oh what could have been
Is she a Mary Sue?
>these people live in the same universe as yours
Why is reddit so fucking dumb? Is it really just filled with idiots who fall for the dumbest marketing shit?
What are some movies with McDonalds™ in them?
what movie is that?
also : Santa Claus (1985)
Why is this board filled with idiots who always ask what did he mean by this?
What are some good films which take place in Italy or have sequences in Italy?
So far watched:
-Name of the Rose
ITT: The best British comedy has to offer
Would it be accurate to classify Palpatine as a sociopath?
What is the best lightsaber fight in all of Star Wars? Lots of people say Darth Maul at the end of episode 1, but it is way too choreographed and doesn't look real.
Better than the rest of the duels in the prequels.
My vote is luke vs vader in jedi. The throne room was a great setting and there is more going on than two dudes trying to defeat eachother.
Is there hope?
>James Franco as Tommy Wiseau
>Dave Franco as Greg Sestero
>Ari Graynor as Juliette Danielle, who played Lisa.
>Josh Hutcherson as Philip Haldiman, who played Denny.
>Jackie Weaver as Carolyn Minott, who played Claudette.
>Andrew Santino as Scott Holmes, who played Mire.
>Kate Upton as Robyn Paris, who played Michelle.
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Why does /tv/ hate this?
>$546m domestic, $549m overseas as of the end of Sunday
>literally a 50/50 domestic/overseas ratio, in fucking 2015
>TFA struggling at this point to even keep its domestic ratio below 50%
Remind me why people thought this movie ever had a chance of beating Avatar again.
I think it's a good thing that this movies domestic:world ratio is so high. Why should an American made movie appeal to a foreign audience? The only reason I can think of is that the studio is intentionally bending over for the global faggot audience, therefore a movie not appealing globally shows it was made with integrity
In less than 10 years Disney will remake this garbage.