I have high hopes that rogue one will be a good step in the right direction for the starwars spin off movies
This is going to make a ton of money because you neckbeards turned it into such an issue. Controversy sells. It's why Passion of the Christ, Brokeback Mountain, and Fahrenheit 9/11 made so much $$$$
He's citing movies from a while back, what makes him seem 18. It's what I think too. It's all teh 25 and under that are rolling so hard about this movie to make it make cash.
You see the same publicity and post spamming for Bryan's new movie?
>HUR HE DRINKS COFFEE. JUST LIKE ME!!
How come Americans can only relate to a character if they do the exact same things they do?
>its a Truman wipes his ass instead of using a bidet and then has his wife give him a rimjob episode
>watch forrest gump as a kid
>I love this movie he lived a really interesting life
>watch forrest gump now
>it's about how women can do drugs, have sex with numerous guys eventually get AIDS, die and leave their son to be raised by another man
don't they share some mannerisms?
they both tilt their head the same way while watching tv.
>Funniest actors working today
>Only one actually gets work in Hollywood as le funny fat girl
>The other gets work on tv as le funny fat jungle go-rilla
What went wrong?
okay I'll bite.
Madoff took his "I'm always right, everyone else is inferior to me" persona way too seriously and got his panties in a bunch, then acted like a child on a playground and pulled the plug on the show
What kind of stuff do you think Captain America looks up on the Internet?
how to get out of the closet and remove the dirty tatoo that I have so that people will stop thinking that I am pure white trash
When Proposition Joe is telling Stringer Bell to keep a low profile thunder rolls and STringer Bell pulls out an umbrella. Prop Joe does not. This is because Prop Joe understands that putting up an umbrella attracts lightening, and he does not attract attention. Stringer doesn't think twice about opening his. Is this because he prefers comfort over a low profile, is it foreshadowing that he will make himself and/or the Barksdale organization more visible, or am I reading too much into it?
Also, general The Wire thread.
High Sparrow BTFO edition
>critics are eating it up
I'm one of the people who called this while everyone was like “lol they're gonna tear it a new one“, you owe me /tv/
>everyone was like “lol they're gonna tear it a new one“
I thought they were all "critcs aren't allowed to badmouth feminist movies", which is also being proven wrong as a lot of the reviews are reasonably critical.
Basically both groups of /tv/s shitposters are wrong, the ones who said it would be a critical flop and the ones who said the Matriarchy would force it to have good reviews.
past thread: >>71858717
No links to live feeds, they all get taken down and it's like $6 or some shit anyway
HoH (Head of Household): Bridgette
its late cbs is asleep, sign up your email, do not cry
What the fuck happened to him?
He was the biggest star for a decade and then all of a sudden he's doing skits on late night talk shows and acting in low budget films.
He was Harry fucking Potter for over a decade, and they milked the ass out of that shit. Basically he's known for one role which he happened to play over the course of many years, and that's all he's remembered for.
Plus you gotta consider that Harry Potter probably made him so ridiculously stupidly rich that he can basically do whatever he wants, which is why he does stage acting and shitty indies now.
What's that one movie you rewatch at least once a year, /tv/?
Mine's Fellowship. It's just too comfy.
My mom and I watch the whole Indiana Jones trilogy in early spring.
My uncle's all watch Saving Private Ryan and recently added Fury
My mom and sister marathon the Harry Potter movies around late fall.
Movies where the protagonist dies at/towards the end of the movie?
I really can't think of any, pls halp