>not realizing hes under the dumpster
He's obviously alive you fucking retards
Just saw this masterpiece, what are other documentaries that are similar?
Yeah, I know but Bagby dying was essential to the plot. I think the writers kinda went overboard with Zachary dying but it made for good drama. I just with they didn't kill off the bitch right away because I would've wanted some good revenge plot.
>Bitch kills Zachary
>Bagby (still alive) uses all his family and friends and resources to hunt her down
>He finally corners her
>Canadian government takes him out because it's illegal to harm a women
There, I just fixed the plot of this shit movie
>he's a 'man' that cries during movies
when da kush hits
Have you thought about my cock today?
Im homeless and poor as fuck every night when i sleep on the streets it feels so fucking cold you can feel your bones freezing but even that doesn't disgust me as seeing that this stupid fuck is alive
Is this what it's like to have a sister?
>IIT: We write the next movie of Seth Rogen
DUDE WHAT IF LIKE, IT WAS ELECTION DAY, AND LIKE, EVERYONE SMOKED WEED AND THEN WENT TO VOTE, AND THEN EVERYONE VOTED FOR WEED, AND THEN THE PRESIDENT WAS ACTUALLY WEED!
Commander In Keef: A Seth Rogen Film (2017)
DESPITE ALL MY RAGE I AM STILL JUST A RAT IN A CAGE
It took them fucking 7 seasons to make a good episode.
Why did it take them so long?
If S1 director was still around and the budget wasn't cut, it would have been consistently good.
Though a similar thing happens in the comic. Interest was dying down and Negan was made to shake things up for #100.
First time on the board all I'm seeing is folks shit talking twd and I think it has its flaws but is a great show. So with that being said what's /TV/'s favorite shows and movies?
>it's a great show
The Sopranos (GOAT), The Wire, Mad Men, Rome, Deadwood, Twin Peaks, Six Feet Under, very good airing shows going right now: The Leftovers, Rectify, The Americans, as for comedy, Seinfeld (GOAT), Curb and british sitcoms, Father Ted, Black Books, Peep Show, The Day Today and Brass Eye
ITT: absolute madmen
season 1 cast
time to grey out glenn ;_;
I have never, EVER seen somebody get cucked and humiliated as Rick just did. Like holy shit I've lost all respect for him. BTFO...Long live Neagan & Lucile
my transformation into punished carl is not complete yet
the last supper
on a side note
>you will never pound maggies boipucci
Why can't he fucking act after 6 fucking years of this shit?
hes still growing anon wait until he becomes a full grown man hes gonna be so sxc rawrrrrrr :DDDD
Sio Bibble Thread
any actress today that has a Sheev Body?
What was the last animated film you watched?
Literally the best show currently airing on television
You can't prove me wrong
wtf i hate marvel now
Anyone want to stream FX for the Strain?
Is his film analysis any good?
FUCK i missed the TWD episode...
tell me what happened /tv/
Negan kills Abraham, then himself. Lucile floats up, possessed by Negan's ghost. Daryl tries to grab Bat-Negan, but he dodges so fast it destroy Glen. Negan's corpse turns, and Bat-Negan reposses the body, leaving Lucile an inanimate object once again. Rick is so shocked by this supernatural mindfuck he sucks Negan's dick right there in front of everyone. Daryl is so disgusted he joins the Saviors. Machine turns caucasian, become Eugene bit her penis.
my time in the spotlight
What's the best horror movie?
Close, but not quite.
Pic related is JC's better work for
being anti-capitalist kino.
This is the most based character in the show. Prove me wrong.
>After wowing critics at early morning press screenings on Sunday, Mel Gibson’s pacifist World War II action drama, Hacksaw Ridge, had its red carpet world premiere out of competition at the Venice Film Festival last night. The film played to a roughly 10-minute standing ovation — long standing-Os are not as common a happenstance on the Lido as they are at some other festivals. At about six minutes into the ovation, Gibson and the actors were asked to go down into the audience.
>This is the first film...
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This is excellent news, i hope he starts directing/acting more often now.
Now that the dust has settled, what does /tv/ think of The Dark Knight Rises' opening plane scene?
>It's you who's out, Gobby. Out like a kike in Germany circa 1939!
I understand it was a different time, but did honestly no one have a problem with some of Raimi's creative decisions?
>"What's your nams kid?"
>"The Human Holocaust."
Jesus Christ Raimi
Memes aside, what does /tv/ think of KotH?