Ready for your dose of interracial romantic comedy, /tv/?
Will black women ever recover?
It's interesting to note how many other people you can find just by following one actor.
I originally saw Michael Fassbender in First Class, and his performance in key sequences blew me away. I wasn't expecting scenes like Magneto Hunting Shaw or the Satellite Moving, or the acting to accompany them, a credit to the writing and directing too.
So right from 2011, you can look back at performances like Inglorious Basterds (admittedly an awful film, but everybody involved in THAT scene was fantastic, including Tarantino) and especially Steve McQueen's Hunger. Shame follows later in 2011, Prometheus the year after, 12 Years A Slave and narration of "1" (a Formula One documentary, fantastic btw) in 2013, and Frank in 2014.
Then you get to 2015, and the renaissance has begin. Slow West, Macbeth, and Steve Jobs all in one year. Slow West reveals actor Ben Mendelsohn and director John Maclean. Macbeth introduces director Justin Kurzel, and his brilliantly haunting jazz musician brother Jed, as well as Sean Harris (who co-starred in Prometheus, and the later project Trespass Against Us). Steve Jobs becomes what is arguably Fassbender's best performance, utilizing Sorkin's script and fantastic co-star performances from Winslet and Jeff Daniels.
It just keeps happening. He comes in to give the only worthwhile performance in X-Men Apocalypse in 2016 and play a tragic gypsy in the aforementioned Trespass Against Us, where Brendan Gleeson and Sean Harris (among others) also shine. Followed by dual roles in Alien: Covenant, showing an even extended vocal range and some of that Shakespearean delivery between David and Walter, and Assassin's Creed.
Pre-release for The Snowman (presumably later this year) is pretty low key so far, but I'm optimistic given the source material and the crew as well as the cast.
Q lewdness edition
>"One of the best comedies ever made"
>It's not funny
Has anyone watched this?
Is Let Bullets Fly better than Gone with the Bullets?
Was this the best scene in movie history?
How do you go from this....
Is it going to be shit /tv/?
Why does he wear the mask?
Post shows with god tier original soundtracks.
THE PUPPIES.. ARE BACK!
Is Seinfeld the best comedy show ever made?