Season one of Fargo was fucking great. I don't know why it took me so long to get around to it, I guess I assumed it couldn't stand on its own if it had to borrow the Fargo name. Glad I was wrong on that, is season 2 just as good or does it pull a True Detective?
>Inside Out Review
>I laughed when Riley started crying on her first of school
>I give Inside Out a 5 out of 10
Is this the edgiest faggot of all time?
Just saw the force awakens and Ive been avoiding /tv/ until I saw it. So Im sorry if this conversations already been done to death. How the fuck was Rey able to use the force as well as she did without being trained. Like she was just able to do the mind trick and pull a lightsaber without any training. This was the only thing that really bothered me about the movie.
It wasnt explained in the movie explicitly, but there are some possibilities.
1) she was trained as a child, but her memory was wiped and shes started piecing it back together
2) ren tells snoke that rey is actually quite strong, and she may just have a knack for picking things up quickly
3) in the interrogation scene with ren, its obvious rey is able to read rens mind, and i think she absorbed some of his knowledge of the force, or at least what was possible for her to do
Working on a list of reddit tier movies/tv shows. So far I have:
>upcoming Deadpool movie
>Guardians of the Galaxy
>Rick and Morty
>yfw this dog is possibly still alive
ITT: unpopular opinions
Kylo Ren is the character Darth Vader should have been.
What's the most influential sci-fi movie ever?
why does no one likes booster? he is awesome.
and how can arnie be so ripped if he spends 24/7 selling beds?
>you cannot bench-press out of this
>goes on to knock out the reindeer
gets me everytime
So why was Cameron so depressed living in such a lush house with a rich family?
What are the power rankings on on the Harry Potter films? About to marathon them. Yes I know the spoilers.
Watch something good instead you pedo freak
What is the better movie the H8teful Eight or the Revenant?
I can't decide which one i want to see
so.. Who were they?
>Rey was a Knight of Ren who helped Kylo kill Luke's padawans, hence the vision, so Luke wiped her memory and gave her an impulsive need to stay on Jakku so she would never leave, hence her natural and quick adaption to using the force, flying and lightsaber weilding.This is supported by the look of melancholy and disbelief on his face at the end.
What does /tv/ think of this theory?
Well, he does say "You still want to kill me" when he meets her.
I hope there's more to her than just being Jedi Sasuke.
WHAT I LEARNED IN /tv/ IS..
Films that your parents watch every time they come on TV. Pic related is mine. I cant blame em though, it's a pretty decent film.
I don't know why, they can't get enough of this shit.