>/lit/ is laughing at us again
they always are
they even have "itt thread we pretend to be /tv/ patricians" threads where they start listing off movies like pulp fiction, fight club, john wick and kubrick
Shit wrong pic
What's wrong with Kubrick? He told that dumb kike Kirk Douglas the "I am Spartacus" scene was a stupid idea and he thought Hitler was right about almost everything despite being one of (((them))) himself.
You're the writer of the sequel
> Another Death Note appears
> Someone is doing the kira's work but its not Light
> L and Light team up to find the other kira
> Other Kira is a psycho like in the anime
> Light's dad dies by the hands of Fake Kira
> Now it's personal
> L teaches Light how to be super smart
> L writes his name on the Deth Note to expose Fake Kira
> Light kills Fake Kira and replaces L
> because his name also stars whit the letter L
> the end
And why is it "The Life Aquatic: With Steve Zissou"?
POP POP POP
who would win?
NICE AND HOT
>Godzilla 2 is being written and directed by Michael Dougherty, the visionary behind classic films such as
>Super Man Returns
Why the fuck did they hand the reigns of the most important movie in this rising franchise over to this fucking nobody? I know /tv/ didn't like Godzilla(2014) and and Skull Island, but Kaijushit is ten times better than Capeshit in my book. I can't be the only one.
>Why the fuck did they hand the reigns of the most important movie in this rising franchise over to this fucking nobody?
lol are you new to this? studios want project managers they can steer, yes men.
Don't expect this movie to be a display of a singular and cohesive artistic vision, just accounting put on screen.
This is unfortunately completely true, no one's out to make some kind fun, timeless piece of entertainment out of the good of their hearts, some fuckers got movie rights and are milking nostalgia/nerd culture hype while the cinematic universe fad is still alive. None of the people involved actually care apart from maybe the puppet director who is merely placated by being able to 'work' on the project at all. I really hate being so cynical, but I feel like I'm given no choice anymore, because Skull Island only existed for its after-credits scene.
So I went to see IT over the weekend and before I took my seat I noticed these two young girls sitting several rows behind me. One of them had her feet up on the seat in front of her, soles bared for all to see.
Naturally, I had to take a picture. A mental snapshot for the spank bank wouldn't suffice.
About half-an-hour into the film, I stealthily turned around to snap a quick pic--only to realize I had my flash on.
The girls were pretty startled, but before they could say anything, you better believe I bolted out of there fast as I could.
I didn't get to finish the movie, but at least I got pic related.
This is the worst movie I have ever seen, it's a giant piece of shit for people who want to avoid masterpieces like Star Wars and Insterstellar. The scenes are unnecessarily long and if it came out today it would be criticised for it, I dont care that it was the "first to do it", it did it wrong. It was so basic how he filmed the apes, I see more complex filmaking from a wildlife documentary.
>BUT DUDE LONG TAKES ARE FOR PATRICIANS
You can have long quiet scenes that are both good and bad. Just because its long doesnt automatically make it good fucking hell.
>DUDE THOSE SCENES MAKE US APPRECIATE TECHNOLOGY AND SHIT
a competent director would have directed those scenes in a way that doesn't put a hyperactive 5 year old to sleep. It's just shitty film making, no excuse.
>IT JUST DIDN'T HAVE ENOUGH LASER GUNS AND SJW PANDERING FOR YOU LIKING
Fuck off. Before Sunrise was litterally just two people walking around a city, talking and it wasn't boring for a second. You know why? BECAUSE IT HAD A COMPETENT DIRECTOR!
>DUDE BUT THE AENDING WAS PRETTY LSD TRIPPIN LMAO
So it's confirmed the drugs have destroyed your brains. 2001 fans are literally DUDE WEED LMAO tier
Personally I think people who say it's in their top 10 are either lying or retarded.
You tell people you hate Game of Thrones, Rick and Morty, Twin Peaks, Walking Dead, Attack on Titan, South Park, and every original show on Netflix.
"The war to end all racewars."
thers only wun war that matturs. the greet war. und its ere.
What are some flicks about betrayal?
HOLY FUCK! This is GOOD. Why doesn't /tv/ talk about it?
Cause Louis is a meme in the worst way here and many take the meme so seriously that they will dismiss anything related to him. Most of /tv/ probably doesn't even know that Buscemi is a featured actor in H&P.
And yes, it is amazing and probably the best thing Louis has ever done. It is completely devasting and anyone who is a hardcore depressive alcoholic should give it a watch for cathartic reasons if nothing else.
Humans aren't necessarily complex but the way we influence each other's lives is and I think the show does a great job spelling that out.
Fuck, its been long enough now that I should probably rewatch it.
While Horace & Pete is way more dry in its few comedic moments and shoots for charm and realistic awkwarness over straightforward jokes, I feel like people who enjoy Bojack Horseman for its harsh reality/depressive elements would really like this show a lot.