>it's so cool and trendy to call Leo shit
Name a female or a non-white who has ever given a performance anywhere near the level of Dicaprio in The Revenant.
Of all the characters in the entire series, who is the most tragic in the Wire?
And come on, let's think with more complexity than snapping to Wallace.
Is this the best Marvel movie ever made?
>your are shitposting on /tv/ while from the window you see this man wandering in your garden
what you do
ITT: Non-white actors who actually can act
i like this guy. first saw him in four lions and have pretty much liked him in all his other roles. hope this guy sticks around
incredible. one of the best ever. if he's in it, im watching it without a doubt
Why doesn't /tv/ discuss their films at all?
What kind of humor is this?
>character's ringtone is the default ringtone
>Character has a ringtone
>doesn't keep his phone on vibrate at all times
Recommend me some good comedies. Can be really abstract.
Do you guys like Kevin Smith?
I respect Kevin Smith for the risks he took to make Clerks. He really put it all on the line to make his dreams a reality and that takes a lot of balls. I'll always love Clerks because of what that movie represents.
Somewhere along the line Kevin Smith lost it though, the guy became a cringey neckbeard who makes shitty movies and posts about his wife's butthole on instagram. I'm not a fan of that Kevin Smith.
The Great Debate
dex season 1-4 what made it so great? how was season 5-8 so bad compared to 1-4?
Did they deserve it?
How did they make a trilogy so focused on characters that is so good in all three films? I seriously expected it to become shittier with each movie but it was as good in each, each one focusing in a different part of Michael's career. Is there a trilogy as good?
Because the characters have integrity and their roles become better and better over time instead of devolving to fit the social construct. Instead of focusing on one thing, the film does many good things that work.
It was good.