hey guys rec me a fun movie to watch tonight
Double Team, if this movie doesn't put a smile on your face you're a faggot.
>when you google brendan fraser and go to images, the JUST pictures and memes we have created are within the first few rows
what the fuck have we done?
If they ever made a movie about him, who would you cast as Shaka Zulu?
Lance Reddick, because he resembles the actor they had for Shaka Zulu in the television series.
Alternatively for kicks, get an actress to portray him because muh soggy knee muh equality muh representations
>that brutal cake scene
how the fuck is this a kids movie
How much better would GotG have been if Glenn Howerton was cast as Starlord?
I thought he was really good
What the fuck happened in American Psycho?
Did Bateman imagine killing everyone, or did he imagine killing everyone but Allen; who he had a hate great enough for to imagine the whole ordeal in clarity. Or did his lawyer just mistake the person he had lunch with for Allen?
I know I'm a flifty newfag, but I need theories.
>rewatching a movie that you thought was average from your childhood and suddenly realizing how fucking amazing it is
What's her name, /tv/?
I love Idris Elba but why was this necessary?
Why do they have to blackwash Roland Deschain? He is so specifically depicted in the books as a white man that his color becomes a major plot point in The Drawing of Three.
They/they'll probably rewrite that aspect to where the woman is a white racist, if they include it at all. So it'll work itself out. It think that's kind of shitty, but they change stuff in adaptations all the time, its not that weird.
I think he'll do a fine job.
Ten episodes in.
Does it ever stop being a monster-of-the-week format and turn into an overarching story? The meetings with Deep Throat have tapered off, sharply.
Does Scully ever quit shooting down every single one of Mulder's theories with her anti-skepticism or is she an unbeliever the whole time? If so, I might have to drop it. There have already been multiple times where the only explanation is the existence of otherworldly forces and a unchanging protagonist is boring af.
So far, it's a good show but it's so frustrating being "in...
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Youll enjoy as the show goes on. Just keep watching. Although it wont work if you watch them one episode every sitting, you need 3 at least. Also some episodes you can skip but check on the wiki if they are related to the seasons plot or just a monster of the week. Scully mellows out.
Oh yeah I am enjoying it. I'm just predicting that I'll get tired of the dynamic if it never changes for 9 seasons, 20+ eps each. But I literally just finished the one where Deep Throat stops the bureau from firing him for going against orders and it pulled me right back in.
There's a story that develops into as big a formula as the monster of the week stuff. It's enjoyable, but never really satisfying
I got midway through the third season and put it on hold for other shows. The constant formulaics, subpar monster of the weeks and lack of any resolutions started to wear me down. Plus Clyde Bruckman was just so fucking good that everything else looked bad by comparison. I'll pick it back up eventually
looks like total shit
Gilgun as Cassidy feels spot on, and earned after playing great minor roles for a decade or so now, that shot in that first trailer of him giving the stank eye to the guy in the plane fight (which is a big flaming moment in the comics) was great, other than that I feel Jews are going to ruin this.
What the fuck is his problem?
What was the best part?
i'm sorry ..but i have a copy that chronologically remasters the two movies together ( under coppolla's oversight )
but this one is the most important and most telling
not sure if 1 or 2 ..but really not relevant
Was this building literally made out of lighter fluid?
I don't know about the rest of you, but GoT died when Stannis died, not because I loved the guy, but it symbolized the final death of an already dying show.