COME ON IN GUYS
Raised by patricians or plebians?
>"Move, or you will be moved"
What's her superpower?
I enjoy watching this, and then the third act comes.....
>If you truly hate a character some actor is portraying, that means he's a good actor
What do you think about this saying /tv/, is it true?
Why does he play the exact same character as Ragnar Lothbrok? Everything is identical except now he wears shitty, ridiculous armor in Warcraft.
Well, this was fucking fantastic.
What did you think of it /tv/?
>post yfw the first time you watched this part
Turkish is a weird name.
>Ooh my spider-sense is tingling, if you know what I'm talking about
What did he mean by this?
>That's right, a GIRL is going to join your team.
Memes aside, why isn't it socially acceptable to go to a move by yourself? It's one of the most antisocial things you can do with a group of people since you sit in a dark room in silence.
Who gives a shit? Just go by yourself, anon. I used to go to the movies by myself on Sundays for the first showing of the movie I wanted to watch. It was pretty fuckin' sweet. Just me and a handful of old people who didn't talk during the goddamn movie.
>It's as if everyone as agreed silently to cross some sort of line.' And once you've crossed the line, there's no going back, like the mask is off and everyone's true colours have been revealed.
What is /tv/'s opinion on Moonlighting starring Bruce Willis and Cybill Shepherd?
How is this not the best series on TV right now.
Holy fuck I would have never though that we will get another masterpiece after the Wire and Sopranos.
Plebs will scoff as they can't comprehend it.
Reducing all of Mishima's work, both in art and politics to his sexual traumas and fears is pretty simplistic desu.
But the movie had nice aesthetics and soundtrack, so there's that.