Was this really based on real facts?
who is the bigger guy for you?
what I want to know is why is a mexican playing an asian and an asian playing a black guy? I get the "diversity" argument and don't care anymore but the cast was already diversified
Civil War's Spider-Man is a Mary Sue. Prove me wrong.
Also, the Nigerian Kang will make Cap a new shield, right? Someone explicitly asked him if his Black Panther suit was made of vibranium, indicating that he has access to it.
it should be obvious to the biggest retard when in the end Steve rescued the others in his normal clothes that he did not only put away the shield but also his persona as Cap
>"Lori is in, and because of that, I am out"
Have you ever drank a glass of black rhinoceros blood? Of course not, I was just being colloquial to start this story with an anecdote. The first time I had a glass I was in South Africa, taking a celebratory drink in Johannesburg after completing a successful hunt. You see, in South Africa they don't hunt lion, or elephant. We hunted a more dangerous game: the kaffir, or black man. I finally had a 7 year old boy cornered in an Oingo Bongo merchandise warehouse when the thoughts passed through my mind: Should I pull the trigger? Can I ever come back to who I was before...
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Why do people like this show so much (especially redditors?). I've watched a bit but never saw anything special.
It all seemed to be "lol xD so random"
Because the concepts are interesting.
The episode where Rick dates a hive mind is so well written. As is pretty much every episode in season 2.
The only reason people here don't like it is because it's not disciplined. It doesn't ever stick with a consistent tone, it's full of meme-tier jokes and people reference it to oblivion. They're not wrong, it is shitty, but in all honesty, Rick and Morty is a really, really, really good show.
Is there any show as comfy as this?
Seriously, I just can't find a show I enjoy as much as I enjoyed Hannibal. It was perfect.
So what is the best Arnold movie?
>has 4 hours of material about how fucked up marriage is
you can't explain that
>Together we can overthrow an empire
How come this line makes more sense than 'break the wheel'?
Why is this allowed? It's pretty suggestive shit.
The writers really missed a opportunity here
>get to the brown pants scene
>"This guy has the right id- *BANG BANG BANG"
>Deadpool turns to face the audience
>"What? Oh, you guys heard it already."
You mean you've never had a pint of bitter with a Bailey's and gin and tonic chaser? You big girls' bras!
Why do people insist that it's unfilmable? Literally nothing beyond the scope of pretty standard CGI happens in it.