Bros what are some quintessential comfy movies to watch during christmas?
Every reply after this is completely wrong.
>The Force Awakens was good but it had all these glaring flaws
I don't understand reviewers
Can someone please tell me how people that dislike the plot, characters, soundtrack, and just the rushed nature of the film give it a high score?
>the city is like a character of itself
>Nature is like a character itself
are we not making a Christmas card this year? less than 24 hours left..
a few dank /tv/ memes to get the ball rolling
>Louis Cuck King
>New ghostbusters hospital kid
>Jonah "The" Hill
>Was he autistic?
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What are /tv/'s thoughts on Chloe Sevigny?
>More and more theatres are installing a 'no falcon' policy
What the fuck is the argument AGAINST the falcons even? My falcon Hercules:
>Sits on my shoulder
>Doesn't make any noise
>Eats the popcorn people let fall out of their fat disgusting hands
So really what's the point of the ban? Is it because he doesn't pay?
How much do voice actors get paid?
Whats with kylo ren in the new star wars movie?
He has trouble beating a STORMTROOPER at laser fight who obviously has never used one before and had his ass anded to him by a girl that has never used the force before.
Qui and Obi vs. Maul is still the only fight in the prequels I actually liked. It has the perfect combination of score, choreography and setting. Even as a little kid, I always felt disappointed when no other fight from the prequels measured up to how great this one was.
Outside of my only flaw with it being how Maul doesn't just Force Push Obi-Wan off the thing he's hanging on to and decides to just throw sparks in his face like a dumbass, the fight is pretty much flawless. I always wondered why it felt they never got it right after this.
People on /tv/ shit all over the part with the laser walls but I thought it was the best thing about the fight.
Qui doing his meditating while Maul stares at him and Obi too far away too help was great before the duel resumes really ratcheted up the tension
IT'S CHRISTMAS SHEEV
Why is British TV so comfy?
Back in time for dinner, Michael Portillo train documentaries, Pointless...
>if we kill him we risk turning one man's quest into a crusade
BB-8 > R2-D2
>At the 20:30 mark of this playset walkthrough video, Kylo Ren says the phrase "FACE ME COUSIN!" while fighting Rey.
So much for the big reveal from ep 8 kek
(though it probably wasn't accident, since someone would probably spot this shit in a fucking video game)
How long until we get first person films?
I can think of more than one thing it would be good for