ITT classic quotes from our favorite television characters
"Mamma mia! That's-a spicy spaghetti!" - Tony Sporano
"Name's Stringer Bell, but around here they call me Mr. Crime" - Stringer Bell
wtf? she is in EVERY movie now.
I don't get it.
No Conviction thread? I need more bully webms
I know I'm a bit late to the party, but what are /tv/'s thoughts on this?
Probably the best kaiju film I've ever seen desu
I thought it was fantastic. The CGI was pretty shoddy in some scenes though, which I found kind of distracting
I thought this film had some beautiful cinematography, too.
My favorite shot:
Shortly after Godzilla fucks up Tokyo at night, he's walking towards the camera with everything on fire behind him.
I also fucking loved how you could tell Anno directed it. Scenes reminiscent of Evangelion fit well. The quick, silent shots of random shit were really powerful, including the final...
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Anyone read Norm's memoir yet? Funniest stories I've ever read about SNL and Hollywood.
The chapter about Don Rickles has me HOWLING.
How do you feel about this show? Has it aged well?
What do you consider the best episode?
It's a timeless show that stands as one of television's greatest serials. Rod Sterling's narration and voice greatly added to the atmosphere of the show; it'd be a completely different experience without it.
I haven't seen every episode, but I love Walking Distance, Monsters are Due on Maple Street, Nightmare at 20,000 Feet and Time Enough at Last.
Yes i lobe it and i love watching what it has inspired
Black mirror is basically contemporary twilight zone
I'd say ttz is much more creative and original and just downright absurd at times
This is as unrealistic as it gets.
He's trying to eventually rebuild civilized society. He understand full well that he may never be able to exist in the new world, but that he has to do what he does now in order to make it happen.
Beta numales and other assorted cucks wouldn't understand what kind of sacrifices one would need to make in such a situation.
>Making Penguin gay
When the little girl in zombieland asked Bill Murray if he had any regrets why did he say Garfield?
Did he write for the comic or something?
He was the voice of Garfield in the movie.
Fun factiod; the man who played Garfield voice in the original cartoon show played the voice of Peter Venkman, Bill Murray character in Ghostbusters. Bill Murray went to the mans' funeral based on their strange connection.
>fuckbuddy asks if i wanna watch a post sex movie
>suggest Dark City
>he complains its "too dark", whines about the doctors weird voice and falls asleep halfway in
So were they inter-dimensional Jews or what?
They awkwardly cut this out of the intro for later seasons, right?
Why aren't they married?
>huge ratings decline
>president steps down after a year
What went wrong?
It's mentality unstable as a channel, it doesn't know what it wants to be
Is it for rednecks with shit like Jackass? Is it for wiggers with most of shit it's been having? Is it for nerds with shit like RJ Berger?
Back when Beavis & Butthead returned, Mike Judge later said that they didn't renew it for more than the one season because MTV's target demographic is now "12-14 year old girls."
When you look at the schlock they put out these days, the Teen Moms, the Real World with the ex-partner twists, Teen Wolf & Scream, Catfish, Wild 'n Out, etc. ... well, it's not hard to believe him.
There is no actual discussion of film or television on here. Bane threads get at least 50 plus comments every time. Any version of "watch it crissy" will pull in the same numbers.
Anytime someone posts about a movie the only "discussion" will be any version of "what did he mean by this?"/"what the fuck was his problem?"/etc, and anyone who does want to come here for discussion on something besides marvel vs dc will be bumped down to page 7 or worse within 10 minutes.
Now all we have is everyone partaking in the memes or thinking...
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>that scene where Father Bee sacrifices himself by giving Little Bee his stinger so he can defend himself from the invading wasps
Right in the feels
Can someone please explain to me how an orc knows what a 'menu' is?
There are clearly no restaurants, diners, or drive ins anywhere in Mordor or Isengard.
This is a massive plothole
>Come Hither and give heed
>Woah I don't swing that way buddy
Classic family guy was great
I needed a silly cartoon to unwind my brain.
Went randomly to 13 season and in my brainless stupor I watched like 4 episodes before realizing that I haven't laughed once.
Which season would you recommend?
S1 is tame but has some good clever jokes and better timing on the jokes. Any S1 ep would be good for a laugh and most S2 and S3 eps. And pic related is one of the best non-funny moments in early family guy
Favorite comfy game show?
Mine is jeopardy, only plebs choose wheel of fortune.
Because he didnt give a fuck about conforming to male norms.
Yeah he was so cutting that was my fav series. He became more famous for his tv work than his music before he died.
Jon represents ice. Dany represents fire.
It's like poetry. A song if you will.
>only one negative
Currently the highest-rated comic book film of all time on RT. An academy award for the visuals is looking more realistic.
I, for one, am excited that the characters of the Doctor Strange world have made it to the mainstream. He is one of Marvel's best.
Why did Vito Corleone send Luca to a literal suicide mission?
Why was Meadow so liberal?
Should I... watch the third generation?
Nothing could top effy and the super cute awkward lesbians in 3&4. I watched the first 4 seasons in a row and could only get through 2 episodes of 5 and 6. Its just to formulaic at that point.
>Stars Wars is doing interesting casting choices so far...
Hey yo shut that door
>comedy films before 2000
Jokes every 20 seconds
>comedy films after 2000
Just a drama with a silly premise and some jokes every now and then