Is there a movie where nazi's are the good guys? if I become filthy reach at some point of my life, I will fund one
it should just be called Frances because i didnt laugh one fucking time
>ITT: "oh... yeah... i forgot that existed."
> it's a Paulie has visions of the Virgin Mary episode
Just saw CW, ask me anything and I will try to respond as unbias as possible.
Give me some good horror movies to watch. Just saw House of the Devil and loved it.
Broke all the horror movie cliches.
couldnt make it up
Do these people realize they are talking about superhero movies, right?
you have 10 seconds to explain why this isnt the most influential film of the French New Wave.
>yet another meme director
You fuckers are literally on the same level of open mindedness to kino as Michael bay fans.
Boy oh boy I can't wait to watch the newest batch of VHS I just got!
Why aren't there more episodes, this show is above and beyond entertaining and introduces some real concepts of the future that we may be lucky (or unlucky) enough to live in within our lifetime.
Whats next for his career?
I'd like to see him become a goth dj, touring with nin, and maybe start a foundation...
So this movie is getting pretty good reviews from most critics while others are saying it's an unnecessarily long sketch that drags an unfunny joke.
Does /tv/ even like Key and Peele?
sometimes a little spoon feeding isn't a bad thing...
like seriously how are we supposed to interpret the ending ?
ITT: GOAT sitcom characters
I don't really find Kramer that funny. If someone tell me that Kramer is their favorite Seinfeld character it's a Plebeian red flag.
He is all physical comedy and the humor that doesn't rely on him spazzing up and twitching grotesquely instead tides from some sort of never-explained long-running inside joke about Kramer that no one really bothers to explain yet everyone is in on.
He's basically the source of his own humor. His persona is his punchline, and the punchline is his persona, and in the end you don't have much substance besides...
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