What did he mean by this?
Masterpiece or Reddit?
It's Friday the 13th, /tv/.
That means it's time to watch one of the Friday the 13th movies. I personally recommend Part 4. It's easily the best/most rounded Ft13th films.
Anyone else got annoyed they felt obligated to include some muslim girl as part of some genius hackers group?
exact moments you lost all respect for a character
pic very related
what a fucking scumbag
>go to see this
>only other people in the theatre are a mother with three children and a father with his daughter
>the father and I are the only ones enjoying ourselves
Is Peanuts dead?
I went to see it with my
gfand the theater was packed.
It was actually pretty great. I'm glad they didn't try to modernize it by making the characters cynical or anything. My only complaint was the overlong Red baron sequences. That shit lasted like twenty minutes and was pretty pointless
The sequences were fun, but I agree that they went on too long. They could've shaved a few minutes off of them and still managed to parallel the main plot like they were intending. My biggest issue was with the music. Didn't really match up to the classic jazz that is usually associated with Peanuts, except for Linus & Lucy, of course.
I just watched Apocalypse Now on /tv/'s recommendation and WOW is it one of the most overrated, boring films I've ever seen. Arguably Kubrick's weakest.
What other films has /tv/ lied to you about?
>expect this to be a polyamory propaganda
>3 hours of kek memes
>it actually portraits the lesbian couple as normal people
>only one small kek
>boring and surprising at the same time
Another thing I do not comprehend is how the main character, a clear mouthbreather, has some jawline.
What /tv/ thing about this movie?
american television... what the fuck.
You've never heard of a "Scared Straight" program before? That's what happens (although keep in mind by virtue of them being recorded, they could either be holding back or playing it up for the cameras)
I finally got around to watching this masterpiece.
Where do I go from here as no other show gives me the same satisfaction.
nowhere. I guess you could try GoT but it gets quite shit pretty fast. shame really
>tfw season 3 is never going to happen
Guess what move I'm going to see /tv/
Pic related, I'm at the cinema now. Will post more pics in a minute.
Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie
>The actor reportedly has a long list of celebrity exes including an award-winning actress, a religious movie star, a top Hollywood personality with a controversial past, a TV star, a media personality and a model
Who is it? I need a name.
what was this film's message?
recommend me a good romance movie