Alright hopefully you've watched the trailer already before reading but...
Mad Maxxers, I don't feel so good.
That trailer looked awful with a lot of dogshit CGI... Lets review.
- The title. "Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga"
Wtf is this shit? Everyone remembers Mad Max and Furiosa from Fury Road. Literally why would add this dumb shit "A Mad Max Saga"? Treat your audience like adults ffs. "Furiosa" would be the perfect title, in the vein of when Stallone returned as Murder Jerky man in "RAMBO" 2008, which was technically Rambo 4 but they didn't frick around and just treated you like an adult.
Honestly if you're going to to choose something so stupid just name it "Mad Max 5: Fury Road 2: Furiosa: A Marvel Multiverse Madness Road Warrior Story Saga Beyond Thunderdome" already.
- The CGI. FRICK. THEY LITERALLY SPENT 230 MILLION ON THIS SHIT, FURY ROAD WITH IT'S MOSTLY PRACTICAL EFFECTS COST 170 MILLION, WHAT HAPPENED?
SHIT CGI MONSTER TRUCK
SHITTY MARVEL MOVIE VIBES AND WAAAAAY FRICKING OVERSATURATED FOR A POST APOCALYPSE MAD MAX MOVIE
LOOK AT THIS MOTHERLOVERS EXPLOSIVE SPEAR, IT LITERALLY DISAPPEARS BECAUSE THE CGI IS SO SHIT. FRICKIN MARVEL MAGIC SPEAR OF DESTINY SHIT RIGHT THERE.
JEWISH THOR GETTING BURIED IN SHITTY CGI SHELLS BUT HAVING NO REACTION TO THEM EXISTING SO IT LOOKS 100% R-SLURRED. THIS WOULD HAVE LOOKED BETTER IF THEY JUST FRICKING THREW SOME FRICKING JAWAS AND JAR JAR FRICKING BINKS ON TOP OF HIM TO OBSCURE THE SHITTY CAPESHIT ACTING.
THE CGI SAND IS LITERALLY LITTLE FRICKIN BALLS, LIKE THE SIZE OF PACHINKO BALLS FROM PHYSICS SIMULATOR OR SOMETHING AND LOOKS LIKE SHIT LITERALLY AND NOT LIKE SAND
THE ARM LOOKS LIKE SHIT TOO. FAKE UNCANNY VALLEY. ALSO LMAO SHE WEARS BLACKFACE
I really hate that stupid main actress as well, almost as much as capeshit guy. Her eyes are so fricking far apart I can't stand it! The ONLY way I can plausibly see them mansplain this choice (having previously casted the talented Charlize Theron) is because instead of a sexy strong woman they really just wanted an actress who literally looks like they were a deformed mutant born in a radioactive wasteland or something. Who knows? Maybe they will be able to work that into the plot as a secret weapon of hers, which is that she IMPOSSIBLE to sneak up on, because her peripheral vision from her freakishly spaced out eyes literally extends 360 degrees around the back of her oversized frickin' bug-eyed head.
Cross your fingers friends that this was just some rushed test effects as they finished up refilming them with all practical effects like they previous did in Fury Road.
Tell me its gonna be okay please
I'm gonna go pour myself another double
Cbf effortposting but you get the idea capitalism bad etc.
The first of Alan Clarke's grimy looks at how shite knife crime island was before it became even shite-er.
Notable for being Ray Winstone's film debut and being banned and unbanned by the High Court.
Be prepared for spills, thrills and ""Scum's brutality makes it a genuinely harrowing film.
The bleak, snow-dusted locations, the featureless interiors of the institution, the perfect casting
and magnificent acting of the indifferent and brutal staff make borstal appear to be what can only be described as a living heck."
Please post thoughts on Made In Britain as well plz
Really good camera work and everyone really puts in their all to their characters. I WON'T spoil anything but there is a scene where the Bi-Chud sucks up bathwater his Chad friend coomed in after jerking off while stalking him in secret.
I left when they started talking about “internet memes” and “podcasts”
Somehow this issue is more contentious than Israel/Palestine:
After following her Oscar-winning directorial debut "Promising Young Woman" with the star-studded comedy of manners "Saltburn," it's safe to say that Emerald Fennell's filmmaking career is off to a good start. And if the British hyphenate gets her way, her resume might soon include an entry in cinema's most beloved prehistoric franchise.
In a new interview with Deadline, Fennell was asked about her dream projects as a filmmaker and actress. While she acknowledged that she has not suffered from a lack of creative freedom in her directing career, Fennell said that she dreams of putting her own subversive spin on a "Jurassic Park" movie.
"I honestly feel that I've been so lucky. I've been able to make my dream projects already," Fennell said. "But my favorite film of all time is 'Jurassic Park,' so I would love to get in on the dinosaurs. Well, first and foremost, it's very erotic. I think humans and dinosaurs have gotten to that stage in their time together where things are starting to get quite thrilling. So, there's a marriage between a man and a velociraptor and it's basically a domestic drama."
Fennell also opened up about the types of acting roles that would interest her if she is somehow unable to garner Hollywood support for a human-on-dinosaur romance in the near future. She expressed a desire to play a Disney-style villain, and lamented that she missed her chance to play Ursula after Melissa McCarthy landed the role in Disney's live action "The Little Mermaid."
"I think it's got to be a super villain, right?" Fennell said when asked about her dream role. "It's sad they've just done 'The Little Mermaid' because Ursula the Sea Witch is my inspiration and my muse. I've always loved her. I've always felt she deserves her own prequel where she's misunderstood. She's just going to the clubs, in that iconic outfit, stuffing souls into little bottles and then harvesting them."
- Hindu_Valley_Thuggee : Total soylennial deat
Literally every single negative thing you heard about the movie is right. Yes, he shoots at the pyramids with cannons and everything. Yes, there's multiple s*x scenes where he pathetically humps his bored wife and cums in like ten seconds.
The movie is almost 3 hours long, out of which, 10 minutes are spent on literally anything politics related (his entire rise to power), 5 minutes on Toulon, 5 minutes on Austerlitz, 10 minutes on the entirety of Russia campaign, 10 minutes on Waterloo, and the remaining two hours are spent on him being a sad pathetic simp to his girlboss wife. Half a movie in they divorce and you start to think finally it's over and rest of the movie is going to be just about him. Right? WRONG. She's still 60% of all screentime. Then she literally dies and you think okay surely now her part of the movie is over. Right? WRONG. He still keeps thinking about her, talking about her, and hearing her voice in his head. They even framed his return from Elba as him being jealous of the Russian emperor meeting her (same thing with his return from Egypt, he only left because he found out she's cheating and was having a chudrage moment). Zero mentions of Spain at all in the movie, Prussians are only mentioned in the context of Waterloo (Jena? Leipzig? Never mentioned.) and Italy is only mentioned in passing like twice.
The one criticism I disagree with about this movie is it jerks off the British too much, if that was the case, it would have Nelson and Wellington only shows up in the last 20 or so minutes of the movie.
What have you plebs been watching? How was it? Tell us!
Fargo Season 5 - 2 episodes out, surprisingly good so far. If you were missing quirky mayo midwesterners, this season is for you. The main female is kinda op, but not so much so that they make her out to be like Jason Bourne. Also Jon Hamm with nipple rings and a cowboy hat. Steve from Stranger Things is basically playing the Simon Says Cop lol
The Curse - 3rd episode was outstanding. 2 must watch shows this year: 1. Barry 2. The Curse
Invincible - Omni Man goes around making babies with other species, which is against the law, and starts when his mess has to be cleaned up? Am I getting this right? Frick this show
Eastern Promises (2007) - Vigo Mortesson (?) plays a
Inside Llewyn Davis (2013) - Mumford & Sons: The Movie, directed by the Coen Brothers. Actually really enjoyed this one. Around 1hr40min. Oscar Isaac carries the movie on his back and the setting and tone is consistently dreary but comforting. Like a rainy day spent indoors. Also there's a in the movie