>Character leaves the physical world and his body to venture into the astral realm to fight evil
>Proceeds to use his fists and set as weapons
Am I supposed to take this performance seriously? The man speaks in one-liners.
"You hear that, Bob? That's the sound of big brass balls clanging together."
Every fucking line of dialogue is this awfully written shit, and it's made all the worse by the fact that the other actors speak relatively normally.
WHY WOULD YOU WRITE A CHARACTER LIKE THIS?
At least it's distracting from the fact that Gooding looks and acts nothing like OJ.
When will 80s nostalgia end?
Is anyone here a marine biologist?
Was it kino?
> Dany is the daughter of an infamously sociopathic king, has brought the Dothraki to Westeros, routinely burns people alive with her dragon abominations, hires murderers and traitors as her advisors
And she's the hero why?
Now chisler...there's a word I understand.
>kick the fuckin bass up on this tv
>characters in dire situation
>"UUUGGGHHH THE BABY'S COMING!"
So in a recent BBC poll among hundreds of critics, this was voted as the #1 comedy of all time.
This couldn't be made today, right?
Here's a link to the list:
some Hitchcock movie I don't even remember the name of, supposedly one of his best but it bored me to tears.
ones that didn't were It's a Wonderful Life and Stagecoach, which shocked me how well it held up.
Shitty versions of Avatar I'll start.
At first it was orders but then I fell in love with you, the people.
Just saw Get Out for the first time and enjoyed it. The direction was impressive, bona fide horror. The uncomfortable real life parallels were fertile material for the genre.
I seem to remember when it came out, this specific image was being memed here a lot, and i'm wondering what that was all about, rundown and whatnot if you please.
The dude from Atlanta was great.
"Promise me, Rhaegar" Edition
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STANNIS! STANNIS!! STANNIS!!!