Man, this documentary really opened my eyes. Can you recommend me more document kinos that have this massive impact to my world view?
Most fucked up trap?
Did he make the right choice?
What choice are you referring to? The choice that lead to Flashpoint or the choice that led to his mom getting killed again?
Obviously the one that led to Flashpoint. It was the ideal world for everyone but Joe and it's not like he was in that bad of a place. He and Iris could've send his ass to rehab and be done with it, but nooooo, Barry had to listen to his arch nemesis and fuck everything up again.
What you guys feel looking at this picture?
>Harrison is telling a 'This guy right here...' story about to Ridley to villeneuve
>villeneuve is enjoying it.
>Ridley is eyeing Goose, sussing him out to see if he'd have made the same choice for the leading role.
>Goose is distracted by something else off camera and not very present.
With this and the GitS adaptation, it's like a cyberpunk fan somewhere wished the genre back to life on a fucking monkey's paw, without knowing how that story ends.
This is the price we pay for altering fate.
How is he still going? Didnt he get exposed for taking bribes or something?
I've said it before and I'll say it again. Garfield did not take the lasagna in turn for a favor.He ate the lasagna and carried out his original plan. Why do people post about this? Garfield:A Tale of Two Kitties wasn't kino anyway.
What sp00py movies are you watching this month anon?
I love the atmosphere in Halloween movies but I'm really not into horror movies
Got any tips for a comfy autumn/Halloween movie without the shit jumpscare horror?
Can be thrillers or kids movies or whatever, I'm just looking for that dark comfy feel
Just gave this list in the Friday the 13th thread, but some horrorcomfy (can't guarantee it's entirely jumpscare-free)-
Tucker and Dale Vs Evil (2010)
Cabin in the Woods (2012)
Urban Legend (1998)
Scream 2 (1997)
Killer Movie (2008)
Friday the 13th (2009 remake)
Most mid-budget 90's and 00's revival woods-or-campus slashers
You get to create a "World".
Tell me about it.
i need some kino where everything is revealed to be jewish trickery
>“Community” alum Alison Brie will star in Netflix’s female wrestling series “G.L.O.W.,” Variety has confirmed.
>The comedy hails from “Orange Is The New Black” creator Jenji Kohan, and is based on the 1980’s league, which stands for Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling.
Okay wait, so if one guy using modern human technology and Earth resources can make such an advanced combat suit why isn't every advanced civilization in the galaxy using something similar?
You would guess they could make 10 times better suits with their superior technology and space resources.
Or our savior?
>blow your load in season 1
>season 2 grinds to a halt
>seasons 3&4 confirmed
they didn't really think this through
What do you guys think of this show?
I thought the first two episodes were very good but everything after stretched believability and falls totally flat as social commentary.
It's nice to see John Turturro in a good role but enough with the fucking feet. Everyone got it after the first episode, I don't know why they kept dwelling on it
It was very good. Episode 5 was the highlight for me. I also thought the ending was fine, certainly not a disappointment on the same caliber as True Detective.
That said, I'll probably forget about it pretty fast. It was a trite concept executed well.
Now that this documentary is widely available instead of being imprisoned on Netflix and private trackers...does /tv/ think she did it?
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>The 29-year-old confirmed she was now dating Christopher Robinson on social media, writing that the couple had been in a relationship since February 13, 2016.
Looks like he got his pooh.
Look at her crazy eyes.
She did it.
With the year wrapping up. What was the best film of 2016?
Do you think maybe one day on set she had to fart real bad so she shuffled off away from everyone else and let out a little rumbling one but someone came over and started talking to her and they could both smell it but neither one acknowledged it?
why is she so cute?
What's your surefire way of separating the plebs from the patricians?
>which one he considers the best Monty Python film - Life of Brian or Holy Grail
EY YO HOL UP! WHY DAT HOE WHEREIN A NAPKIN ON HER HEAD
Just finished watching season 2 against the advice of everyone here, what the fuck actually happened this season? I'm genuinely confused.
I don't know if this is some 2deep4me bullshit and meant to make me feel this way or if it's actually just terrible direction and writing. Was the entire first half of the season a waste of time and in Elliots head? All the important plot points seem to have been skipped over and Elliots barely on the fucking screen anymore. I don't know whats going on
Just finished watching it too, and kinda feel the same way.
Also why the fuck did Elliot and his dad 'make peace' and decides to work together, then the next episode it's just the same fucking each other over again?
NO, it didn't happen only in his head. Everything you saw happen happened, only in prison and not at his mother's house. The black guy was the warden, he had a pc in his office and he asked Elliot's help cause he knew he was in for hacking. Leon was sent from Whiterose to protect Elliot in prison.
Mr Robot was merely trying to keep Elliot under control by making him think they would be working together, while at the same time going...
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HE'S DONE YOU AGAIN, STEVE
>there wasn't some autist rigorously recording every single episode of the Ricky Gervais Show on XFM both with and without Karl
I love what we've got and how much of it there is but it kills me that there's a chunk we'll probably never hear.
Russell Brand at XFM while addicted to heroin would have probably been great as well.
>you will never watch The Room for the first time again
there's nothing like it
April Fools night on Adult Swim, the FIRST year they did it, I went around my house waking up all my siblings and we had our minds blown.
Right after that they played the Tim & Eric episode Tommy "Directed", which I had seen before but all the Room clips I thought where Tim & Eric original sketches.
I've read the "Disaster Artist" 3 times now.
Reminder that only dykes hated Tom
>"Oh no a straight white cis male that's a positive influence instead of a dumb asshole like they usually are on this show! HISSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS"
Remember Tom hit on Jane first, an artsy hittable bitch. Then he kind of developed a gay attraction to Daria in a segway manner. It was bound to end short.
I saw a kid, the size of a tangerine being kicked around by a Ruby
>Movie theory video
>"The characters are actually in hell/purgatory."
>"Dead, unimportant character from previous movie is actually the main villain in the new movie"
>main character sees something spooky or not physically possible
>should tell other characters about it so everyone is aware of the present danger
>"what's wrong? You see something"
>"it was nothing"
I know it's coming next October and that the movie writer also wrote "Prisoners".
Apparently it's a revamp, not directly connected to either the old movies or the 2009 reboot, and it's about a group of teenagers investigating Jason's background to figure out why he's immortal. There'll be flashbacks of kid Jason with his mother Pamela and his father Elias Vorhees, who is apparently a psychopath as well, and Jason will be a little more human despite still being supernatural.
>"We're not leaving without the data."
What did she mean by this?
What does /tv/ think of pontypool?
/ourgirl/ Hershlag does it again
GOAT trailer, got strong Kubrick vibes.
You excited for the new chimpening moobie?
what is some horror kino
brand new and a serious contender for horror of the year.
Ready for Monster kino, /tv/?
>From the writer/director of the Stangers