gbruin wrote:I hadn't been that moved by a movie since Rudderless a few years ago.
Such a great film. Billy Crudup and the late Anton Yelchin
gbruin wrote:I watched Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri on TV the other day. I was really swept up by that story. I hadn't been that moved by a movie since Rudderless a few years ago.
And then it got to the end and it just stopped.
What the fuck? Seriously? You think that's art or something clever? I'm watching your movie for you to tell me a story and I expect you to come up with an ending. Have the nads to say something. If I have to imagine my own story I'll go write my own. I was an English major for long enough that I can do that.
That's crap. Utter nonsense. Ruined what was really an outstanding movie.
TenaciousBe wrote:And I didn't really see what was so great about Rockwell's performance that landed him the Oscar for it. I love Sam, but he's had much better roles over the years. Then again, the Oscars sometimes seem to be more of a "congrats for your cumulative effort over multiple movies, here's the award for this one cause we need a reason to give you one."
Ubik wrote:John Cazale is a candidate
The Godfather - 72
The Conversation - 74
The Godfather Part II - 74
Dog Day Afternoon - 75
The Deer Hunter - 78
A little longer in time, but they were also his only five feature films!
SHEAKENBAKEN wrote:I saw Infinity War last night!
Now the wait until May 3rd 2019 begins...
AB4Lyfe wrote:I’m going to see Infinity War by myself tonight because I’m too impatient to wait for my friends.
SHEAKENBAKEN wrote:AB4Lyfe wrote:I’m going to see Infinity War by myself tonight because I’m too impatient to wait for my friends.
Good Idea! I want to go see it again so badly Im watching clips people film on their shitty cameras in the theater on YouTube because I miss it that much
gbruin wrote:I avoided this thread until I could see the movie myself.
Yeah. Wow. MF'in wow.
I totally agree with FishTacos above, too. StarLord, you prick.
I'm hoping that retrieving the time stone can do for many what it let Thanos do with Vision. Is that too much to ask? Is that too obvious? When's the next movie?
Does anyone feel any sympathy for Thanos? While his methods are an atrocity, are his motives really that? I found myself not hating him at times and kind of understanding his position.
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