guys what movies do i like again
the phantom of the opera, the silent one, despiste this pic, the movie its not memetic at all
Most annoying commercial on TV now?
Remember when these were like 3-6 minutes max?
I came back after like 2 years and christ they're terrible now. And they're like 20 minutes on average
Character is white DING!
I think they started out trying to actually find flaws in movies but they found out that if they tried to be funny / acted a little stupid they got alot more views so they fopcused on that. Also being stupid around movies creates "hate" wich is also good.
The reason they got longer is because the youtube algorithm changed to stop rewarding solely per view and started taking length into account. Good thing too. all those 10 minute videos were going to be the downfall of society
What the fuck? This is nightmare fuel.
How could any executive look at this and think it's a good idea?
They look so creepy.
I thought it was a kids series.
Reminder that Supreme leader Snoke will be Darth Plagueis
Supreme leader Snoke is described as "a tall individual, and had very distinctive, idiosyncratic bone and facial structures"
Darth Plagueis disguised himself as a banking agent, now look at this scene from episode 2
The Muun in the video is quite clearly Darth Plagueis in disguise
Supreme leader Snoke was also described as having a traumatic event happen in the past that left him disfigured. Sidious "killing" him?
It's amazing when someone fucks up so badly that you will forever be able to blow them the fuck out completely effortlessly with only 2 words.
"Plate" and "spin" are the final words that need to be said on the matter of Nathan Fielder.
Is this appropriate for an 8 year old? My wife's son is really interested in sports and boxing and shit and I figured he'd like this.
I took my wife's black son to see it and he had a big grin on his face for the entire running time and then at the end told me he wanted to be just like Apollo Jr. when he grew up and that I would be his Rocky.
And are they worth going to?
please recommend me a good romantic/drama movie
explain to me what kind of magic does he exactly have and why is he so powerful?
Odin was so powerful that in his fight with Seth which was waged on several planes of existence simultaneously, the energy released from their battle was so powerful it shattered entire galaxies, and reignited dying suns.
>One 20 minute episode per week
>Effort put into it with special effects, actors, sets, props and a script all tailored to the review at hand
>Uploads highly informative videos analyzing popular shows inbetween
>Not afraid to shit on tumblr and take friendly jabs at 4chan
>Married a monster for the sole purpose of making sure noone else would ever have to
>Has actual celebrities on the show
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Just yesterday I binge watched the first season and half of season 2. I'm really not sure about staying with it as I have the feeling it'll turn into another walking dead and just meander along going nowhere fast and ultimately becoming a bit pointless. Obviously it's very well made though.
What's your thoughts tv? Should I stick with it?
Twilight zone thread? Is "The Masks" objectively the best episode?
I like the one where the lady finds a box with a button on it in the garden that freezes time.
She uses it to do things that aren't so bad like not waiting in lines at the market but still paying. Petty little things like that and she semi abuses a bit.
Then cuban missile crises or WW breaks out and there's a nuke missile in the sky above her town. She freezes time........ so she can either die in the blast or live forever alone from people interaction.
DUDE LONELINESS LMAO
This is no doubt the big four of television.
I know a few of you would rather have Mad Men in there instead of Game of Thrones, but Mad Men, as good as it was, was never a phenomenon like these four shows are.
For the record, this isn't based on personal taste, but acclaim.
Game Of Thrones is obvious bait, you aren't pulling the wool over my eyes.
Even Breaking Bad has no business being there. As far as modern television is concerned, there are no "big four", it's more that The Wire and the Sopranos are the big two and then there's everything else. Deadwood, Mad Men and 6 Feet Under are the next step down.
Then comes the likes of Breaking Bad and the Shield.