Why was it so successful?
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That's a lot of SJWs /tv/
I thought you said they didn't exist
In case you wanted to know how badly female star wars fans are oppressed in our culture
Guys, I just realised - TDKR is literally the Return of the Jedi of the Nolan Trilogy.
This is exactly my point. Return of the Jedi has some rehash moments, some great moments, some instant classic moments, come embarrassing moments - it's a mixed bag people shit on that's borderline great.
this is the single greatest scene in film history. prove me wrong.
if you count the opening of once upon a time in the west as all the way thru the shooting on the tracks, then that is better
it's a clinic on tension and release and it's cool and gritty at the same time
>Look at that subtle off-white coloring. The tasteful thickness of it. Oh my God, it even has a watermark...
Just how many toilets did she have to lick to get this work?
How is it /tv/? Bout to check it out.
Final episode is online, wheres the Peep Show thread?
What did you think of the final season?
I thought the season as a whole was okay, but the finale was shit and didn't make me laugh once.
So one of my friend decided we should have a Star Wars marathon before seeing SW7
I told him we should watch them in release-order and he told me that this was fucking retarded since 7 was a sequel to Return of the jedi.
I couldn't provide any counter-argument.
Is /tv/ hyped for NORM OF THE NORTH?
Is she the best female director? Also, why aren't there more good female directors?
I just found out about this new Star Wars movie coming out next week and i notice that everyone hates in this guy. He is the only guy in the entire movie who can act. Is because he is black?
TV is generally horrible. It's stupid and boring. How can people just watch a bunch of series, to say nothing of buying the boxsets or getting entire seasons on Netflix? I'm not saying there haven't been a few good TV shows over the years, and a few excellent shows, but still. Even as a child, I didn't watch much television, and by about age 22, I was watching even less. Thoughts on this? Or are these unfair charges?
Television has gotten much better in the past decade or so. Sopranos basically blew the door open for it to become a respectable art form and not just a means of pushing advertisements
Also this is you OP
Use to watch close to 7 hours of TV a day in high school. Now I'll watch an episode of something while eating dinner, half the time I wont even finish the episode.
I am on the internet a hell of a lot more tho, but hey at least that involves reading.
Why is that me? Because I realise how awful TV is, and laugh at people who watch reality TV, a bunch of mediocre dramas, and Mrs Brown's Boys? I'd much rather watch a film, read a book, or listen to music.
Oh, and I'm thin, and don't have a hat like that.
Is American dad the only show that does musical right?