Which is better?
What the fuck movie is this from? I've seen it but for the life of me I can't remember what it is.
ITT: Good examples of Strong Female Protagonists
The CW knows their shit
>the story isn't fully resolved
Why does Kylo get so much stick?
What is the actual reason people dislike him?
>character from the prequels
>still a beloved character
Why didn't she fly the fucking falcon on tops of that hill in the end, there were plenty of flat grass.
Why land at the bottom and walk up 50.000 stairs and let Luke's robot at the ground?
Rey is a fucking mong, you really think that she could be the daughter of Obi-Chad Kethundercock.
/tv/ characters that are /fa/
Don Cobb on Inception rocked a very nice jacket
>an old man, a giant dog, a moisture farmer, and a 14 year old
What was so exciting about this again?
Who was The Wire's greatest character?
>yfw when you realized
Patrick Willson's character had his leg amputated, but did not notice it because of the opium.
This show is very good to great and I've never heard a normie mention in irl or on twitter/fb but I can't stop seeing Master of None.
Not even Sunny can save it from the FXX wasteland.
I finally watched an episode last night and I was pleasantly surprised. The humor is a lot sharper than Master of None though and the only thing it really shares with it, beyond the same bleak color palette, is that late 20's hipster perspective.
How does it feel to be an american?
america is a weird place in that it has some of the most incredible people on the planet and some of the absolute worst scum of the planet
if you're a scum, it's a lovely hedonistic affair
if you're a diamond, it's torture, but that's probably the impetus that makes you hone yourself to maximum gem level
>"Your son was weak and foolish like his father. So I destroyed him."
>"I'm being torn apart. I want to be free of this pain. I know what I have to do but I don't know if I have the strength to do it. Will you help me?"
>"FROM MY POINT OF VIEW THE JEDI ARE EVIL."
Guess which one the plebs of /tv/ prefer.
it doesn't matter because liking either one makes you a tasteless pleb as star wars is anti art pleb pandering trash of the highest order
tbqh "from my point of view the jedi are evil" is a much more realistic line. like in that kind of situation you don't really elaborate. it may be a bit stupid but that's what we got.
Kylo's dialogue on the other hand screams 'edgelord' and makes Han's death cringeworthy.
Just like Elliot Rodgers or Breivik reading a manifest before doing the killing.
I wonder if he had some of those lines before killing his classmates back in Luke's school
For the money, not fame or art