YER A DED MAN
Hey /tv/, what is name of this guy's sword/baton/whatever?
>climax of Episode IX
>a terrified but more competent after some Luke mentoring Finn has to face off against a corrupted Rey, who has been drawn to the dark side by her power and Mary Sue-ness
>after some sparring, it's clear that Rey is on a completely different level and is just toying with her opponent
>Finn gets curb stomped and Rey is about to remorselessly kill her former best friend to become a full fledged Sith
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Now that season 5 is over, what are your thoughts on it? Great season and I liked that it was set in Germany. Allison got fucked badly and she deserved it. Do you think we will see Ivan in the future?
>More than 9,000 Britons are still using black-and-white TVs
>A standard color license is £145.50 per household per year, a black-and-white license costs only £49.
Why are Britbongs so backwards?
I don't want to let myself get hyped, but this could be good right? Tell me there's hope /tv/
Solid cast/director, if they include the creepy-as fook abstergo stuff from the first game in the modern day segments this could be paced well
I'm somewhat excited about this if only because of the cast and the director and such. AC is a shit series, but has a pretty interesting concept that's never fully explored, so it could be nice.
Also, it's set in a very interesting era and setting.
It's likely gonna be shitty tho.
Hunger tbqh famalam
Is she actually a terrible actress or is it just a meme? Haven't seen TFA but interested.
Reminder that you haven't seen these two in anything ever since they got blacklisted by Hollywood for criticizing Israel.
Cucumberbatch is the hero.
Mikkelsen is the villain.
Is this going to be the greatest fantasy movie of all time?
No, for the sole reason that it's Marvel.
This is coming from someone who loves the Marvel movies: THEY ARE ALL THE EXACT SAME FUCKING THING. If it's not the Based Russos doing a movie, it'll be the same fucking formula: Hero gets powers at some cost to himself, figures them out through trial and error, fights an evil version of himself, he wins, everyone's happy, cue after-credits.
I really want this to surprise me though.
What is next for him?
If he's a lawyer why did he take the law into his own hands instead of involving the police and justice system?
Be careful sir, the bucket is hot!
Why do people think this movie is so fucking good?
I mean it has a few good scenes but it's number 7 on IMDB and I don't understand that because it drags like hell in the middle.
What am I missing?
Is this the greatest action scene in the history of film?
What do you think of this funny meme
I think you need to check these dubs tr8or