Why are his goals so petty ? He could do so much more with his powers.
Describe an AMC/HBO/Netflix Original series you'd want to see, but will never get made.
>tfw there will never be a long-running series following a wandering samurai seeking revenge for his family's murder while also trying to keep from becoming what he seeks to destroy
Grim Reapers have to deal with atheists and nihilists in a modern world.
The recently dead would be in denial of the afterlife, god, the devil and the reapers themselves who have to sort out all the paperwork, so the atheists make the reapers job very difficult.
He doesn't like you.
I don't like you either.
>santa elf character
>she's a qtp2t
I know I'm probably late to this but by episode 8 I started getting thrown off by things, then it ends like pic related.
Hitlerthe man in the High Castle? How did the AZN man time travel? What the fuck was that entire episode with that ending?
Is that supposed to be our universe? Fuck, I knew the show was going to do that.
>"The Force is with you, young Skywalker. But you are not a Jedi yet."
10/10 delivery t.b.h.
>The size is with you Bane, but you are not a big guy yet.
So he confronted his father and turned him over to the good side. Doing so completed the prophecy of quigon jin saying anakin would restore balance to the force and defeat the Sith, Darth Sheevis. He was right all along it just took a long time for it to happen
What's your favorite Eric Andre bit, /tv/?
this movie is fucking boring
if it was made today it would probably get 30% on the tomatometer
Can we have a thread about how absolutely superb this film is? I honestly believe it's one of the best animated films of all time. It's honestly one of my favorite overall films if not my absolute favorite. Everything in it just feels like an absolute labor of love..
ITT: the best feel-good movies
How is this a feel good movie in the slightest? The fucking world ends. Not some guy, not an army battalion or some shit, the fucking human race. I couldn't get over that. That movie was the second most depressing movie I've ever seen only after The Road
>dark comedy/action movie
psychological thriller - pow movie
>waiting in line for vat of melted butter at the cinema
>the guard in the watchtower shines his spotlight on you
Are you going to send Fraser a birthday card, /tv/?
This is depressing in both instances
Either this insane weirdo is obsessed with Brendan, a failed movie "star"
or it's actually Brenden begging for birthday cards on an internet forum
Not sure which is worse tbqh
Yeah dude, it's all just one big coincidence, huh?