>characters who did nothing wrong
in care she would be investigated and banned from working because of how she treated the residents of the establishment
also i don't really think the point in the book/movie has anything to do with the question did she do anything wrong?
didnt she constantly invoke threat of telling mother on one of the patient, knowing perfectly well what effect it has. Doing it seemingly to retain her control over him, not to make him a functional member of society.
name a better Godzilla movie
Name a funny network sitcom. TBBT is about as close as you can get.
Has he ever heard the tragedy of darth plagueis the wise?
>it's a fucking angry Wojak
How did we not notice earlier?
this is what rotten tomatoes' editors look like
>99% white with a handful of nonwhites
it's like old /tv/
how do we go back
>this entire fucking article
Film execs deserve to be strapped to the front of a minivan and sent on their marry way
>first trailers of It come out
>wow this movie is gonna be shit, 20 percent on rotten tomatoes oogly boogly woogly!
fast forward to 2017
>it comes out to critical acclaim
>90 percent on RT
>critics love it
>/tv/ shitposters can't stand this fact, go into maximum ironic shilling mode
Fuck you faggots for real. "Don't forget to see this movie in Imax with all your friends haha isn't my ironic shilling of a genuinely good movie hilarious??" no it's not, you're just mad that the movie surpassed everyone's expectations.
Also, FUCK brainlets who complain about the ending.
WOW THEY JUST KILL IT WITH REBAR SO FUCKING DUMB
way to miss the point, brainlet. remember the scene where
he points the unloaded gun up to pennywise's forehead and pulls the trigger, it doesn't fire but it still wounds him? The point is that they believe that they can harm it, the ending fight isn't them just senselessly beating pennywise down with bats, its symbolizing them conquering their fear.fuckin faggot brainlets. i dont know where you came from, /v/ or reddit but you need to go back and stay there.
the tarantino of serious film
now that the dust has settled what do you guys think of The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: Scared Silly?
I never saw that one. All I remember from the one I saw was they were on a ship and a kraken scared Grimace. I remember him keeping his eyes closed and saying 'If I can't see it, it can't see me. If I can't see it, it can't see me. If I can't see it, it can't see me. *opens his eyes* I see it!'
Have you got yours yet?
Could a show like this work today?
We've already had a few plus there are now reality shows that follow the premise. The most popular version was literally called Lost, with all kinds of shenanigans like Gilligan's Island.
It was one dimensional as fuck.
Every episode was basically the same thing.
>Hey I got a way to get off the island guys
>Every one jumps on board to try it
>It fails and they stay on the island
Just rewatched this since my childhood. I can't believe I forgot about the racemixing propaganda in this shit. Then again it's a Disney film.
>watched this is English class
>cucked male teacher made all the white girls and black boys hold hands in front of the class whole reading the lines of the book
Why has this show faded into obscurity whole others have remained popular for decades. Is anyone looking at a remake/reboot?
>What can I say, I love cocks.
What did he mean by this
I'm just glad Gordon is still getting acting jobs.
In a free-for-all, which captain+crew would win?
If you were forced to serve under one of them, which one would you choose as your captain?
It's been over 20 years and this is still the best mafia movie.
Its not fair that television broadcasts bestiality as okay in both children and adult media and then the world goes and shames furries for getting the idea to yiff from it all.