People, let's not forget, this is the more realistic, more cynical end of the Superhero scale. THIS version of Superman doesn't have that stupid "turning back time" crap that previous versions had. He isn't some flawless being that saves everyone and instantly solves every problem. He isn't the man that sneezes and destroys a Solar System. This version of Superman is not a God or a walking Deus Ex Machina. This version of Superman is wracked with terrible anxiety and insecurity. He struggles to find his place in the world - to get people to accept...
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>"turning back time" crap
that was honestly so dumb.
>time is like a wind-up clock and you can reverse its direction by making the earth spin the other way
lol. just lol.
but yeah dude modern superman sucks dicks
The character doesn't have to be a campy caricature with a 60s radio announcer voice but he also doesn't have to be on the opposite side of the spectrum. We already have Batman being dark as fuck, couldn't Superman have brought at least some levity to the film? The guy is a literal fucking god and all he does is sulk like a big fat pussy
Holy shit lads, was this the most overlooked action kino of the century?
>was this the most overlooked action kino of the century?
It's because Guardians of the Galaxy came out at the same time and sucked up all the box-office.
So who's going to see the Ocean's Eleven all female reboot here?
Reminder that if /tv/ had its way, none of them would exist.
Who is that in the lower right? I worked on Star Trek for over fifteen years but I can't seem to recognize him.
Bill Burr is starring as Simba in the all new Lion King movie.
So Reddit proved that the reviews on Rotten Tomatoes actually are rigged. Shouldn't there be a movement to demote this site from the public sphere?
What's his fucking problem?
Luke confirmed dead in Episode 8?
Will she ever win an oscar?
Of course she will "they" wouldn't have it any other way.
Why didn't you call him a gorilla, /tv/?
How does he look any less like one than Leslie Jones?
So by my estimate I make 80% on /tv/ a day. I make all the GOT threads, RLM threads, Reddit threads, black cock threads, you name it. So I'm just wondering how many of us are actually out there? 5? 10?
That's fucking embarrassing
>extremely overachieving man
>ends up marrying whore and raising her son.
Goddamn that's embarrassing
>plays SOAD at max volume not even 3 seconds after his owners leave
Wouldn't they hear it and turn around wondering what the fuck is happening?
I DRINK YOUR MILKSHAKE! *Sluuuuuuurp*
What did he mean by this?
J U S T
FUCK IT UP
FUCK MY SHIT
I WILL PAY YOU ALL OF THE MONEY IN MY WALLET TO JUST FUCK MY SHIT UP RIGHT HERE RIGHT NOW
Why was this considered bad? I mean it was pretty middle of the road better than Nightmare 5 and 6 and F13 8 and 9 and also better than the remakes. I thought the first half was actually pretty solid and went downhill from there
I read somewhere that, at the end, Pinhead was supposed to hook both of them with his chains and drag them to hell, but the rights to Hellraiser had switched companies or something so they couldn't do it.
This man does not understand economies of scale
Not every restaurant can afford to cook every single meal made out of some exotic meats
OP, which episode was your restaurant featured on? I want to watch it.
Anyways, most the shit isn't "exotic"
It's the food not sucking. Simple, fresh ingredients to make simple, but good meals.
seriously? this piece of shit got best picture? it's one of the most tame, predictable and plain movies I've seen in a while. this is what happens when you make a movie without any sense of style or directorial interference. it was made solely by the scriptwriters and camera operators.
what a piece of shit
Carol was the best movie of 2015
There's no one that disagrees right?
Mad maxxers pls stay away.
What would you do if this was your Mom?
ITT : actors deaths you forgot
I forgot he died, I remember hearing the news in 2013 but I completely forgot until recently I wanted to watch his recent movies and saw that he died 3 years ago then I remembered.
Robin Williams has been dead for almost 2 years
Christopher Lee has been dead for over a year
Michael Jackson has been dead for nearly a decade
>we're closer to 2030 than to 1990
Why did it do so poorly at the box office?
But seriously OP, I have no idea. It's my favorite movie of the year so far, one of the funniest I've seen in long, long time.
>they're fighting over the revolver on the balcony
>it goes off and kills the guy on stilts in the backyard
>'HEY. How'd you know my name's Buddy?'
Just about died at these parts.
If he succeeded in killing John Connor, what would he have done afterwards?
>it is closer to 2017 than it is to 2015
>it is closer to 2030 than it is 1990
what are some films about existential crisis, /tv/?
Who would actually win?