>try to be hard hitting and edgy
>no church of scientology
What was that fat fuck hiding that he choose not to go there?
>“I’m feeling so, so, so guilty, because I feel like, along with millions of other people, I played right into this. The cynicism of the Clintons, the careful, tightrope walk of all politicians, forced me, as an atheist, to get down on my knees and pray that someone would come along with some kind of authenticity,” Jillette says. “Well, someone called my bluff, goddamn it.”
Penn helped bring Trump to power. What a dumbass motherfucker.
H Y P E
You can't make a film bad on purpose it doesn't work.
The Room works as the creator was serious about the film and thinks its perfect.
This is just reddit- "xD so badddd!!!" shit. Literally kill yourself
>It's SUPPOSED to be bad, bro! xD
What are your expectations of tonight's episode?
Nothing spectacular. People are organizing. Judging by the episode preview it will only be scenes of people talking in rooms
I hope Jaime gets killed on sight at Riverrun. No idea why he would, be it'd be fun. Arrow through his open mouth.
What do you think Louis Theroux should make a documentary of?
Why is Hollywood so overwhelmingly liberal?
THEY'RE TRASHING OUR RIGHTS!!!
HACK THE PLANET!!!!
MESS WITH THE BEST?
DIE LIKE THE REST
bran would sacrifice THIS edition
Seriously though, why didn't the Eagles just fly the ring to Mordor?
Why is this scene so ridiculed?
>share the load
this might be my favorite shot in the entire trilogy
Do you still leave a tip at the cinema even if the butter dispensers are out of order?
>getting my favorite movie theater snack, pissy shitties
>soda machine is broken, can't make it authentic
>ask them to squirt me up some of the blue slushie
>she says it goes against company regulations and she can't
>she uses water instead
Blandest pissy shitties I've ever had. Unacceptable in this day and age to not have your soda machine working. Didn't leave a tip for her or for my waiter during my in-movie dining experience either