>James May "very chuffed" about Chris Evans leaving Top Gear after only one season
So how is it objectively? I'm interested in buying it but I've read some mixed things on /tv/. Though yet again maybe /tv/ isn't the best place to ask.
This is one of the few films that actually stuck with me. When I'm in a bad situation I often think about Locke and the way he handled the consequences of his decisions. This is possibly the most boring movie ever made but it has a heart.
>Its a Lois is a great mother episode
Thoughts on John Slattery?
i don't think ive ever seen a single horror movie in my life, ive always been too scared.
as a form of shock therapy I'm just going to marathon a bunch of horror movies this weekend. what movies should I add to my marathon list? this is what I have so far
Texas chainsaw massacre
nightmare on elm street
My mom was a poor village girl when The Exorcist came out, it was one of her first kino experiences. She had ptsd flashbacks for years after it, and sometimes even now she fears to walk in the dark. I guess she's just not into horror movies.
Are we having a
neon demon thread?
What exactly did he defile?
So, people are complaining being sexist is bad.
Being sexist to females Ghostbusters is wrong because sexism is bad. But in the movie all the males are dumb idiots or assholes and they shoot men in the dick, but that ok?
Bane? Tell me about your sexual organs.
Has anyone else ever seen this movie/series before? I feel like it's really underappreciated as a movie. I'm not normally into martial arts films but I particularly enjoyed this one.
Will this movie be good and successful? I really want to see it, but I'm worried.
>I really want to see it, but I'm worried.
Worried about what, you got stock in it? Look, there's no guarantees when it comes to movies, no matter what you try to tell yourself.
Go in with zero expectations, nothing's on the line, try to enjoy yourself if you can.
Have a Journeyman.
>its a Truman thinks about high school and cries all day episode
>it's a truman jerks of to the memory of a 15 year old girl episode
be nice or be an ass but keep discussion going
hi man, nearly made a thread myself earlier but forgot
you watch anything nice today?
re watching out 1
nice new chart, i replied when you posted it yesterday but i think you fall asleep
i see Julien Donkey Boy, Colossal Youth, Us Go Home, Le Rayon Vert and Landscape sucide (love that one)
what are the others?
also did you check out the mubi list senpai?
Watched some refn's today
Really like Only God Forgives
post ur fav movie quotes
pic related its mine
Would you give up
your woman if she were an FBI informant?
Can someone explain to me why the CGI in the Hobbit trilogy is shamefully bad and worse than that in the LotR trilogy?
Also general THT hate thread.
I found the first one pretty enjoyable, good set up, Bilbo wasn't as terrible as I expected and got better as he went on, they added a bunch of unnecessary stuff in the second movies all of which are pretty forgettable.
Also An Unexpected Journey had a pretty nice soundtrack too, lots of memorable tunes.
>That scene where the dwarves all sit around Bilbo's fireplace singing about how they lost their home and want it back
Fucking incredible. There's nothing like that in the two sequels and a lot of it is largely ruined by the comic relief, Alfred or whatever his name was, Stephen Fry was alright though. Not great or anything just okay.
Is this as good as Dogville was?
>it's almost 10 years since the best TV show of all time came out
Thats cool and all OP.
But this is now a Jenette McCurdy LEWD Thread.
well I mean if that's what the thread is
Guys, can we get an 80's light-hearted action films thread?
Stuff like Schwarzenegger flicks, RoboCop, Beverly Hills Cop, shit like that. I need to grow my collection of essential /80score/
both great suggestions
The Hidden is another underappreciated action classic
>who talks first? I talk first? you talk first?
holy fuck, the memes were true. fucking quipshit has destroyed everything that is good. dropped harder than anything I've ever dropped
> they spent a whole episode and a half basically focusing on the return of this character, only to leave his story hardly further
> Added a new character for a single episode just to tell him he has a purpose.
>he's clearly an Anti-hero, making it more unexpected for him to do something extremely heroic
> Cleganebowl is a red herring and may or may not happen, but I would bet there's a deeper purpose for him
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What are some movies that really give you the feel of living in the UK but not in London? Submarine and This is England came to my mind, any other movie like these two?
Hopes for the new series?
How SJW infested will it be.
I hope we see more of life on earth and society beyond the federation.
will the new show be set during a time with holodecks? will we get mirror universe shit?
Does this meme even apply to trek? The TOS was populated by the rainbow coalition for fucks sake. Can we just have one thing where I dont have to see faggots crying about SJW bogeymen?
>show is fucking awful
>yet you keep watching it
What's her name /tv/?
would Marco Polo [A Netflix Original] be any better without the white fella?
did they really need a white protagonist to sell this show?
Was looking to marathon a series today, is Spartacus a good choice?