UNSCHEDULED OFFWORLD ACTIVATION!
What does everyone think of The Ark of Truth? Despite it being heavily flawed (Replicators? Really?) I enjoyed it well enough. Continuum was a better film, though
Just watched this. Did I enjoy it?
Whats some essential JUST kino?
might takes this to /trash/ as one anon suggested
Will Zack Snyder be remembered as fondly as Kubrick?
So Is this worth watching?
I know it wasn't great, but what right do you have to complain? They're giving you thousands of hours of entertainment for free, what could they possibly owe you? If anything, you owe them!
>Simpsons writers so butthurt from usenet reviews they wrote this line in
Of course today thanks to the easy manipulation of social media writers can avoid having to read any negative criticism and just hear mindless adulation while using the internet for marketing purposes.
how can they end the simpsons at this point? anything they'd try wouldnt satisfy the fans and its impossible to tie up so many charcters and loose ends in 20 minutes. Maybe the simpsons should just go on forever, like sesame street
ITT: Movies that just weren't fun
Editing really is what killed the movie. If it had more establishing shots, it would've been more well received. It just felt lazy and rushed because of how poorly edited it was.
Also Jesse Eisenberg was fucking horrible, he ruined every scene he was in. Besides that the movie wasn't horrible.
Do you hate this guy or feel bad for him?
The real villain of the mummy
which of his movies are good?
Whats /tv/ opinion on this movie?
all memes aside its not really worth it for even laughs. Its really really fucking boring. Like a really drawn out metal gear solid exposition scene broken up by 2 or 3 extremely poor shootouts
ITT: Characters that did literally everything right
>Future Marty is supposed to be a loser, even though he was employed, had a family, and his own house.
I don't get it. Was being average looked down upon in the 80s?
>Was being average looked down upon in the 80s?
Yes, yes, yes. Exactly this. That's what made the 80s so great, "average" wasn't enough everyone strove to be the BEST. Competition breeds superiority.