Who else here is excited for Zach Sйyder's latest Kino "Ligue de la Justice"???
Is being a famous actor really as glamorous as people think? are there any true downsides?
I just saw this for the first time where do I find more of this KINO it's delicious?
HELLO CAN SOMEONE SHOW ME WHERE THE KINO IS PLEASE
>greedy people turn into pigs
>USA national anthem starts playing
>Jhon Wayne enters the frame and starts shooting in the air screaming "Yee HAW"
I knew Miyazaki hated america but damn
A lot of people (including myself) have shitted on the prequels and now on the sequels of Star Wars, "it's not the same", "they're shit", "they are now putting minorities just for the 'muh diversity'", etc, etc.
I gave the original trilogy another watch after years of not watching it, and... I can only ask this question:
Was Star Wars ever good to begin with?
The movies have a lot of plot holes and illogical attitudes from the characters, and to be honest I came with this conclusion: Star Wars was a success just for their revolution in special effects, but that's it. Everyone complaining about the prequels and sequels are ignoring that the OT wasn't good to begin with; that's why no matter how much practial effects you put, how good directors you get or how much '''effort""" they put on the story; the new Star Wars movies don't have the same impact because the thing that made it popular (its special effects) are dated in this period of time.
So, don't expect another "good" Star Wars movie, because, sadly, but true, it's NEVER going to happen
Was it good?
> Last night's ________ was, without a doubt, the worst episode ever. Rest assured that I was on internet within minutes registering my disgust throughout the world.
Prove to me that you aren't Comic Book Guy
Prove to me that /tv/ isn't just a modern incarnation of alt.nerd.obsessive
fag that has never taken one lesson in film or script writing here. I always hear people talk about how the golden rule of cinema is "show don't tell", how true is this?
Now that the dust has settled, what does /tv/ think of The Dark Knight Rises' opening plane scene?
Yes, that's it, hothead, generate replies and help rise the fire.
Now that the dust has settled, what did /tv/ think of that film?
What does /tv/ think of CloMo's body of kino (movie) work?
They literally did nothing wrong