ITT: Movies that get better every time you do a rewatch
Does anyone else feel colbert's and Stewart's replacements are terrible?
Noah chuckles at his own shit too much; also he's a terrible interviewer. He can't even shill properly
I don't watch Wilmore anymore, so I can't provide a substantive criticism beyond unfunny shit
>liberal love of affirmative action is proven to be bullshit in front of a national audience
>This was actually a major character in the most anticipated movie of the century.
Will Nolan ever make something this good ever again?
Was Phillip Seymour Hoffman the greatest actor of his generation?
ITT kafkaesque movies
So who Fucking takes care of the Villains in the makeshift Star Labs prison? There is no staff wandering around, does the Scooby Crew Fucking cook and feed them all their meals? Clean their latrines?
They are basically TORTURING these villains as well! How the Fuck can they put them in solitary like this and just Fucking leave them there? You know what that does to a person to be in solitary constantly?
Are there any films made in the last 5 years that people will talk about 50 years from now?
Updated drill my ass it turns me on
ITT: we try to predict what happens in the Nathan For You finale
here's what we know:
- promo video: https://twitter.com/nathanfielder/status/674264371527225344
- it is called 'The Hero'
- Synopsis: "In the Season 3 finale, Nathan searches for a hero that he says is inside of everyone."
- he claims to have had to train for 7 months to be physically ready for the episode
- the episode will air with "limited" commercial breaks
>tfw the only good shows this year are South Park season 19 and Nathan4U
>tfw no BBC to meme about
So any theory/opinions/
>home alone watching network television
>out of fucking nowhere that emergency broadcast test comes on
>leave tv on
>hear the tones from the other room
>listen intently waiting for the happening to be announced
>it's just a test
>take hands of rifle
>go back to shitposting
it's never going to happen, god damn it.
Why does no one ever talk about Alan Parker as a director?
I mean the guy was never someone on the Scorsese level but he was definitely a strong director.
I think this was his best film even though I personally enjoy Mississippi burning more
I mean the guy even ended on a decent movie too