What is the best romantic movie with non-simpleton romance to watch with gf.
also channel awsome thread
As to tv shows, I am in the minority who not only does not get the obsession with current tv shows but also believes that nothing will EVER match the best episodes of the Sopranos. Seriously. If one were to ask what are the greatest examples of recorded television, there's the standout episodes of the first 4 seasons of The Sopranos and everything else, from The Wire to Breaking Bad to Game of Thrones down the the lowest level staged reality shows and talk shows, in a separate giant blog of shows that could never match it.
>nothing will EVER match the best episodes of the Sopranos
This will be his biggest show of his career
Hi guys i hope you can help me.
i am trying to find an old sci fi movie or mini series i watched in the 80's
the only thing i can remember is that its about a space ship heading back to earth, and also a character needs to hold a cable together otherwise the gun wont fire.
i know its a bit vague.
>pic not related...its battle beyond the stars
Why does /tv/ never talk about this?
I really liked the first season and how they kept the pace high.
Over explanatory narrator kills the show for me
its gergous however, the neon club shootout scene looks amazing on my 4k tv, and they are some beautiful moments like pablo standing in the field looking off screen.
This movie would NEVER be allowed on /tv/. It involves a Parental Guidance (PG) rating and a boy getting everything he wants. You ever see it? It's called Blank Check and it's a hoot and a holler. from some guy who reminds me of John Candy being the best friend, to the distant dad who learns to pay attention to his boy, this 1990s movie is a must-classic.
>Be 6'3" of pure muscle
>Olympian-level taekwondoe athlete
>Quits that to become a underwear model
>Quits that to become a successful stockbroker and businessman
>Quits that to become an actor
>Still looks hot over 40
>Fuck white women all day long
He's literally the perfect specimen of humanity
>I fucked Ted
ITT: Actors who killed people irl
>I would have followed you, my brother. My captain. My King.
Is this the greatest feels-train of cinematic history?
No because the buildup of their relationship to that moment was hammy and dumbed down for goy audiences. Prior to that, there were about 15 seconds were Boromir was not bluntly foreshadowed as a villain. The extended editions were particularly unbearable: having scenes where both Gandald and Galadriel tell Frodo, literally: "Boromir's gonna take the ring."
There should have been more of an emphasis on Boromir's positive characteristics, and on the camaraderie he shares with Aragorn as royalty of Gondor. His betrayal should have been shocking, a surprise....
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what you guys think about this movie?
just watched this movie for the first time on netflix
i thought it was good but i got a question
any ideas why
Daniel killed Eli ?
Eli represented the morality that Daniel forwent. Eli keeps coming back as if he is "owed" something, Daniel feels guilty for his past transgressions, but by killing Eli he is no longer up held to the past.
>Daniel feels guilty for his past transgressions, but by killing Eli he is no longer up held to the past.
I disagree. I think he just geniuenly disliked him almost disgusted by him thats why he tells him how much better his brother is doing almost to rub salt into the wound. He was basically swatting a fly.
Who has he murdered?
All of the original season 1-2 Gang. He then started replacing them with further and further exaggerated personality lookalikes so they could fit the image of the Gang he had in his addled mind.
El Chapo escaped for the 3rd time now, that means no more Sean Penn movie, Sean is probably dead by now.
So. f*cking. true.
You're in the club and this guy slaps your girlfriend's ass.
What do you do?
Please recommend me a good movie /tv/
Cast the reboot captain edition.
how was land allocated in the federation? also what was the typical lifespan at that point? 150 years?
why did the ship always meet each other face to face and travel on the same plane?
they always say they cant go "around" something because its too big, but never above or below?
Why does /tv/ hate filler episodes so much?
Is this worth watching?
Have you ever really left a movie half way through?
pic related, so boring and cliched it was insulting
however Jarecki later adapted the story absolutely perfectly in the riveting The Jinx
no spoilers please lads still got a couple to catch up on haha
>walk into theater
>no one else there
Is this any good /tv/?
Bored and want something funny and lightweight to watch
Yes, it's really good.
Humor is mostly dialogue based, with awesome voices and delivery.
The lines are wonderful.
Some movie/tv references, but not in a dumb way.
Only complain (for me): it can be kinda cruel sometimes. Two or three episodes were unnecessarily cruel IMO.
Still, recommend all the way.
Take Star Wars and Star Trek out of the mix and what do you have left for good spaceshit?
A couple more I've probably forgotten.
What snacks do you eat at the cinema?
As an American, I eat 2-3 jars of fried pigs feet.
how you want your love interest DC comics?
>try to find movie
>there's nothing but yify encodes