Write a movie? Rules: you can add only one detail, i.e. an actor to play a part, a character description, a piece of dialogue, a scene description, etc.
Now that the dust has settled, what went wrong?
You see, this is why Barneyfags all need to be killed.
>You like my Biggie photo? Me too.
>You wanna know what draws you out to look at it?
>The Crown. Cause everybody wants to be the King.
Just watched this, I thought it was legitimately really funny.
What does /tv/ think?
What did the ending mean?
Now that the dust has settled (;_;), what does /tv/ think of Threads? Why aren't there more movies like it? I thought it was great but a more modern one with a decent budget (ie. not another tv movie) would be great. Would the aftermath of a nuclear war really be that bad? Or would it be even worse?
How did it make /tv/ feel?
If you want to feel depressed about nuclear war, watch When The Wind Blows (animated in the same style as The Wind In The Willows) or the 1960s mockumentary The War Games.
The War Games' brutal depiction of a nuked England was so terrifying the film was actually banned for almost a decade for 'inciting panic'.
>Would the aftermath of a nuclear war really be that bad? Or would it be even worse?
>A cobalt bomb is a theoretical type of "salted bomb": a nuclear weapon designed to produce enhanced amounts of radioactive fallout, intended to contaminate a large area with radioactive material. The concept of a cobalt bomb was originally described in a radio program by physicist Leó Szilárd on February 26, 1950.
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I've actually downloaded those after reading the wikipedia for Threads after watching it, thanks.
>tfw no nuclear cobalt holocaust movie
Wouldn't it be better than yet another capeshit movie?
Why does she ugly herself up for Shameless?
Thoughts on Luke Cage? It was pretty good, in my opinion.
It's ranking anong Marvel's Netflix series:
>Daredevil Season 1
>Daredevil Season 2 (Episodes 1 - 4)
>Daredevil Season 2 (Ninja shit)
episode 4 is great, other than that fairly mediocre and the story starts to drag during episodes 8 - 11.
Diamondback just comes out of nowhere as well and has a such a cliche motivation for being a villain.
We should have seen more of the organisation behind the experiments at seagate, the cottenmouth storyline should have ended in five episodes.
As for ranking the series it goes like this
looking forward to iron fist, desu the one character
i would have loved a series on is purple man, what a waste of tennants talent.
Just what the Hell is this arse gravy???
"I would like to be a penguin." - Werner Herzog
This is why I like /tv/. One guy says something, the other asks a good question. If this were reddit or anywhere else, the second comment would already be derailing the post into nonsense puns or garbage zingers.
if i could do one foreign accent of impression
it would be herzog
Is there an actual reason as to why he shot Cyrus?
also why didn't Cyrus just order his men to pat down the gang members to stop shit like this from happening?
"We need a strong female lesbian cop."
>"I gotchu senpai."
"We need an old, about to retire, cop."
>I've got just the guy.
Who will play him in the inevitable biopic?
Holy fuck I can't wait:
Biggest of all: Ready Player One (my favorite book) author Ernest Cline will be a writer for the season.
> unironically being on team Mike
back to your little millennial hugbox you fucking child
Which was the better crew? Who'd win in a street fight? Which one would you like to hang out with if you were a kid?
ITT: post characters that are literally you
For me it's Vincent, intelligent, nihilistic and with a wicked sense of humor
A rumor made up by some bully ruined my childhood but i've been biding my time, following his movements, and am prepared to hit him where it hurts most
I'm intelligent, nihilistic and with a wicked sense of humor
Malcolm in the Middle has some of the best character development of any show.
Prove me wrong!
Also, has anyone re watched the show, paying attention to Dewey, since that Reddit confession post?
The more I think about it, the more I realise how uncomfortable he looked in the later seasons.
>Remember a movie you loved as a kid
What's her name, /tv/? Pic related
Really misunderstood scene. Mozart actually loved Salieri that was the subtext of the movie. When Mozart farts he's embracing Salieri the only way he knows how: through crude expression. Rather than taking his cock in his ass he makes music where he wishes that cock was. He knew it was Salieri the whole time underneath the mask.
Did you like it?
What are the best movies depicting gods and pantheons?
I like the old Clash of the Titans.
Jason and the Argonauts isn't bad either.
haha it's a hat on a hat!
>protagonist and friends reach the bad guy
>simply defeating him somehow undoes everything bad that happened
ok. so it is autumn. the trees had their first leaf fall. the dumb ass winter birds are here. the first real cold front came through.
so where the fuck is my gilmore girls, netflix?
This is the most pressing question facing mankind at this moment in time. Ages from now generations will look back and wonder, "where the fuck was Gilmore Girls Netflix?"
Alright /tv/ we gotta set a meet with blacks over last weeks blowback when the deal with the browns went south. Hopefully green wont wanna get in on this otherwise we will have to turn on Yellow, this isn't what J.T wouldn't have wanted and also get a truck from T.M we are getting out of guns boys.
Best ending ever.
I thought the celebrity interviews were unrehearsed.
the initial concept and questions are rehersed, but improv is always added by Eric, Hannibal and the band to different degrees.
The episode with Tyler the Creator has very little improv.
The wiz khalifa episode is nearly all improvised since he was late to shoot, rude, and obviously intoxicated to some degree.
What's the most depressing movie you've ever seen /tv/?
>Harry, always call Lord Voldemort by his name. Fear of a name only increases fear of the thing itself. Btw, Lord Voldemort isn't even his real name, it's the name he chose in order to inspire fear in the masses. I'm not going to tell you his real, non-scary name, because the sequel requires you to think that his teenage version is your friend. If you'll know his name, Hagrid won't have to go to Azkaban and get his soul munched on by demons. I am not a very good friend.
I really wish they'd gone into detail about how the large scale magic worked.
You'd think that enchanting a word to immediately dispel all magical defences and broadcast your location would be pretty hot shit, but it's never implied to be anything more than the average spell.
if matt damon was a software he'd be matt daemon