What is the most reddit-core flick?
According to the official 250
1. Pulp Fiction
2. The Godfather
3. Fight Club
4. The Dark Knight
6. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
7. Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back
8. Inglourious Basterds
9. The Departed
10. The Grand Budapest Hotel
What is his best movie, /tv/?
Does /tv/ like Power Rangers?
Now that I actually look back at it and watch some of it, I realize how laughable most of it is, but it still holds a pretty huge nostalgia factor since I loved it when I was little.
>Tommy is still the GOAT
I'm a twenty nine year old man and I still look back fondly on that show. GOAT opening theme, fighting and giant robots blowing shit up. Ultimate kids show. Me and my brothers used to get hyped as fuck watching it and beat the shit out of each other after.
You're spot on about Tommy. Green > White
What did she mean by this?
Why does this piss people off? They're just visiting a hospital for people who wanted it.
Look at this shit for fucks sake
anyone for an MST3K thread?
Jonah has some big jumpsuits to fill.
If Hamil does actually guest star. It had damn well better be the Star Wars Holiday Special.
What did he mean by this?
>"Nerd culture is the product of a late capitalist conspiracy, designed to infantalize the consumer as a means of non-aggressive control."
- Simon Pegg
>"A sweet-faced boy of twelve told me proudly that he had seen Star Wars over a hundred times? I said, 'do you think you could promise never to see Star Wars again?' He burst into tears. I just hope the lad, now in his thirties, is not living in a fantasy world of secondhand, childish banalities"
- Alec Guinness
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How can one senile psychomagic alchemist fraud be so based?
Because he knows he's an old
I want to see blade runner for the first time tonight. Which version is the definitive version to watch?
What's everyone's favorite crossover episode?
Also, Trek thread
Also, also, redditors and casuals NOT welcome
Don't mind me, just posting someone who did LITERALLY nothing wrong
I never stopped laughing.
>"AND NO ONE ELSE HAS A T-14 HYPERDRIVE, I PROMISE YOU THAT!"
What was Waddo doing with the only T-14 hyperdrive on Tatooine?
>It won't be completely shit
>But it won't be very good either
>It will be 'good' but forgettable
What do you want from Star Wars?
>What do you want from Star Wars?
I want it to come out already so all the delusional manchildren fanboy faggots will get BTFO when it doesn't even come close to Avatar's gross.
It's going to disappoint. It's not Man of Steel bad, but only slightly above it. Sorry for the bad news. Leave your expectations at the door. There is a reason it's not screening for critics and it's a sad one, unfortunately.
I saw it too. Were you the gentleman in the tuxedo? I can't agree with your opinion though. It was really actually very amazing and one of the best film experiences I've ever had the pleasure of participating in.