Why does Christ Pratt get so much shit for being Star Meme. Ant Meme is way my memey
You may want to leave 4chan.
Chris Pratt has basically become the lovable puppy in the eyes of the general public.
Paul Rudd has kind of balanced between being pothead comedian and romantic comedy kek. He's recovering from the latter, though.
why was jar jar binks a despised character when c3po isn't?
So In the Heart of the Sea is the first Marvel/DC crossover where the Scarecrow gives Spider-Man and Thor fear gas that makes them believe they're stranded and powerless on a boat in the 1800s right?
Just a reminder that Scarecrow holds up better than any of Nolan's other villain adaptations and most of the MCU's
I need a fun adventure-type movie to help me forget about my worries and my depression for a couple of hours. The last one I really enjoyed was The Man from UNCLE and someone here recommended Sahara to me which was kind of fun in a shitty way.
What movies do you suggest?
There are actually folks out there that think this is a superior show to Daredevil? I mean this is what some cats ACTUALLY believe!?
Are you Fucking kidding me hepcats!?
TIMHEADS ON SUICIDE WATCH
On episode 5 right now, just watched the scene where he says a bunch of edgy shit to that low-level guy at Steel Mountain.
First the S&M with the pregnant wife, then the Lesbian scene, now this. It's getting stupider as it goes on. Should I just drop this show now?
Which was the lesbian scene?
It is pretty silly at several points, I don't think it really gets a whole lot stupider but depending on how you regard the
twistyou might think it incredibly stupid.
Pro-tip : you can't
They literally come out and talk about the Jewish conspiracy and question the existence of reality and of god
What does /tv/ think of this masterpiece?
If it wasn't for that movie we would never have had the excremental career of Tim Burton. There are better looking films, anyways.
Well, fuck, that was awesome.
This TV show is flawless
Hands down the best comedy show i've watched AND believe me i've watched Sunny AND Parks and Rec AND eventos Seinfeld but none of these has The consistence of keep you interested. ALL the characters are captivating
Hoping here for a season 9
AND Larry David is funny AF desu imo SENPAI
NOT even being ironic
Love Seinfeld and Sunny both dearly, and I'm watching Curb right now. Season 1 is good, but it doesn't feel GOAT or anything. Is this like Seinfeld and Sunny where it takes time to develop? In retrospect, both those shows had weak first seasons
>just watched this movie with Superman as James Bond
>directed by Guy Ritchie
>basically a British movie about an American Spy
Anyways I wouldn't mind seeing him as Bond, but would the britbongs accept him as the first American to play James Bond?
I'm an hour and twenty minutes in. This is pretty unfunny so far. I really wish it would end.
That was a really good movie.
Got pretty silly but that's meant to be the charm of it I guess.
Watched it on a whim once without knowing anything about it or even reading the Netflix description
Starts out great. Then halfway through I'm thinking
>this is a weird dream sequence
Then a few minutes later I think
>this is a LONG dream sequence
A few minutes later I realize that this is the movie now. This is what it feels like doing
Why don't you like it?
Season 2 post-murderer reveal went to the extreme side of goofiness. FWWM went to the extreme Lynchian side (and also didn't have the best characters from the show.)
I liked FWWM, but I hope season 3 finds the right balance instead of just being another Lynch film.