing-day", and they were known for being faggy and combing/styling their beards and braiding their hair etc. etc.
Norsemen were faggy as fuck compared to the people they raped and pillaged.
That's actually realistic though. Ever heard of capitalism?
>mass produced models are all shit
>could have been so much better if they put the effort into it that they did with the original
>implying this happened anywhere except Titanic
Any other case I can think of is about things where people actually did think it wasn't going to catch on, like electrical gadgets, cars and women voting.
/a/ also believes little girls can transform into fighter aircraft, tanks and other kind of military vehicle you can think of. They are not to be trusted.
No, it's poking fun at them speaking olde timy english, while both being French, while one guy is called English.
>mfw a historical court story actually shows that the court-people have a different language than the peasants
>movie set in pre-19th century Ireland
>nobody is dressed like an idiot
>everyone is speaking English
I love Barry Lyndon but they really dropped the ball with that aspect of it. The novel had a couple of lines that implied that the Irish characters were speaking Irish and it was being translated for the reader's benefit but in the movie he might as well be English
Discrediting the past makes us feel better about ourselves.
In the middle ages everyone starved all the time, everyone died at 25, everyone lost their teeth before their 10th birthday, everyone was hunchbacked, it rained all the time, grass didn't exist and it there were just endless fields of mud, the only garments that existed were tattered grey tunics, everyone always had dirty faces, and everyone was suffering from a dozen different diseases.
>strong female lead suddenly gains power by closing her eyes
>beats an expert who trained for years
Force heal isn't even canon any more
My understanding is that Lightning can only be used to harm, and is thus used solely by the dark jedi, while force heal could be used by said dark jedi if it suits them
>movie is set in middle ages or fantasy realm
>chemtrails everywhere in the sky
>make old footage look far worse than it originally was in order to get people to by bluray
I have no words for this bullshit.
force heal is limited to the self restoring ability of the person
regardless, such thing is mentioned in additional material, or have you forgotten about the scale of canonical in the star wars material?
in any case, kaylo ren was severely injured when he fought the girl
>all these people with little brains and no way to understand the funnah
The angle of the sun in both of those images are opposite of each other. Hence the crappy darkness of the one in the film where you only see the shadow side of everything and the brightness of the photo where you see all the sunny side of things.
>everyone is dirty, sick, lives in mud, black faces from the muck, everyone only lives til 30 and are constantly beaten by the guards
I don't see any sun in the first picture, but just look at this vid
Even the middle of the desert is dim and gloomy, like they forgot to turn up the brightness when they were filming
my view is way more wide and far but i would rather see 2 majestic buildings than 999999 wooden houses
im actually jelly. dont let these burgers living in fema camps tell you otherwise
>those shitty PS3-era graphics
jesus that's fucking trash
>there is no king
are you fucking retarded?
>against a guy trained with a shield and axe or spear
Unless you bring a gun into the equation, or the modern stuff includes training with shields and shit, I don't think it'll matter what training you have. Because you haven't trained to be good at fighting guys with a shield, whereas the shield guy has trained to fight people without ones.
the assumption that everyone prior to 400-500 years ago believed/assumed the world was flat is completely false. they've known it was round for thousands of years. the myth that they didn't only emerged ~200yrs ago
I know. wasn't calling him out, jsut pointing out something that many people are not aware of
the 'everyone died at 20' assumption is also completely untrue, but most are not aware
>directors are supposed to be omnipotent beings to control the weather so a shutin autist on a taiwanese beetle weaving forum doesn't throw a fit
Or would you prefer all movies to be shot inside a studio instead of on location?
but EVERYBODY dresses in brown. Only king is colorfull. All the nobles are in black and white or in other dark end edgy clothes. In reality colors and white was major thing. Only the poorest pesants would not wear color if they go out to the market or church. Fuck hollywood.
No one can actually be this retarded
Actually, certain dyes were common as hell. It was only certain dyes that were super fucking expensive, like Purple.
In fact, everybody was quite colorful, wearing clothes in prime colors like yellow and red and green and shit.
But that wouldn't look gritty enough for dummies, I guess.
>not seing this is a comedy
Purple is associated with royalty a bit because it was expensive, but mostly because queen elizabeth made it so that only the royal family were allowed to wear purple. If she hadn't done that then the association would have been with richfags and not exclusively with royalty.
>booo it isn't a real horse!!!! boooo hisssss!!!
It is likE you expect reality when you are entertained. How about all you faggots ITT GO OUTISDE.