Recommend me some rogan kino
Wait, he said in the first movie that he wants to be free of the Matrix, get out and live in the real world.
After the files were overridden and he became The One, why did he try to fight and kill Neo? He was a sentient program at that point, no longer at the bid of the machines. Why didn't Neo just say 'Hey dude, it's good to see you but why don't you help us? We can find a way to get you into the real world, outside of the matrix, just like you told Morpheus years ago.'
Surely there are prisoners and traitors in Zion, why not give Smith one of their bodies? What was his reasoning for wanting to kill humans? At what point did he want to get out of the matrix to becoming it's supreme ruler?
He was an egomaniac only interested in power and control, not freedom. Despite his little monologue in the first movie, he never cared about being free. He just wanted to have everything for himself.
>After the files were overridden and he became The One
When did this happen? He was still very much himself, just making copies everywhere.
> What was his reasoning for wanting to kill humans?
He has a natural disgust for humans in case you couldn't tell.
What's /tv/s opinion on this?
The whole interesting lighting thing was amusing for the first 20 minutes and then it just got boring. Also, I would've liked to see at least some kind of lesbian scene seeing how it was a witch coven and all
Any actors on this board? I just landed the lead in Death of a Salesman and need tips for remembering lines. I usually just read them over and over again, anything better in mind?
I've been in "plays" before, but this is the first official one.
I posted this yesterday and also want to thank some of you who responded.
Tony nominated here, pros normally use teleprompters (or line coaches in the pit if the production can't afford) combined with writing on hands, hard-to-remember or often-flubbed lines written on masking tape placed strategically, earpieces, digital contact lenses which scroll the play in real time, narrow-beam audio guns to project lines directly into actors' ears, memorization, and ad libbing to make for a satisfying performance.
Where did all this food come from? Didn't Hermione say something like you can't conjure food out of thin air?
The fuck was his problem?
What does /tv/ think?
Could have been drier for my taste. I appreciate what they were going for and there were definitely a few very funny moments, but in general I thought it was a bit mediocre. Not bad at all, but not as good as it could have been.
I cant believe the viral marketers of /tv/ had me see this. so they took a disturbing psychological horror book and added shitty jump scares, cgi biting arms off and general made for tv feel. Its like the filmmakers had no idea why that story impacts people is not because of the clown but that it is all subliminal and metaphor. The tim curry one captured that way more.
>All Homer ever does is complain about how poor he is
>Owns a house that has 3 living rooms
Can someone explain? This scene made no fucking sense
quick /tv/, i need the comfiest movie possible
I waited 14 god damned years for a remake that didn't even include the scariest parts of the book. Movies CAN be longer than 2 hours, yet they don't want to tread into it like champions and instead cut it short. It was great acting, absolutely wonderful. Amazing atmosphere. Scariest movie in a long time. But not only was it lacking in good content from the book, it also gave the kids too much power over Pennywise.
In the book, It turns into a werewolf and the kids are all but helpless and run for their lives. In the movie, the kids can defeat It? At least for now? When did this happen?
Also, the statue. Holy fuck I'm peeved that they put the fucking lumberjack statue RIGHT. THERE. and did NOTHING with it. NOTHING.
That is legit one of the scariest scenes.
Imagine being chased by a huge, hairy lumberjack that is more than likely going to rape you with his huge, maple syrup covered dick after he chops you in half with his axe.
It's terrifying, yet they did nothing with it. I'm a bit mad at that.
And the next chapter supposidly has them as adults instead of a continuation of the lost content of the first chapter.
>Movies CAN be longer than 2 hours
The reason they aren't is because they're required to cut them down as much as possible so the theater can get in the maximum number of showings.
You want to avoid this, you do an independent movie. And good luck getting a budget.
itt: famous animals that are probably dead
This movie is fucking amazing, a real 10/10 comedy in my book. Maybe because I never heard of it till recently and it is nostalgic since it takes place in 1979 / 1980 .... but I find myself absolutely LOVING it.
Are there any other diamonds in the rough like this movie that you can recommend? Something so good I will want to buy and own a copy?