Hey /tv/, recommend me essential 80's fantasy-core movies
About to watch pic related and Dark Crystal
holy fucking shit, long time since i've seen something like it, its like borderline metaphysical tour on the edge of insanity. through the whole film i was kinda relating to the protagonists misery and anxiety, but then at the end when he just broke down in the middle of party and started crying i started laughing really fucking hard, it made me question my own sanity. seriously this was some heavy shit
he pissed his back
Why Robert De Niro, why?
ITT: feminism done right
Is it somehow possible discuss the new live adaption of little mermaid starring You-Know-Who?
Please keep it related to the film and don't post pics.
How big are these live adaptions generally? Will this boost her career back to mainstream?
When is it coming out?
please don't delete
>Is it somehow possible discuss the new live adaption of little mermaid starring You-Know-Who?
No, mods will delete this in minutes because the person featured in this movie is on their autism list.
Actresses are not television and film related. If a movie or TV show features an actress there is then grounds to delete any thread about that film or TV show.
if i had to go out on a limb i would say chlomo
when did she exit the mainstream? if anything this will damage her career. i think its another poor decision. she needs to stop letting trevor read scripts for her
too edgy for me
What was your favorite season of Truman? Season 8 was GOAT, killing off his father was something they never came even close to topping.
> Mary's an insecure faggot who was always going to be behind the line
> Screws Edith over by telling her fiance about Marigold
> Gets away scot-free and married
Nah, he's upset that Team Edith lost this season.
In before the Xmas special.
Who are some /tv/-approved stand-up comedians? I barely know anything about them so give me the best there is.
I just finished Inside Out.
At the very end, when they're looking at Riley's new islands, Fear notices a "Women Island" adding that "it's just a phase".
Did I hear that right? Did Disney go as far as recognizing homosexual feelings in one of their movies?
It's far more scientifically accurate than most of Tumblr posts. Care to give me any earlier example?
That's not how human sexuality works... women are just far more allowed than man to express certain feelings. "All women are a little bisexual" is one of those ridicolous theories coming from the USA.
HAHHAHHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAA The first one sucked so bad they had to change the name of the sequel just to distance itself from the first one.
Prometheus fags BTFO.
I really hope they go back to the "alien roots". I prefer when the alien movies feature some sort of space marines/expedition crew; who just gradually discover that there are infact aliens on their space station/base/ship.
The less frequent we see the aliens, the better. This type of movie is supposed to be a super scary movie where the Alien is shrouded in mystery and only appear to brutally slaughter someone.
I did enjoy the tentaclemonster and the white big guy though. Prometheus was pretty good.
What were they thinking?
The Matrix was already full to the brim of cliches (Oracle is some fried chicken eating fat black woman, Agents are square white "suits", etc). Reloaded just took it up a notch with the last civilization being a literal rave and the Architecht being Colonel Sanders.
It's time to settle this