Are you ready for more of Reddit the Show?
How would you rate each season?
Season 1: 9/10
Season 2: 5/10
Season 3: 4/10
Season 4: 6/10
Season 5: 8/10
Season 6: 6/10
Season 7 (So far): 7/10
Is the idea of stomaching this garbage after season 3 true? Is this shit just normie trash or is it something I'm missing out on, like Game of Thrones was
inb4 got is normie trash?
I followed it religiously through to season 3 and dropped it as soon as The Gov'nuh prison battle was a huge bust.
Was I right to drop it, or is it time to give it another chance?
It does start getting better once they find Alexandria. A lot of people complained that the show was stuck in a formula, but they do change the formula about halfway through season 5 once more groups come into the picture. Season 6 is mostly good but there's a lot of annoying ass cliffhangers that almost ruin it. But since you haven't watched it yet the cliffhangers won't affect you're viewing experience too much. Season 7 is pretty gud so far with a new baddie.
What's your favorite alien species, /tv/?
this isnt comedy or drama.
its a slice of life show, like any animu lover would say.
so why not call it that. if they did, i would never expect to laugh watching it, or cry. having done neither of those im compelled to call this show a shit.
So in Westworld, are there multiple copies of each robot?
Is everyone on the same Westworld island or do guests each go to their own Westworld like it's a single player game/seperate instance?
When someone goes on a killing spree does that mean they ruined it for everyone and they need to shut the game down for a few days to repair people
> So in Westworld, are there multiple copies of each robot?
>Is everyone on the same Westworld island or do guests each go to their own Westworld like it's a single player game/seperate instance?
it's one big area. like a GTA map with difference cities, and shit in between in the wilderness
>When someone goes on a killing spree does that mean they ruined it for everyone and they need to shut the game...
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ITT Romance movies that are realistic and aren't the typical Hollywood trite.
I have mixed feelings about 500 days of Summer, on one hand it reminds me of a really transformative time in my life and this movie helped me through it, on the other, Zoey's character was a self-absorbed cunt in retrospect. Literal red flag, no pussy is that worth.
All 3 are pretty realistic but this one more so than the others
these were men wea trade.
>Evil Dead (2013)
>Don't Breathe (2016)
Is Jane Levy, dare I say it; the new queen of horror?
>two mortal enemies meet for a discussion, with a mutual understanding that they won't hurt each other during the meeting
Bonus points if they greet each other like old friends
There's a point where this needs to stop and we've crossed that line.
Actors who transform a movie from OK to great.
YOU'RE DOWN THERE, WE'RE UP HERE, YOU WALKED INTO THE WRONG GODDAMN ROOM, COMMANDER!
Why did he fake his own death and start a new family?
Why is this movie so good? The story isn't anything special, but it was really captivating.
If the Assassin's Creed movie does well do you think it will give rise to vidyakino? If so what games could handle the transition to film?
>what games could handle the transition to film?
I liked it.
t. paid critic
Why were the 80s and 90s obsessed with dystopian futures?
Because we were headed there.
And now when we've arguably arrived, we don't spend our time reminding ourselves of it. Better to daydream about Transforming Robots, Hobbits and Superheroes.
What went wrong?
TWD focuses more on making money than on satisfying their audience. That's why the show is full of cliffhangers and why stuff takes forever to resolve. They want people to keep watching more than they want to make a good show.
The Governor would have been acceptable if he died at the end of S3, but they kept him around since they needed more filler for the beginning of S4.
And that's when I stopped watching the show.
If Ghost in the Shell does well/reasonably do you think Hollywood will start putting effort into live action anime like they did with capeshit?
Another was shit though, aside from the pie memes.
Been locked up for 6 years. Last movie I watched was inglorious bastards. What should I watch?
WATCH IT DICK BYRNE
So Shin Godzilla is coming to teathers in Mexico for the next weeks
Is it kino? Should i watch it?
i recommend it highly if your a fan. Even me I'm not really into the old godzillas but this one nailed it for me since the human characters are a lot more charming then in the previous movies. and the godzilla scenes on the big screen are top notch.
So why was a fucking nuclear weapon just sitting there in the college library for any cheeky undergrad to experiment with?
Is this another marvel flop?
Opening Day Gross: Rank 62
Single Day Gross: Rank 152
Superhero: Rank 81
Foreign Opening Weekends: Rank 54
>been out for one day
>already made its $165 million production budget back
Member before phone posting?
>tfw phoneposters are winning
What's his name again?
How such rich and big country can be so lack of talents in acting and directing?
How can one, subhuman troll, be so talentless and worthless?
You are less talented than the large shit I did earlier.
And it is more popular and has more friends than you.
Why do the good girls never get the good roles?
>Zero oscar nominations
WHAT THE FUCK