ENOUGH OF THE CLOWN!
well folks it's that time of the month
post your FIVE favorite movies
i don't want to see any nolan, tarantino, or pta in here this time, ok? let's try a little harder
Have you ever walked out of movie? Did anyone follow? Have you ever seen multiple people walk out of movie at once?
No. First of all, I mostly see movies I'm sure I'll be interested in. Second, even if I don't like it, I paid to see it and walking out is a bigger waste of my money than seeing a movie I don't like
Is it because no one cares about Rich Little?
Worst episode since the Big Bang Theory guy.
The more excited Norm is the worse the episode is. It's ok when he's excited over someone that can carry the episode like Letterman or Reiner but Rich Little is a dinosaur and a snooze.
Did IT save the horror genre?
is Snake Plissken the best name for a fictional character?
What is your favorite word?
Did anyone else here really like this
>Did you like "fuck you, we're having a tone shift, whether you like it or not !"-the movie ?
It wasn't good, but i got a lot of the references, jacked it to the lesbian scenes and was genuinely surprised for the turns of the story.
>The new novel Leia: Princess of Alderaan by Claudia Gray includes a passage that heavily implies the character Amilyn Holdo (played by Laura Dern in The Last Jedi) is bisexual, which would make her the first openly LGBT individual seen onscreen in a Star Wars film. Diversity and representation is a hot button topic in the film industry these days, and Lucasfilm has been at the forefront of promoting it in big budget tentpoles.
>In the book (which is set prior to the events of A New Hope), there is a moment where Leia and Holdo are having a conversation, joking about the possibility of an interspecies relationship:
>“A pair of pretty dark eyes.” Then Amilyn thought about that for a moment. “Or more than a pair, if you’re into Grans. Or Aqualish, or Talz. Or even – ”
>“That’s all right! Leia said through laughter. “It’s just humanoid males for me.”
>“Really? That feels so limiting.”
>“Thank goodness it’s a big galaxy.”
>scene with extreme violence
>slow-tempo classical music starts playing
What is the best Three Musketeers adaptation?
This. At it doesn't portray Richelieu as a moustache twirling villain that wants to take over the world.
Which Is the best Count of Montecristo adaptation, lads? I'm watching the Depardieu one and it's faithful in most parts but pretty much butchered Haydees plotline and will probably end with Edmond & Mercedes together.
Who was in the wrong here?
This is gonna be the new Nicholson vs Ledger isn't it?
Sat down to watch the first episode of this a few days ago.
>8 hours later
That was bretty gud. Are the 2nd and 3rd seasons similar to the first? I know they have different actors / characters. I especially liked the setting, are the newer seasons still set in Louisiana?
Second season is mediocre at best. Third season doesn't exist yet, but I have faith in Jeremy Saulnier and the Ozarks sound like a more fitting setting for the show than season 2's.
Recommend me some European tv series, /tv/.
Already watched Misfits, This is England, Limmy's Show