New Sunny Tomorrow, In the mean time best moments thread
show peaked at season 5
it was funnier when they were all psychopaths getting their way all the time
now they're just losers, and that's the joke, what big losers they are
I guess this makes it easier for real losers to "identify" with them
but it makes for pretty lame, tired comedy
Does anyone have this picture but with all the captions?
>tfw you will never be this comfy
>they should acquit a man because I watched a Netflix documentary
>Quentin Tarantino is a great director! He breaks all the rules!
Underrated actor thread I'll start.
Also RIP large black man
Why are screenwriters the most respected profession in Hollywood?
Post your scripts. Let's show them.
>implying you are not automatically protected the moment you write it.
KEKED by mighty China.
Is Starry Eyes a good movie?
>Ohhh. Great Warrior? Wars not make one great.
What did he mean by this /tv/?
What went wrong?
Did Suge inject Eazy-E with AIDS after he was done beating him up in the studio? It's the only reasonable explanation...
>Eazy-E gets AIDS from fucking hood rats and hookers
>Literally no other black rappers from the period get AIDS
Nigga was on the downlow getting his boypussy reamed bruh
How did everyone enjoy this movie? I wasn't able to see it in 70mm, but I went in with absolutely no expectations and loved all of it. A lot of people are split on this movie, but what did /tv/ think of it
The build to the cabin was a little too much. I get that it helped develop the characters and all, but even for Tarantino, it felt too dragged out. That's really my only issue with it.
We're stuck in hyperspace forever now, Han!
We're together forever, Han!
Together forever, Han!
And we can get married and you can call me your wife, Han!
What did he mean by this?
why did they downgrade his hand?
Maybe Luke wants to have the visibly robot hand as a reminder about Vader and the dark side, you know like how he looks at it in Jedi after he cuts Vader's off.
This works too.
Never too early to discuss what will you be watching.
>Mena (January 6, 2017).
Directed by Doug Liman.
In 1986, commercial pilot Barry Seal masterminds a massive drug smuggling operation out of the small town of Mena, Arkansas, which attracts the attention of the CIA, the DEA and the Mendelín drug cartel, only to slowly spirals out of control as the lines between his private life and his illegal activities become blurred.
>Tom Cruise as Barry Seal.
>Sarah Wright as...
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>Hidden Figures (January 13, 2017)
Directed by Todd Melfi.
Katherine Johnson, Mary Jackson, Dorothy Vaughan, Kathryn Peddrew, Sue Wilder, Eunice Smith and Barbara Holley, a group of African-American female mathematicians, struggle with issues of civil rights and gender equality while working as consultants for the NASA at the height of the Space Race between the United States and the Soviet Union during the Cold War, in which their contribution to the succesful launch of the Friendship 7 space mission.
You had me at Tom Cruise. I never rated the guy, thought his couch jumping antics was the tip of the batshit crazy iceberg, but the dude is dedicated to his craft and gives it his all, every single performance.
The film I'm eagerly awaiting is Korine's new film with Al Pacino