Has it failed before it even got a chance?
Course it has.
All the presenters have no documentary credentials, or personality. They have no motoring credentials, apart from Chris collects Ferrari's that he never drives. To top it all off they hired a fucking actor as a main presenter, if that wasn't enough of a hint that all the stuff they do is made up bullshit.
With the upcoming WCU, what movies do you want to see be made?`
Personally I want
>WC1 & WC2 trilogy
>War of the Ancients trilogy
>Rise of the Horde movie or animated series
>Troll Wars movie or animated series
>Defias Brotherhood series
Curse of the Worgen would make for an easy tv show, since it's just a humans with a few dogs here and there
Just take a few Gilneas props from the Wc2 set and pay the guy playing Genn Greymane to make a cameo once a season
Name a funnier movie.
protip: you cant
After going to Thailand before seeing the second one, I found it really funny. The Bangkunt Chardonnay room was hilarious, especially since I fucked a ladyboy whilst I was there and it fucked me.
WHERE WERE MY QUIPS REEEEEEE
>Stand down! If I wanted to, you'd be dead already!
That's not a quip?
Can you name some good movies that include/about trainwreck?Amy Schumer fucks up my google search
What about trying to prevent a trainwreck?
Which again begs the question, why are grown-up paid industry """"professionals"""" such little children during movie screenings?
What did he mean by this?
So now that's confirmed Luke tapped into the dark side, what does /tv/ think will happen? Will Rian do justice to the new Star Wars movies?
>net worth: 145 million dollars
ITT: Fuck you, I liked it
Looks like they turned off the comments and upvotes
OY VEY SHUT IT DOWN, THE PLAN HAS BAACK FIYAH'D
The author of the book it's based on is exactly as an intense SJW as you'd expect. I know her IRL but only communicate with her when I absolutely have to (ie: same room because of mutual acquaintances or events where we both show up).
Who does /tv/ think is the better reviewer and why?
Was it really that bad?
It had a lot of potential that war unfortunately wasted, especially how Jar Jar was supposed to be a Sith Lord until George pussied out. Probably the best parts would be all the scenes on Tatooine, the pod race, and the final duel with Darth Maul (Who shouldn't have been killed off so early IMO). The terrible dialogue and overly complicated story dragged it down, unfortunately.
It's still better than TFA, although that's not saying much.
what does /tv/ think of this magnificent turd?
Except for the awful hazmat-with-neon-green-visor Sardaukar and wingless ornithopters, the adaptation is actually god-tier,very faithful to the books and has an unique atmosphere. Then, my name has become a weapon and they condense the last third of the book into ten minutes, half of which is spent on firing a Minigun while riding a sandworm, and while that is pretty metal, is still a shit idea.
The Alan Smithee cut and fanedits are an interesting sidestep, but the movie died when Lynch was denied the six-hour cut.
What went wrong?