Who plays them in the inevitable biopic?
truly a film men will never understand
Documentary thread. What are some of your favourite documentaries? Topics can range from the mating of dodos to middle eastern politics
I'm in the middle of The Next Pearl Harbor. It's a 5-hour 9/11 doc on Youtube.
Tickled is really well done. It captures that seedy underground investigative reporting tone, even though the subject matter is kind of absurd.
In Defense of Food is one of the few good docs about health and food manufacturing that doesn't fellate some special interest group (meat industry, vegans, etc.).
Citizenfour is fantastic.
The Jinx is pretty good. Great opening, great song. Case is pretty interesting.
Man on wire was pretty dull with the exception of the score and a few scenes where the score is centerstage. Otherwise a really bore to watch.
>Citizenfour is fantastic.
it was pretty good, good enough that Stones "Snowden" was a redundant, comical overdramatization of what happened. Levitt made Snowden sound like a NSA Forest Gump with that voice.
Someone give me some mountaineering documentations that i haven't seen already
dying for everest: Pretty good
The Fatal Game: Also really good
Eight Summits: The Bill Burke Story: Meh alright.
Have you seen this, /tv/? It's actually pretty good, it's like Jack the Ripper, about a serial killer stalking ye olde London, and it even has Karl Marx as a suspect.
It has the typical dark foggy London with lots of nastiness, you know the general atmosphere.
The investigation itself is a bit weak, it's more focused on showing off the world and various characters. You know like in shitty adventure games, you just go and talk to all the characters and ask them everything on the list to advance the plot, that's kind of how the "investigation" works in this movie.
I was pleasantly surprised to see an older detective as the protagonist (Nighy) though.
Sadly you simply know the twist when the first "suspect explains the murder" scene happens.
And what the fuck was up with that fucking gay stuff? It did NOTHING for the story and felt very forced.
>Bond. Jamal Bond.
>Bond. James Bond.
>Bond. Jalal Bond.
>Bond. Xiang Bond.
>bully has a drunk abusive father
will northerners hate jon because he bent da ny?
>implying emilia isn't literal goddess
>star trek II back in theaters
>go to a 2pm showing on sunday
>only 10 people there
>most are fat middle aged men joking about VHS and kirks toupee
are these the REAL nerds you guys always talk about?
Reminder if Deckard isn't a replicant this film is not canon
>leave horrorkino to me
Rank them from best to worst.
This is the poor man's Mad Men.
Californication is the more enjoyable watch and has more heart than Made Men. People may have watched it for the TnA, but there was something underneath it all.
Who was in the wrong here?
Are critics out of touch with audiences?
Whatssamatta Spawny boy? You don't like clownz?!!