Are there any movies that accurately represent fridges? In real life a fridge is full with shit you actually eat. In movies it's always a half eaten pizza, some beer and random fucking unidentified shit in a box.
A fridge should actually be the perfect way for the director to tell something about the character that uses it. All I see are just generic foods that no one actually puts in their fridge.
>Make sure no Irish survive. I'll not have our pure Anglo-Saxon blood mix with them.
>equally hard situation of having to see the ship go down
I'm in love with this decoy
she's so damn pretty
This was actually very good. Probably his best film since Pulp Fiction.
the brand new flick from pixar about stupid kids with cars instead of faces.
Lord of the Ringz
Five members of five different gangs must work together to raid police headquarters to remove evidence that would indict them all. Ringisha Jones is the love interest of all the members, but is secretly an informant for the police.
AY RICK...*rubs head*...LEMAX'CHU SUMTHANG...HOO GON TAYKE CAR CAROL MANG? *sniffs*...YOU NO THANGS DEFRENT NOW MANG...
I feel like people should give Family Guy credit for giving Rick and Morty inspiration for all that weirdo sci fi shit. And at least when Family Guy does it they manage to get a few legit jokes in it rather than completely relying on reddit humor
in all my years of browsing /tv/, I don't know if I've ever seen and law and order thread
so here's one
post anything related to the king of daytime/late night reruns (spinoffs welcome)
Recommend more documentaries like this please, /tv/ friends
Is she, dare I say it, /ourgal/?
TIL Vin Diesel spent $3,000 to write, produce and star in a short film called Multi Facial which paralleled his real life struggles of landing roles due to his multi ethnic appearance. Spielberg saw the film and casted him in Saving Private Ryan, thus launching his career
What are some interesting facts you know about celebrities starting out on their careers?
TIL When Matt LeBlanc auditioned for the role of Joey in "Friends" he only had $11 dollars to his name. When the cast got their paychecks, the first thing that Courteney Cox bought was a car. Matt LeBlanc bought a hot dinner.
Do Americans really do this?
Is this the best movie Brad Pitt has done?
You better have theater surround sound. Watching this on a cpu or through headphones is silly. I understand pirates are poor but you are sacrificing viewing experience with this particular movie.
LOOK AT ME
Reminder even you can fix yourself by going /fit/
Is Black and Chrome worth the money?
I've already own Fury Road on Blu-ray. And the black-and-white style looks great in some shots, but unremarkable in others. Almost like they just added a desaturation filter to the movie without bothering to adjust the contrast or levelling. That and the bright colour palette was a huge plus in Fury Road. And particularly refreshing after having so many late 2000/early 2010 films being brown-and-grey.
>tfw you break into your happy dance
VOD Tuesday continues with an indie dramadey that many of you might love because of the redditish plot and actors that you won't admit you enjoy.
You won't have eyes tonight; you won't have ears or a tongue. You will wander the underworld blind, deaf, and dumb, and all the dead will know: This is Hector. The fool who thought he killed Achilles.
"I tip my hat to you... one legend to another."
This shit went from LOST S1 to LOST S5 in 2 episodes.
But Lost got worse.
Westworld episodes 1 and 2 were boring as fuck. I was going to drop it, but 3, 4, and 5 sucked me back in.
The best movie of 2016 is out.
Not even joking.
>it's a socially awkward girl gets the Chad movie
>she's pretty and quirky
>she's just like! XDXDXDXD
wtf I like Tim Burton again
Animals are crazy yall
That scene with a lizard running for his life from snakes is pure kino.
jesus christ LITERALLY flawless semen demon: The show
i'll never grow up don't you see
because my daddy murdered me
Judith was last seen riding her bike on the morning of July 25, 1988. That evening, József shot her in the head while she was sleeping, and then murdered Maria. He spent the next two days wandering around the house, and said during a phone conversation with Judith's agent the next night that he intended to move out for good, and just needed time to "say goodbye to my little girl." He then poured gasoline on the bodies and set them on fire. After incinerating the bodies, he went to the garage and shot himself in the head with a .32 caliber pistol....
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Who is your favorite big guy in tv and film?