Is this the best trilogy ever made?
>finish watching a series/season finale
>feel like shit/dying/being eaten inside by nanomachines
>motivation has ceased to exist as a concept
>everything is shit
>legit feel like shit for the first time in over 8 years
>inspiration became a lie
>hope is just a fucking advert by now
>don't want to eat or drink or shit or...
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Why do women not get this movie?
He was weak, lazy, unproductive and generally a low achiever and fuck up. How was this influenced by his parenting and what fuelled his depression? Was Tony neglecting or overly controlling?
Why didn't he just marry Sibylla and take control of the army?
It's an intelligent move by the writers.
He's actually a homosexual. Gay people were unable to be open about themselves in that area, around that time. His faith was way to disguise it.
Any intersting seafarer movies?
What are some essential "wasting your life" movies?
i want to not feel so alone
I think this one is severely underrated.
If you like japanese and/or gangster movies this is the best
Why the fuck is this supposed to be a masterpiece again? Literally nothing fucking happens, Brando is an overrated fuck, and Pacino can't act for shut.
Who is the most useless MCU character?
I think she is hot.
American adaption when?
Was this in the books?
Are there any movies blatantly criticizing the Jewish religion?
>inb4 /pol/tards shit up the thread
This guy made a masterpiece at the age of 25. What's your excuse /tv/?
>Hey Gimli I know your cousin awoke a Balrog and probably got killed along with thousands of your people
>But I won't tell you or even give you a warning before entering an underground city filled with their decaying bodies
Why was Gandalf so based?
> I didn't think it would end this way.
>End? No, the journey doesn't end here. Death is just another path, one that we all must take. The grey rain-curtain of this world rolls back, and all turns to silver glass, and then you see it.
He didn't know about the Balrog in the book and didn't know for sure that the dwarves had been wiped out, only that contact had been lost with them. There's a reason he didn't want to go down there.