>it's a body-swap farce episode
>character quotes Shakespeare to show how intelligent they are
>movie quotes from or references Alice in Wonderland
>character mentions authors to seem smart
Why where they afraid of him?
Why did they turn heel and pretend to laugh at his jokes?
I'm confused here
They shit on his movies, allowed him to defend himself on their youtube channel while they visibly looked annoyed, and then went on to shit on another one of his movies a couple of days later. And he was a good friend.
Is 2001: A Space Odyssey the only truly Lovecraftian film?
The only good parts of this movie were discovery and when Hal goes nutzo.
The scene where the astrofuck tells Hal to rotate the pod, disable communications as part of a test. so tense, so dope.
Overall shit movie though.
I bet you're the kind of fuck who thinks call of cthulhu is the best of Lovecraft when the objectively best story is Shadow over Innsmouth.
What's next for Alison Brie's career?
It took me 6 years after the release, but I have mastered The Lord Of The Rings.
I literally know every line, action and could even tell you when in how many seconds or minutes that scene is about to begin and who is in that scene, what happens ect. I have mastered LOTR.
convince me to watch this, what am I in for?
Season 2 and 3 are amazing (for a sci-fi genre show)
Season 1 is awful through like the first 16 episodes. I only picks up around the Winter Soldier tie in but it's still bad.
My suggestion: Watch Winter Soldier and then start with season 2 of Agents of Shield.
HOLY FUCKING SHIT.
I actually liked it.
This is God damn embarrassing.
Is this show perfect? I love Xavier and nobody ever talks about it.
Currently my favorite show, doing my annual rewatch. It's by far the most bang-for-your-buck of any AS show.
I noticed that Vincent Donofrio plays that judge in the Damnesia Vu skit where Xavier must have 7 soul glimpses, his voice is just amazing.
>Vazquez in Aliens
>T-1000 in Terminator 2
>now owns shop that specializes in plus-size bras
I challenge you to find a character actress as cool as her
>guy acts like an asshole
>deserves to get his livelihood destroyed
>Truth, Justice, and the American Way
What is its mission?
Does anyone actually like this?
If you're not on your fourth page-one rewrite draft of your eighth full-length feature, don't expect to be writing anything good.
Why isn't she getting better roles?
So...if I dont get big paid roles after one giant movie, is sexism?
Now I dont know how Hollywood works but, to me it seems she is saying that all those that offered a job are sexist.
Seems odd, I am going to google her and see if there is no misunderstanding.