You now realise this man single handedly saved GoT the previous 2 seasons
What a shitty finale
What would you do with a holodeck?
what did DnD mean by this?
Is "Straight to Netflix" going to be the new term to describe low-quality terrible movies ?
/tpg/ twin peaks general
Two people waking up edition
>dany's crew asks cersei for a truce, so that they can go deal with the dead army
>cersei turns it down
>cersei decides to lie and tell them she'll join the fight
>"tee-hee, I was just pretending! let them die in the north"
Why didn't she just accept the fucking truce then? She's back at square one.
She's a retard. Tywin tells her flat out that she's not as smart as she thinks she is. She's trying to scheme when she should be clinging to dear life. Tywin would never try games like this when the fate of Westeros is on the line.
Is this Bay Kino?
I lost the pastebin sorry bros
SEE YOU IN SEASON 8 FUCKERS! THE NIGHT IS DARK AND FULL OF DONDARRION
BRACE YOURSELVES /OURBOYZ/ ARE COMING AND WE GOT A ICE DRAGON
With the last good character gone how do you save it? Make it more anime?
>This is Season 7's audience
"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" delivered a sweeping, triumphant message to modern cinema: The art of filmmaking is alive and relevant in Pop Culture.
Riding a wave of resurgent techniques in both story structure and filmmaking, "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" paid homage to its predecessors while raising the bar for other contemporary filmmakers. Constructed by an army of the most talented artists in the field, establishes a new, bold cinematic universe while delivering a tight stand alone experience.
"The Force Awakens" set the Box Office, and the world, on fire for several months. A poor start to Disney's Anthology series is irrelevant to the main series. Disney sits atop their high castle, ready to drop its follow up to their run-away hit.
"Star Wars: The Last Jedi" lies just out of the public eye, a dark, brooding epic that emanates power in waves. Disney and its A-List of filmmakers plan to expand the series in ways George Lucas was incapable of. "The Last Jedi" will redefine Pop Culture upon its release. A renaissance is taking place in modern filmmaking as the medium redefines itself in the age of smart devices and instant streaming. Disney's "Star Wars" franchise has entered the playing field as a perfect environment for revolutionary filmmakers to evolve their art.
Don't downplay the magnitude this film's release carries. See it in theaters, friends.
>tyrion walks away sullenly
>marches into the throne room
>Jorah is sitting on the steps and sees sadface tyrion
>without a word, he knows exactly what that face is about
>"don't worry, you get used to it" he says with a grin while offering tyrion a beer
>"... wanna go watch?"
>they get up and go peek through the keyhole
>Darrio, Euron, and Drogo's zombie corpse are already there watching
I also cried watching this episode
reminder, sneed poster is an underage spammer