What are the essential James wood films?
did he ever get his own tv show?
I don't know how I feel about Shoenice.
The guy is obviously a fucking hack and a fraud. He's not doing anything to end world hunger like he says save for giving some bums a cheeseburger in the park.
However, I don't know if he really deserved the hand he was dealt in terms of getting divorced from his wife. From the way I understand it, the man has always consumed odd things en masse. Then, he discovered he could impress a lot of people with what he does best by putting it on the internet,...
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Well he refuses to get a real job under the delusion that he is going to make it big off YouTubes. That kind of financial instability creates a fuck ton of stress in any relationship, add in that he's got an asshole personality and I don't blame his wife for leaving him. Dude made his shitty choices in life and it's his fault for the shit that goes down.
This is it. This scene is the pinnacle of western television of this generation.
This is were all the threads of the show lead to, of past moments and even moments yet to come.
I think the Wire is the best show of all time, but it has more shortcomings than most would like to admit. That scene you're referencing for example, was one of it's weaker moments within the third season. Just romanticized niggers and their baloney codes of ethics.
Grown ass men watching this bullshit, lol.
HP has nostalgic value for people born between 1990 and 1999, but that's about it.
Capeshit is shit for the lowest common denominator and might have durably ruined comic books.
Watching Disney movies if you are older than 13 and don't have kids is a safe diagnostic for autism.
At their worsts, how do the Hobbit films compare to the Star Wars prequels? Are they even in the same league of badness?
I think the tauriel scenes are way shittier than the Anakin/Padme Naboo scenes
I honestly couldn't believe how shit they were as I was watching them, they make the star wars prequels look great imo. I at least derived some enjoyment out of watching those.
Like I literally can not think of a single thing I liked from any of the Hobbit films. I guess the fact that they ended is the only positive memory in my mind.
How do you deal with people reacting like you killed their dog when you say you have no interest in seeing the new Star Wars movie?
"I was your friend too Captain USA"
What did he mean by this?
Remember the times when we were kicking jap ass? You were a good friend
>there are people who still think seinfeld is better than curb
Has seinfeld ever had GOAT moments like pic related? I don't think so
Which moment was that?
And sienfeld had plenty of GOAT in it. It really just boils down to Jason Alexander being a better Larry than Larry David. I like to think it's basically the same show since the 90s because it literally is.
Curb is so goddamn great, holy shit. The thing about it is, though, I kinda hated Seinfeld before I watched it. But I hungered for more Curb after I had watched all... what, 9 seasons or how ever many there are? I marathon'd Seinfeld and it's definitely similar in a lot of ways.
>there are people here who legitimately cannot recognize good writing
>there are people here that enjoy improv over genius writing
>these contrarians have been trying to slander Seinfeld for years
Who is it?!
I's me, Baby. I'm about to explode!
Leave it on the doorstep and get the hell outta here
Both versions of this poster are overly busy; the makers tried to pack in every memecharacter they could think of, and the end result is a mess. Amirite?
They would have been better served with a retro-styled painted poster.
BUT they decided to follow George Lucas and continue doing photoshop posters.
And I am annoyed that no one gives a shit that Chewie and Poe were both removed from the Chinese poster; we're all supposed to care that the black guy who's still in it got made smaller to make room for TIE fighters
What? No Robert Loggia tribute thread?
Rest in peace, gentle soul.
I remember reading the AV Club reviews for the Sopranos and the guy wrote something along the lines of "... soon the creators realized Loggia was not as ablebodied and ableminded anymore", as a way of trying to explain
why his presence was cut rather shortly.
Pissed me off, he was great in the Sopranos and a lot of other things.
New Magic Wand Edition