So now that the dust has settled, how many days do you think you could hold out in the skarch?
I was born in the Skarch. Molded by it. I didn't see light until I was already a man.
this show is so great
and cult of personality
I've just watched the first episode because Netflix kept saying it was recommended for me. Really enjoying it.
inb4 spoilers, I don't even care; I like it largely for the main character and the humor
We're supposed to be rooting for the Nazis, right? Most of the resistance characters are pretty unlikable, especially the girl.
I have to say that the last podcast really made me think
The premier is on LA the 14th, but the movie premieres in regular cinemas until December 17 (Promoted as 18 on trailers for some reason, maybe to avoid shootings.)
Beware of spoilers. Beware of /tv/.
the LA premiere is going to be fucking bananas
I know a guy that really wants to go but I think he'd be lucky to even get a glance at the cast
we're talking about what could potentially be one of the biggest movies ever
Wait did people seriously hate this movie? I thought the first Thor movie was HORRIBLE, a complete fucking mess. But this was alright, looked way better. Asgard felt believable and there was some decent humor.
It was good.
But the world's been in peril too many times now. Every new threat for these movies feels less and less threatening. It's why the only way to keep them exciting is to inject tone-breaking humor into whatever tone might have fragilely there in the first place.
Civil War focusing on strife between the heroes is more appealing right now. It's what made Raimi's Spider-Man movies so good--Parker wasn't trying to save all of fucking New York, he was just duking it out with costumed assholes who personally wanted his head.
Why do they never use the word "fuck" on this show? They use other curse words. Plus all the sex scenes.
How much do you think they spent on advertising this movie?
What was the point of this scene? Was it to illustrate how superficial the 80's business world was?
I feel like there was a point but I missed it.
>I feel like there was a point but I missed it.
>Was it to illustrate how superficial the 80's business world was?
what are some good Louis Theroux documentaries?
So we can all agree that Jimmy was a rat right?
>The BBC is under fire over its “ripe” adaptation of Russian classic War and Peace, including an incest plot line which has left scholars hot under the collar.
>The new serial of the 1,300-page tome, to be aired in the New Year, shows scenes of nudity and features a brother and sister in bed together.
>Lily James, Paul Dano and James Norton star in the six-part TV version of the author’s epic novel.
>Adapted by Andrew Davies, the cast also...
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Yeah that shit's all the rage now thanks to fucking GoTs
After putting it off for so long, I finally watched Starship Troopers. Why wasn't this movie more successful? Was the satire too subtle for the 90s public? Was the obvious "the good guys are basically fascists" so off-putting for that time?
>I guess he really isn't The Passion of the Christ.
Really? Jesus Christ.
Romans man. crucifixion was pretty fucking bad. they used to nail it through your wrists, not your hands, and your ankles, that way your weight wouldnt rip your limbs off. but you'd still feel the gravity of the situation.
you see what i did there.
I get it, because watching Gravity is like being crucified