Do you think he enjoyed the new Star Wars?
Why didn't he just use his own shit to create the bacteria needed for the source of organic matter to grow more crops?
I don't get Dredd. While the "bad guys" are definitely reprehensible, I find the judges equally disgusting: being homeless and taking drugs is illegal, and there are various scenes (for example the scene in which the rookie is forced to kill a perp who is begging for his life, and the subsequent scene in which it is revealed he had a family) which clearly paint Dredd and the justice system in a negative light. Whose side am I meant to be on?
So when does it get good?
What was this character's name again?
Feel free to say variations of "muh Ozymandias"; You know I'm right.
why do /tv/ hate this?
In a June 3, 2015 interview with TV Insider, Dan Harmon explained why season six would likely be the last of the series:
“ We've exploded into these successful shrapnel. Ken is now Dr. Ken. Alison has probably got her eye on movies. Gillian is working on a Netflix show. If there was some magical way of guaranteeing that everyone could come back all at once, let's do it. But it would be a lot easier to put together a movie project and get them all on board than to say, "Let's give it one more season!"
How does someone so appallingly bad at acting continue to get work?
according to Limmy
Daily reminder that the BBC turned down a TV series by Limmy based on Falconhoof.
>Kylo looks nothing like Han ands Leia
This exactly. What the fuck were they thinking? He has a long distinct face with huge ears and I'm pretty sure he's mexican. How is he Han and Leia's soon?
So, will he go another year without winning for this? Touchy subject with the Indians, think they'll throw it off the ballot just for that?
15 minutes of watching him get mauled by that bear was pretty rough.
>Bran's actor describing season 6: "It’s quite Inception-y."
Are D&D gonna fuck up? Surely not with the GOAT cast + storylines they have ready now
What went wrong?
most disappointing movie of 2015?
where the fuck did the huge budget go?
It was pretty disappointing that a movie staring a WWF wrestler punching the Earthquake and getting the fault line in a headlock made 155 mil.
Also Vacation remake being completely now 100% joke free.
So /tv/ i think I know your answer but now that the dust has settled... What was your opinion of
I mean your honest opinion. Not your 4chan opinion.
Finally saw it and I thought it was pretty good.
>Inb4 go back to reddit.
Just answer the Q lads
I liked it despite its many flaws. It's great to watch a completely original, big budget SF movie that's unashamedly pro-technology and pro-spaceflight.
The film doesn't really make logical sense in a lot of ways but the plot holes and bad science are just about forgivable as its well directed, well acted, tense, and has an amazing soundtrack.
One of the most insane movie experiences I've ever had. Saw it with my friends, and it really was spectacular, in the literal sense.
It was deeply flawed, as I admitted to later on, but as an aspiring filmmaker myself it was fucking inspiring.
I think the worst thing Interstellar could do is inspire future filmmakers. The movie was dumb and obnoxious like Michael Bay, only it's worse because there was an air of unwarranted self-importance to the script (the whole scene with the teacher for example). Clunky exposition, rough sketches of characters that aren't Cooper and Murph, some of the worst sound mixing of all time, and this isn't even getting into the totally retarded last 30 minutes.
Nolan's worst movie in years, probably ever.