>Looks like we've got company!
>But if you kill them, you'll be JUST LIKE THEM!
>kill hundreds of henchmen
>get to the main villain
>NO IM NOT LIKE YOU I WONT KILL YOU
>Delta, marine, special ops, Narco work in Columbia for 10 years
>That's the stuff that in his file that isn't blacked out
As heard in: Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001), Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999), Batman & Robin (1997), Bridge to Terabithia (2007), Con Air (1997), Grease 2 (1982), Halloween (1978), Hot Shots! (1991), Legends of the Fall (1994), Secondhand Lions (2003), Shrek 2 (2004), Starship Troopers 2: Hero of the Federation (2004), Tron (1982), Treasure Planet (2002), Where Eagles Dare (1968), G-Force (2009), Your Highness (2011), Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole (2010), Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London (2004), Herbie Rides Again (1974), Laurel Canyon (2002), Saboteur (1942), Jerry Maguire (1996), The Comancheros (1961), Desperate Hours (1990), Switchback (1997), White Fang (1991), Muppet Treasure Island (1996), Boa vs. Python (2004), Lassie (2005), Air Buddies (2006), Deep Core (2000), Weekend (2011)
>You know the kind of guy that is always popular in high school, has lots of friends and a hot girlfriend?
>camera shows some hot shock jock.
>That's not me.
>camera zooms on some slightly nerdish but stil rather attractive guy.
>"We need more speed!"
>"This piece of shit can't go any faster cap'n, not without risking major engine damage!"
>"Try to figure something out, goddammit!"
>Suddenly they pick up speed and escape in time
>"How did you manage that?"
>"I just had to refuckulate the rapealator to direct the BBC waves to the fucksilliary powercunt. It was risky but we pulled through just fine, sir."
>"Well sweet fuck, once again the day is saved thanks to futuristic engineering as imagined by an artschool graduate!"
>Looks like we've got ourselves company!
>Oh no, we already have too many of those as it is!
> Sheev: Give in to your anger and join the dark side!
> Luke: Never! Looks like this will be Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi!
Lucas is a fucking hack
>Return of the Jedi
He was letting his anger get the best of him and was falling to the dark side. He knew what he was doing and stopped. Also Vader was his father and he always believed in him after finding out.
Literally no reason to kill an incapacitaded guy who's going to jail and is pretty much baiting you at this point. "A license to kill is also a license not to kill".
He straight out murders Ra's Al Ghul by leaving him on the train. I don't think he killed anyone before that so this point is even more stupid.
>Buckle up boys! We're going Interstellar!
Also pic related near the end.
>Now I am finally Frank Herbert's Dune™ by Alan Smithee
Jesus Christ McLachlan
>Wake up, Asuka! We're finally here, at The End of Evangelion!
>all characters together for a scene
>one of them dies in the next
>Stupid smelly antisocial ignorant oblivious kissless nerd geek boy who lives in his mother's basement explains something with basic technical jargon that any idiot could understand
>Super handsome muscular athletic protagonist who just got back from having an orgy with 50 super models: "IN ENGLISH PLEASE!"
>Finally, after all these star wars, the force awakens
Fuck sake JJ
>you're a big guy
>it aint me starts playing
Name one movie where any of this is said. I'm waiting.
>character is at computer
>"damn it I can't break this code, its too hard!
>female agent walks up
>"let me try"
That's a video game trope you filthy /v/edditor
You need to get out and STAY out of my board unless you name ONE Television &/or Film where that occurs
>b-b-but that would take at least ten minutes!
You have TWO.
>Breaks out in singing out of nowhere
>he quotes every post that's vaguely related to his question in his post
>Would you like this anvil?
>I have too many anvils as it is!
>When will I be rid of this anvil?!