Okay /tv/, what if you were a story executive at Fox in the 90's? What would you do to make the Star Wars prequels good?
Be honest, what's the last movie you've seen him in?
Protect his daughters smile at all cost.
Emma is love.
Emma is life.
I just want to see Emma smile again.
CHARLIE WHERE IS MY BABY?!?!?!?!? THEY TOOK MY BABY!!!!!!
what are you watching RIGHT NOW
what do you want to see in the Man From Earth sequel, /tv/?
why do people pretend to like this when its actually really boring and literally nothing happens?
>My name is Travis. I am the Moonstar.
What did he mean by this?
>IF WE SPEND MORE WE WILL MAKE MORE RIGHT?!?
>Talking to Spanish magazine El Pais Seminal, Bayona said he'd be working with a budget of $260m - $110m more than Jurassic World, which cost a reported $150m (no small potatoes either, to be fair).
Most underrated John Carpenter kino?
Watched this for the first time the other day. Was surprisingly spooky, but I think it suffered from having too many main characters and the soundtrack not showing up enough. Carpenter horror really relies on the soundtrack to heighten the fear, and without it, some parts fall flat.
Loved the cast though. Always nice to see Hal Holbrook.
Don't want to sound like a dick or nothing, but it says on your chart that you're fucked up.
Ah, you talk like a fag, and your shit's all 'tarded
Is she going to make it?
Was this great or just a flavour of the month meme 4channer show?
Whos ready for YA capeshit?
What do you think Hollywood's ideal height is?
Will Thor be there?
Now that the dust has settled, can we all agree this was kino as fuck?
what's your definition of comfy movie?
For example Sci-Fi movies set in a spaceship are my kind of comfy movies. I don't really mind if they are shit or masterpiece, I just love them regardless they are good or not
Who's ready for the neckbeard?
why didn't the eagles just nuke mordor?
ITT: Movies you didnt give a fuck after watching but found yourself thinking about them days after
Pic related for me
Still can't believe Rhaegar and Robert fucked up and entire continent over this uggo.
This is pretty good for a 20 minute sitcom
The episodes can be very hit or miss but the cast has great chemistry and the characters are top tier comfy
>delivery driver and a secretary
>large 2 story house Queens with a basement, yard and a two car garage
Massive plot hole.
the dad was deeply connected with the NY branch of the italian mafia
that's why they have to put up with him through the entire show. he's a very lucrative and dangerous man who also happens to be paying their bills.
Amadeus was released 32 years ago today.
Let's have a discussion about this incredible film.
I was lucky enough to be able to watch in a theater recently. Was a pretty good experience.
For me it was one of those movies which I consider a true masterpiece and almost a perfect movie. It surprisingly has great rewatch value for me and while it is a period piece there isn't that usual feeling of people just putting on movie costumes. Of course the music just can't be beat
Why does Cartman think girls have balls when seasons ago they tried to steal a list from the girls involving a plan by kicking them in the balls which ended up backfiring because they soon learned girls don't have balls?
Are you ready for The Crown?
>John Lithgow as Churchill
Will be watching just for that
Shame they didn't get a hotter actress for young Liz, she was much more qt than this chick
Hello darkness, my old friend
Why did they make him so fucking stupid in the later seasons
What do you think about this movie? And do you like it?
Why does /tv/ hate this movie ?