Does /tv/ recommend 30 Rock? I always hear good things about it, but my hate for Tina Fey makes me wonder if i should
itt: post movies you've had in your backlog/on your harddrive forever and anons tell you whether or not to watch it
would Cranston have made a good Lex Luthor?
nothing will fill the void leo
Considering all you faggots have suddenly taken an interest in criticism since Ballbusters came out, can we have a best critics thread?
Why not read a book instead?
How much Hot Butter do you guys usually put on your Popcorn when you're at the Cinema?
Me, i get at least half a liter
i had no idea she was so poor
>this is the Plan B
>it's the If Boys Were Girls episode
Are you ready for childrensbook-kino?
Why? Seriously why? Its been done. It wasnt even that massive a book to begin with. It was popular but not earth shattering.
Who in their right mind thinks it needs a second film, and a fucking reboot of all things?
Is cinema fucking dead? Between this and the BFG Im getting sick of this shit.
The first movie was a shameless attempt to make it into another big "Harry Potter" franchise. It was shit. Now that we're all past that they actually have a chance to make something good. These books would work great as films if they put a little effort into them.
Oh they are making this one again? Nice. Loved the old movie as a preteen. Emily Browning was like my first movie crush.
Does anyone know how is the foundation adaptation by HBO and jonathan nolan doing ? No news since nov 2014
I never even heard about. Did a quick search and found nothing less than a year old. I see Roland Emerich's name attached so I doubt it will be goid. Probably in development hell anyway.
>shoot Voldemort in the face
>repeat as necessary
>no more wizard wars
explain to me why this wouldn't , /tv/