People shit on it, but this is one of my favorite movies of all time. I watch it every November 5th.
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Saddening... that all those teenagers got laid way more times than me back then
"Everybody in the German army's heard of Hugo Stiglitz"
You've got your fucking facts wrong, fam
WTF!!! you damns cucks!!! Why nobody has put the GREATEST GODTIER MOVIE OF ALL TIMES???
It was a joke when I posted it but you're right it's not a bad movie in the slightest. There's a few questionable aspects of the movie, like how towards the end half instead of feeling like a montage or like a time lapse, it felt more like they were just rushing the last part of the movie
Some of the camera work was a little iffy, and the bones puppet scene still confuses me
Is he in love with that skeleton
But the movie is well made, the jokes are well timed, it has a great cast, and it's fun to watch. Jon Favreau actually reminds me of when my dad was younger in this movie, my dad being a chef, and it's a rather familiar and nostalgic feeling seeing someone, even just a character, so passionate about gastronomy.
7/10 in my book
Don't get me wrong I hate muslims as much as the next sane White guy, but the sight of hundreds of them being led to their mass grave in this move was horrifying.
It is a documentary for all you autists out there
Anon, that movie you posted is a nice comedy, well done, original script, not oscar worthy but a good movie overall within its gender, agreed with you 7/10 will watch it again.
>Best Coen movie
I think not
You realize that picture's from the shit-tier sequel, right?
Underrated movie. Alas, most of you only know the cut up version.
This movie is the most bafflingly unfunny shit I've ever seen in my life, ever. I nearly want to do a behavioral study and observe people watching it and try to figure out what the fuck they're laughing at. There literally isn't a single fucking joke in the entire film. It's a boring guy going about his boring life being boring.
also pic relate get on my level faggots
Choose Life. Choose a job. Choose a career. Choose a family. Choose a fucking big television, choose washing machines, cars, compact disc players and electrical tin openers. Choose good health, low cholesterol, and dental insurance. Choose fixed interest mortgage repayments. Choose a starter home. Choose your friends. Choose leisurewear and matching luggage. Choose a three-piece suite on hire purchase in a range of fucking fabrics. Choose DIY and wondering who the fuck you are on a Sunday morning. Choose sitting on that couch watching mind-numbing, spirit-crushing game shows, stuffing fucking junk food into your mouth. Choose rotting away at the end of it all, pishing your last in a miserable home, nothing more than an embarrassment to the selfish, fucked up brats you spawned to replace yourself.
Choose your future.
Is that a nissan gtr?
>Just a perfect day Drink sangria in the park And then later, when it gets dark We go home
>Just a perfect day Feed animals in the zoo Then later a movie, too And then home
>Oh, it's such a perfect day I'm glad I spent it with you Oh, such a perfect day You just keep me hanging on You just keep me hanging on
Rawest portrayal of the consequences of hard drug addiction of all time, and it takes place in the "future" in a bit of an alternate universe of sorts. One of my favorites with that distrust of the system we all love.
>Definitely... people like to say America's history isn't "unique" and that it's boring (absolutely bullshit), but the American Wild West is quintessential America.
Ehh, I'm samefag that said it's a 10/10 film (and it fucking IS) but admittedly the "Wild West" was a lot less exciting than the movies made it out to be. Today everybody believes it was a violent place with a gun on every hip; but in reality crime then wasn't much worse than it is today.
rawest zombie movie of all time...about simple survival without much of a "safe zone" that a lot of zombie movies tend to have (besides that military mansion but that was much less secure than a mall, an underground cave, or a fortress surrounded by three rivers).
Possibly the best display of acting I have ever seen, truly genius.
What's horrifying about it is it takes place in the UK where there are no fucking guns. Worst place possible for the zombie apocalypse.
Also inb4 fags baawing that the infected are "not zombies!"
Just watched this again, haven't watched it in over 10 years, forgot how fucking awesome it was.
>No Country for Old Men
Excellent film, Javier Bardem absolutely deserved that Best Supporting Oscar several times over.
But I admit, personally I have a hard time fully enjoying the film because of how head-deskingly fucktarded the character of Llewelyn Moss is.
The Best Years of Our Lives. no special effects, no gags, no one liners. all story, the way great movies used to be.
Stick On the Waterfront in there too.
I make no apologies and feel no shame for posting this.