>italian gangster movie
>there's a guy named paulie
You're a moron with low IQ if you didn't like this movie and didn't go back to see it at least 5 more times in theaters to study it's magnificence.
I did exactly that.
Now, after first contact with kino is over, I'm refraining from watching the rips online and waiting patiently for the Ultimate Cut.
There are few things comparable to the pleasure of uncovering this film's secrets.
How can Marvel even compete?
Time to unsubscribe from Netflix I guess.
>implying kimmy schmidt
>implying Grace and Frankie is bad
Is there ever going to be a full length documentary about the Black Isrealities?
They seem like the westboro church of Judaism.
Know the difference or GTFO
Thoughts on Neighbors 2: Waifus Rising
Now that the City of Light plotline is hopefully gone for good now. Where do you think the next group of survivors should come from? Under the sea? Another Mt. Weather type bunker?
Ideas on how they are going to solve the nulcear plant meltdowns? Some form of macguffin to clean the radiation perhaps? Moving to or building an underground city?
Preview of a scene that will happen next year:
>Octavia: (sobbing) Clarke, you don't understand. Lincoln was the only man I'll ever love.
>Clarke: We've all lost someone, Octavia. Besides, you don't have to love a man.
>Clarke proceeds to shove her massive tiddies in Octavia's face
The nuclear plant meltdowns feels either like a bluff or if it is real then it's a huge plot point. Why wouldn't ALIE lead with this? Also why didn't the conversation even touch the subject if it was a possible bluff or not. So I guess it means it's real, leaving the last episode on a cliffhanger with no real outcome or aftermath taking place.
Go ahead, let's hear your best pitch.
Thinking of watching Spartacus. How many episodes does it take to get good?
Films taking place in remote settings, with emphasis on atmosphere and cinematography.
Any genre, but horror/adventure tend to be the staple.
>starts off as a staid CBS procedural
>turns into Neuromancer with lesbians
Sorry show. I should have paid more attention to you when it mattered.
>searching for a big ass TV to buy
>hey, why not buy a projector instead
Less expensive, but there is some faggotry with the lamp having to be replaced by the price of a new one every 3000 hours of use but it is kinda cheaper apparently considering that a big ass TV would cost double of it. Assuming that I watch TV 3 hours a day, it will take 3 years until I need to replace it.
What does /tv/ thinks of projectors?
I have one that does 3D and is 1080p. Was only $500 Works great, big screen. Use it when I'm feeling cinematic.
Haven't needed to replace the bulb yet. Not even close and I've had it for a couple years.
What are some films from the past handful of years that you liked but don't get too much attention?
It was good.
Boring and pretentious. A parody of genre movies nobody buy Clooney gives a fuck about. Seeing it in the theatre, all I could think when it was over was how the fuck did this get a wide release.
Ayn Rand was on welfare when she died.
>Ayn Rand was on welfare when she died.
Israel actually has a serious problem with welfare today. Multi millionaire orthodox Jews on welfare is eating into the state budget big time
isn't it a little suspicious he's supposedly the head of an order of knights, but we never see any of the other knights, nor do we see him communicate with any of them? You'd think the head of a knight order would spend some time leading the order
Who are the other knights? do they even exist?
what was /tv/s reaction to protagonists when the movie came out?
Finn was actually pretty good. He was an interesting character trying to overcome a lot of shit. I'm curious where his story is going to go.
Rey was way too much of a Mary Sue. They need to tone that down or corrupt her with power.