>89 years old
>still makes documentaries
I think he'll be fine
Is Tom Hardy autistic or just a really bad actor?
Jesus, Casper... what has life done to you that you had to resort to this?
>its a lisa/maggie/marge/grandpa episode
does "grampa is an itchy & scratchy writer" count as a grampa episode? because that one is great, although it could be called a "bart and lisa solving everything" episode
lisa on ice is also a great episode
>it's a bart/homer/lisa/maggie/marge/santa's little helper/grandpa episode
Why were they all CGI? Why did lucasfilms decide to just "do the computers" with this?
Because it was new, and George liked doing new things unlike some people *cough* JJ Abrams *cough*
I'll try shouting, that's a good trick
what did he mean by this?
>it's 'David Bowie dies and 4chan collectively pretends to be sad to feel like part of something' episode
Holy fuck /tv/ this show is heinous.
It wont last more than one season.
>its another wesley episode
>It's a best character episode
The Stepfather (2009) was a terrible horror film but they utilized Amber Heard extremely well, showing off her strengths as an actress in near every scene she was in.
I agree OP, effective utilization of Ms Heard's demonstrable talents provides something of a redepmtion for even the most inferior motion picture.
What was it like on /tv/ when this dropped?
What do you think were his policies on illegal immigration?
What do you think happened to ol' blueie there? It's well-known that the Emperor disliked non-humans and didn't allow any to serve in his military, although Vader wasn't as racist and was willing to use alien bounty hunters.
What Asian cinema has /tv/ been watching lately?
Overseas at the moment, Ran was on the hotel movie channel. Dad hadn't watched it before and I watched it only recently so I watched it again with him, it's still great as a re-watch although I think the 3rd acts pace is disproportionate to the rest of the 3rd act.
What does /tv/ think of The Prestige