Disgusting.And would never happen considering both manlets and curries are repulsive to white women
>Mom: hey anon this movie got really good reviews let's watch it
The awkwardness was palpable.
>10 minutes of accumulated screen time between 2 movies
>3 lines of dialogue
>does almost nothing
>gets killed by a blind man
>is someone more popular and beloved by the fans than any character introduced in the prequels
Can anyone explain this?
what was the point of the fly episode. You know, the one where Walt chases the fly. It was super boring.
Top 10 romance, /tv/?
Mine, in order of release.
1. Gone with the Wind (Fleming, 1939)
2. The Shop Around the Corner (Lubitsch, 1940)
3. Casablanca (Curtiz, 1942)
4. Heaven Can Wait (Lubitsch, 1943)
5. Breakfast at Tiffany's (Edwards, 1961)
6. When Harry Met Sally... (Reiner, 1989)
7. The Princess Bride (Reiner, 1987)
8. Groundhog Day (Ramis, 1993)
9. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (Gondry, 2004)
10. (500) Days of Summer (Webb, 2009)
Scarlett just needed a good hard cock up her bum.
What the fuck did I just watch?
>beside them, on-set bloopers play in a small box
> manager tells me I'm too drunk to watch a movie.
how is that even possible?
>obviously scripted bloopers
>"bloopers" in an animated film
Lookin to watch something really comfy tonight /tv/ any suggestions?
ITT Your favorite thing from Star Wars
It can be a character, an alien, a spaceship, whatever
>oh yeah that show exsisted
You mean he hasn't seen it yet?
PRAY TO GOD YOU DON'T DROP THAT SHIT
CUT MY CAKE INTO PIECES
THIS IS MY LAST DESERT
CONSTIPATION, NO SHITTING
DON'T GIVE A FUCK IF MY MOUTH IS OPEN
i live for moments like these
when fieri threads are reborn again and again
>watch Jessica Jones
>this comes in 15 mins into the first episode
I decided to watch this.
And in the very first episode. The very first fucking episode, they fucked up the most basic shit.
When they take the boat out for the first time, the rudder is on the left. Holy fuck.
Why the hell do they think they call it "Starboard" for?
The side that the steerer is on. It's so fucking simple.
Also, why do they need fancy technology when the IRL Vikings raided Frisia like 200 years earlier?
Sweden and Denmark are separated by water so short that...
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The nautical terms you mention originate from old english, and if you watched abit more you'd know they have not been there , and thats what they needed the fancy technology, no to sail to Denmark, but to find and prove there are lands beyond that... The maps they had are not the maps you have, and international nautical standarts where not a thing.