Calvin got a job.
all i ever see are black calvins.
did i make a mistake naming my white son calvin?
I never watched The Simpsons as a kid. My only exposure to them has been through the awful movie, which I've been told is them when they're way past their prime. Having said that, I'd like to get into the show properly and I want to know what season I should start with and which one I should end on.
Also, what episodes are the absolute best? I've heard that season 5 is full of classics. Teach me everything you know, /tv/.
Watch Season 3 to 8 for the real creme de la creme of the Simpsons
This was when the writers of the Simpsons were at their best
It all went to shit when Matt left to do Futurama tho
Why are jump scares still allowed in movies?
Because people today have the attention span of a mosquito so they need to be constantly startled or they lose interest.
Imagine Rosemary's Baby being released today in theaters. People would rage and be all "BORING SHIT NOTHING HAPPENS".
You are stuck on an iceberg with these two and a laptop.
What do you try to show them?
>inb4 the plane scene
I've seen Adventure Land, American Ultra, Twilight, Panic Room, and Space Jumanji, Has she been good in anything or played a different character?
On the Road, Welcome to the Rileys, Clouds of Sils Maria.
Any movies where the pathetic loser gets his shit together?
I need some motivation.
movies with awful fan bases
Why do people hype so much over this? Is there anything beside muh 80' nostalgia?
Characters are mostly boring and forgetable, story is predictable and cliche, there's nothing interesting visualy, CG is medicore at best and monster design is rather unimaginative.
It felt like lost Spielberg's movie from '80.
>Is there anything beside muh 80' nostalgia?
>It felt like lost Spielberg's movie from '80.
It is. It's also very similar to Super 8. But people didn't go crazy over Super 8, justifiably so.
I blame Reddit for the praise this show gets.
you ever beat my 264 reply from the one time I poated that very image, and the pasta that you changed to be about why people like it?
people love it. use my original text, or make aomething up about that.
I still love u op. pic related. but you are fucking retarded.
It's made for people with average iqs.
I'm not trying to make this a edgleord thing I mean you know Netflix hits their check boxes of what to put in their shows to appeal to the most of their fanbase
What do you think of Season 3 so far?
Don't care for the hypnotist guy.
But like penguin's storyline. That scene where he let Fish go was cool, was the first time I didn't hate her character.
And fuck the clone Bruce shit, that is hella dumb and just seems like a waste of time, I bet the court of owls is gunna kill the clone thinking its Bruce.
So who's he?
This documentary is Louis covering himself. That's why he made it. It's completely fucked up that a journalist with that kind of access to one of the most enigmatic and infamous men in Britain didn't press him properly on the very serious and overwhelming accusations attached to him.
Some people don't appreciate just how closed off from the media Savile made himself, with obvious reason. But he lets Louis, a fucking investigative journalist no less, into the inner circle of his life for whatever reason, seems to genuinely like having him around, and...
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The documentary was interesting because of Louis' admission of guilt. He knows he should have got to the bottom of it, and he failed. Savile's charitable persona/charm/manipulative nature pulled the wool over his eyes, the same way he pulled the wool over everyone at the BBC's eyes. The whole point of the documentary was how Savile managed to do this. He openly admits he saw him as a friend and didn't try to get to the bottom of the accusations because he was young, naive and gullible. It was interesting seeing Louis come to terms with that.
Whats the /tv consensus on Bridget Regan? She has a huge fanbase here
What's next for her fucking career?
>no make up
>this is what women concider to be "no make up"
why do Redditors say this movie is anti-drugs? I just finished it and now I wanna try heroin.
Is it really that good or overrated?
Now that the dust has settled, what the FUCK was his his fucking problem?
2. Total Recall
3. The Terminator
4. Terminator 2
6. The Running Man
7. Conan The Barbarian
8. True Lies (last genuine Arnold movie)
9. Kindergarten Cop
10. Jingle All The Way
Not bad. Conan The Barbarian should be 5, Commando 6 & The Running Man 7.
Raw Deal should be somewhere not on the list, but I still enjoy it, if only for YOU SHOULD NOT DRINK AND BAKE
is the strain worth a watch?
Real talk: The Strain is the shlockiest shlock that ever shlocked.
But it's really entertaining to me, Eichorst is a great villain, Fet is a vampire killing Zangief and I get a kick out of Setrakian being the show's Van Helsing.
It's not perfect, there are some retarded RETARDED moments but I tune in every week like a fucking idiot.
So no, it's not, don't suffer my curse.
So who was it?
So she's a pleasure model?
ITT: Movies you had to watch in school
Jesus Christ I'm so excited
So he's a cuck now, his ONLY complaint about the movie was the lack of an interracial relationship
Nah, he's right: the movie sucked because no gay interracial relationship between Finn and Poe.
Call me crazy, but I don't think beta nerds who aren't slamming pussy on any basis shouldn't be throwing around the word "cuck."
That's also not what he was complaining about, he was just illustrating that for the movie's accolades for diversity, it didn't go as far as other movies.
But no, you're correct, it fits your dumb alt-right nerd brand. Go listen to some retro new wave and circle jerk over a generation you never lived in.
Sweeping shots of CGI doing something "impressive" and soft orchestral music seems to be the big trend these days.
It's unoriginal and it's actually one of the worst examples of this opening credit style that exists.
I love Captain America because he's a genuinely good person without being a fag about it (like say Superman).
And I think my man manpussy loosens up a bit when I look at Chris Evans.
>It's a Worf's wife's son casually travels back in time to kill himself episode