Is this one of the most incompetently written and amateur shows in recent memory? It's AWFUL
It's okay, better than most non-Netflix capeshit TV. I like that it's fun and more like a comic book. I just wish characters wouldn't be sidelined and then forgotten about or change allegiances so rapidly.
>6 more days until the new R&M episode
>Movie called 'The Breakfast Club'
>No-one eats or discusses different brands of cereal
What was the title supposed to mean?
*blocks your path
>you bettah stop dis
>in concession line for cooler filled with melted butter at cinéma
>The guard in the watchtower shines his searchlight on me
>mfw trap pretending to be pregnant to pass no singles policy
suck that, Robert!
What are some badass movies to watch?
What did Sam mean by this?
Have you recently watched any "classic" for the first time, /tv/? If so, what did you think of it?
Pic related was shit 2bh
Movies as an artform can
I'll get my fart jokes and my popcorn and I'll keep laughing my ass off at quips while you weep in the corner you pseudo intellectual faggot.
Your kind is dying, face it, we win.
Answer this post to admit your defeat. To admit pretentious TRASH is beneath fun movies and DESERVES to be dying as is currently (finally! thankfully!) happening.
>no set design, feels empty and lifeless
>no interesting ideas for storylines and generally bad writing
>relies on gimmicks only instead
>those are unoriginal or just bad, unfortunately ("fuck you, albert", glove, andy and lucy, coordinates, riddles, ...)
>bad acting (Bell, Lynch, Horse, Robertson, Dern, ...)
>dull characters (one-dimensional at best)
>storylines and characters are introduced for no purpose
>everything is supposed to weirdly connect and make sense
>shot in digital in a way that doesn't compensate for the technology's disadvantages (looks bad)
>roadhouse scenes (out of place, badly shot, the songs, the bands, the extras, ...)
>student-tier storytelling/editing (characters are shown walking up complete sets of stairs)
>stretched out needlessly, long takes have no particular effect
>everything above is literally cringe-tier in concept and implementation
>obviously delusional and/or inexperienced fanbase perceiving it as particularly meaningful, complex or "deep"
>can't compare to the original series that doesn't have those problems (coherent/complex and beautiful sets, costumes and make-up/well shot/well acted/well written/magnificent multi-dimensional characters and character relations, music, storylines and gimmicks/creates a unique athmosphere as a result, changing the world of television forever whereas "the return" neither manages to do something established really good nor to invent something new)
>somehow the best thing in tv history
What are the essential x-men movies?
So why did Jack turn into a skeleton?
This is easily the best movie of the year, why is nobody talking about it?
ITT: The coolest movie you've seen but don't think anyone else here has seen
Mine is Cocksucker Blues, an unrealesed documentary on the 1972 Rolling Stones tour. The fly on the wall camera captures drug use and debauchery on part of the band and roadies, causing the band to sue. It has some really good footage of their concerts too.
>the Jews in the end try not to pay their end of the deal
What did Chase mean by this?
Can I get a quick rundown on how /tv/ recieved this series?
I thought it was pretty great. Not quite Darkplace or Danger 5, but still overall very good.
If the lack of responses is evidence, they didn't receive it well.
Personally I blame Amazon, they're terrible at marketing their shows, Patriot was excellent too, check that out it you haven't.
I also think Amazon fucked up giving that talentless fuckhead Channing Tatum and JGL so much credit, they just do the voice-overs. The Romanian actors themselves are SOOOO much better.