>Post an image to represent an actor
>Others guess who it is
I have been seeing a bunch of threads about this recently. It's one of the only anime I see talked positively of on /TV/. Is it worth watching? I hear it's short.
I was going to ask /a/ but they are a bunch of faggots and I feel like /tv/ is the only board that knows if a show is objectively good or not
Watch it, OP. it's fantastic
The art of the show is a massive bait and switch. The first few episodes make it seem like generic weeaboo dreck, but it quickly goes fully serious. Think Moral Orel, but anime and action
Why do you miss the 90s so much?
Be honest, you would wear this.
>Dawn of Vidyakino
>Based Duncan Jones
>Realer than real life
> 33% RT, 31% Metacritic
Fucking kek its going to finish lower than that trainwreck BvS at this rate
It makes me laugh, that today at the midnight premiere I will be surrounded by people I might have met online, all grown up and adults now, maybe even bringing along the wife and her son. All of us will get a rush of nostalgia from a childhood well spent.
And here on this meme-board there are people who make jokes about whether or not the film-studio will make a profit, or a loss from this franchise.
Sometimes I really ask myself if this is all satire like on /pol/...
Are you people really this incapable of enjoyment?
> tfw it's been a week you have seen Xmen: Apocalypse and Burgerplebs still can't see it
Oh poor burgers, unable to feel the sweet pain of not being able to tell you liked the movie or not. It will haunt me in my dreams.
Why the hate?
What the fuck?
What are the greatest mistakes that Marvel have made in their cinematic universe?
Pic very related. Every time I think about how good it would have been, it actually cheapens almost all the other movies.
Iron man 3.
Stuck between trying to be serious or being a comedy.
Turned Tonys archenemy into the butt of the movies joke.
Wastes Guy Pierce's talent on a shit villain.
Literally only made a shit load of money because it was riding on the coattails of the Avengers.
What is it about this character that triggers normies and red*itters so much?
Is it the fact that he is punishing the STRONK FEMALE characters like Cersei and Margaery?
Is it the fact that he represents some kind of religious moral authority that is stamping out degeneracy?
Is it the fact that he presents an obstacle to the normies of the show continuously sexing about, collecting wealth, holding parties, and doing normie things?
What's his superpower?
Why is this show so based and why does /tv/ never talk about it?
I have seen one thread on here the entire time I've posted here. And this is now the second I've seen and I had to make it.
>Ywn send correspondence to her and ask her out for coffee and a Victorian show while she gets possessed by spirits and visions and has to leave and you will never be together because of it forcing you to kill yourself
Why was the March Hare so important to the Aztecs?
What are /tv/s thoughts on Charlie Brooker?