Best french films?
Army of Shadows
Celine and Julie Go Boating
Pierrot le Fou
Discreet Charm of the Bourgeousie
Wages of Fear
Triplets of Belleville
Jean de Florette
>episode about religion
>atheist character converts to Christianity
based Girl Meets World
Farkle's still a fedora tipper though
Guess who's on Jimmy Fallon tonight?
>Literally american psycho for millennial scum
It wasn't too bad 2bh
I just heard the title of this show today, but the title and edgy poster alone makes me not want to see it. Like, it could be a great show and I may end up watching it eventually but right now from an outsider's perspective it looks edgy and on the same level as the Walking Dead or The Big Bang Theory for killers.
Has Hayden ever talked about the SW prequel and admit there shit?
ITT: characters that have the same name as you
I made a supercut of every instance of Matilda saying me name, plus instances of her saying things like "I love you."
>It's a Marty doesn't want to reveal something about the past to his children so he hobbles to his bedroom episode
>It's a "Daphne wants to impress Niles and wants to have connect with him over his interests so she convinces herself that she likes the opera and other classy things" episode
>watching Frasier after season 7
How does it make you feel to know that the most powerful scene in Star Wars is in the prequels?
The scene on the landing pad actually would have been great if Hayden Christensen and Natalie Portman weren't so fucking terrible
The fight is too fucking long and choreographed for me to even care, I get tired within three minutes
The Vader reveal at the end of Empire is still the most powerful scene.
The Obi-Wan v Anakin fight was nice though, at least until they went outside and fought on the catwalks and robot platforms. Once it got into that shit, I couldn't care less.
that's not even the most powerful scene senpai
Do you remember the moment when Star Wars was officially dead to you?
This was it for me
Wait...so are we just going to sit around and pretend like Howard the Duck isn't a legitimate character in the MCU?
>Lucas made the best capeshit movie ever
The jews in Disney will never accept that.
Why didn't they just create Jedi Killers with shields (to stop the sabers) and explosive weapons to shoot at the ground near the Jedi, hurting them without risk of deflection?
>implying a Jedi couldn't Force push or crush the droid inside the shield bouncing it all around like a fucking Ping-Pong ball rendering it asunder into thousands of small shards
Think about it before posting next time, you ignorant buffoon.
Would you watch a V for Vendetta sequel?
Who else hype for this?
How accurate is this? Also, what makes a great actor?
>watching a movie that takes place in medieval times or 1800' or any time before the 1950's
>can't help but think how bad everyone's breath must smell