How in the fuck did Drago lose?
What's the best superhero movie?
You’re in a desert walking along in the sand when all of the sudden you look down, and you see a tortoise, crawling toward you. You reach down, you flip the tortoise over on its back. The tortoise lays on its back, its belly baking in the hot sun, beating its legs trying to turn itself over, but it can’t, not without your help. But you’re not helping. Why is that?
Why aren't you helping the turtle /tv/?
Harrison Ford Episode VII salary
$14 million plus a percentage from
Daisy Ridley Episode VII salary
$200,000-300,000 +prop lightsaber
based DISNEY reyfags completely BTFO
It's her first movie. Not bad for a starting wage.
Also guaranteed to be in 3 movies.
Plus she's supposed to be the new Lara Croft. She will command a bigger fee for that now too.
Why isn't Mike grateful for what he has?
Why is he depressed he didn't achieve more?
Because he clearly wanted to get into modern cinema much like Bauman and failed spectacularly at it.
Now they settle for lamenting about VHS tapes from a previous age they grew up with, poking their own brand of opinion bolstered by their education at Hollywood and scam lonely YouTube viewers out of their money to fund projects they hope would get them noticed by luckless sychophants like Max Landis.
Is "Scott Tenorman Must Die" objectively the best South Park Episode? Will they ever top it?
>gf goes out with co workers for drinks after work
>sends me this picture
FUCK YOU /TV
Who here misses the 90s?
We had the best movies, the best tv shows, the best music.
90s were the best.
I'm going to kill myself tomorrow
>tfw seth rogan ruins your career by introducing you to weed
Anyone download it? The original link isn't working anymore.
>It's a Bill episode
>Flawless performance out of whoever this little kid is
>Scary ass monkey
>catchy as fuck classic Jungle Book tunes seamlessly integrated without any clash of tones
Y'all got any more of that airport scene?
What's ya opinion on this guy /tv/, a genius or an overrated hack? Don't have much to contribute but would love to get a discussion going.
Decent at doing voices. Really thought a lot of himself and his "high art" of playing elaborate pranks and mind games. I think he was hiding a lack of talent with the antics.
What I don't get is why guys like Tony Danza say he was a pain to work with, and then later act like they were in on it and thought it was funny.