Who's the boss /tv?
I'm still fucking shaking.
I went into this because I'm a sucker for crime movies and neon lights/night city life is my aesthetic. This has all that, sure, but there's so many layers to it. The flashy neon colors are overt and beautiful, but they also have depth and meaning. The camerawork and editing are jittery and breakneck fast, but it's propelled solely by the momentum of the movie itself. The plot is simple, but continually builds on itself with twists that are natural and organic.
Pattinson's fucking astounding in this too. He's a con man and a cheat, but he's also deeply caring for his brother, willing to go to any lengths to make sure he gets the help he needs. Pretty simple character, but Pattinson really gives this role his all and it shows.
I may need to see it again though, as the version I had was glitching like a motherfucker.
What do you guys think of Lucifer?
>find out /tv/ don't like Star Trek
Plebs, all of you
Just watched Scarface for the first time, anyone noticed how "Push It To The Limit" by Paul Eggman sounds like Micheal Jackson's "Beat it"?
How does /tv/ feel about Scarface?
>anyone noticed how "Push It To The Limit" by Paul Eggman sounds like Micheal Jackson's "Beat it"?
MJ wrote the music to Sanic
>How does /tv/ feel about Scarface?
its pretty good. i watched it as an teenager with friends and we memed the shit out of that movie for months.
Is this the most boner inducing scene in the history of world cinema?
Is it just me or does Rachel Ray look like an out of shape New Jersey wind bag who cries herself to sleep every night. Lay off the chips you land whale
Do I have potential /tv/?
can i be a movie star /tv/?
>Over the top stylized villains
Tell me how to feel about this movie.
Is an active social media presence necessary to be successful in Hollywood?
THE question of the week
>THE question of the week
>not the question of the day
you had ONE JOB, OP.
What is a good movie for me and my friends?
Bald Guy suicide when?