Is Pickle Rick still cool on /tv/ or no? I don't see Pickle Rick anymore.
Has he faded?
It is time, Frodo.
Are you guys not talking about this because it actually looks good and you can't shitpost about it?
I'm not talking about it because I don't want to see any trailers or pictures before seeing the film.
All blind here. Maximum enjoyment derived.
I can respect that, I normally would but I was on the fence about whether or not Ridley was going to fuck this up with his senile meddling, so I wanted to extinguish my hope as soon as I could.
Other than suck, and fuck what else does Chuck rhyme with?
There should be something like IT or Stranger Things but set in the 2000s.
>kids have posters for LOTR, Raimi Spider-Man, Batman Begins, etc
>the kids play Smash Bros Melee and Halo CE
>arguing about the prequels
>they take razor scooters everywhere instead of bikes
>they're impressed when one of them gets texting on their phone
>they play flash games and reference early memes
>boy stalks some girl on myspace
Probably too soon for 2000s nostalgia, wait til the 2020s though.
Fuck you this was adventurous af!
Russel Crowe as Dr Jekyll was GOAT casting. Sofia Boutella as the female Mummy was 10/10. Amazing cinematography and visuals.
I really hope to see Cruise return in a sequel
From the point they first introduced Cruise's character up until the plane crash was pretty bad. The rest was alright but kinda slow and boring compared to the first The Mummy (didn't watch sequals).
why does jerry bauman keep tricking me in to watching his boring horror flicks?
ITT: Characters that did nothing wrong
>you can see in the backround the meteorite collision and trees from millions of years ago when IT came to earth
>5 white walkers
Sam, Brienne, Jon, Jaime, and Arya are going to defeat the army
The Man Who Would Never Be... What They Made Him To Be
Why do you guys have problems with method acting?
Was he a beta?
Childhood is idolizing Xavier: Renegade Angel
Adulthood is realizing 12 Oz Mouse makes more sense
Remember how some anime studio in Japan made Big-O for only one season, then Cartoon Network paid them to make another, then it died for reals?
I am absolutely certain that 12 oz. Mouse is a shredded version of their season 3 scripts for Big-O.