This was fucking fantastic and you know what it made me realize?
That /tv/ has a talent, they can make any great movie seem like it's going to be garbage. I didn't expect to enjoy it at all and it's unironically one of my favorite movies (outside of the ending)
The most based thing to come out of the 90s and a genre- and generation-defining masterpiece
The sequel had some awesome twincest
>what did you just call me?
Very cool Bateman, but that's nothing
>I sacrificed everything, even your lives for you people and what do I get?"
Is it, dare I say... The comfiest show ever?
I never thought sipping coffee in rainy Seattle with my brother seemed very comfy, I'd much prefer to hang out with the gang down here and have a beer or two...
For the longest time Javier Bardem was going to be Roland and then suddenly it was Idris Elba instead.
To those who are unhappy with the casting of Idris Elba, would you have been satisfied if they'd stuck with Javier Bardem? I know Bardem is pretty well-regarded here but many people say Roland is supposed to be "Eastwood-like" which does not remotely describe Bardem.
That is racist.
Yeah, I like both regardless, I just wonder if there would have been as much complaining if it had been Bardem. Not to say there's much complaining outside of the white supremacist bubble.
This new photo is from colorado where almost no onevcould recognize him
It can't really be as bad as the critics say, can it?
ITT: post music video kino
>it's an /x/ and /tv/ crossover episode
Find a flaw.
Do women understand this?
Kill, Fuck, Marry
How did Simba and Nala just SUDDENLY fall in love? They didn't see each other in years, and when they were just cubs, they just seemed like good friends. How did romance suddenly come in to the picture? This was a horribly written movie, but this part really takes the cake for me.
What a retarded question. I haven't seen this shit since I was 5 and I can answer that.
They were good childhood friends who had a special bond, they haven't seen each other in years and miss each other, and see each other again as adults and feel an attraction for each other.
Besides look at those eyes, how can you not fall in love?
>>87552459, that too.