>Sitting on a Cock 'cause I'm gay
why can't Brits into humour?
is this kino? https://youtu.be/DM8vVbvsU84?t=3m29s
daenerys, our heroine edition ;____;
honestly...what went wrong?
He was never all that good. I enjoyed "You're Next" and "The Guest," but they were also loaded with inconsistent characterization, plot holes, faulty logic, etc. He managed to find a tone with those two films where his particular brand of shittiness just worked, the flaws could easily be dismissed as an intentional feature of the genre.
He was just in over his head with something like "Death Note." Not that the source material is a masterpiece, it had its own flaws for sure. But the whole appeal of that series was to watch two "genius" characters in an increasingly complicated struggle to avoid being caught by each other. It depends on detailed, logical plotting and Wingard just wasn't the right guy for that.
>what went wrong?
The indie film industry heaping praise onto this guy for no reason. He's never made a good movie, but for some reason, people have been jacking him off for years. The only way I can even think to explain it that people liked the parts of his movies that worked (like the retro imagery of The Guest) and completely ignored everything that didn't because they wanted him to get better. Now he's incapable of listening to criticism and has an unreasonable high opinion of his abilities.
why isn't he in more movies?
this. also nowdays it's all about movie franchises
only 1 'oldschool' action actor still got power to bring asses into seat. Arnie/Stallone/Seagall and rest is done, but can't bruise the [Tom] Cruise. Even rather bad 'Mummy' got pass 400 mil worldwide, mostly coz of Cruise.
Greetings green brother
Cast Stacy Martin.
TV may re-cast actor for Death Note (the original stuff from the manga, not the Netflix shit story).
Which tv series or movie has the DEEPEST Lore?
My thoughts go to Game of Thrones.
Always bothered me that the same houses have been holding the same lands with not change in leadership or borders for like 8000 years according the the GoT history.
There are a couple of changes but they are always really sudden and clean like the Tyrells taking over from the Gardeners just because Aegon said so
Not a single monster has been shown and I'm on episode three.
It's shit, isn't it?
>Do you feel lucky, punk?
Season 3 when?
Ask a guy who just ate entire 1 pound bag of Dum Dums anything.
Took me about 3 hours to do.
Is this film equal to Blade Runner in portraying the human condition? Genuinely believe it belongs in the all-time Top 10 pantheon.