Mark or Jez?
Mark because he is /his/ incarnate
Admit it, you loved it. More than the Hateful Eight anyways
I didn't like either of them. Hateful Eight was more impressive from a cinematography standpoint and I enjoyed it more just in that sense. Both movies are garbage directed by a white guilt cuckold so naturally that makes it hard to enjoy them.
What movies can you think of where part 3 was the best part. It seems like alot of good series really score the biggest in their second movie.
Spider man 2
The empire strikes back (technically 5 now)
The return of the king is literally the only series I can think of where the payoff was in the last movie. What other good trilogies had dat ending?
I don't give a flying fuck what anyone says, Return of the Jedi
>Dat flip out
>Dat camera pan at 3:31
>Dat beating the fuck out of Vader
>alien species evolving hundreds of light years away
>still genetically similar enough that humans can procreate with them
Why is this a trope?
Star Trek has a group called "The Preservers", that were supposedly seeding worlds with humanoid species. On original Trek, they had transplanted pre-industrial humans onto various distant worlds. On Next Gen, they had been placing DNA into various worlds so that humanoids would develop. They claimed to have been the only humanoids in the galaxy before they started intentionally spreading them.
What is some essential PBS kino? I've been going back and watching old episodes of Austin City Limits and I had no idea there was so much great shit on this channel. Was thinking about watching Mr. Selfridge too since Jeremy Piven is based
Ken Burns makes some pretty good documentaries. The Civil War is fantastic, as is his one on baseball. I remember my local station was playing the entire baseball series one Saturday and I ended up watching the whole thing, even though I don't follow baseball at all.
Nova, Nature, American Experience, and Frontline are all great ongoing documentary series, check 'em out if any of the topics interest you.
So what is the endgame for this show? Realistically I think they could drag this saviors/kingdom/warring factions arc out for 2-3 seasons and then just end the show. What better villain than Negan can they come up with and what better final arc to have then a bunch of warring factions? Where can they possibly go after that that isn't rehashed or more grand in scale?
Why is the video game better than the show?
I actually cared about the characters in the game. When Glenn died I didn't give a rats ass
Will they make a movie about this
Be honest, this was the greatest movie of all time.
>Bruce lee movie
>Mafia vs karate warriors
>set in Italy
>glorious Roman Empire's aesthetic as background
>last fight is set in the fucking Coliseum
>final boss is Chuck Norris
Do younger generations still appreciate The Way of the Dragon?
What do you think about Bruce Lee movies, /tv/?
>watching movie with older sister
>know that a nude scene /sekksu scene is coming up
>excuse myself to go to toilet giving ample time for scene to pass
>come back, find out she'd paused it and waited the entire time
Upon viewing Lady Snowblood, my opinion of Tarantino being a talentless hack has been further cemented. General Tarantino hate thread?
The dialogue scenes in Deathproof are unbearable. That goes for most of his movies, but especially that one.
Yep, that's me. You're probably wondering how I got in this situation. I can tell you that, but first...
Name me you favorite movies where nobody dies.
I'm 20 years old and a failed actor.
I just realised that maybe I could get into the porn industry as a performer.
I have the looks and physical stamina but the goods are merely average.
Be honest with me /tv/: am I completely screwed?
To be an actor and a porn actor. You need to have that "it" factor. Do people ever say to you that you look like an actor or a porn actor before? How many times? If you got 0, then yous should consider something else.
what's ""objectively"" the worst critically acclaimed movie?
New episode was a trip.
MIB=William fags give it up. This episode destroyed that theory
What was your favorite no mercy robot kill shot from the Transformers series?
Just watched this.
So is he a replicant?
God, I hate these threads. Yes, obviously he was a replicant. There is literally no way it makes sense if he isn't a replicant, unless you decide that Gaff just coincidentally happens to make a unicorn.
why was this allowed?
>SUCK MY NUTS
what did he mean by this?
He's referring to The Nutshack, a seminal animated series from 2007
What are some of your grievances with this episode, /tv/? Just wondering. I thought it was great but had an ending that didn't make much sense if u think about it for more than 2 seconds. Just want to hear other opinions.
Are we supposed to believe that he dreamed that entire scenario of the haunted house + flying back to America and then the ending with his mom in a matter of 4 seconds? Look, I understand time compression with dreams, but that's fucking stupid.
I'm trying to get drunk while watching Andy Griffith, make me a drinking game /tv/
Early seasons or late seasons?
Early, drink any time barney accidentally misfires his gun or otis stumbles in
LAte seasons, any time goober does one of his weird ticks
Either: any time opie says "Paw" or
flashes his boipussy
>Raise your hand if you've ever felt personally victimized by The Great American Satan
Is Lindsay Lohan the definition of JUST?
Well Holy Shit... a youtuber who was a Muslim for over 16 years just left the faith
HAH this surprised me because when I used to study about religions on youtube; this guy would always pop up with advice on the "positivity of Islam" yet suddenly after all these years he has decided to leave
This was a career ruining performance.
Why is Jackie Chan such a stupid asshole?
Could I pitch an anime style series to netflix or would I have to settle for some shit bojack horseman animation?
>Split is a 2017 American psychological horror thriller film directed and written by M. Night Shyamalan. The film stars James McAvoy, Anya Taylor-Joy, Jessica Sula, Haley Lu Richardson and Betty Buckley. The film will also serve as a secret sequel to the 2000 film Unbreakable. Principal photography began on November 11, 2015, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The film premiered at Fantastic Fest on September 26, 2016, and will be released on January 20, 2017, by Universal Pictures.
>Kevin (James McAvoy), a man with 23 different personalities, is compelled to abduct three teenage girls. As Casey, Marcia and Claire are held captive, haunted by their predicament and their unpredictable efforts to escape this madman, a 24th and final personality - "The Beast" - begins to emerge. They begin to meet all his 23 personalities, to each their own. From a little boy to a sophisticated woman, the nightmare truly begins.
>On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 78%, based on 9 reviews, with an average rating of 6.9/10. Metacritic reports an average score 74 out of 100, based on 5 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".
>Jordan Hoffman, of the British daily newspaper The Guardian, gave the film 4 stars out of 5, stating it to be a "masterful blend of Hitchcock, horror and therapy session.
So...Why did they kill him off?