>at cinema watching Annabelle: Creation
>not many people there, have a whole row to myself
>45 minutes in the lights slowly come up a bit and the screen freezes on black
>usher comes in and says since less than 10 people bought tickets to our showing they had to show a "quick five minute commercial break"
>literally 5 minutes of the same ads that played before the movie
How is this legal?
>go to cinema
>have to take my mom because of their no singles policy
>she doesn't realize my motives and thinks I'm just being nice and watching a movie with her casually
>she says something and to keep the facade up I say "thanks [moms name]"
>she gives me a weird look and tells me to just call her mom like I always do
>everyone around us stares
>twenty minutes into the movie someone leaves and comes back and then an usher comes in with a handgun unholstered and asks us to leave
>on our way out a falcon escapes from the aviary and shits on my jacket
[rapidly accelerating beat]
Should I watch the original or the american cut?
Original Jap. The American one is kind of interesting but only after you've seen the original. It's almost a clip show with scenes of a guy talking about what's happening. If you get the Criterion release it has both versions
When will this witty, tightly plotted story crammed with wordplay, historical nuggets, throwaway sight gags and references to great old movies about a plucky young duck starting from scratch and amassing a fortune while he loses his soul by degrees be given a Netflix live action adaptation?
Will they kill off Luke in 'The Last Jedi'?
>All My Friends Are Dead starts playing
I'm rooting for Kevin this season. Anyone been watching?
>the masses are finally realizing how shitty it was
people pretended to like tpm for a few years too
yup Disney is going to drain every last drop out of star wars until it's as worthless a franchise as any other forgotten fantasy series
Disney is like a parasite, they can't produce anything quality anymore they can only suck the life out of still relevant properties.
CHECK OUT MY PECS LITTLE MAN
>But in taking on New York and the Deuce, the co-creators recognized that among the many pitfalls to avoid was any lapse into what Mr. Simon called “the boys’ version of the sex industry.” He said that the writers, directors and actors engaged in intense, scene-by-scene discussions during the shooting of the first season’s eight episodes. Gay and trans writers contributed to the teleplays, women directed four of the episodes, and Ms. Gyllenhaal, one of the producers, shared her notes on scripts and edits of episodes.
Its gonna suck isnt it?
Why do women and fags have to ruin EVERYTHING? REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
What are your thoughts on that show?
>dun dun dun din dun din din din dun dun
Every one of these shows are pure comfy. Can other networks even compete?
>Bushnell Mullins, I'm FBI.