>"Up next a middle-aged man reassembles old junk...
>Well that sounds boring
>"...with James May."
>Shit just got comfy
Why are all his solo shows so damn comfy /tv/?
Which show should I start watching? The Simpsons or South Park?
Which action movie has the highest kill count?
Margot Robbie producing:
Was it kino?
So /tv/, what movie genres is it okay to go alone to the movies to?
>horror and art flicks
What's better; TOS or TNG?
My roomate broke up with his gf of 5 years and wants to watch a cheerful comedy tonight. Help /tv/
Can someone please explain how the Joker had time to plant enough explosives to demolish an entire hospital in the middle of the day in the fifteen minutes or so that Coleman Reese was on television threatening to expose Batman's identity? Does he just keep bombs inside a hospital on reserve for such an occasion?
>choosing this scene
>not the opening scene where he rams a school bus into a bank building, then leaves in same school bus into a line of other school buses that just let his ass in and no one is the wiser in broad daylight.
>where we're going, we won't need eyes to see
But wouldn't the torture be even worse if they still had eyes to witness all the horror?
>But wouldn't the torture be even worse if they still had eyes to witness all the horror?+ 0 post omitted.
>implying you need physical eyes to still be able to "witness" things in Hell
This film is fantastic! It's going to be the Hackers of the 2010s. The look, music, culture, tech... it's kinda like proto-cyberpunk? Totally a product of it's time, but in a good way. And Emma and Dave couldn't have been better leads. I loved Nerve. What did you guys think of it?
The writers made Charlie make incredibly stupid decisions.
this board is a fraggle free zone, pls do not post fraggles here again
Where were you when Trey Parker and Matt (((Stone))) openly acknowledged the JIDF?
Why doesn't Los Angeles look like this yet?
Is Archer kino?
So, someone I know works at HBO and had a chance to read the script. He gave 2 somewhat major plot points to me, and i think they're pretty interesting. I'll greentext them below
>Jon and Dany ally themselves in some way and bang each other
>one of Dany's dragons (not Drogon) becomes a white walker somehow, and it is used to help the white walkers over the wall
>watched so many movies I can recognize influences and it makes the films less enjoyable
>it's a "southpark shits on female comedians so the female reviewer on IGN downvotes it" episode
All came out in 1999 and all are literally the exact. same. movie.
Now that the dust has settled, can we all agree this is the best film in the franchise?
Is she going to make the big time, finally? here is her upcoming works:
Break My Heart 1000 Times (pre-production)
2017 Amityville: The Awakening (completed)
2017 Famous in Love (TV Series) (pre-production)
Paige Townsen / August Roch
- Secrets & Pies (2017) ... Paige Townsen / August Roch
- Pilot (2017) ... Paige Townsen / August Roch
- Episode #1.10 ... Paige Townsen / August Roch
- Episode #1.9 ... Paige Townsen / August Roch
- Episode #1.8 ... Paige Townsen / August Roch
Show all 10 episodes
2017 The Death and Life...
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how does /tv/ feel about vikings?
Pretty shit, only worth watching for Ragnar and Lagertha, but that whore will never go nude.
DUDE I ALMOST HAD YOU.
Why did Frasier and Niles get along so well? In my experience, brothers generally don't really like each other.
Prepare for Zack's GOAT movie
why can't films with this much dialogue get made anymore
because films are only made to collect profit now.
But even then, films are not collecting enough money anymore, so they might as well go backwards and start creating films with dialogue and compelling stories.
>you're not supposed to bring friends
>they are not my friends