You are visted by a wizard of forgetness
he will cast a spell on you and make you forget a tv-show/series completly all seasons, only so you can marathon it from start
what is his best film?
ITT: Convince someone to watch a movie with one gif/webm
Yes, the force is used for knowledge and defense, never to attack, so if Vader got the jump on Yoda somehow he could physically overpower him for sure. Yoda would have seen it coming probably weeks previously though so I doubt you could really sneak up on him.
Be careful sir, the bucket is hot!
Who else is hyped for this weeks Flash/Arrow crossover?
So I've had about five days to sit on it, and holy shit I think this movie is fucking BAD. It's like a Roger Moore movie without any of the hokey charm. This is the worst Craig Bond movie of them all, it's even worse than Quantum of Solace. Please never fucking let Sam Mendes direct a Bond movie again.
The Man in the High Castle
What are your thoughts on it?
Personally I found it to be very good, with the story keeping me hooked and interested in what happens next. Some of the story arcs are quite weak (the trade minister). But overall is very good. I find each of the characters to be very relatable in different ways.
One criticism I would have is that it paints Hitler and half of the Nazi higher ups as good guys. Hitler does literally nothing wrong during the whole series and it'd be hard not to root for him before the end. The same goes for Obergruppenführer John Smith. A man who is unquestionably Nazi and devotes himself fully to the cause, and yet it is extremely hard not to back him. This I find strange, not that I have anything against backing the Nazi's personally, it is just strange to see on mainstream television, instead of portraying them as an absolute evil that has absolutely no good to it at all.
What are your thoughts?
It's obvious that alternate universes exist within the stories canon, that's where the films are coming from, somebody/something is leaking them from one Universe to the other.
Also it's pretty obvious who the "man in the high castle" is when watching the final episode.
>A man who is unquestionably Nazi and devotes himself fully to the cause, and yet it is extremely hard not to back him.
yeah, its almost like the Nazi's were real people instead of one dimensional comic book villains.
what do you guys think of the new rick and morty video?
I'm not a big fan of how often Rick breaks the fourth wall.
I mean, it's not always explicit, but he's acting as though he knows he has an audience. In the show it's strange when he does that, because he's often pretty upbeat and excited in those moments which goes against his usual curmudgeonly mad scientist persona.
I'M ON A HIGHWAY TO HELL
Kill me now
Memes aside, he's a pretty good actor
What's next for Vin's career?
Matt Smith: >>63186569
New trailer's gonna drop soon. Do you even care?
Now Tayne I can get into!