Wtf happened to him?
Wait, so the robot talking in the prologue wasn't even the David from the Prometheus expedition?
What was even the point of the flashback then? It was just a dead character talking to a character we've never seen before and will never see again
How did he go from a literal autist to an eccentric guy that slays pussy?
flanderization. that said, i still liked dwight by the end.
post your favorite dwight moments
apparently my prof said he did photography with him one time, noting his remarkable skill.
his old website mentions that he really enjoys photography, it even has some really old low-res samples
wonder if he still has an interest, knowing where he is now.
>better than 7 seasons of Game of Shit, The Walking Pleb and any other show from the last 15 years
How does he do it?
This was the greatest Shakespeare adaptation ever put on film. 10/10
it's not fashionable to say this but you are wrong. Best adaptation is pic related. so good it even survives the awful American talent they brought in
What are some good movies that will fill me with joy? After watching Twin Peaks I feel dead inside.
I know someone will meme at me for this, most notably jack black. But it's about bird watching and just has heaps about nature with john cleese narrating. One of the most innocent, wholesome and easy to watch movies ever.
Looking for some surreal films in the vein of David Lynch. Just finished pic related.
Lynch has said that he's a fan of The Day of the Locust. I can see how it influenced Mulholland Drive.
>Several elements of this film inspired scenes in David Lynch projects. To begin with, there is the Twin Peaks (1990) sign at the beginning of the film which served as obvious inspiration for the title card and setting of Lynch's television series of the same name. Also, a scene or two later (the infamous "opening" scene,) when Kelly is in here garage, the killer mentions that he has "killed twice before" - this is something which "Bob," the supposed killer from "Twin Peaks" also mentions. This scene also has uncanny resemblances to a scene in Lynch's Wild at Heart (1990) where Willem Dafoe's character, Bobby Peru, has Lula Fortune in his filthy grasp and is talking to her similarly. Later in the film, we find out that the killer in "Experiment in Terror" is actually called Garland "Red" Lynch. The resemblance to David Lynch's name is something which the director no doubt noticed, as he also named a character in "Twin Peaks" after him (Major Garland Briggs).
so does she
>Baa-ram-ewe, baa-ram-ewe. To your breed, your fleece, your clan be true. Sheep be true. Baa-ram-ewe
What did they mean by this???
this was nice
I mainly liked it because it appealed to my scene girl fetish.
Deadpool had a much bigger budget, yet it couldn't give its star the kind of make-up that the brother in this movie was given.
It was never supposed to be a documentary...
in Idiocracy, when Joe decides to put water
like from the toileton the crops, it's an order that is immediately implemented on every field
so Idiocracy is a corporate-bailout socialist economy? the government controls all production of crops, and put Brawndo on all plants as a crony-capitalist ploy to boost Brawndo's profits
the problem in Idiocracy is not that everybody is stupid. in Frito's own words "I like money"
if you're a farmer, and your crops aren't growing, and you aren't making money, you're going to do stuff so that you start making money again
but if the federal government controls all farming, then the lack of crops can be ignored until it's a species-threatening crisis because central economic planning never responds to problems as fast as decentralized market activity
and the people in that market don't have to be smart. they just have to respond to what's around them. somebody's going to figure out the correct remedies to any problems, and everybody else will copy off the people that figure it out.
Would you watch this?
SEVEN SEVEN SEVEN SEVEN SEVEN
Just started third season, so far so good. Love the absolute mad man Vain.