Why was this made?
Because it had a good premise, and could have been a good sequel. But as we all know, it started out like it was gonna be ok and then gradually devolved in to SJW bullshit propaganda. I almost walked out when Seth pussied out and let them stay just because he couldn't stand see them getting upset. Where the fuck was that sympathy when zac efron got kicked out and had his life ruined?
I agree with everything about it having a good premise and could have been a good movie.
At no point could this have been a good sequel. This isn't Taken 2 where if they had taken the correct elements and focused on them they could have continued with an OK franchise.
This entire movie is based on a premise that I'm sure most people would've expected to be a 5 second "here we go again...but with GIRLS" gag at the end of the original film.
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Kek and yes.
She's much more despicable of a character than Efron's character with no motivation beyond "I wanna smoke pot and party" and yet the (5 or 6) writers of this turd expect you to empathise with her the entire time for no other reason than I assume her gender.
I'm in San Jose, ca
Watching shogun assassin
In a cinema.
Where are you?
I'm about 30min away in redwood city enjoying not being in the worst part of the Bay Area
Why the fuck isn't /tv/ talking about this? 20 daily capeshit threads or wow or le meme thread but not about an actual good new series?
Great first episode imo. And this coming from someone who liked the comic. Dominic is great as jesse. Cassidy is ok cast. Tulip is the fucking worst though. Literally muh strong black women who don't need no man (she actually says this). Taking down choppers nd shit. Really overboard but whatever, she wasn't that prominent in the pilot.
Anyone else other than me seen it? Thoughts? Shame it's 2 weeks between every ep though
>only giving shows 2 episodes to establish themselves as great
I bet you hated the wire, yet love the walking dead based on the first couple episodes. Most people say you're supposed to give a show only 3 episodes but you really are plebeian if you're interested in something but give up before the first season ends. Once the first season ends, if you don't like it, fuck it you only watched 8-15 episodes it's not like you have to spend months watching it.
>guy is walking his dog
>dog breaks free from leash
>guy starts chasing him
>"yup, that's me"
>camera zooms in on guy
>"no no no"
>camera pans to dog
post movies in this genre
Films where the title makes no sense and doesn't relate to the film at all
In BvS, maybe the email scene implied that
Lex was going to use the metahumans to form his league of minions.
Found this image & in Injustice he was an alternate universe Lex who had no childhood trauma.
How does he keep getting away with it
What does /tv/ think of this?
I found it to be one of the best tv-shows in a while actually
/tv/, what's some essential /dormercore/?
all trilogies are trash
>prove me wrong
why cant /tv/ be more contrarian?
why cant we discuss only the art of TRUE kino like pic related?
how can you even be above the age of 14 and still find entertainment in these autistic capeshit flicks that flood this board?
Are there any shows similar to a The Might boosh? I really enjoy the style and the comedy is also refreshing.
>also: favorite characters/ lines/ episodes
How did Kylo Ren not get instantly killed by a bowcaster shot? It's clearly one of more powerful blasters in Star Wars.
Is he a bad actor, or was he simply given a bad script?
>implying this wasn't one of the greatest performances of our generation
Crashing this thread