Whats the most soul-crushingly depressing movie that you've ever watched, /tv/?
That strange movie with Heather Graham, where she has an affair with her stalker. Forgot the title.
I know there are sadder and darker movies, but that one left me in a blank and lifeless mood for days.
It kind of ends on a high note but the tone throughout the whole thing is just so fucking bleak and hopeless.
No, this is NOT a photograph. This is Warcraft, coming to theaters on June 10. Don't miss it.
"In a night scene Vader absolutely lays waste to a Rebel ground Squad. Unfortunately this is one of the scenes we have to water down. We made it like something from the old slasher/horror films. Rebel soldiers who joked about a boogie man with magical powers and then minutes later are absolutely wasted."
>Gareth and the crew creates gritty war kino set in the SW universe
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>you've lived long enough to see a good Adam Samberg movie
What's next for his career?
What was his fucking problem?
The 90s were just priming us for the SJW future
first page edt.
>thr next Bond will be a numale or muh diversity
>there will never be another alpha male Bond
I thought that was Ben Affleck in the catalog thumbnail
Are Americans ruining the movie industry?
Who is this fat fuck and why is /tv/ and reddit so obsessed with him?
>WAH THA MEAN
What did he mean by this?