Is this show any good? I've heard its really feminist.
It's alright, I liked it. But it's not amazing. No, it's not feminist. At least, I didn't take it that way. It's just a show with a chick lead. It's pretty easy to not care about any hidden agenda if there is one.
The only good thing about tonight's episode is The Talking Dead afterwards due to Costanza
>Morgan is a shit
>Sam is a shit
>Negan is a shit
Is there anyone who's not a shit?
Just watched this. Couldn't believe it was made in 1999. Fucking timeless and a pretty good movie, but the amount of semen demons in this made it stand out. Reese and Sarah Michelle in their prime, Selma Blair being a big ditsy slut. . . and prime Ryan Phillipe mumbling like a motherfucker. Love it.
I think that the friendship between the Avengers cast is genuninely adorable.
It's the only celebrity-related thing I care about.
ITT: GOAT Oscar performances
>Froot Loops feces > Fruity Pebbles feces
So I'm a little late checking this out, but man .. I liked this film a lot. What's /tv/'s thoughts?
Plebs don't get it because they are so used to characters making an arc that stories that don't fit the mold make them uncomfortable. I avoided it when it came out because I hate folk music but the music was actually good. Was that guy from Girls actually singing? His bass voice was pretty dope.
ITT: Movies you can't enjoy anymore because of /tv/
Is this the best superman movie?
ITT: the greatest, most jaw-dropping moments of live television
pic related. it's our guy romey.
Despite the fact that Lawler and Kaufman staged it, this is still up there.
It's time for a black Superman
Is Sam Hyde the current #1 standup comedian on Earth?
Lucas is an intelligent guy, and the rough draft that was written for Phantom Menace is amazing.
So what really went wrong?
Can we blame the studio execs?
Blame all his friends for abandoning him.
He asked kasdan to do rewrites but he turned down the offer and told Lucas he should do it all himself
He asked Ron Howard and Robert Zemekis to direct but they declined
>Woman pretends to be a young boy to fit in with a group of men
>Main characters are fooled by this
>Audience is meant to be surprised when he turns out to be a she
Has any movie or tv show ever once managed to make this "twist" convincing?
Movies that should be rebooted with an all-female cast.