previously on /bb/ >>87209486
so what does TV think of this coming of age kino?
Anne is a real qt I just want to protect her and love when she smiles
I never knew i had all these feelings inside of me, this tv show brought them all out
The actress who they cast reminds me too much of my EX. I can't watch it. But from what I've seen it seems as though they ditch a lot of the previous plot-points and characterizations from the books and the original series in favor of realistic, gritty drama; which seems to be a thing Netflix does for most shows. But I think it's ok from what I've seen.
>it actually happened
Will season 2 be trash?
my bet is ALL IN on yes
Where does Dunkirk fall in top WWII kinos?
Not gonna lie senpai I got misty eyed a couple of times towards the end.
One of the best imo
It focused on the mayhem and horror of war without prioritizing a main set of characters which ultimately most war movies do and therefore trivialize the deaths of the extras
The biggest complaint is that "it didn't have characters" which to me is it's biggest strength. I hate war or horror movies where we only care about the people whose names we know.
Yeah, this movie kind of centralizes on a few characters but it invests a lot into every person on the screen
i feel like im missing some here
>Netflix has dropped $20 million at the Cannes Film Festival to claim the rights to a film called ‘Bubbles’ will tells the story of Michael Jackson’s chimpanzee through stop-motion animation.
>As Variety reports, the movie was being sold at the film festival. The minds behind this niche story is none-other than ‘Hunt For The Wilderpeople‘ director/writer Taika Waititi as well as Mark Gustafson who worked on Wes Anderson’s ‘Fantastic Mr. Fox’, another stop-motion feature.
>'Bubbles’ was produced by Starburns Industries. A company that ‘Community’ and ‘Rick and Morty‘ fans might recognise as the property of Dan Harmon. Starburns also financed the stop-motion and Charles Kaufman created dramedy ‘Anomalisa’.
Just marathoned this. What did I think of it?
This wasn't that bad honestly, I did hated all the slow mo shit but overall it was an improvement on DC movies
>generic cookie cutter plot
>terrible main actress who shows no emotion
>set in the most morally ambigous war and shows very little moral ambiguity
>fucking no investment emotionally
>follows the same fucking super hero tropes as usual
>generic "lel humans are destructive lets kill them" hippy villain
>no chemistry with chris pine and gal gadot at all
OP come on now. Capeshit is capeshit.
Why isn't there more animation like this /tv/?
Dunno. That film is great. Wasn't Robert Rodriguez going to make a live action version?
That and the King Conan movie would be such a nice respite from current fantasy flicks, but it seems like we'll never get them.
This came out 10 years ago.
I watched again recently, for the time is was released I was pretty impressed that the cg didn't age too badly. The story and the characters were interesting and quite humorous at times.
>Beowulf fight Grendel nakkid
>kino as fuck
The 1999 version was better.
Thoughts on this movie, /tv/? I find it very underrated both as an action movie and a sci-fi movie.
Also, hot damn, this and MATCH POINT were Scarlett Johansson at her absolute prime.
>tfw pirate everything and NEVER pay for anything
>pay so hbo executives, talent-less writers can make millions instead of hundreds of thousands and retard mediocre actors can make tens of millions instead of millions
ye no. i'd support the author if he needed it to be able to sustain himself while continuing writing the books, but throwing money at a corporate giant for a mediocre butchery of the books is literally mental retardation
>have a talk show
>invite better talk show host
>still talk about trump
When did you realise Colbert was a fucking HACK
what's good about norton is that he let's the guests do the work. every american talk show host feels like they have to talk over everyone constantly colbert, fallon, kimmel etc conan is the fucking worst for it derails every conversation
>I find the most erotic part of a woman is the boobies.