How did he lost to a untrained girl?
The movie showed us multiple times that Chewie's blaster is fucking powerful as shit. Nigga'd just been shot by it in the gut.
Considering you turn into a little bitch when you stub your toe, I'd say he did remarkably well.
Well, Rey had a tough life growing up. She's clearly scrappy and capable of defending herself to a degree.
Add that to the fact Kylo was injured, aggravated, and had just killed his dad. Conflicting emotions and injured abdominal muscles make you a worse fighter, and probably a worse Force user.
Rey is also implied to be a Force genius. Kylo's confidence in his mental strength may have been shaken as well.
What's his endgame?
Is he a good actor? Why did his career never take off?
No shitposting, would you insert your penis into Major Scarjo's cybernetic soft robot vagina? Of course with her approval.
also will we get quality sex robots in our lifetime? Why are robots still shit?
>spaceships are giant potatoes
What did they mean by this?
They needed to make it the shape of a shell so the name could be a metaphor for the shells we all hide ourselves in so we don't have to reveal our true thoughts to the outside world
The ship hung in the sky in much the same way that bricks don't.
Can we get a Bond thread? Hulu just dropped a lot of Bond films and I've only seen Brosnan's and a few from Connery. What's the official power ranking? What will I like if I thought From "Russia With Love" was the best one?
Breddy goob-tier: Dr. No, From Russia With Love, Goldfinger, Thunderball, The Spy Who Loved Me, For Your Eyes Only, both Dalton films, Goldeneye, Casino Royale
Shit-tier: Errything else.
>Ah, mademoiselle, but my visit to your beautiful country was going so well. I wept at the beauty of Versailles, marveled at the magnificence if The Louvre, and found the culinary delights of your nation to be like unto a dream. And now...this. Mademoiselle, I have heard tales of the rudeness of the French people, but my experience in this country has taught me otherwise. You, however, have shaken that observation to the core. I shall return home and enthrall my friends not with tales of the Beaty and strength of the French people, but instead their cruelty...
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>Jonah stares directly into her eyes
>begins to vibrate at an incredibly fast speed
>his eyes roll into the back of his head
>his mouth agape, spit begins to fly across the room
>the interviewer and audience fall into a trance and fall to the floor
>"all hail Jonah...All hail Jonah"
>specks of turd fly out of Jonahs asshole, ripping a hole in his...
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What was this conversation like?
>tfw you will never live in the Shire
Well, the shire was kind of a gay place. From what tolkien said, only a few hobbits had awesome lives, those being the aristocratic bunch that frodo, merry, bilbo, pippen, all came from
Everybody else was poor as shit and lived in dirt holes in the ground...but...i guess they were drunk all the time too.
movies tv tricked you into watching
Name a bigger butterface in movies
You actually can't
Just to be clear, Anno will never ever let Hollywood do a Evangelion live-action.
Del Toro was even pissed that Anno didn't sell him the rights, so he made Pacific shit.
This show is hilarious. Deal with it you dips.
What the fuck was his problem?
Are there any good movies about failures that aren't too depressing? Something where like, the main character doesn't succeed at all, but he still had spirit and that's the most important thing so it's still uplifting? Kind of like Rocky, but with a more pathetic protagonist I can relate to?
To many movies are about amazing people succeeding and it depresses me.
What do you think of this movie?
I like it and thought it was decent.
I wish there were more threads about Zizek on this board.
he probably regrets doing them because it made him a circus freak that normies would flock to based on his demeanor instead of his ideas.
He also admitted multiple times that he doesn't watch the entire movie most of the time and just riffs on whatever he sees going on.
I'm looking for some movie that I have barely any information because I have shit memory
Basically it was about two people, and now I don't remember but it was either a couple or brother and sister. Probably the latter but I'm not sure.
It was about two of them spending the night (? also unsure) making "dares" which was basically one person saying they should do this, and then repeat with the other person. All I know is that the shit got intense but that's about it. Please help /tv/
>"Everything's under control!"
>oh look it's another nazi episode
>conveniently after trump's win too
>it's an action movie where the woman can take out a dozen men twice her size without breaking a sweat
Oh wait, that's every action movie made in the last decade.
>it's an action movie where the woman
Enough. We get it, Hollywood.
I hope to god there's another small white penis joke in the next westworld episode.
Luke Skywalker is gay? Tf?
I think this might be my favorite movie. I'm developing an obsession with it, actually. Any other anons who are fans?
It's one of the few horror movies that's actually freaked me out on my first watch. I can name at least three specific moments that left me uncomfortable. The sinister atmosphere throughout is fucking fantastic as well.
what are they saying to each other
I have a question, /tv/, why do people on the political right love this show so much? It's one of the most liberal shows ever made
It's really not as "liberal" as liberals like to make it seem. At the end of a day it's a show made by a white guy who was a cop and a Navy sailor who and really liked the discipline and structure of those environment and basically made a show about that with a positivist world view (which ironically is directly opposed by the post-modernist world view most leftists subscribe to today) attached to it.
It's "liberal," but it's not the space communist manifesto.
People from all sides of the political spectrum love it, because it's a great show.
Best western in the last few decades?
"If Felicia has four days free I'd love to have her back on Supernatural"
I couldn't understand this movie. Im alone?
What is there to understand?Chigurh is a psychopath with principles and judgemental attitude.A lot of people will tell you he's invincible or unstoppable but that's bullshit.
Sheriff is full of shit.Chigurh killed Llewelyn's wife and I can't really remember more.