What did he mean by this?
Is he alive or undead? Is he unkillable?
Movies plebs and patricians alike enjoy, but normies hate
Don't you have something to say to me you meme loving fucks?
What a fucking hack.
>it's a Nia episode
Any europoors excited to see him? He came through my city last year and I regret not skipping work to go.
Remember when /film/ was a thing
Why did he kill all the younglings?
It was really weird from a character development standpoint, it would have made much more sense for him to hesitate or simply take them prisoner, then have Palpatine order him to execute them or something. The way the movie presents it, he goes from "I'm not the Jedi I should be" to "ok, time to murder every single Jedi, even the children" in about 3 days.
Why is captain America such a pussy
Is this the worst tv show ever?
it's pretty hit and miss in terms of the sketches imo. all the commercial/infomercial parodies are ace, as well as the awkward "i'm totally out of my depth" type-characters (like brule, and the universe shorts) but the gross-out humor and ~wacky stuff is garbage.
on cinema is really great, though.
>tfw they will never make something like this ever again
I won't tolerate vigilante justice.
Just watched this and it was some of the worst stand up comedy I've seen in months.
Are there any decent female comedians?
Hard mode: no Maria Bamford
Which films have made you cry?
A lot of Bergman films make me cry. I'm not always sure why though. Some of his works are just powerful. After watch Winterlight a few days ago I noticed that my eyes were getting watery. Bergman has a way with words that line up with how I feel. It's impressive for me that intagable thoughts of mine have been described with words and actions.
So, am I the only one that thought Seven of Nine might have been right? The caretaker was an inside job!
I don't get why the non-Maquis crew were so scared and worried about being stranded in deep space. Did they only sign up for weekends?