Comcast buys DreamWorks Animation in $3.8 billion deal
Have I got something on my face?
So I've watch some of the early seasons of the Simpsons, but didn't watch the latest ones. What I know however is that apparently the series became terrible. Can one of you generous anons tell me why?
What does /tv/ think of this?
Which TV show had the worst final season?
What the fuck was this? I thought it was gonna be a crime thriller or something.
>You are probably going to be a very successful computer person. But you're going to go through life thinking that girls don't like you because you're a nerd. And I want you to know, from the bottom of my heart, that that won't be true.
>It'll be because you're an asshole.
does /tv/ think peep show is patrician?
> this film confused me and so I dance to my mother's boyfriend's laptop to express my vexation before my internet brethren, surely one will share my debilitated intellectual response and perhaps even create a meme!
but fun !
but strange !
and fun !
>Go to the new gimmick cinema
>my friend refuses to pay the boat rental and brings his own kayak
>Someone clearly got drunk earlier and capsizes 3 boats before falling into the pool
>Turns out he came alone and no one bothered to help him since his body was left for the ushers to clear
Last time I go to a gimmick cinema
>tfw the tiger eats your date during the trailers and everyone thinks you're alone for the rest of the movie
>tfw my local cinema is starting to do this
>sitting on a fucking kayak for 2 hours
my ass and back still hurt three days later
VIEWING PARTY THREADS:
>Anon sets up a livestream to his TV/screen and puts the link in the thread, a running thread much like game threads on /sp/
>/film/ people comment on the thread and discuss parts of the film while people watch it, context in which the film was made, call out shitty acting, good acting, plot holes, pointing out details that others may have missed (e.g. a background prop's symbolism in 'The Shining', or the theme of water vs. land in 'The Master')
I don't know what it's like now moot is gone but whenever we tried to watch a non-live event on /sp/ the mods would delete the thread and start banning people because of moot's autistic hatred of streams.
We do this all the time for cool stuff.
Everytime we have a live thread for something someone post the stream link in the thread so it stays up , you only get in trouble when it's in the OP.
I literally just streamed that new louis theroux doc like a few days ago for /tv/
>inb4 capeshit autists shitpost all over the thread
This would be a solid /film/ board concept. gamethreads are huge on /sp/, chimpout/happening/trial threads are huge on /pol/, and /film/ would be just as great but with more compelling content. This would be fucking epic
>last scene of the series
>"Don't Stop Believing" starts playing
>funny scene is on the screen
>be the only one in the theatre who laughs
>here's me looking at you, plebs
>end of episode
>a bunch of names are shown in rapid succession
I'm asking because I'm going to see Captain America: Civil War opening day alone and I'm kinda nervous
I watched bad boys 2 on my own the only time ever in movies alone.
it was during daytime only maybe 10-12 folk in the cinema.
I sparked a massive doobie right at the beginning it was great fun.
smoking weed in the movie theater on my own is based.
Watched zootopia twice, and the jungle book all alone, just go, they wont judge, i mean im in Australia so the cinema culture is totally different but im sure its not that much of a problem.
Cartoon kino thread?
I'm surprised how enjoyable this is.
I love the songs