So, are these really the best two shows on right now?
I think it's just that there's a few major revelations that completely throws you just before the end so when it does end it leaves you scratching your head feeling like there should be more. A rewatch helps I found. Season 2 when?
Mr. Robot can get a bit silly and heavy-handed with the angst at times, but overall it's a pretty goddamn good show, raises some good points, seems to delight at spitting in the face of the standard TV formula and I like that about it.
Master of None is just riding the white guilt wave. It's alright, occasionally funny, but it's only pretending to be doing something special.
Can't speak for Mr. Robot, but Master of None was refreshingly honest and thoughtful. I related to something in almost every episode despite the characters being well-off New Yorkers. Sure it's a bit preachy at times, but unless you're /pol/ (therefore beyond reason) you'll find something to appreciate and think about in every episode.
>Literally forcing the premature birth of your baby to stop your disgraced husband from going to jail.
I don't think she's manipulating him senpai. I think she's steering him towards greatness but she still loved him and tires to protect him after his fall from grace. She could have just let him get arrested and jumped onto another young aspiring corporate man.
Jesus fuck why? The plot was in goddamn shambles and there was not a single likable let alone interesting character. It was all shit, like all of it.
I dont care about the bitching of misogyny or whatever people cried about .It was legitimately the worst told story I had ever seen. What the fuck else have you watched?
i do think she loves him but she is manipulating him, it starts to get to him as the show goes on.
also considering Tyrell was almost the CTO for the biggest company in the world, it'd be harder to just find another.
Master of None is ok if you can stomach the shitty acting. Really though, just watch Louis instead. It does the same "Slice of Life" storytelling but with far more powerful themes and performances.
>The plot was in goddamn shambles and there was not a single likable let alone interesting character. It was all shit, like all of it.
how was the first season any different?
green paint = green ears
Nah, I didn't like Avatar
I don't speak English and I watch American movies without subs so I can appreciate the art on it without being influenced by dialogues
If the plot is one of the most relevant parts of a movie, it's a shit movie
that's not a plot point, thats just a shitty detail that ultimately didnt mater, but at least Season two tried to mean something. Yeah yeah it was kooky existential shit, but at least shit happened in season 1.
NOTHING Happened in season 2, not a god damn thing.
wow you are fucking stupid
plot isnt just churned out by dialogue
and when the main point of movies and tv series is to tell a story and it doenst then its a shit show
you want something that doesnt fail at its purpose go fucking watch an experimental film you dumbass
Didn't see Mr Robot.
MON is one of those shows that has the chops to be funny, but just feels weighed down by the writing. The humor is there, but it's never indulged. Shows like Curb and Louie find that fine line of ridiculousness and reality, and MON just doesn't know how to balance that. It has a lot of effort put in, but it's a mediocre show.
No she definitely manipulates him. Where do you think his ideas stem from? She's the mastermind behind all of the moves he's been doing. Some of it he goes overboard but that's because she has so much power over him. That scene with elliot when he was looking for Tyrell was creepy as fuck if you ask me.
people think he's dead and has something to do with the gun in the popcorn machine.
personally i doubt they'd kill off such an interesting character so soon, especially after starting to delve into his character
is the guy from Mr. Robot a good representation of the /r9k/ outcast type? I see them championing it a bit at times.
No, he gets pussy, talks to girls and does recreational drugs
Yes, I'm both of these
There is no need to insult my persona, but I see using ad hominems is an easy way to avoid the argument
>"television has usurped film in terms of quality"
>the best show on television is some street shitter complaining about white people
Why do people say this shit again?
>cozy in bed with a laptop
>not in a cramped internet cafe using a thrice-recycled Dell ca. 1998 trying to scratch the ever-present stench of fecal matter from his nose
My mom thinks Tyrell is Elliot, could this be true? How would this make any sense at all?
not that guy but I've lurked r9k since the supreme gentleman's rampage. with every shooting related to r9k, the board gets exposure to more normies. a lot of people there are alright with drugs now, the straight edge outcasts have been drowned out.
it wouldn't and it's not.
they had a shit ton of ways to show that mr.robot wasn't real.
in the first 5 mins of the first episode Mr.robot appears in a way that makes it impossible for him to be real.
You haven't actually made any coherent argument. All you've said is that dialogue is irrelevant in movies, which it clearly fucking isn't considering the vast majority of films would be impossible to follow without it.
Master of None is an alright comedy, honestly I've seen better ones, I don't get the critical acclaim since it's just too much similar to Louie, but Louie is actually better.
Hoping it improves, for sure. The funniest part is Ansari's parents acting.
Elliot is actually the wife as well.
She knows about the split personality and the fact that
she is one of them.She was saying you better not have deleted Tyrell personality.
Master of none is one of the first shows where they have legitimately bad actors and it jarred me.
I don't fucking care if it's his real family or whatever, the mother was fucking god awful in every single line and the father is literally penguin of doom status
I'm only on like episode 6, though the parts not involving his parents are quite good. Will finish/10
>writing yourself in a red herring
>ready to die since there's no possible way out for him
>"oh jk the government wants to collude with a known gangster and killer"
>"lets go home and celebrate to the shitty arctic monkeys like nothing ever happened!"
Get a clue dude, it was so obvious that they wrote themselves in a corner and it was lazily patched up. Very poorly done. The shame of it was the previous episodes were brilliant, and that's why it made the ending that much more painful. Went from a 9/10 to a 6 in a matter of 10 minutes. Pretty impressive actually.
The last three green texts, again you're not really saying anything of relevance to the show. Merely attempting to nitpick at me. Makes me question whether or not you actually watched the show.