Welp, I need a new reviewer since mike has become a normie sellout.
Is the lightsaber flying to Rey's hand the most emotional scene in the entire saga? You know that Rey is the main character through the whole movie, but the moment the light saber goes flying towards her, you have this feeling that hits you. I don't know how to describe it... But as a woman, this scene makes me proud, bold, and confident. And to have a female character be the main character and save the day in the Star Wars series, makes me love the series even more... I have been even inspired to create my own bold female characters in my art work.
I know this is a troll post, but that is the scene I felt most emotional about walking out of the theater.
It felt so exciting and such a relief that the lightsaber didn't fly into Luke's hands or some bullshit.
How come the lightsaber didnt move until Rey dtarted pulling it with the force?
Kylo reaches out for the lightsaber to force pull it. It doesnt move at all. He struggles harder to pull it. Still nothing. Then comes in Rey who is standing BEHIND Kylo and using force pull in the same direction Kylo is and the lighstsaber suddenly moves.
Did kylo forget how to use the force? Why would Reys force negate Kylos from working? Are lightsabers sentient and capable of choosing a master? Why was this movie so awful?
What the fuck was his problem?
wtf I hate Zootopia now.
>shows literally watched only by you
FROM THE CREATORS OF THE NIGHTLY SHOW COMES ANOTHER FAILURE OF A LATE NIGHT TALK SHOW
I wish I had 98 more eyes to spend watching this.
I rarely see anyone talking about this. Is it worth watching?
Oz is what inspired a lot of directors to make good television shows, but it's not really worth watching anymore
Irish guy has blatant plot armor
Literally an arc about anti-aging pills
One of the inmates sharpens his nails and catwomans a guard to death
and no one seems to care about it
JK simmons was good.
Watching this as a kid I feel this movie really scarred me. It made me question if I were a robot as well. I was a similar age to the kid. I am not sure about this though, I havent seen the movie in years, so I will have to rewatch it.
ITT: Non-Horror Movies that you admit scarred you as a kid.
Ghost Busters scared me really badly for some reason. More of a comedy with horror elements. I think it was mostly that it was my first time being introduced to demonic type stuff and just had now concept of it prior, so the possession scenes and the intro especially really scared me. The dogs too were really frightening for some reason. I was like seven and couldn't sleep for weeks. I remember being afraid of Zuul and being afraid that I would open a cupboard and something would be there.
Final Destination made me thing I was gonna die any moment as I walked 4 blocks to return the VHS tape.
Non Horror. ET
What the fuck was anyone thinking? This movie made me become afraid of the dark well into my late teens, and I am terrified of ayys.
Fuck you Jewberg
ET scared me big time too
Also the Rugrats episode where the dad suffers brain damage and becomes a baby temporarily
He enjoys it but the kids are disturbed by it and he realizes "Holy shit I'm a baby"
youngfags will never know the joy of seeing the last and greatest Western as it was intended, on the big screen, in the threatre. I saw it, call me grandpa all you want, but I lived through some epic times in the 80s and 90s that you will never know, friend.
what would you do there, /tv/?
Pls someone post her pointy Armenian tits with puffy nips.
In the mood for something edgy. Recommend me something with lots of killing and grim darkness in an unironic way.
Anyone want to help me come up with some rules for a Look Around You drinking game?
Was she a whore? She was literally getting paid to have sex with Truman.
It has always been acceptable, it's natural. (and women do it more than anyone - it serves a real purpose).
Just because a handful of hardcore progressives and journalists say it's unacceptable now doesn't mean it is.
Why doesn't anyone ever talk about this?
>There’s no denying that the total number of titles available on Netflix is declining, but after some research, we were surprised by just how much it has decreased over the past few years.
>We pulled September 2016 title counts from uNoGS in the US, showing that there are currently 5,302 titles available in the US Netflix library including movies and TV shows. What this means is that, over the past four years, the Netflix library has collapsed 50% in total title count since its peak four years ago.
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Is this not one of the scariest scenes in horror history?
>No Atlanta thread
Fuck that shit nigga we havin an Atlanta thread!
This movie was pretty good. But what the fuck happened to the twins?
>Ghost in the Shell (2017)
Torrent kiddies not available for you.
I want James Wan or Guillermo del Toro to adapt Junji Ito's manga!
>Wan and DelTotoro are way too western
Wan is experienced horror director, as for Del Toro, see picture related and say that it's not in any way influenced by Eastern popcult.
What are your essential Christmas movies? I'm looking to expand on my Christmas playlist from last year
A Christmas Story
Die Hard 1 & 2
Home Alone 1 & 2
Santa Clause 1 & 2
Jingle All the Way
Home Alone 1&2
Die Hard 1
Old Rankin & Bass animations
How the Grinch Stole Christmas (original)
There's probably some more I'm forgetting here. Ask again after Thanksgiving.
Would Mike from 2002 be proud of the TFA Plinkett?
I need to know: is Iron Fist in it? I watched the first episode, it wasn't terrible but it seems like a cheap Wire ripoff so far, only good scene was the last one. And some>>74933128
of the dialogue was really terrible ("Benjamin Franklin was stupid, he electrocuted himself with a kite xD").
I won't keep watching unless Iron Fist is in it, please confirm
You need to be black enough to watch this show. This show is pretty fucking black. I'm surprised because it's Marvel and usually they want to pander to the largest audience possible, but this ain't Falcon or Black Panther, this is fucking black as hell.
Name a better comedy than this... i'll wait
>did yall adopt me just to play football?
>of course not
>mfw that's is exactly what they did
What the FUCK was his problem?
>i just want to see a white girl kiss a black guy
what did he mean by this?
Is this the comfiest film series of all time?