moms gonna freak
What seasons are the most rewatchable?
>is this the tyra show or did this turn into night call all of a suddaaa *shits pants*
what did he mean by this?
What are some good capeshit movies to watch?
who /phasma/ here? i honestly hope she gets a decent amount of screen time in episode VIII
I ended up liking the character more than I thought I would.
I wouldn't even remotely consider myself 'anti-SJW', but casting a woman in the role just seemed kinda odd, but what's-her-name actually did a great job.
Not that she even really did anything, kek. Yeah, I do hope she actually does some cool stuff in VIII and actually matters. She's apparently supposed to be just under Kylo Ren and General Hux in rank.
All memes aside, what do you think of this hack?
Kill Bill 1&2 are Tarantino's best films.
Prove me wrong.
Are these three even the same character? They feel nothing alike and the only characteristic they seem to share is that they are pilots and have the same name.
Just noticed something about this movie.
Early in the movie it shows Angier reading
Borden's diary, and the first entry is:
>We were two young men at the start of a great career. Two young men devoted to an illusion. Two young men who never intended to hurt anyone."
I only just clicked that he could be talking about him and his brother, not him and Angier.
ITT: vidya that would make GOAT movies or tv
Felicity Jones - British female
Diego Luna - Mexican male
Riz Ahmed - Pakistani male
Ben Mendelsohn - Australian male
Donnie Yen - Chinese male
Jiang Wen - Chinese male
Forest Whitaker - African male
Mads Mikkelsen - Danish male
Alan Tudyk - American male
Jonathan Aris - British male
>only one american male
>camera pans over an open coffin
>"yep, that's me.
ITT: Actors you'd like to see try comedy
ITT: Tv shows that had the biggest influence on your life
"You are God's Tony Soprano."
Those were the words silently invading my consciousness by a commanding inner "voice" as I was on my knees, engaged in a nightly ritual of bedside prayer which, on that occasion and a few previous, included a petition for liberation from my Sopranos obsession. The year was 2004, or thereabouts, and the many hours I'd spent posting on the old Sopranoland forum during and after season 4 had probably quadrupled during the just-completed first runs of season 5. As my screen name suggests, Tony's psycho-spiritual redemption dominated my focus and interests. At times, I could hardly discipline my mind to think about anything else, and one part of me was seriously rebelling against the part ruled by the compulsion.
I was, afterall, 10 years out from a singularly momentous, life-changing encounter with the spirit of Christ, and my most consistent and earnest prayer in the years since was to acquire a Christ-like capacity for unconditional love so that I could be of greater, wider, and more genuine service in the world. However much I could acknowledge the depth and importance of the themes The Sopranos addressed, and however much the show stimulated captivating online conversations with a diverse and highly interesting group of people, the conventional-thinking, socially-conditioned aspect of me judged my constant preoccupation with a fictional mobster to be a waste of time and highly antithetical to my spiritual aspirations.
I'd been subject to consuming passions all my life, three of which predated my Sopranos obsession and rivaled or surpassed it in terms of intensity and longevity. The inextricable connection between the most notable of those (a lifelong love for Elton John's music) and my Christ encounter should have clued me in that passions aren't something to pray your way out of and are in fact the very engines that power your drive on the spiritual path. But I did not grasp that at the time, thus my prayer for deliverance.
So can we discuss the movie of 2015?
What did you think of it?
Would you watch the planned Del Toro sequel?
This "Sicario is amazing" meme needs to die.
The script was utter dogshit. It looked great, the actors were admirable, solidly edited, atmospheric score. But the writing... you could tell the writer has amateur at best knowledge on the subject. It was all very hokey and sensationalist, with dialogue that wouldn't be out of place on a Law and Order episode (This is the land of wolves). And then there were the contrivances. That Jon Bernthal scene was such a mess from a writing standpoint. The...
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It just reaffirms everything people already believed about the cartel conflict with trendy yet ultimately mediocre actors and #OnePerfectShot cinematography. Don't expect the /v/edditors to shut up about it anytime soon.