Report in if you got to drink at Quark's bar before they got rid of this glorious place.
Well, I never got to have an actual, adult drink there. But still, my Dad took me when I was a kid and it was incredibly awesome. Maybe it's nostalgia goggles, I don't know. Who else has fond memories of Star Trek: the Experience?
>he doesn't browse /tv/ while drinking eggnog and listening to Hall and Oates
>drinking shit soco instead of hood
You're out of touch.
>ending of the movie
>something unexpectedly bad happens
>"SOMEBODY" by smash mouth starts playing
>fade into credits
Why does this flick get such acclaim? The acting is awful, the dialog makes me wince, the plot is baffling (not deep or complicated, just confusing as to why someone would think it's a good idea), and the effects are just pretty good. Is it just because it's attached to a big name like Cronenberg?
ah shit nigga how they gonna beat this?
So, now that it's over. We can all agree, right?
Fargo S1 >>> Fargo S2
Who's better at filmmaking?
Japanese or Koreans?
The Japanese were better in the past, but there's only been a handful of good films out of there in the last decade.
Korea has put out a lot of solid movies as of late, but only a couple of great ones.
Miss me yet?
hes confirmed to be in episode 8 , feelsgoodman.jpg
Feels bad that we will never get Two-Face billy Dee in a batman film
so its agreed right? its better than Breaking Bad
No, it's just as fucking bad. I keep telling people that you need to wait until the end to see if it shits the bed before you start giving it ridiculous amounts of praise but no one ever does.
Same with True Detective, same with Breaking Bad. Everyone gets super excited starts calling the show an all time great and putting it on their top 5 shows but then you get to end of the season and it's just "...oh".
All of these shows look so small in hindsight when you think about all the excitement they generated when all the possibilities were still on the table.
>oh, it's nazis.
>oh, it's green ears bumpkin
>Oh, it's a pointless face swap to add redundant continuity
Letterboxd thread: post your profile and discuss recent watches
How is TV/Film in Mexico?
Who're your favorite directors? Mine so far are pic related.
good taste tbvh
Kiarostami, Antonioni, Fellini, Renoir, Wes and PT Anderson, Jacques Demy, Fassbinder, Scorsese, Woody Allen, F. Coppola
Do you enjoy the films of Steve McQueen (the director)?
I prefer the films with Steve McQueen (the actor).
TFA's press screening is today. Guess the Rotten Tomatoes score.
Post Star Wars memes pls
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