"fuck you, i liked it" thread
>couldn't decide which storylines to follow
>lazy plot devices
>laughed at how terrible the music was
>sound effects were cheap
>scenes were fake looking
>shower was broken at theater.
>10/10 would meme again
>What kept you Vic?
>You still sore about that 50 bucks?
what did he mean by this?
Does Jackass have a future?
Meli Saves the day edition...
Honestly, I am surprised this hasn't popped up here...
after this, new queen of /tv/ ?
>When you're watching movies at your white friends house and he tells his mom to fuck off
>when your black friend can't hang out because he's waiting for his dad to come back from buying cigarettes even though he left 12 years ago
>when your black friends start jumping around and celebrating when the villain gets killed
So, /tv/? Is the role of the creator to act as a standalone force against the wrath and ignorance of man and bring hope to the masses?
>Is the role of the creator to act as a standalone force against the wrath and ignorance of man and bring hope to the masses?
Not really, that's very subjective. The role of a creator should be, in the most basic level, to create something that pleases and satisfies what he wants. Creations arise from the need to express, and it almost works as a device to get rid of your own frustrations. And besides, it's not like a skilled creator isn't ignorant in other mediums.
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Favorite Simpsons gag, /tv/? Pic related.
BUENAS NOCHES MEIN FUHRER
>Netflix prices goes up
>Available selection to choose is going down
am i being meme'd?
What was his problem?
woops ZOINKS! *trips over feet and spills bag of gummy bears* "ahhh i'm a ditzy klutz!"
>no memorable scenes
>no memorable scores
>most characters are completely flat and interchangeable
>action scenes are all 1 second quick cuts
>cap didn't speak the speech
>cap didn't die
Who here watched it and already have forgotten this piece of shit?
Let's have a civil discussion on this film.
Why did no one complain the heroes on both sides destroyed a foreign airport while quipping to each other, since no one really wanted to kill anyone there, when people were saying heroes should be more responsible?
They demolished towers, planes, millions of property damage...
Why do I have a feeling the Sokovia Accords will never be mentioned again in future Marvel movies and no heroes will be persecuted by the government for acting on their own?
Who was in the wrong here?