Well that sucked. I thought you guys said this was good?
What are /tv/'s favourite comedy series?
I need something to distract me from the crushing emptiness
>HOW LOW CAN IT GO!!!!????
What's the best space show?
>your favorite movie?
>your favorite movie when a cute girl asks?
Are you a fan of capeshit? Do you see every capeshit movie that comes out?
I outgrew capeshit years ago. Have the first 3 xmen and spiderman movies on DVD. Last capeshits I saw were the first Avengers movie, the first captain america movie, and the first Thor movie, and I only watched those on tv because I had people over that wanted to watch them. I have zero interest in any of these movies, I grew up reading comics and watching all the cartoons and stuff, I have zero desire to see stories that I've already seen 100 times before.
I'm on Season 3. It's okay so far.
What a fucking surprise
Why most of the cast are British ?
I-is she overrated now? :(
Emperor, I'm freeman.....
Sorry you don't get to bring Sardaukar
>Paul's wife threatens to cuck
>Paul:KEK ME ALL YOU WANT
>I'm literally not making this up.
God the books dive after the first one.
hey bros, just catched Truman Show for the first time and I gotta say, how come none of you fags told me this shit was kino. Any other lesser known jim carey kino out there?
ITT: Actors that make you instantly drop a film
Is it me or is this movie unintentionally depressing?
I see it as a tragedy of a boy who takes that shitty "live in the moment, bro" philosophy too close to heart and then ends up being an aimless pothead.
I guess the movie tried to give him something by making him a photographer, but he shows very little ambition towards that craft.
I would love to see a Boyhood movie where the kid grows up to be a hard-working and influential scientist or writer. Instead he's on the way to lamenting his unlived life as an old man, if he even lives to be old.
Suzanne got so fucking butthurt that Karl would start pulling some tail on the side now so she told him she hates it.
Its hard to listen to those later episodes where Ricky Gervais is baiting a regular non celebrity into stating his opinions and then laughing at him. He's just a normal guy, of course he's going to think differently than a philosophy major who can't even articulate the points he tries to make
To whomever posted those "early XFM years" podcasts from 1998, thank you
>it's a "let's find a blind date for the google-eyed freak" episode
>It's a "Ricky calls his mum and makes her curse" episode
And how to forget
>"Tip the scale" family game