>Anon, I had a pretty rough day at the office.
>Let me kick you in the balls a couple of times to let off some steam.
What's wrong with it?
I'm going to have to science the shit out of this.
>early 2000's movie
>SOME-BODY ONCE TOLD ME
>mfw I aint the sharpest tool in the shed starts playing
ITT: we post our best movies of the decade
So I know /tv/ likes to fight and be contrarian, but in the spirit of New Year's Eve can we all at least come to a consensus about the best of 2015?
For show, it must be TD season 2, simply because of the depth of Frank Seymon's character, the ending scene (the walk), and the impact the season left on /tv/
For film, I am not sure. I think it's a tie between It Follows and and Mad Max, with a honorable mention of Taken 3.
ITT: consensus thread of 2015. No disputes or fighting please.
I'm guessing this is ebin irony, but season 2 was great.
Plebs must be removed.
What's the name of this book she's reading?
Will the Han Solo film be the best of the new Star Wars?
Phil Lord and Christopher Miller have only done great films so far
>22 Jump Street
>The Lego Movie
>21 Jump Street
>Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
No even b8'ing.
Those films have that little extra greatness to them.
Why do other actors and comedians hate Chevy Chase?
This is the best Sherlock Holmes
"They wanted to do a retro movie. I don't like that. Every movie I work very hard to make them completely different, with different planets, with different spaceships, make it new."
Do you miss me yet?
Have you ever cried in a movie and what was that movie?
This makes no sense. Is it actually good?
FFFFFFFFFFFFFUUUUUCKKKK YOOOOOOOU /TV/ I just wanted a comfy Miyazaki movie, not these fucking train of feels FUCK YOU
I watched it last night, actually. Liked it a lot. Cried plenty.
Credits will do fine.