what was this movie really about?
Anyone else remember this? There's only one screenshot on it *the attached picture* and it's been itching the back of my mind for a while.
>>one of the funniest shit on tv
>>cant find anyone to talk about it with irl and every time i mention it just get looked at like im a weirdo
I guess its 'weirdness' is what makes it so great but fuck man.. Don't try bringing this show up in a conversation at a party or anything
Who should play Judith Hoag in the new Ninja Turtles movie?
Is there anything funnier then this?? Besides maybe Decker.
I'm not sure if its vague esotericism is a great thing or a bad thing
I want to introduce friends to it but it's funniest when you're able to watch the whole thing, or at least have an understanding of the unusually elaborate background to it, but that takes forever to do, including if you watch the multi-hour-each Oscar Specials
It's so good though
I've noticed RLM keeps making direct references to it
Massively. Along with what I recently saw described as "sidewashing" - the casting of a preferred ethnicity over a character's actual ethnicity when whitewashing is impossible.
People who aren't white. White people who aren't bigots that want to see non-whites erased from society.
Does /tv/ just not know this exists, or does /tv/ genuinely not like this Netflix kino?
this gave me nightmares, wtf was she thinking
You've gone back in time and found yourself at a party with these two. What do you say to one or both of them? Any warnings? Or do you just shake your head sadly and head back to the present day?
What are some good films about the bond between father/daughter?
ITT: movies that were better than the book
Runs at Mach 5
Which is 3836.35 Miles per hour.
Now if we use this formula to calculate the speed of the explosion's shockwave:
We can determine that it took Quicksilver about tree fiddy seconds to save the day.
DUDE BRAINLESS MOVIES FOR NORMAL PEOPLE OFFEND ME BECAUSE I AM TOO INTELLECTUAL LMAO
Have you ever had a whitehead on your eyeball, Mary?
>I mean it took £800 million, so the kicking didn’t matter but it was sort of overstuffed…
>It was very muddled. I think the next one [Justice League] will be simpler. The script is certainly a lot smaller, it’s more linear.