Anyone have a link?
DICK MOVE, SHEEV!
So /tv/, after years of procrastinating and hearing various anons praise it, I finally saw WFRR? I've got to say, it was pretty good, a very well done film with a great cast, but I will never watch it again and the reason is pic related.
What the fucking shit were they thinking? Did they not intend for children to see this or were people just mentally tougher back then?
the book was even darker.
Why did everyone hate this show when it first aired? I only watched it this past week, but I remember skimming over threads in 2014 and it seemed like it only ever got shit on. Is it just plebs wanting answers to every mystery?
Leftovers thread anyway
>Nora best girl
>if the series finale also ends with Nick looking around at his smiling family I'll be a bit disappointed
if Mary goes back into her coma I'll die
I'm fine if they don't explain why. However, since the beginning they've been introducing more and more mysteries. To the point where a new mystery just feels cheap now.
TFA shills on suicide watch
ITT: Characters who are essentially you
How do you feel about The last samurai?
which is the better volume?
The one where she finally kills Bill
Even though it was cheap as hell. I mean the nigga had 5 steps, a sword available, glass, and she was sitting directly next to him. He could of done something with that, other than walk away like a bitch nigga.
In the trailers, luke says
>The Force is strong in my family. My father has it. I have it. My sister has it. You have that power too.
He even said in several interviews that he kept fucking up the line and had trouble not saying "had" for vader, and that the correct line WAS "has".
Everyone made a big deal about this before the movie came out, but the line wasnt even in the movie. Why did they force him to use "has" instead of "had". Is it something in episode 8? Would they really teaste something...
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They knew the film was taking negativity with the nog so they made hamill say it in the trailer to make people like you think that Vader may appear.
And you fell for it
So The Resistance has one part of the map to Luke, and The First Order has the other. At one point in the movie we see The Resistance's map, which shows a chunk of the galaxy with a missing piece in the middle where Luke is. Doesn't that mean The First Order has the relevant part? Why can't they just go there?
They did a bad job showing, the section of the map they have is a much smaller piece than is useable. It's like having a map of downtown Prague with no street or landmark names, and then having a map of the word. You would never know how to find the house he's in from a different country without both pieces.
No. The endpoint was on bb8s piece. Why cant they go there? Apparently they now dont have a full star map of the galaxy anymore, even though you can get scans from views like this. Shitty retcon of AotC, shutty shoehorned plotline, shitty movie. Should have just been starkiller plans as intended
If you gave someone a map with thr same 100s of points of reference bb8s piece had, you could absolutely find it by comparing it to google maps. They straight up retconned the galaxy being mapped
Can anyone help me remember the name of a movie where there's a group of kids who are good with computers and they have to take down some company that one of the main character's dad works for? It called something like Geeks.
Google keeps bringing up the Angelina Hacker movie but that's not it
>sounds in space
>gravity in all spaceships and space stations
>each planet has the same gravitational pull and habitable temperature and atmosphere
>most alien races are humanoid
>space travel takes no time at all (even travelling at light speed it would take 4 years to reach our closest neighbor star)
I can excuse lightsabers and Force shit since that can be fantasy based, but how did they get all the physics in space so wrong?
>Joe is blazed out of his mind
>Stops the flow of the conversation to do animal noises
He smokes weed before and sometimes during podcasts
Not just animal noises. He also imitates the sound of people eating
Joe really has started annoying me recently. One thing I've noticed is how awkwardly he tries to interject what little knowledge he has into a conversation. Like on the most recent podcast with Joey he repeatedly uses the phrase "slipping a mickey" like we get it Joe, you know the phrase "slipping a mickey" stop fucking repeating it.