Alright, /tv/, let's play. Who invaded Spain in the 8th century?
So I can appreciate the finale more now that I've seen it a second time. The joke about everyone having a gun was really obvious. The overall theme about PC not necessarily being bad, but that people dedicated to something they strongly believe in canbe manipulated as others like Mackey and Kyle, because we're all human and we just need to communicate and care about each other more was nice.
But it still felt underwhelming, they couldn't fit a lot into this last episode I think.
What do you think?
>no steve jobs
>no bridge of spies
>no in the heart of the sea
Are you fucking kidding me?
Here's the summary of Room from wikipedia. I thought it was pretty cool that they don't spoil it:
>A 5-year old boy Jack (Jacob Tremblay) and his young mother Ma (Brie Larson) are living in a small squalid room, crowded with a bed, toilet, bathtub and rudimentary kitchen. There are no windows, just one skylight in the ceiling. Gradually, it unfolds that they are captives of a man she calls Old Nick (Sean Bridgers). Up until the present, Ma has protected Jack from the reality of their situation, but Jack has reached the milestone of his...
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So this is coming out today
You wander the desert unprepared like a fool. But I have watermelón to keep me cool!
Can someone explain to me why this franchise is so fucking popular?
So many movies are cast with British, Australian and Irish young leading men in this country as American characters in big Hollywood productions. Whether it's James McAvoy, Andrew Garfield, Chris or Liam Hemsworth, or Jamie Dornan, or Colin Farrell, or Christian Bale, or Aaron Taylor Johnson, or Jack O'Connell... I mean, the list goes on and on. Why do you think this is? And why don't young American actors get these roles? And why are the Brits and Aussies snagging them?
Just started this. What am I in for?
I remember it vaguely from when I was a kid.
Basically just a pure action show. Jack never actually kills anyone, just murders the living fuck out of a bunch of robots.
It's good fun. Take that as you will.
Is anyone else enjoying this man's slow decline from pop culture phenomenon into complete mediocrity?
>Careers you're glad are dead
Pic related, cant stand his smug cunt face
yeah, i'm glad topher grace is coming back he basically fills this guy's niche and actually respects his audience enough to give a respectable effort
this john wojijcicnkscki is basically the norm mcdonald of movies and probably laughs in every take or intentionally doesn't learn his lines because he thinks it's endearing
BEST BOND FILM PER ACTOR INDISPUTABLE GOAT LIST
From Russia With Love
On Her Majesty's Secret Service
The Spy Who Loved Me
The Living Daylights
am I the only one who remembers this as "Where The Wild Things Are"?
what the fuck is going on
Requesting source of webm of girl saying, "What else do you do,pick up young girls?"
So I just finished Mr Robot, personally I thought it was great desu.
Can't wait for season 2
What are you guys thoughts on it?
It was very good, with threads of greatness. I liked it. Some of the twists weren't even needed, but I appreciate its audacity, it often felt really contemporary as few shows do.
Brilliant. Would be better if it didn't derive both the split personality aspect AND destroy debt aspect from Fight Club, but it's all worth it for how far the show's willing to go. Hopefully hallucinations aren't used as too big of a copout.
Think of a villain from any movie.
Got one? Good.
He has been replaced by Jim Lahey. What is his most iconic line?