Why didn't he just kneel to Xerxes?
Why did they make this character a lesbian?
>Hello hound, I'm shallow plot device used only to further your horribly rushed story arc.
Wow what could he mean by this, guys?
Battleship Potemkin (1925)
The Passion of Joan of Arc (1928)
Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans (1927)
City Lights (1931)
The General (1926)
They forgot Thanos.
GOAT joker coming through
Why oh why did they make the third one, and why is it so SHITE? After the first two 10/10 masterpieces where we got to see a picture-perfect arc of Michael, they present us this 1/10 piece of shit, like 20 years later, go fuck yourself Coppola, fuck yourself in the ear.
Not only this movie is terrible, but it also shits on the previous two's legacy and characters, the way they pussified Michales was vomit-inducing. Joe Mantegna was a terrible villain, there were like 13 different plots they had no fucking clue how to end them. Shit was bloated and overblown.
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>using anything else to get your kino and tvkino.
Truly we are in a blessed time.
Why does /tv/ hate these movies again?
>it's a "even though these movies have been praised on /tv/ i saw a couple of people trash talk it so i'm gonna make a thread claiming everyone here hates it" thread
Can we agree that at this point the show has just become fanservice and they're just following memes like 'muh cleganebowl confirmed' and giving what they think the fans want rather than actually trying to come up with interesting and risky story lines?
I wouldn't be surprised if they have a Jon+Dany ship planned in the works.
Whats their endgame?
Also /tolkien/ General
YOU READY FOR THIS /tv/?!
What was this characters endgame?
>go on to reddit r/gameofthrones
>they have an inexplicable hatred of Based Sparrow and are rooting for cersei and margaery
Lol normies btfo