Movies that activates your almonds
>3,038 days until Avatar 5
Are you weebs mad that the big, mean westerners changed your precious anime a little?
Which one should I put on and have running in the background while shitposting on multiple boards, /tv/?
>doesnt judge anything
Share the load.
Do you think she regrets getting involved with Game of Thrones?
What the fuck was his problem?
Previously on /GoT/: >>86862548
So now that the dust has settled, how was this movie?
Was it accurate and relatable, or just more one-sided signaling?
I'd say you're the second best board /tv/
>implying you would survive past her asking you to fuck even though you know she's an agent
Does it bother /tv/ when youtuber make real movies?
I guess it depends on what you think is a real movie
Why are idiots complaining about the way GOT events are playing out? (I'm not taking about the writing)
Wouldn't it be predictable as fuck if they continued doing the same old shit that they been doing since the begining for the last 6 seasons?
Having the more favorable likable characters die or lose and having the "bad guys" (grey area) characters win or always have the upper hand.
This formula is stale and predictable by now. If a character is well liked then, horrible things will happen to them or get double crossed , yaaaawwwn.
It's actually a nice change of pace from the same old shit we all expect.
Don't know why faggots want the show to continue in the same old way being predictable fuck.
>why are people upset that a show is different than it used to be?
>why aren't they happy it's nothing at all the same as the way it was when they started watching it?
>fan favorites are more important than a plot that made sense!
Are you a woman?
Except what you just described is exactly why the show turned to shit. Or at least one of the big reasons. Paired with villains who the audience hates that become untouchable and have no weaknesses.