>character opens beer
>character drinks beer
>doesn't immediately spit it out, or chase it with water to rinse the taste of battery acid from his mouth
What does /tv/ think of Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight movie trilogy?
Now that the dust has settled, what was in the box?
>nostalgiafags that were raised by Disney and will eat up every manipulative cashgrab sequel they shit
Pick two forever
ITT: Quintessential Teenage Kino
saw this yesterday. I know nothing about the games and thoroughly enjoyed it.
The only reason I can think of why people are saying it sucks is because they are used to fantasy type movies being that gritty pseudo-realistic shit. The kind of thing where everyone is wearing drab brown and grey clothes in a grey castle with a black sky, but this is very colorful and very much a fantasy movie.
Why haven't you watched Narcos yet? Season 2 airs September 2nd so you have plenty of time to catch up
What a shitty movie.
3rd one is shit too.
Fuck Paul Greengrass.
The only decent one was the first one.
First one was really good.
The other two were passable. Just remember, it could always have been worse.
Leave Gul'dan to me.
“I communicate using what you call ‘Jessica’s Feet.’ No, wait, ‘Telepathy.’”
The worlds can be one together
Cosmos without hatred
Stars like diamonds in your eyes
The ground can be space (space, space, space, space)
With feet marching towards a peaceful sky
All the Moonmen want things their way
But we make sure they see the sun
We say goodbye, Moonmen
What was his superpower?
He will comeback, right?
What went so right?
Last movie or television show you dropped and quit watching.
Blazing Saddles here, you fucking know why, god damn
So is he dead?
There's rumors of him showing up in Legacy
>While speaking at the ATX TV Festival in Austin, TX, executive producer Howard Gordon said that he thinks Jack Bauer still has some life in him, and there’s a chance he could even appear at some point in 24: Legacy. Find out more about a possible Kiefer Sutherland 24 Legacy appearance below.
>Here’s what Gordon said during the panel at the ATX TV Festival (via Deadline):
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