Name the best tv show in the world or I´ll eat your soul
Would this be worth going to see?
Give me one good reason why he's not the best Holmes ever committed to screen. No dumb jokes about tumblr and his name, please. Go ahead.
Jedi Rocks was a more memorable track than anything in TFA. Prove otherwise.
Leo DiCaprio and Tom Hardy displaying both sides of my personality
>TFA DOMESTIC WEDNESDAY $6.2m (DOWN 78%), OVERSEAS WEDNESDAY $13m (DOWN 65%)
Why is she still wearing the guitar strap but not the guitar?
Did Malick fuck up? Is he finally outing himself as a bad dieector?
Malick peaked with Badlands.
He made some really, really good stuff afterwards (basically everything up to and including TToL is god tier), but he never made anything as perfect as Badlands.
How long was it between Episoe V and VI?
After Tatooine in VI, Luke says he has to keep a promise and return to finish his training, which I assume is a reference to when he told Yoda he'd be back in V, but between the two movies suddenly he has a new lightsaber and has honed Jedi powers.
Does that mean he went to go see Yoda again between the two times? And how come in VI we see him ask Yoda if Vader is his father? As if it is the first time he's seen him since V.
>How long was it between Episode V and VI?
About 6 months
>Does that mean he went to go see Yoda again between the two times?
No, he was doing Han Solo related stuff. He only built the lightsaber just before the assault on Jabba's palace using stuff he found in Obi-Wan's hut.
>As if it is the first time he's seen him since V.
I always thought it was a possibility that he went to see Yoda between the two movies. It seemed like a really strange turn that Yoda would teach him a bunch of shit, he ran off pre-maturely to Yoda's dismay, but then the dude was just gonna die off 6 months later. He also seems to be pretty satisfied with what Luke has learned from him when they see each other in Jedi but was not at all when he sees him in Empire. If they haven't interacted since then that kinda invalidates all of Yoda's fears of Luke confronting Vader pre-maturely at the end of Empire.
>It's a time travel episode
>It's a WWII-themed episode
>Nazis are the villains
It's Nic Cage's birthday, today!
What did you get him?
>Samuel L Jackson says lightsaber fights weren't up to par in TFA
Is he right /tv/?
JUSTice League (2016)
Directed by James Cameron
>Hollywood's greatest fuck-ups are assembled to form the JUSTice League, to combat a threat beyond each member's capabilities.
Who else is going to see this in cinemas?
Who should play him in the inevitable biopic?
Put aside all the smears after he died about his private life, the man did a lot for charity and was a British legend.