I just want to see Stannis in season 7 vs Daenerys Targaryen yelling: " I will bury House Targaryen".
Is it too much to ask from the show?
stannis is dead you fucking faggot.
i didn't read the extended universe, just watched the show. and in the show stannis is a faggot the whole time. the first time we get introduced to him he is burning people alive because a 'witch' is telling him to. he was never in charge of shit. he is not fit to be king of anything.
Your life is turned into a biopic. Who plays you? Pic related is me.
Old thread was getting full and stale. Which Batman was the best Batman?
Choose wisely faggots.
So now that the dust has settled, what's /tv/'s honest opinion of him?
Did he fucking smear his black skin onto his helmet?
What do you think is the best season of The Walking Dead? I am currently watching season 2. And how is that Fear The Walking Dead series?
Season one is by far the best season. Every other season sticks to a single location. Much MUCH slower paced than the first season.
Fear is definitely different. I personally welcomed it as a serious departure from what the main series had done over and over, with them walking along the same train tracks and on the same farm episode after episode.
Am i the only one who hates when "comedians" think they can act?
This bitch for example, she is so fucking bad at acting, its not even funny
Most comedians turn to acting because they want/need steady paycheck.
Mitch Hedberg had a bit on how annoying it was to work hard at becoming a stand-up and be pressured in to writing or acting.
ITT: Rare Brendans
Lay it on me brehs...how would you turn this into a movie? Or would you do a 10-13 episode Netflix release that has worked so well for Marvel? Something else?
It's something that was recorded on film. I don't know if I'd call it a movie though.
Movies tend to be coherent and have plots. This was just a bunch of 4deep8me occult vignettes that show how religions are born and how people use belief systems to get more power over populations than kings or queens ever could.
The only part of the film which is pretentious could be the beggining. As we are introduced to Venus, Zeus, Neptune etc. , everything gets easy to grasp and pretty obvious. I particularly liked the ending scene. I wouldn't expect something like this from a film that old.
Well the movie is a bunch of symbolic shit put together that's supposed to represent "how people use belief systems to get more power over populations than kings or queens ever could."
Or the director is just a pervert.
>"wow, that is a good grip, you should not pick a fight with this fella!"
I wish i could be as chrasimatic as him, instead of being the anti-social sht in i am.
Does /tv/ have any good recommendations for Criterion movies?
Thin Red Line because the extras are really, really insightful. Bits on acting, editing, more of those songs with still photography of the shoot over it, fascinating commentary by production designed, DP, and producer. Besides sharing the nuts and bolts of how it was made they tell some funny Terry stories.
Close Up is worth it for the documentary on Sabzian. Kiarostami never got to make his as Sabzian met an untimely death.
What's the equivalent of post punk? Something angry, abrasive, raw, and experimental.
>angry, abrasive, raw, and experimental
Post punk is literally just punk played with less energy and more "ideas" copied straight from the prog rulebook, for people who want to look sophisticated and clever and think punk rock won't be enough for that.
After years of ignoring capeshit why do I feel I must go see this one as soon as it releases in theaters? What the fuck is wrong with me?