Did you rike it?
What is some essential heistkino other than Heat?
>DUDE The Mongols used to train eagles to hunt wolves
>Put that on Jamie
>You see this??
>This is insane!
>THIS IS INSANE
>*spills Caveman Coffee on laptop*
Why do you still like this faggot /tv/?
ITT: Find a better comedy
Protip: You fucking can't
The show's blowjob contest was so rigged. The girls had three minutes to successfully get a guy off, and there were three rounds. The points doubled each round, so it went, 25, 50 and then 100 points.
The men won the first two rounds for a total of 75 points, but the girls won only round three and took the whole event. What the hell is going on?
>actually watching this trash
I thought it might be vaguely funny, but it was just painful to watch and I didn't even make the 10 minute mark.
Honestly, all the contests will probably be heavily weighted against the guys, as having a male winner would be the worst situation imaginable. Aside from a few distinctive names like Ron Jeremy and Peter North, nobody has any fucking clue who any of the men in the industry are.
>Sweet Dream Are Made of These starts playing
>mfw this once again the only good scene from the movie
What is the best Pixar movie?
My pick is either Incredibles or WALL-E
most overrated: Ratatouille
ITT: Movies that are only great the first time you watch them
>Congratulations. You made it in. You're a narc. Now can you please stop pointing that gun before you give my girl a heart attack?
Did he really think that would work?
What's the best Star Wars viewing order?
I major in film at college and I also studied a bit about the business of film. I'm no expert, but from its history I have a hypothesis of why this film failed both in the financial and critical departments.
Simply put, DC and Warner Brothers gambled too much with a director who doesn't know how to make a good story. If you look at his history, Snyder is definitely more competent in making imagery look great than telling an actual story. So as a result, DC probably made the wrong choice for director when they pumped in 400 million into this thing total including...
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Marvel and Fox may not be perfect, but with their biggest successes they at least knew they already had things great to run off from like Iron Man and The Avengers for Marvel when making Civil War, and the longing for a Deadpool film and Days of Future Past when making Deadpool. DC gambled 400m on a film that is a sequel to another film that wasn't even well-received when it came out in 2013 and got in a person who should be a visual director at the very most to lead this whole thing. Marvel and Fox knew better the hindsight of what if these movies failed, and strangely enough, this means while Deadpool grossed less it is still the more profitable film for Batman v Superman, and Civil War is probably going to be more successful than the film already. Came back here after hearing Zack Snyder is apparently going to be put in charge of directing Justice League despite everything else. I wonder at this point if DC can understand what they are doing wrong...
Some comic book series are better than others, but Zack Snyder was presented with an opportunity to adapt one of the best Batman graphic novels and overall stories ever made and he fucked up big.
I don't even think he read the thing from just watching the film. All that's in there is from TDKR as I recall is the mechsuit and the fact Batman and Superman fight each other. It's like he carved out the actually interesting reason why the two fought and replaced it with his own shitty fanfiction.
>character makes himself a bowl of cereal
>he pours WAY to little milk
The only reason I'll ever going to watch the movie. I buy every scene she's in.