Best movie soundtracks?
I'm rather partial to Clint Mansell's work, both in Pi and Requiem for a Dream
What are some movies about ghosts rising from the dead to exact their vengeance?
Is /tv the board with the worst memes?
Looking for a good series to watcj. GOT is shit imo. I enjoyed Dexter, Stranger Things, Lost, Prison Break, Weeds and Breaking Bad. Need some cliffhanger type shit.
Anyone else like this show?
Unironically half of the reason I picked up this show
Spoiler #1: Snoke and Leia are Rey's parents
While Han is absent, after struggling with his own demons and being a good father to Ben (who isn't anything like him). There is a tall fellow at the church who takes Ben under his wing. He teaches Ben many things about the nature of the force, his father and also dark side stuff. Luke doesn't really approve of it and argues that Ben should focus on becoming a Jedi master first. Meanwhile Leia takes a liking in this tall (and very charming) fellow who looks after her son and they have a fling. She gets pregnant and has a baby daughter. Soon after Han returns things start to get awkward. The tall fellow of the church doesn't like Han trying to take back Leia and he reveals his true self (now Snoke) in a confrontation with Luke (about Ben and Leia). Luke injurers and nearly kills Snoke and Ben sees this. Ben then fights Luke (but Luke doesn't want to kill Ben and gets injured by Ben). Ben then saves Snoke and kills most of the students (but not all!)). Leia knows they will be after the baby and gives them to a couple she trusts from the church and they take care of the baby. After a few quiet years they get chased and drop of the girl (now Rey) off on Jaku.
Why was the CGI for Peter Cushing more realistic in a new hope than it was in rogue one?
Why was Mussolini in the Young Lions?
Why was Goering the president-for-life of Yugoslavia?
>Filmed over six years, Risk (2016) is a character study that collides with a high stakes election year and its controversial aftermath. Cornered in a tiny building for half a decade, Julian Assange is undeterred even as the legal jeopardy he faces threatens to undermine the organization he leads and fracture the movement he inspired. Capturing this story, director Laura Poitras finds herself caught between the motives and contradictions of Assange and his inner circle.
>You wanna know how I did it? This is how I did it Anton, I never saved anything for the swim back
I always thought Anton drowning ruined the scene. He should have been doing better but chickened out first, saved his inferior brother but still lost because he didn't have the passion despite his genes.
Instead it turns into a movie of "you can be born with a heart condition but maybe you will get really lucky and you'll be fine" And imply's gifted people can be overcome with sheer drive, when the best of the best is those that are talented and have the drive.
It also doesn't help the natural is probably more handsome than his genetically perfect brother.
>Assemble the accountants at Dunharrow, as many actuaries as can be found, you have two days
>On the third, we file our tax returns
what am in for /tv/ ?
Meanwhile, on Portuguese /tv/...
who will play him in the inevitable biopic?
>That feel when GOT the show
Honeslty people are fucking retarded if they think books are gonna be 100% exact, your putting one artists work into another artists vision its never going to be 100%, for got its television people like watching crazy shit happen no matter what