>Keanu Reeves is sick during filming and throwing up in between takes
>whisper to 1st AD "Guess he shoulda taken the blue pill huh?"
>1st AD is drinking a coke and spits it out laughing
>director overheard and everybody started busting out laughing and have to stop the take
That was a good production
>girlfriends kid is turning 5 so she made him a death star pinata for his birthday party
>as he strikes it bohemiam rhapsody starts playing
>say with tears in my eyes 'great shot kid that was one in a million'
So, whats this movies message?
>CGI from 1993 is still the best we have ever seen
Because that shot barely has any CGI. It's just the legs.
The scene looks good only because of the lighting covering up the 90s CGI.
Compare it to the dinosaurs chasing them in the field and you will find that the CGI is not that great in broad daylight.
>"Finally... after all these years... I have become Sully."
Walked out of my house at this part.
>make dream sequences only to include cool shit in the trailer
>they didn't include the scene were Sully shoots a man then throws him out of the plane
What the fuck!?
The fact the industry supports a film about "Fish Smelling Vaginas" sickens me. Let's band together and stop this thing from releasing!
Sluts, whores, party girls, women who have had sex with more than one(1) man and the like. It's what I'm afraid my imouto will become once she hits puberty, wich is why I'm giving her a 3ds in the hopes that she becomes an autistic shut in like me.
she was so cute in S1 what the FUCK happened?
Is there a single good film adaptation of one of his works?
I understand that it's a bit difficult to show something onscreen that has "impossible geometry" or "can't be comprehended by human minds," but why do they just rip off the most basic shit from him instead of going all on and reproducing what he made.
The Dunwich Horror, Shadow over Innsmouth, and The Temple would make great movies.
Don't say Reanimator.
This is the truth why we will never have a movie based on Lovecraft
Lovecraft was a white loser writer who wrote for low-quality magazines.
Nothing he wrote can be compared to works by modern authors.
The only fans of this mediocre are edgy and lonely semi-illiterate boys and racist right-wingers.
> He was a beta that in the whole life only managed to have sex with a woman, for pity.
> He was an affected racist, his hatred of minorities was a shame even at that time
> He was totally devoid of talent,skill and experience, his works were limited to a few pages without a deep narrative and really complex characters, all of them imitations of himself, an incapable, boring and pathetic white male
> It was too anglo, all his work is based on the limited spectrum of the life of an anglo-saxon man.
> Even though he was only focused on this limited racist expectation of an Anglo-Saxon, he was unable to create characters with whom we can identify with ourselves. Even if you are a descendant of Anglo-Saxons, you cannot identify with his racist and poorly educated characters.
> His scientific knowledge was pathetic even for works from the early 20th century. There would be great difficulty in adapting his lack of knowledge to intelligent content for modern audiences.
> Lack of economic and political knowledge. He flirts several times with eugenic and socialist conduct. Had he lived long enough, he would probably be an admirer of Hitler. This lack of knowledge in these issues makes their work become even more outdated and less complex.
> Total lack of subtexts. He probably did not even know what that word means. He also had an extraordinarily poor vocabulary.
Can /tv/ recommend me anymore films within the "socially isolated morally questionable autist who drives a car" genre?
Pitch me a show
A couple of friends are living in NYC and we are watching their day to day lives and how they navigate their professional and social sides.
One of the friends is compulsive murderer who enjoys hiding body parts in just out of sight areas, wacky hi-jinks and shenanigans ensue.
What went wrong JLaw Bros?
so whats the verdict? is it the drive of our generation?
New Ken Burns doc is airing tonight. Who is watching it?
The score is amazing.
I've become very interested in korean films and would like any input from what people here feel is worth while. what are the staples?