>"Oram lost his wife and part of his crew, because he made a decision to come to this planet. So what was he hoping to accomplish by going with David into that basement?" "You've got a character who goes through a crisis of faith, and their foundation is shaken and fractured, and they don't have the ability to make the best choices with the resources that they have. You want a moment of redemption, and the writers offered that in this moment, where [Oram] has to make a conscious decision about what it means for him to be a loving, thoughtful and passionate person in the world if he doesn't have this rigid dogma to hold on to. What is his litmus test? Ultimately it comes down to the protection of the people he loves. The crew that now he is in charge of taking care of. So when someone appears to be a dangerous influence, he finds the courage in himself to address it head-on. So that makes it a great moment of redemption and allows me to play right into Michael's hands as David, because David is the little puppet master there. [Oram's] moment of rising up ends up being his downfall, but you do have this moment where you think, "I'm so glad Oram was able to resurrect his belief in humanity and himself."
What did Billy Cruddup mean by this?
The director roasts his own movie - he is pretty based imo
I told you i was gonna cum Eugene
This show is the most variable in quality with the shittest pacing i've ever watched.
Cassidy and Tulip have had literally zero development in this season, they just spend every episode moping about.
We've had an extra two episodes already on top of the last season and the plot has barely advanced since the end of s1.
Occasionally there are some great scenes like OP pic related and some of the Eugene/Hitler scenes.
Starr is great as well
> americam filmmaking
GROND WILL BREACH IT
What are some movies where studio execs intervened majorly in a project and took over from the director, actually improving it?
Was it kino?
It had it's moments
thoughts on ozark and this kino?
this is how you write women
I FUCKING LOVE BERLIN
What the fuck was his problem?
Bsides Hard Boiled, what is Chow Yun Fat movie?
>tfw no strictly platonic friendship in high school
Sure. You should watch Ginger Snaps. It's a good movie.
I love how all the director's problems with this movie (too many FUCKING humans, not enough development, doesn't move into the action quick enough, Feels Goodman is wasted) are the exact problems I had with the movie. Makes me appreciate the good bits a little more.
I don't like them, but they scored a few points with that in my opinion.
If anything, Everything Wrong With Guy must be assblasted, especially with what happened between SJ and him last year or so.