"Actors" you wish would fucking die
This might be an unpopular opinion, but Chris Noth. I just can't stand him - in anything he has done. He just makes me want to punch the tv in anger.
FLYNN! AM I STILL TO CREATE THE PERFECT SYSTEM?
Colbert is my only /tv/ husbando. I don't agree with his libtard views but I find him adorable.
>I understand Hitler...
What's his name again? Also who will play him in the inevitable biopic?
post your top 10 films of 2015
/tv/, take a cure..
I'll take what I'm guessing are the opiates and the benzos. Perfect mix for a heavy hangover, pop like 20 mg of oxy and a 1mg bar of xanax, chill the fuck out and watch some cinema. I did that shit every Saturday afternoon for like four years when I was in college. Plus the oxy mixed with the hangover can give you a hardon like a bull that lasts for two hours if you brought a bitch home. Nut out the poison bruh.
Two weeks ago Betamax format was officially retired.
What are some of the data storage options in the future that could replace blue ray?
Will it all just be on the cloud?
Why was Sony even producing betamax up until so recently?
Also, when a technology becomes so old doesn't it enter public domain? That means anyone can still produce it without Sony's permission.
Will he become a villain as legendary as his grandfather?
Will Adam Driver win an Oscar for his performance?
nope, we've seen him without the helmet multiple times
"It stood for the first act of critical, political consciousness that Italy had experienced. Italy up to that point had no history, no unified history as a nation, only a history as many divided little peoples, divided little countries, and with a great gap between north and south."
Is there a definitive split between the two or is that just being too anal? Could Pasolini, if he was to be categorized, be placed in the Second Wave, despite not really wanting to define his work as Neorealism at all? And where would other Italian directors rank? Is Fellini post-Neorealism,...
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What is the most insufferable, smug, morally preachy film you've ever seen /tv/?
Do people actually praise this as a good performance? I thought his inflection was constantly off. And he literally looks like a big kid.... sort of like the big baby from Toy Story 3. It's as if some fedora-tipping neckbeard went to the barber and asked for a "JUST" and then proceeded to try and be a villain in his home neighbourhood.
Also someone needs to tell him that SHOUTING REALLY LOUD at random POINTS IN YOUR SENTENCE is not the only way to convey ANGERRRRRRRR.
Him and Foggy really dragged the show down a bit. Still enjoyable though.
>"Always two there are, no more, no less. A master and an apprentice."
Why are the Sith so powerful, then? There are literally THOUSANDS of Jedii.
That rule is untrue
Maul, Oppress, Ventress, Sheev and Dooku were all Sith and were alive at the same time, and that is more than 2
And at the same time Sheev was building Anakin into yet another Sith, so really the rule is "there is no rule, its just nonsense to trick the Jedi"
Convince me that the Jedi were evil.
In a way, they had become bad.
They had become quite arrogant about their abilities and towards threats facing the Republic. They doubted the Sith could overtake them, and they had become dismissive of any questioning of the council. It was their way, or the highway. They thought they knew everything, which was, of course, their undoing and which led to Sheev reclaiming the galaxy under sith control.
They also went against their code of giving justice and trial, trying to kill Sheev.
I just watched the part where Tony spends 30 seconds telling his therapist how sexy and gentle she is then gets out if his chair and goes up to kiss her and she leans back as much as possible
God that is the most awkward thing in the universe.