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No. 32211 ID: 885afe hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
  Just got back from the movies with my GF, we got bored and decided to go see "The Kingsman"

For the first half of the movie I kept wondering why the movie was rated R. Then there is a particular scene and I understood exactly, and it only ramped up from there.

It basically felt like John Wick + Scott Pilgrim + Old Connery era Bod films.

All in all, very good time, certainly suggest watching it.
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>> No. 32256 ID: 885afe
  >>32251
Manners maketh man.

This video is only tangentially related to the thread. But its thug as fuck.
>> No. 32277 ID: 49b68f
I just got back from seeing it. I kind of felt like it was trying too hard at a certain point but it's the saints row 3 of spy movies.


the last scene is buttfucking
>> No. 32279 ID: b47db1
>>32211
Isn't that the movie where they have access to cutting edge technology and are running fucking Tokarevs or some shit?
>> No. 32298 ID: d03143
  >>32279
>> No. 32299 ID: 9507dc
>>32279
Yes.

At first I thought it was one of those old colt 1903s which would have been a weird cool thing, but instead they're tokarevs with a 12 gauge barrel which is cool in it's own way I guess.


Someone also gets killed with a pistol frame.


No. 32278 ID: 68aa6b hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  looks like it might be so bad its good
>> No. 32280 ID: cd49aa
Definitely looks entertaining.
>> No. 32281 ID: c044b5
  Looks great


No. 32031 ID: 885afe hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
  New stuff you found recently.

This new manson album is really good imo.

And he can keep doing stuff like this all he wants.
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>> No. 32089 ID: ed12a3
  Speaking of awesome songs found in movies...

Holy shit, this track. And the scene it was in.
Home Depot is apparently a very dangerous place to take on a former intelligence operative.
>> No. 32092 ID: 885afe
>>32089
Yeah I was very very pleasantly surprised by that movie.

The thing about that scene, he could have easily picked up their guns and just blasted em all, but nah, that would be too easy. Time to hang people with barbed wire and shit.
>> No. 32093 ID: ed12a3
>>32092
Agreed.

In fact, the ONLY time I remember him using a gun to kill someone in the movie was when he confronted the Russian gangster that beat up that woman and used the suppressed handgun one of the thugs had. You see evidence of him having USED guns in the mansion scene at the end of the movie, but you never actually SEE him using them. While part of me was just going "pick up a gun, ffs," I have to commend the writers and director for making the film work THAT well without utilizing guns. Plus, we basically have John Wick on the opposite end of the scale so... It's all good.
>> No. 32097 ID: 885afe
  >>32093
Another thing about that movie. I really liked how well written his character was and the phenomenal acting by Denzel to incorporate his obvious OCD. It was just really really cool to see basically OCD + HSLD.

I will say, I was really really pleasantly surprised by both the Equalizer and John Wick.

I know I shill pretty hard for John Wick, but it easily shot up into the top 20 of my all time favorite movies.

You wanna know what Zeus said to Narcissus? "You better watch yourself.."
>> No. 32265 ID: b47db1
>>32097
John wick was a fucking idiot really on a number of things.


No. 32175 ID: cb5ffa hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
  Holy crap, this man is a genius. Sam Hyde and MDE are one of the funniest things I've seen in a long time. All those liberal tears.
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>> No. 32249 ID: e8f72b
>>32241
This ban confuses me, it is a speech shitting all over anime while only in short bit. Is posting a speech making fun of anime while only at some parts of a 40+min speech showing the images and then shitting on them for how weird it is to idolize in his opinion what he says is almost child porn.
This post is more of a question then anything else.
>> No. 32250 ID: e7f332
May have been an itchy ban finger, but essentially if your post contains anime you are at risk of ban.
>> No. 32252 ID: 8fd85b
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Holy fuck, this is beautiful. I don't know if you guys fully comprehend what is happening here. Until this video, there has been no way to invoke the stomach churning repulsion in hipsters that hipsters invoke in everyone else. When you see something like pic, and you want to just blast that fuck in his stupid performance "artist" face, THAT is the feeling he was giving to these Williamsburg trust fund baby pieces of shit.

Fucking masterpiece.

>>32178
I imagine the stats he's quoting and mixing together there is the anti-gay equivalent of the Brady Bill crowd vomiting out the results of unrigorous hack studies that "prove" gun ownership increases danger to oneself.
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>>32252
I loved it how every time he asked one of the Williamsburg hipsters how did they pay their rent last month, they always said their parents. I was laughing my ass off. Covered in new tattoos and new clothes but cant pay your own rent? Truly a generation of children.
>> No. 32255 ID: 7dadba
Trolling...

Guise have I somehow found a portal via OPchan to the internet circa 2007?


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32193 No. 32193 ID: 5f2bf8 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Here's my Diptych project for my photography class
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>> No. 32240 ID: 68aa6b
  >>32236
are the DC Animated Movies considered anime?
>> No. 32243 ID: fa8530
>>32239
"Wakfu is a tactical turn-based MMORPG developed by Ankama Games, which was released for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux on February 29, 2012."
"An animated television series based on the game began airing in France from October 30, 2008. The series has also spawned various comics, a trading card game and a board game."

Game came first, sage because thread derailment.
>> No. 32244 ID: 392726
>>32243
what difference does that make? He posted pics of the anime, not pics of the game.

Are you the type who argues that his NES is a Famicom?
>> No. 32248 ID: e7f332
>Do not post Anime or MLP in boards other than /dmz/.

I think that's pretty clear.

If I google the subject matter and the results are anime, it's anime.
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32254
>>32248


No. 32165 ID: 1fb1a6 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
  lol wut
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>> No. 32170 ID: 885afe
>>32165
Im just curious how much they spent on CGI in that little short film, cause it was fairly damn impressive.
>> No. 32173 ID: cd49aa
>>32170
Me too, I was surprised by the quality.
>> No. 32174 ID: 885afe
>>32173
I did a little reading.

Turns out the guy who did it (did lone survivor movie, and a walk amongst the tombstones or whatever) payed for everything (actors, sets, CGI, etc etc) out of his own pocket because he wanted to make it.

Respek.
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32238
Rita really makes my monster grow.
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32245
>>32238


No. 32184 ID: 17e2ba hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  Anyone watch "The Voices" yet?

It's a great flick. Totally not a comedy like the trailer makes it out to be. GF and I have been talking about it for the last few days after seeing it.

Ryan Reynolds has the most likable character in this film of any where he's performed before.
>> No. 32185 ID: 0dcdc8
  >>273261
>Totally not a comedy

That remains to be seen. I laughed my ass off at this.
>> No. 32186 ID: 0dcdc8
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32186
>>273261
Again, tough not to laugh with stuff like this and the cat dialog.
>> No. 32187 ID: 7dadba
>>273261
That is a symptom of a lot of misleading movie previews, trying to promote something as belonging to one, strictly specific genre. It seems to happen the most with comedies, like some of the Wes Anderson movies, which are really more like quirky slightly goofy mello-dramas.

Though really, if you know how to read in between the lines in previews, you can tell from the few split seconds of each scene whether it will be straight up traditional comedy or more like dark satire.
>> No. 32188 ID: 9aea35
>disembodied head
>funny
we've crossed a line here, and cant seem to locate it again
>> No. 32189 ID: 1f1d62
>>273278

It's hard to cross lines without feet, but you got to get a head somehow.


No. 32162 ID: 381ee6 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  Possibly worse than the IRS attacks on republicans
>> No. 32164 ID: cd4a7e
>On January 29, 2015, the FDIC issued a Financial Institution Letter that "effectively ends Operation Choke Point."

Still scary though.


No. 32145 ID: cd4a7e hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  This is actually pretty funny.
>> No. 32153 ID: 095a2b
Pretty funny but they sound more like Minnesota or North Dakota accents to me
>> No. 32157 ID: 1e7cc7
  THE PURGE: WHITE COLLAR http://youtu.be/SWygTGTu_9g
Before you see THE PURGE: ANARCHY this weekend, get up to speed with THE PURGE: OLIGARCHY.


No. 32113 ID: 963c4b hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  The fine line between discipline and sadism.
The Hill (1965) - Sean Connery, Ian Hendry & Harry Andrews
http://youtu.be/HdzJdxa0e1s
The Hill is a 1965 film directed by Sidney Lumet, set in a British army prison in North Africa in World War II. It stars Sean Connery, Harry Andrews, Ian Bannen, Ossie Davis, Ian Hendry, Alfred Lynch, Roy Kinnear and Michael Redgrave.

In a British Army "glasshouse" (military detention camp) in the Libyan Desert, prisoners convicted of service offences such as insubordination, being drunk whilst on duty, going AWOL or petty theft etc. are subjected to repetitive drill in the blazing desert heat.
The arrival of five new prisoners slowly leads to a clash with the camp authorities. One new NCO guard who has also just arrived employs excessive punishments, which include forcing the five newcomers to repeatedly climb a man-made hill in the center of the camp. When one dies a power struggle erupts between brutal Staff Sergeant Williams (Ian Hendry), humane Staff Sergeant Harris (Ian Bannen), Regimental Sergeant Major Wilson (Harry Andrews), and the camp's Medical Officer (Michael Redgrave) as they struggle to run the camp in conflicting styles.

Roberts (Sean Connery) is a former Squadron Sergeant Major from the Royal Tank Regiment, convicted of assaulting his Commanding Officer - which he explains to his fellow inmates was because he was ordered to lead his men in a senseless suicidal attack. Roberts openly scorns Williams brutality and serves as challenge to his authority. The RSM is a career soldier who sees his vital task as breaking down failed soldiers, then building them back up again, in his words, "into men!"

Staff Sergeant Williams is new to the prison, and his ambition is matched only by his cruel treatment of the prisoners; he seeks to use their suffering as means for promotion. "And what are you supposed to be," Roberts asks him when he is accused of cowardice in battle, "a brave man in a permanent base job?" The RSM seems to agree; in another scene, he slyly mentions the fact that the Germans were bombing the UK (including the civilian prison Williams worked at) just as Williams was volunteering for prison duty in Africa.

Staff Sergeant Harris is the conscience of the prison who sympathises with the men, too closely, according to the RSM. The officers of the piece, both the CO (Norman Bird) and the Medical Officer, take their duties casually and, as Roberts points out, "everyone is doing time here, even the screws."

In the finale, the camp's Medical Officer and Staff Sergeant Harris decide to report the abuses at the camp. Sadistic Staff Sergeant Williams goes to administer one final, perhaps fatal, beating to Sergeant Major Roberts, when two prisoners intervene and appear to beat Williams to death while Roberts plea
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