When did South Park become Fox News?
Who is the protagonist of this movie?
As an experiment, I have completed my viewing of this up to mid season 2, successfully avoiding any /tv/ threads, and have formed my own opinions without outside influence.
So now tell me what you thought of it.
Don't you think she deserved it?
tfw your waifu is a lesbian >>63029096
What's The Simpsons like nowadays? I haven't watched it ion fifteen years.
-re-hashed, watered down plots
-very awkward, charicaturized gags (ie Homercopter, Barney "driving" Homer home with a dart board, etc)
-plot is peripheral to the gags
-where pop culture was once inspired by the simpsons, it is now the opposite
Visual-wise, it's sanitised, soulless flash-style animation now. And all the environments and vehicles are really nasty 3D.
Who should play him in the inevitable biopic?
>nice black hair
this is the level of autism that we are talking about
So I'm watching Mulholland Drive
Is the acting terrible on purpose?
Because if not, just tell me and I'll stop watching this shit
>it's a bear shoots up a building in broad daylight episode
Who here is seeing the new Rocky film ("Creed") today?
I for one love the new progressive, refreshing take on a classic that desperately needed to add some more colour to it.
When you get starts like Micheal B. Jordan in 'em, you're usually in for a treat. My whole family is going to see this tonight and I'm pumped.
There’s the shocking opening shot of six black boys, shackled and shepherded through stark juvie halls, which immediately places the film in the real-world context of the disproportionate incarceration rate of African American youth. Generally though, in Creed’s universe, intra-ethnic harmony is the order of the day.
The film is more notable for its cultural specificity, and keenly observed portrait of modern, young, black American life, which shouldn’t feel as blissfully refreshing as it does in 2015. There’s a beautiful, tender sequence in which Adonis braids his girlfriend Bianca’s hair, while in the most exhilarating sequence (a nod to a similar moment in Rocky II), a group of black kids ride dirt bikes through the street behind Adonis while Lord Knows by Philly rapper Meek Mill judders on the soundtrack.
Perhaps most exciting is the pairing of star Jordan and director Coogler – their second consecutive collaboration following the Sundance-award winning Fruitvale Station – which has the makings of a brilliant combination: the putative, African-American answer to Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro, who took on boxing with Raging Bull. It’s a tantalising prospect, and Creed feels like both a breath of fresh air and a breakthrough for representation in boxing films.
If this will be in the movie, this will be the first superhero film with an oscar award, and nolanfags can fuck off with their batman.
>not realizing oscars are shit
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Give me a scene with more suspense than this
there is none, it's a perfect example
Does he keep the helmet on the whole time whilst he's in uniform? He looked much better without it in Winter Soldier.
Government doesn't like all these superheroes running around doing whatever. Also a bad guy called Crossbones kills a bunch of people while in costume so that cements the Superhero Registration Act. Don't know why they didn't show him in the trailer since his actions play a big part in the beginning.
Does this movie still have a chance against CW?
>Batman AND Superman
no shit it has a chance