That is so subtle, good catch.
For those who can't see it, it's Wolverine's arms crossed with his claws out
In a sub full of thinly veiled fan theories, this is a golden beacon of hope.
Yeah... took me way too long to see it. Damned cool though.
Well... I work in post, we did this movie. I've seen it more times than most anyone out there. This would have been talked about if anyone had noticed.
I'm going to ask around the office on Monday, but it's new to me.
What a fucking amazing catch. I say it's a high quality OC find.
It’s weird to think that the child actress ends up naked in The Hunger Games. Actually don’t think about it.
The Hunger Games has nudity?
100% Yes. One of my favorite books, and it actually explains why the government doubts the experience so much.
Also, they send 5 people, not just 1.
she takes off her dress in one of the scenes, but then they only show her back and body from her shoulders and upward
The craziest thing is that Angela Bassett is fucking 60 years old and looks about 40 in everyday life
And Chadwick Boseman is 40.
No, it’s more of Mom’s having eyes in the back of there heads and can see everything
I actually love how Angela Basset's character isn't referred to as her character's name. She's always Angela Basset, no matter who she plays lmfao
I’ve always had this theory that Neville wasn’t as bad of a wizard as they made him out to be. He was obviously forgetful and had his moments, but most of the negative we saw from him was in Snape’s class and things that required wandwork.
After his father’s wand breaks (Dept of Mysteries right?) he gets a new wand the next year. After he gets the new wand, he suddenly becomes a significantly better wizard. I think Neville got a bad rap because he used a hand me down wand. I think Ron had the same issues in book 1 and 2.
The wand chooses the wizard after all
Ehhhhh he also mentions that he didn't show any signs of magic as a child until his uncle held him out a window to try to force it out of him. I think he was just a late bloomer. The wand probably helped though.
I also think he had so much pressure to be good as a wizard because of his parent’s legacy. Like his grandmother was constantly comparing him to his father so maybe that suppressed his childhood capabilities.
With Merope Gaunt we see how your environment can impact your magical abilities.
I’ve always hated the concept of the remembrall because there’s no point telling me I forgot something if I don’t know what that something is.
I wonder if the wizarding world has something like those late night infomercials where you can buy stuff that seem nice in concept but terrible in execution.
So this means that the Cars world had a World War II. Which means that it also had a Car Hitler. And a Car Holocaust.
Definitely. The vehicles in Cars are representative of vehicle types of their real world counterparts. And Sarge is a '41 military jeep used during WW2. This image looks to be capturing their mass production to support the war effort.
This is Sarge's bio from a Disney Wiki:
Sarge is a 1941 Willys military Jeep. He proudly served in World War 2 and received the Grille Badge of True Mettle for towing a tank to safety in the Battle of the Bulge.
sounds like something a VW would say
God damn jew cars
That is some masterclasses acting because his expression doesn't change one iota but in a split second the entire mood shifts almost violently. Wow.
It's also directing. Notice the slightest amount of zoom in those few seconds on each subject. Combine that with Waltz doing Waltz-y shit and you've got tension thicker than the créme on Landa's favorite strudel.
Yes, this transition made my heart sink immediately. He has the Frenchman by the balls from word go, but in this moment it switches from questioning and exchanging pleasantries to putting him in mortal danger.
He does this same shift again when he’s eating strudel with Shoshana in the cafe, but he lets her off the hook at the last minute.
I think what adds to Landa's terrifying persona is how muscular and beefy the farmer is in comparison, yet Landa reduces him to tears.
I've seen these movies a hundred times. I don't know how I missed this! Good find.
God damn do I miss these movies. The first Austin Powers was some absurd evolution of family friendly humor mixed right into completely inappropriate gags. There's incredible scenes in every single one, and a lot of the humor is pretty timeless. I'd really like to watch them again right now.
Easily one of the best scenes:
Bc hes great at his job of acting as an unrecognizable henchmen. His looks are plain and he doesnt really stand out.
So I’ve actually been a great actor my entire life?
Didn't Borden switch places with his twin so he could live with his daughter at the end? So really Borden's twin meets the same fate he caused his brother's wife to have.
The "real" Angier was shot by his copy the first time he stepped in Tesla's machine.
Yo I always thought he owned up to it and the brother ended up taking care of the daughter
Wow with how many times I've seen that one I never noticed, great catch.
It's even squared instead of offset lower like in chemical compounds... sheesh I never even caught that before.
Haha thanks. It definitely took me a minute to catch.
Either way, it's quite obviously meant to be a peepee joke.
That's because he spread his buttcheeks as Mike Honcho.
Haha that's the sex number