What are the best feel good films to watch when you are feeling down?
movies are generally too long when im pondering suicide
tv shows of comedy, and stand up comedy, thats always been my last refuge
scrubs, old burr, old ck, old david cross
maybe a muppet christmas carol if im feeling like remembering childhood joy
>HELP HELP THE SECRETARY HAS FALLEN!
Is he this generation's 'that guy' actor? I'm seeing him everywhere lately as a small part character
Someone make it happen
What did Luke Skywalker mean by this?
I want to be like Healthy Morty.
when will the hollywood bubble pop?
for Jon Hamm it has
>gloryboy on Mad Men
>every movie he's been in during and after has either been a flop or he's never actually contributed to its success in any way
inb4 Baby Driver, he was awful, he can't play a villain to save his life
Gonna try to get a Stacy over to my place tonight.
What movie should we watch? The Layover or It Comes At Night? Or something else?
Fucking hell, this movie. There's people out there that actually murdered, and didn't do as much time as him.
Dude just could not handle outside life, also pretty much fucking insane.
>tries to meet back up with gf
>I have a boyfriend now
>runs out and robs a jewelry store to get her a ring
Who does this. The man just couldn't stand things being normal, look at the end of the movie, he seemed to be halfway to rehabilitation but as soon as he caught wind that he was becoming predictable it was back to being a nutter.
So it's pretty much agreed that this is the exact moment the writing started to decline, right?
>Make one episode more of a sitcommy story of a boy getting caught shoplifting and having to deal with the repercussions and moral guilt
>Simpsons nerds start to curse its name because of The Zombie Simpsons
Look I really like Dead Homer's Society, no other blog went meticulous to explain everything that went wrong with The Simpsons, but they're being jerks for attacking the episode.
Thought on him?
what's his fucking problem?
when did this shitshow become so cringe?
the first and seventh season feels like two completely different shows
Why do the British make better documentaries than Americans?