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He's hoping his foreskin grows back, sadly it doesn't. Circumcision is male genital mutilation.
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>>134697257
"Nobody will notice the difference, London's full of immigrants who look just like me now."

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z9L7WcdvHvA

Seriously though, is there a more horrifying scene in a movie than this one? Jesus Christ.
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>>134682556
Hate that this still makes me horny.
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>>134686778
Best post on 4chan right now, goddamn anon
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>>134685795
Based murder man
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Scared, Potter?
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>>134695951
Insecure poorfag who's still seething about Harry flexing on him all the time.
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>>134690616
Imagine having a horny female bully.
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>>134696616
Alright here it is
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>>134694100
Listen I like Arcanum as much as the next guy but this rule was never established in harry potters world.
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>>134696616
I don't know what you are talking about but I imagine most people ignore these threads because Harry Potter is the dullest franchise. Seriously each episode following the boy wizard and his pals from Hogwarts Academy as they fight assorted villains has been indistinguishable from the others. Aside from the gloomy imagery, the series’ only consistency has been its lack of excitement and ineffective use of special effects, all to make magic unmagical, to make action seem inert.

Perhaps the die was cast when Rowling vetoed the idea of Spielberg directing the series; she made sure the series would never be mistaken for a work of art that meant anything to anybody?just ridiculously profitable cross-promotion for her books. The Harry Potter series might be anti-Christian (or not), but it’s certainly the anti-James Bond series in its refusal of wonder, beauty and excitement. No one wants to face that fact. Now, thankfully, they no longer have to.

a-at least the books were good though "No!" The writing is dreadful; the book was terrible. As I read, I noticed that every time a character went for a walk, the author wrote instead that the character "stretched his legs."

I began marking on the back of an envelope every time that phrase was repeated. I stopped only after I had marked the envelope several dozen times. I was incredulous. Rowling's mind is so governed by cliches and dead metaphors that she has no other style of writing. Later I read a lavish, loving review of Harry Potter by the same Stephen King. He wrote something to the effect of, "If these kids are reading Harry Potter at 11 or 12, then when they get older they will go on to read Stephen King." And he was quite right. He was not being ironic. When you read "Harry Potter" you are, in fact, trained to read Stephen King.

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is this the only true example of a chadette in modern cinema
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>>134696179
So wrestling is about watching women do man stuff these days? Glad I grew out of it.
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>>134696840
Kaiju big battel, nigga. Thank me later
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>>134697038
absolutamente basado
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Even when I was into this shit in the Attitude era, I don't think I ever saw a single good female match. They're so much more notoriously fake than the males it's embarrassing.
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>>134696840
watch Nakamura vs Styles WK10
Omega vs Okada II
Takahashi vs Ishiimori BOSJ Finals
and then for true art
Taker vs Styles WM
these are the only matches worth watching
but there is one more thing
Lucha Underground seasons 1 and 2

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Cast it.
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>>134694484
haley joel osment as young link
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>>134696912
this would be kino, it would make me sad to see carrey relegated to vidya flicks for the rest of his career though
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>>134694484

DRUMPF AS GANNIN!
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>>134696087
wes anderson directs
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>>134697007
Carrey can be in whatever he wants for the rest of his life. The man is box office gold.

What's next for 6ft tall Katherine Waterston?
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She's already 40, her career is beyond dead
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>>134694455
a nightmare, as I'm 6'2"
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Ideally her feet in my mouth but we'll see
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>>134697125
It can't be that bad
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>>134694483
start shopping for shoes the same place as DeNiro

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You've been freely owning up to your own past , I better do some confessing myself. Francios was an art dealer, and I? Well I was an artist... or I thought I was, anyway. Like elmire, I too was once a hungry painter. But not here in France, no I was hungry in Ireland. I'd come there to paint, bought a donkey and cart, filled the cart with paint and canvas's, and went traveling. At night I slept under the cart. It was a... very nice summer.

But then when I got to Dublin, the donkey had to go up for auction, and so did I. My paintings were gone, all given away to the Irish farmers who'd given me food; I'd run out of paint, and money; I was 16 years old and my career, you could say, was at the crossrodads. Winter was coming in. Oh I guess I could have found myself an honest job as a dishwasher or something but no I took the easy way, I went on the stage. I'd never been on the stage but I told them in Dublin I was a famous start from New York and somehow got them to believe me. And that's how I started: began at the top, and have been working my way down ever since. If acting is an art, cooking up that phony Broadway career was a fine case of art forgery.
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Source??

guess the movie by the minimalist poster
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>>134696764
Wrong, filename was just a bait.
>>134696943
Also wrong, but keep trying
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>>134697144
Sure anon
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>>134696361
event horizon?
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>>134697258
No
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>>134696361
Alright fellas, i gotta go, the correct answer was L.A. Confidential

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Rumor has it that RLM™ Plinkett™ Review of Star Trek: PICARD™ is responsible for making Amazon™ walking out of the deal of acquiring the rights of the Star Trek™ franchise and killing the investors interest in funding Star Trek: Strange New Worlds™

How can one man have such power?
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>>134695800
CBS won't sell it
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>>134695527
Tell your uncle to dilate
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>>134695523
Reflects the era. 1960s were pretty optimistic despite looming war with the klingons/russians.

TNG was end of cold war, new peace but a respectful but suspicious view of china.

Post 9/11 there has been no optimism in the world.
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>>134691093
Based
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>>134695523
Meaningful intelligence and nuance died a decade ago when postmodernism and social media consumed the attention of the elite. Now you just need to rail off a bunch of "intelligent" sounding garbage about quantum phasing and quark matrix reflectors

>AAAAAH! LOVE MUH EURO CINEMA!!! BERGMAN! TARKOVSKY! BRESSON!
>Ew, you like capeshit? fag
Admit American blockbusters are real cinema and on the same level as European cinema and art films.
Infinity War and Civil War were the most innovative examples of narrative film making in recent history. Up there with Seventh Seal and Winter Light.
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>>134696709
turbo brain can't even type. kek
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>>134692814
>since the 60's
Christ. Read a book.
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>>134695830
Lord of the rings was amateurish as a book, but the film adaptation stripped away what little depth it had.
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>>134696798
It wasn't planned ahead, though. Not from the start.
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>>134697196
well yeah they didn't know if there was an audience for it but at some point after iron man's success they planned ahead.

ITT movies zoomers will never understand.
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I was at a screening of Easy Rider, and some dumb bitch put her airpods in and scrolled through Spotify for the whole thing. It was an awful, but I do love the movie
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>>134696538
Nobody understands this movie.
It's just a surreal acid trip.
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>>134697328
*awful experience

They don't make them like this anymore: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HmZm8vNHBSU
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bump
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for me, it's the justice lords
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For me it's Green Lantern.
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wasn't the first or second episode with that fucking best korea death machine and atom man? cuz that was fucking great
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>>134697039
1st unlimited episode.

>tfw no Cersei mummy
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>>134697280
I’d prefer a Cersei sister
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>>134697280
I just want to rest my head on her lap while she pats my head and calls me a good boy

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Thread for the discussion of arthouse and classic cinema.

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It's literally impossible to watch this film and not do the indian head-shake thingy at least once.
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>>134697318
>the indian head-shake thingy
what's that?
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What should I watch tonight /film/?
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>>134697583
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uj56IPJOqWE
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>>134697722
hahahaha! learn something new every day, I guess.

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The undisputed queen of 90's/2000's crime thrillers co-starring a veteran older male actor as a friendly authority figure.


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