>it's a netflix joint
I liked The Wire because it was realistic and rewarding as fucking. I'm onto season five of this hand held shit.
What is the appeal?
People actually like how this guy babbles his way through every sentence?
>tfw laughing at all the buttmad Cumskins and chinks who're angry because a GOOD BLACK ACTOR got cast as L
Never change /pol/tards. You're probably mad because the guy who played L is talented enough to be an actor, unlike you.
AGENT BILLY GOT POPPED?
Is this soap opera kino?
What was the best Wild Wild West films?
I've only watched The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.
wtf i love zach now
>I gave you stuff, you're my girlfriend now!
what is the Buddha nature /tv/?
it is to float on a cloud with a big grin while handing out shit advice to bands of heroes.
I am an avid believer that films should not be required to stick directly to their source material. This should have stuck a bit closer. Part of the magic of the original series was the long stalemate between L and Light, both requiring 100% knowledge of something before they were able to act. In this adaptation, the hero and the villain, use conjecture and anger to accomplish their goals. Characters in this film have unfleshed motives. If literally everyone likes Kira except for one cop and a detective, why defeat him? Why does Ryuk want the death note to have a new owner? Why is the love interest so interested in killing criminals with a boy she just met?
There were a multitude of plot holes and ill formed plans. When Light's dad made his TV announcement, he was basically betting his life on the fact that his son was in fact Kira.
The film plays out like a modern live action Disney flick with a multitude of rules that come and go as the writers need them and there is no moral ambiguity, despite the characters making it their best effort to tell you that there is.
The sound track and framing, however, were on point. The casting could have been worse, even L.
>kick the fuckin bass up on this tv
what were they THINKING?
tfw I haven't watched GoT s7 yet and I already know everything that's going to happen.
Why does Hollywood keep shoving her down our throats?
that you wanted to became this character. You just started to copy everything they did, their style, behavior, hobby and interests in general so you haven't recognized yourself anymore?
I'm currently in the process of planning the first of my six deaths to be like my favourite character