>*blocks your path*
the rumour is time travel
I want a haphazard remake of The Wrath of Kahn. I know it's never been done before, but what if we introduce a character that wants revenge on the Federation or maybe just Kirk, and they have to go all out in a game of cat/mouse/mouse-cat/dog to set things right. Also, absolutely, Kirk should disregard direct orders under threat of court-martial, and the guy telling him to not do the thing says it right on the bridge and then tells a redshirt to "take him to the brig" but then nobody moves a,d Kirk goes back to captaining the ship. And in the end, they don't even reprimand him, they offer to promote him but he turns down the offer and then we end on the ship warping inside the space-horizon to some mid-90's punk music.
Has left wing anti-white televison ever come up with something this great?
Is anything safe from reboots?
Guilty Until Proven Innocent: The Show
>What was your plan here?
>My plan? Just to hang out.
No, and neither is getting a bite to eat at McDonald's
It's a goddamn shame
Okay, what the fuck. I get that /tv/ likes this kid, but critics have a boner for him to now? First Stranger Things becomes the biggest show of last year, and now critics are calling 'It' the best Stephen King movie. What the fuck is going on here?
Realistically, would he have been found guilty of any crime?
I guess you could say murder but I'm sure Morgan Freeman's character would've defended him and there was a significant amount of emotion built up when the killing happened
what shows/movies have the best animal companions?
People just buy pitbulls to virtue signal "Oh look how nice they are" like they're some oppressed group of people. I've owned dogs my entire life and I wouldn't put a newborn on the belly of ANY dog just in case.
Turns out Justin Roiland isn't funny
Bajorans a shit edition
TOS nostalgia episodes produced some nice stuff too
>read through Preacher
>hear it has a TV show
>Look it up
>Jesse has a shitty nu-male haircut
>Tulip is black because of "divershitty"
>Episodes are not adaptations of the books, instead making up their own shitty plots and characters
Why must every adaption rape the source material for the worse
Thoughts on this scene?
Should have chosen a better pic, for shitposting purposes.
Anyway, it's a big scene for me.
Possibly the greatest sequence ever put on film. Every single image, every single frame is packed with meaning and subtext. It will be analyzed for decades, maybe centuries.
Who would you cast in a live-action Overwatch film? Obviously this would be a total disaster, but let's say (((Hollywood))) decides to make one anyway and you're in charge of casting it.
(Rest of the cast in next image)