ITT: villains that deserved to win
HELP /tv/ HELP I'M A STUDENT SCREENWRITER
WRITE MY SCRIPT
I need to make a 5 minute short film, what do audiences want to see nowadays?
how do i marathon this, i literally don't understand jack shit
>SHE IS JUST 18 YOU SICK FUCK
What the fuck happened to this series
Trailer for Herzog's new documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YoSmPkWmG4k
T H I C C
Is he the best?
Or is he just pleb's choice?
to be desu i find the Man of Steel OST pretty damn good
He's exceedingly influential, has trained a ton of understudies, and genuinely has a lot of good soundtracks under his belt.
At the same time, he's also responsible for anything and everything you could dislike about modern OSTs.
>Directed by Kevin Smith
it was allright
For real though, who makes these morphs and do they have a page? Or is it just some anon floating about here?
ITT: celebrities that killed people IRL
Would /tv/ like to do a movie club sorta thing? Like set up rules but it'd be something like, every Wednesday at whatever time some OP starts a thread and gets suggestions for a movie to watch, then creates a survey monkey with all the suggestions. Leave it up for a day and see what the number one voted movie is. Then everybody watches it and in two days we all talk about it? I go to a film club at my college but I think doing it with /tv/ would be more fun.
What are some films that really contain the Slavic essence? I think pic related, Come and See, conveys the romanticisation of suffering very often present in Eastern European cultures extremely well. What does /tv/ think of this film? Anything like it?
Eastern European films thread I guess
>Come and See
Baby's first russian war movie
I haven't seen Mad Men, The Wire, The Sopranos or Breaking Bad. What am I missing out on?
pretty much this. first two seasons of mad men are great, then it starts to turn into a soap opera. I always thought "breaking bad is so addictive" was a meme, but once I got a few episodes in i was hooked.
>4 million pound funding on the BBC
What did they mean by this?
This looks horrible. The reason is that these characters seem like they have no challenges or weaknesses. This is the problem with PC culture of today.
You could never create characters like Steve Urkel or Carlton Banks today without being called racist. The reason being that those characters have deep flaws that stray away from the "the chill black guy" archetype.
What the fuck was Gobei's problem?
He was wasting his time with a fat retard while he should've been training for Mortal Kombat.
Thoughts on this show?
I think it's a fairly well done presentation of the cluster fuck our nation would go into after an event like the Capitol exploding.
>I think it's a fairly well done presentation of the cluster fuck our nation would go into after an event like the Capitol exploding.
>won't someone PLEAAAAAAAAASE think of the muslims
This is really fucking good.
from rey's flashback
What did Ben Affleck mean by this? Is his career over?
Why wouldn't he like sand? He's from a fucking desert planet that he never expressed any distaste for. In fact, he longed to return to free his mother. Makes no fucking sense.
What was his fucking problem?
What the fuck was her problem?
Is she the greatest actress of our time?
ITT We post the most kino Batman scenes. Animation and live action allowed.
Did /tv/ like it?
Now that the dust has settled, what does /tv/ think of The Dark Knight Rises' opening plane scene?
What does /tv/ think of this?
>Inb4 muh Jews
Erica's hot body makes my dong weep profusely.
I love snow. It's cool and refreshing.