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Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens thread #2 by Pimp C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sun, 27 Dec 2015 21:31:04 EST ID:jMwaGNVh No.351336 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Continuing from the last thread >>336159. It's already broken Jurassic World's record for fastest film to reach $1 billion worldwide in 12 days.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 29 Jan 2016 21:33:24 EST ID:jMwaGNVh No.354601 Report Quick Reply
Finally saw it today after I got off work and I thought it was a fun film and brought back memories of watching the original trilogy when I was younger. Yeah I agree the film's plot was similar to A New Hope's but I enjoyed the film for seeing characters from the original trilogy back and our new trio of characters with Finn, Poe and Rey. Kylo Ren was okay but I'll give the film its due for his characterization and wanting to be the next great Sith Lord like Darth Vader and going so far as to kill his own father in an act of betrayal. Honestly I could see them going the Mass Effect route with Kylo being like Saren where Kylo breaks free of Snoke's indoctrination of the dark side by sacrificing himself to save everyone else from the First Order's path of destruction. But yeah can't wait for episode 8.

>>354206
I'll keep it open, for now.
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Jean-Baptiste Emanual Zorg - Fri, 29 Jan 2016 21:49:23 EST ID:ppo0JB3D No.354602 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>354601
>after I got off work
What do you even do?

>Kylo breaks
I REALLY hope this happens, because otherwise a lot of stuff dosn't make sense.

>I'll keep it open, for now.
Well that was a joke. The guy was asking silly things.
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Alan Rickman - Fri, 29 Jan 2016 22:57:59 EST ID:MNmNwMZx No.354605 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354199
>Oh my God can all of you dumb faggots stop saying "Mary Sue"

How about a "Wesley Crusher"?
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Mario Bava - Fri, 29 Jan 2016 23:37:44 EST ID:TVFgkOBy No.354614 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354605
i prefer "providachi sanchez" myself
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Fridge Largemeat - Sat, 30 Jan 2016 02:42:22 EST ID:XgsH7nii No.354620 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>354614

How about an Oh Reuben?


Giant Godamn Robots by Silk Spectre - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 00:22:20 EST ID:ZOwClG01 No.354385 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have a massive soft spot for giant robot shows, be it Gundam, Transformers, Pacific Rim, and other ones.

I've recently finished Eureka Seven and absolutely loved the shit out of it. The music , the atmosphere, the love story I'm a sucker for. I loved all of that. I didn't hear nice things about AO though, so I'll pass on that.

So, giant robot thread?
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Roger Sterling - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 20:47:11 EST ID:jvfdjNQw No.354484 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354482
Yeah I'm not a huge weeb so I'm not used to that shit. I find it offputting when bad shit goes down and then the next day everyone is just back at high school in their uniforms. It's so arbitrary.
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Erik Lehnsherr - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 22:39:13 EST ID:O8w1fH20 No.354503 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354484

Well I AM a huge weeb good sir, and let me just say, that even I found the change of pace in Code Geass from the action and political scenes to "lol highschool for some raisin" so fucking jarring I couldn't enjoy the series, not even a little bit. Every time they switched back to the highschool bit I'd get a little more exasperated each time until I turned the series off and never picked it back up.

And I actually like highschool slice of life shows. I find them cozy to watch after al ong day of work with a bottle of bourbon. But when it was handled that strangely and kept coming out of the blue like "lol yeah there was a massive fucking disaster on and around the school grounds BUT WE CAN'T MISS CLASS" it just fucked with me so much. That show trolled the shit out of me, idk why it bothered me so much.
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Bradley James - Fri, 29 Jan 2016 03:18:46 EST ID:ZOwClG01 No.354530 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Is Gundam X good? I've heard some good things about it but I was wondering what you guys thought of it?
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Edward James Olmos - Fri, 29 Jan 2016 17:27:24 EST ID:BZKvJoOj No.354585 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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How about slightly large robots?
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Milky Joe - Fri, 29 Jan 2016 21:22:53 EST ID:HI5YWvpZ No.354600 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I pretty much just like Tengen Toppa.


American Horror Story by Roger Sterling - Thu, 27 Aug 2015 15:04:45 EST ID:1Ssqlaa/ No.337581 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I went back about 5 pages and didn't see a thread for this yet and it is coming up pretty soonish.

I don't know how I feel about a season without Lange but we will see.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 15 Jan 2016 09:42:58 EST ID:QAjjJz7u No.353050 Report Quick Reply
>>353043
Tate was my favorite character from that season but I liked Dandy more because of how well Finn Wittrock's performance was - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1CpMQWwxJXo
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Mark Cakes - Fri, 29 Jan 2016 09:05:04 EST ID:gyjyveyQ No.354548 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I really hope this rumor of a Slenderman season is fake
http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/american-horror-story-season-6-lady-gaga-return-slender-man-focused-instalment-1540586
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 29 Jan 2016 11:39:06 EST ID:Jf8Aec/R No.354563 Report Quick Reply
>>354548
I remember that season 6 was rumored to be set around the Roswell incident and take place in Santa Fe, New Mexico in the 1940s-1950s.
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Charles Bronson - Fri, 29 Jan 2016 19:32:59 EST ID:EBz07mQT No.354594 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354563
I don't care for aliens. If they end up going that route, I would like to see it be linked to season 2, though. And they better cast different actors instead of rehashing the same people to play different roles. Shit breaks my suspension of disbelief instantly. Hotel fucked up hard on that one.
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Bradley James - Fri, 29 Jan 2016 20:18:29 EST ID:rj1+hQOt No.354596 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354594

The whole thing is all about aliens already what are you talking about, dandy is an alien hunter by profession


Terminator 2: the humans don't win, somehow? by Thomas Anderson - Wed, 27 Jan 2016 18:13:38 EST ID:IpCZ5mr/ No.354324 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>TFW Sarah Connor is more ripped than you

This should be the end to the Terminator series as far as I can tell.
>the guy who made the self-learning chips died before he could complete his work
>all existing chips are destroyed
>all the data that existed for the development of the chips are destroyed
This should be enough to win the battle against the machines, but the ace in the hole...
>John Connor is born and survives

so how the fuck is there a terminator 3?
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Graham Chapman - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 17:07:01 EST ID:jzRqGgBn No.354466 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354465
it worked for Alien 3 though because his Aliens was an action movie with a happy ending. Alien 3 just brought it back to its slower, bleaker roots.
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Shiro - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 18:25:03 EST ID:OtNz2w0x No.354468 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>354466

Absolutely. I think half the reason so many people were pissed at the movie was the shock of the opening montage. Cameron said in a late 2000s interview that he was only just beginning to get over it. But it had to be done. They had to isolate Ripley. One of Fincher's themes was, when you're all alone without hope, what do you do? How do you deal with that? The composer says in an interview on the Quadrilogy dvd and bluray that in the first five minutes Fincher wanted you to feel that you were "completely fucked." I'd say that box got a big check mark.
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Paul Reubens - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 21:24:49 EST ID:ZEYnF9AW No.354490 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354468
I heard there's an alternate cut that's wildly different from the released version. Is that worth watching?
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Peter Griffin - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 21:30:02 EST ID:OtNz2w0x No.354491 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354490
The Quadrilogy includes the 'Assembly Cut' which is what you're asking about. It isn't wildly different. It restore one act, a scattering of other scenes and changed one element of the climax. They also did an often-shitty job of re-looping the soundtrack, especially during the climax. It's interesting to watch and many seem to prefer it. Call it V2.0 of a flawed film.

I don't know who cut the Assembly Cut, but it wasn't Fincher. They offered it to him but he's still pissed about his experience on the movie and declined.
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Dr. Sam Beckett - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 22:18:58 EST ID:jzRqGgBn No.354496 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354491
I disagree, I think it changes the movie pretty significantly and works better overall. also it was the people doing the Quadrilogy set who produced it, they offered every director the chance to do a new cut for the set (now new and improved on bluray) and they all agreed but Fincher. and Cameron, because he had already made a directors cut of Aliens. but they made it as close to Fincher's original version as possible without his direct involvement, going off his production notes and storyboards and stuff. I definitely think it's the one to watch if you don't have the time or interest for both. and I'm not positive about the looping, but I know a lot of audio issues and dialog were fixed and recorded/rerecorded for the Anthology bluray release.


The Knick season 2 by Pimp C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 15 Oct 2015 06:57:30 EST ID:b92I99gl No.343427 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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New York City, 1901: The Knick faces an upheaval. Dr. John Thackery’s absence (due to his hospitalization for cocaine addiction), a dearth of affluent patients, and financial missteps have led to the board’s decision to shutter The Knickerbocker Hospital in favor of a new building uptown. As relocation plans proceed, the gifted but under-appreciated Dr. Algernon Edwards jockeys to become Thackery’s successor as chief of surgery.

In this world of corruption, invention and progress, everyone is searching for the new path that will help him or her survive. Whether it’s a path toward justice, freedom, love or just plain survival, nothing comes easy as fellow doctors, nurses, nuns and administrators grapple with challenges at work and in their private lives.

The season premieres October 16 at 10pm EDT on Cinemax
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Roberto Rossellini - Thu, 31 Dec 2015 19:15:57 EST ID:5GJMPbzM No.351705 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>351704
I mean really doesn't Clive Owen deserve a fucking emmy or something for this? His transformation into the character was truly legendary. I'll be pissed if he gets nothing for this. NB
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Sergio Leone - Thu, 31 Dec 2015 19:37:55 EST ID:5pURVUPq No.351706 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>351704

I mean. The scene was great and so was the character, and you're entitled to your opinion and all but seriously, best of all time?

I think you're overselling it a little.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 16:29:02 EST ID:oR+Z4rJb No.354461 Report Quick Reply
Dunno why this thread was bumped with no new post, untagged spoilers deleted I guess. Anyways this article came out yesterday about The Knick's future - http://www.ibtimes.co.in/knick-season-3-plot-rumours-producer-steven-soderbergh-plans-run-show-next-6-years-663382

Honestly I wouldn't mind if we got two or more seasons. There's a lot of characters and potential stories to be told in its time period.
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Hunk - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 16:48:35 EST ID:rb/mOCLY No.354464 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354461
Interesting, it sounds like subsequent seasons might not even take place in the early 20th century.
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Jewel Staite - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 21:04:53 EST ID:5GJMPbzM No.354487 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354464
>we still bring back the cast but have them play other people
Wtf?


Roughnecks: Starship Troopers Chronicles by Bolt Vanderhuge - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 12:03:04 EST ID:YRG886Ek No.354448 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Does anyone else remember this fine bit of 90s CGI?

It was directed by the same guy who did the first Starship Troopers movie, but is much more faithful to the novel. It follows a single squad of mobile infantry, Razak's Roughnecks, as they travel from planet to planet over the course of the Human-Arachnid war. It's a weird blend of complex and engaging science fiction, cheesy CGI action, and sweet 90s electronica. I'd highly recommend checking it out, even without the nostalgia factor.
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Lucie Miller - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 13:31:09 EST ID:K/zT2QDQ No.354452 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It was pretty cool, but it missed that bleak sarcasm the film had.

At least, that's how I remember it. It did have dystopian overtones at times, where HQ basically didn't give a fuck about anyone and leave the Roughnecks to just die.
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Roger Sterling - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 19:48:59 EST ID:jvfdjNQw No.354476 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah I liked that show a lot.

I occasionally think about it and wonder if the cgi would hold up.
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Marco Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar Gabriel Garcia Marquez - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 20:06:45 EST ID:YRG886Ek No.354480 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354476

It doesn't hold up at all, which is part of the charm. The gritty low-fi-ness of it really works with the bleak settings and military themes, and the facial and mechanical animations are excellent. It's almost like rather than watching an absolutely rendition of the story, you're watching a play put on by CGI actors.

It's cool watching the animation team get progressively better as the series goes on too.


TItan A.E. by Hiro Nakamura - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 02:29:04 EST ID:jvfdjNQw No.354401 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Just in the middle of watching this for the first time in probably 10 years.

Loving the shitty throwback late-90s alt-rock and the primitive CGI. Some of the voice acting is shoddy but this is a really solid story. As a child and early adolescent it really fired up my imagination.

PERSONAL ANECDOTE TIME: I grew up in a really small town and the nearest movie theater that showed new releases was 100 miles away. So I saw the trailers on TV but never got to see it in theaters but my mom somehow found the novelization in the pharmacy. I read the book and imagined the story before I saw the movie. It was cool. The book was way more PG-13, with boner references and quite a lot of cussing.
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Beldar Conehead - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 06:49:26 EST ID:e0rWJ/rk No.354425 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354421
This was actually Don Bluth's last movie I think.

I used to rent the VHS all the time back in the day. I loved this movie, it probably was my first exposure to SciFi
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Louisse Belcher - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 08:39:38 EST ID:iG+MII5L No.354429 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This was probably one of the best animated movies ever made.
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Michael Cimino - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 08:48:13 EST ID:e2XD8zOA No.354431 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>primitive CGI

Which is funny, because I remember at the time, those effects looked amazing. I remember being floored by the previews when I was a kid.


Still haven't watched the movie though.
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Sergio Leone - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 10:23:28 EST ID:fYSIsnnf No.354441 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354419
>Final Fantasy CGI
That movie had a great cast of voices.

I need to watch this again, I didn't see the whole thing and I confuse it with Atlantis: The Lost Empire.
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Bolt Vanderhuge - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 11:07:10 EST ID:YRG886Ek No.354442 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354410

The music is perfect for the movie, and I just can't nostalgia without it.

>>354403
>it's definitely not for young kids.

My 10 year old self had a hard time wrapping my head around Korso's sacrifice. I kept waiting for them to address it somehow, but nope, his smoking corpse was just left on that switch for some maintenance worker to find in the coming weeks/months.


Abe Vigoda is now dead by Lt. Shane Vansen - Tue, 26 Jan 2016 18:49:20 EST ID:sp3eTkHN No.354193 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Goodnight sweet, wrinkly prince.
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Beldar Conehead - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 01:55:54 EST ID:e0rWJ/rk No.354393 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354392
If you dont understand late 20th century pop culture references, there's really no reason for you to be alive.
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Austin Powers - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 05:43:36 EST ID:U/Zjhtjq No.354423 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354393
Certainly no place for you on this board, at any rate
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Frank Gallagher - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 11:23:21 EST ID:TVFgkOBy No.354443 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354392
>this guys parents had sex
>this guy wasnt created through artifical insemination and then grown in a baboon womb

lets all point and laugh at the natty
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Dr. David Bowman - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 14:22:39 EST ID:sp3eTkHN No.354456 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354443

I dated a chick that was a test tube baby, shit was pretty cash.
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Robert Rodriguez - Fri, 29 Jan 2016 01:39:48 EST ID:BltI565e No.354522 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354366
>>354368

Okay sure, won't disagree that that's probably the case, but how is your "google it" not just a declaration of you trying to feel superior? If you really didn't want to give a fuck you wouldn't reply to him. I cast serious suspicion on the idea that you did it out of a sense that this chucklefuck would learn what google was and what it's for based only your reply. No, you also wanted to feel superior.

And yes, I am doing the same thing as you right now. So welcome to the muck, try to rise above me and your past self.


Family Feud by Ernball - Wed, 27 Jan 2016 00:03:33 EST ID:p9fLYI3P No.354235 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is this the most cringeworthy show on TV? I just watched about 3 minutes of it and one of the questions were, "What does a woman hate to see her man playing with?". OMG A PENIS JOKE Everytime I see this on TV, every other question is, for the most part, some shit excuse at getting 3rd grade potty humor on television.

Steve Harvey has huge teeth
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Nana Visitor - Wed, 27 Jan 2016 18:15:16 EST ID:1m+mTqus No.354326 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354318
are YOU implying that more surveyed people would say "New Hampshire" than New Jersey or New York?
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Bruno Mattei - Wed, 27 Jan 2016 18:19:33 EST ID:G/veUMfL No.354327 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354326
No I'm implying that New Hampshire, as a state, is a completely valid answer
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Jackie Brown - Wed, 27 Jan 2016 18:24:53 EST ID:5GJMPbzM No.354328 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354318
>>354327
New Hampshire is a terrible answer when you're looking for the most common answer. I wouldn't say it's dumb enough to make me remember and post about though.
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Hei - Wed, 27 Jan 2016 18:38:50 EST ID:lVlQfPRp No.354330 Ignore Report Quick Reply
And the survey said?

You're dead! Fatal Flying Guillotine chops of your fucking head
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James Bond - Wed, 27 Jan 2016 18:49:49 EST ID:YbHRlyjL No.354332 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354328
yeah a really dumb answer would have been "New England" or something


Anyone else? by HakktV2 - Tue, 26 Jan 2016 21:51:54 EST ID:x+zBKSDU No.354219 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Heya /MTV/!
I seem to remember seeing a pretty strong dislike for Zach Braff a while ago running rampant throughout this Chan. However, I like him in Scrubs. I think he's pretty versatile as an actor there, particularly in being able to play a goofball in most appearances, then flip and nail a serious scene or two with conviction.

Am I the only one that thinks/appreciates this?
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Nana Visitor - Wed, 27 Jan 2016 13:43:29 EST ID:1m+mTqus No.354289 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354274
the going "reward" for financing over a third of a movie's budget is about a third of the profits the film makes though.
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Jackie Brown - Wed, 27 Jan 2016 15:06:48 EST ID:5GJMPbzM No.354300 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354289
I don't even know what this thread is about. But if every investor got paid the same percentage of profit as the percentage they funded, there would be literally no money left to pay anyone other than investors. That's retarded.
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Jeon Woo Chi - Wed, 27 Jan 2016 15:55:39 EST ID:A9r1OiD9 No.354302 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>354254
>>354289
what the fuck how are you people still this stupid. seriously, I don't get how many times it has to be explained to you.
>financing a movie to fans without giving them any financial reward.
first of all, giving some people money through kickstarter so that they can make a movie IS NOT the same as being the goddamned executive producer. do all executive producers even get a share of a movie's profits, or do they simply get paid a big fat salary? it's probably both, but honestly I don't know. It doesn't fucking matter though because it doesn't apply to morons on kickstarter thinking they're all somehow producers.
>the going "reward" for financing over a third of a movie's budget is about a third of the profits the film makes though.
this is by far the dumbest comment I've read here all year (luckily for you the year just started).
not only did the creators NOT sign a contract with you, promising a financial reward; not only are kickstarter backers NOT "investors" of a project (despite them claiming so. how fuck delusional do you have to be, thinking you've magically adopted a new full-fledged job just by donating $10); not only are you NOT an executive producer, thus not entitled to any profits or salary; it doesn't even work that way even if you were a producer! financing a third of a movie's project does not mean you are entitled to a third of the movie's profits! it does not work this way, it has never worked this way and I'm by now pretty sure you have no idea how the movie industry works, how kickstarter or indiegogo or whatever works, or even how life itself works...

goddamn I don't even like Zach Braff, even though I loved Scrubs. he seems kind of a douche. a pretentious, self-important, arrogant, narcissistic douche. just like JD.
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Kate Mulgrew - Wed, 27 Jan 2016 16:25:59 EST ID:8pELt8wh No.354304 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354302
>doesn't actually explain how it does work
Thanks for wasting my time.
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Nana Visitor - Wed, 27 Jan 2016 16:33:15 EST ID:1m+mTqus No.354306 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354302
i know, hence my point:
>don't take advantage of your fans

The guy who can afford to make his supposed passion project should not be begging his fans for an interest free loan.


WEIRD AL by Katy Manning - Tue, 26 Jan 2016 13:31:01 EST ID:RweNhena No.354159 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>Weird Al Yankovic Tapped as Bandleader, Co-Host of IFC's 'Comedy Bang! Bang!'
http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/weird-al-yankovic-tapped-as-858906
I guess I should start watching this show, then.
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Dr. Raymond Stantz - Tue, 26 Jan 2016 19:57:22 EST ID:HI5YWvpZ No.354203 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm so behind on Comedy Bang! Bang!
What happened to Reggie? He was great!
Kid Cudi? wtf?
Weird Al is a perfect fit for the show though, he he's already had multiple cameos.
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Terry Bates - Tue, 26 Jan 2016 20:08:54 EST ID:QFNGfJCG No.354204 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354183

I remember really loving UHF when I was younger. Watched it recently and it feels so bland now, outside of couple of the skits.
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Ashley Scott - Tue, 26 Jan 2016 20:09:39 EST ID:RweNhena No.354205 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354183
his DVD commentary is gold
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Steve Buscemi - Tue, 26 Jan 2016 20:36:41 EST ID:xR9NMqFo No.354213 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>354178
That shit's hilarious.
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Cybernetic Ghost of Christmas Past from the Future - Tue, 26 Jan 2016 22:41:24 EST ID:rj1+hQOt No.354223 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I can actually start watching CBB again sweet

kid cudi was a terrible terrible choice for that show


old comedy by John "JD" Dorian - Mon, 25 Jan 2016 16:47:52 EST ID:A+bkJ9DI No.354077 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I am super picky about old fashioned comedies. Most things from before the 80s suck IMO. Suggest me more movies like pic related that are laugh out loud hilarious to this day.
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SeVeNaD !v/GMq0JQd2 - Tue, 26 Jan 2016 17:36:24 EST ID:XywZDtr0 No.354186 Report Quick Reply
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Mel Brooks, yo.
Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis movies if you want truly old school shit. Just make sure you have plenty of booze.
Three Stooges for sure.
Ma and Pa Kettle if you want to go WAY oldschool.
and never leave out..

Abbott and Costello. Their monster movies were the shit.
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Jane Fonda - Tue, 26 Jan 2016 18:07:10 EST ID:hUE35tRn No.354187 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354174
thanks man that's a good video and a cool channel
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Lt. Shane Vansen - Tue, 26 Jan 2016 18:57:26 EST ID:sp3eTkHN No.354197 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>354186

Sweet Jesus, I can't believe I forgot about Abbott & Costello. I still remember listening to my dad's old Abbott & Costello cassette as a kid in one of those toys where you could load in recordable cassettes and record shit with the microphone attached. Good times.
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Dr. Raymond Stantz - Tue, 26 Jan 2016 19:51:43 EST ID:HI5YWvpZ No.354201 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Not one mention of Animal House
you fuckin' guys

I forget who it was, maybe it was Abbott and Costello? But the "Road To...." movies are great.

Also have to give a second mention to the old school Pink Panther films with Peter Sellers. Those are classics and nothing will ever be as good (I'm looking at you, Steve Martin)
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Steve Buscemi - Tue, 26 Jan 2016 20:39:43 EST ID:xR9NMqFo No.354214 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>354146
Thirding, fourthing, and fifthing anything Marx Brothers.


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