What am in for?
are here any romantic movies that you actually like?
It's true. All of it. The flight plan. A big guy. They're real.
>Bane defeats CIA when he rises above him
>Bane's plane has the high ground on CIA's
Has anyone had the opportunity to attend an early screening of this, or talked to anyone who has? I know it's been screened a couple times.
Would love to hear thoughts on it.
>watching movie with mommy
>sex scene comes on
What's his name again?
Is this show too US-specific? I have a feeling a lot of the jokes are kinda like that.
>Game of Thrones fans
Truly the worst.
What is your opinion on him tv? I think he is reddit incarnate.
Dull as all hell and says nothing of substantive value. I cannot for the life of me figure out how he has acquired such a large fanbase. He says nothing you couldn't find out on the back of a DVD box.
Love movie nights?
ITT: characters that were absolutely right
>I like standing next to you, Sean. Makes me look so tough.
Andrew Garfield is a pretty good actor, he was great in The Social Network. Kinda glad he's not going to be associated with Spiderman anymore.
The Social Network is a worthless legal drama filled to the brim with indistinguishable characters and Sorkin zingers. A couple of things about it are good (the last shot of the movie) but people over rate the fuck out of it for no reason at all. There is nothing special about it. You know you're in trouble when Justin Timberlake is giving the best performance.
Is 2015 going to be the worst year in recent Oscar history?
So this is the GOAT music film, no?
Even if you're not really into the bands from that era it's still fucking funny. As is anything featuring based Coogan.
>show set in ancient Rome
>everyone has British accents
>show set in the 19th century or earlier
>everyone has immaculate white teeth
> show set in a Fantasy Realm
> American accents everywhere