Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by morgantayler, Mar 20, 2016.
or alternately: Chris Evans moving deliberately through an oversized vehicle en route to disaster
Chris Evans hair rly bothers me.
Idk what other thread to post this and I know you’re all active in here...
What are the definitive “nerd” fandoms?
Star Wars, Star Trek, Lord of the Rings, comic books, Transformers, Godzilla, Magic, Doctor Who, Doctor Who, Dragon Ball Z, Stranger Things, Game of Thrones, Harry Potter.
Maybe like pokemon and zelda or something
More generally, Nintendo/Smash?
Maybe video games? Anime/JRPGs?
For the sake of cinema, Disney needs to be broken up | Guy Lodge
the ultimate crime- denying Amy Adams an Oscar
Do these movies hold up? I remember liking them (for sure the first one, at least) when they came out. Wonder how much they'll change without Guy Ritchie directing.
‘Rocketman’s’ Dexter Fletcher to Direct ‘Sherlock Holmes 3’ (EXCLUSIVE)
Dexter fletcher is a good director based on rocketman but I don’t see why they want to keep making these movies with this weird Ritchie style. It just doesn’t work for me at all.
Chinatown: more like Bummerville
Chinatown is one of the classics that is a chore to sit through.
The classic Hollywood film noir, like the really pulpy hardboiled crime films, have really never been my cup of tea. It’s the foundation of basically everything since then that’s been labeled a “thriller,” and many of the best american directors have made a career out of tearing apart the noir archetypes just to build them up again, but the style and melodrama is often just way too much for me to ever feel invested
Chinatown is a masterpiece.
does anybody else like the show "Charmed"?
I found it recently and have been binge watching the first few seasons
Watching the greatest movie ever Blade 2.
With the decade coming to a close I looked at my previous years' lists and I was surprised how many I only vaguely remembered. Korean dramas, microbudget indies with bearded men, and South American arthouse films in particular blend together within their genres.
tetra what's your letterboxd I gotta see it
Been a few weeks since I lost when on a sizeable spending spree but really happy with what I got today especially since I am able to continue expanding my collection of the Warner Bros. Premium Collection with The Haunting and Soylent Green both of which now join King Kong (1933), Them!, Outland, 2010 and House of Wax (1953).
2000 films and not a single review or rating. Never change, my friend
Just look for who gave all Zach Braff movies a perfect score
I always took him as more of a David O Russell man tbh
I don't like the idea of giving a numerical score to a film. What is the rubric?
The rubric is what's in your heart