>Batman v Superman released to public
>its bad but not awful
>alright wont do for millennial retards who need cucks like john oliver to shove everything right in their face as 'RIGHT' or 'WRONG'
>retard news corps run by retard old people start to see the young retard memes, roll with it
>headlines start to appear
>'IS BATMAN V SUPERMAN THE WORST FILM EVER MADE?'
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>It's another "millennnial whines about millennials" episode
What's next for her career?
hesus christ Favreau, it's just a grilled cheese.
What's your favourite movie directed by a woman, and what are some movies which prove women can be great directors too?
It was a toss up between this and Lost in Translation for me. Both fantastic but American Psycho tips the scales very slightly.
Sophia Coppola is a fine director even though I don't particularly like any of her work.
not a director, but i was super surprised to learn that Hot Rod was written by a woman because it's probably my favorite post 2000 Hollywood comedy.
I dare you to find a greater B subplot in all of television than Bill getting attacked by a falcon.
What was his fucking problem?
Thoughts on Paul Greengrass and the shaky cam tactic?
I personally think it's cancer.
Agreed. That doesn't mean the movies themselves are bad, just the action scenes. The final chase in Bourne Supremacy is damn near unwatchable. But I'd like to think he's toned it down a little bit.
Why is Marvel so much better than DC?
It used to be the other way around.
Vince was going to kek Marsellus
>Implying SJW reviews will make a difference
The trailer was so universally panned by the Internet the public couldn't care less if it got a 75% on RT
The only people that will end up seeing it are feminists and nu males
>The trailer was so universally panned by the Internet the public couldn't care less if it got a 75% on RT
Honestly, most of us were expecting the rotten tomatoes PC faggots to give this a 100%
post >yfw this scene
It was honestly pretty mediocre, and it was hard to care about what was happening. The entire season felt like a big step down in quality, honestly. Aside from hold the door - which was a pretty poorly executed action sequence - I didn't really care very much about anything that happened this season.
>it's a Peggy episode
Any Military movies?
No matter which army or time period
Are they right, /tv/?
Maybe old franchises should have a new feminine look to them. It's only fair
Social media was a mistake.
all the links that are against this flick i've seen posted here and with comments clearly from people here it seems to be kids mate
i don't think any of them would be able to have facial hair
i mean unless /pol/ and armond white were actually right and there is a huge generation of man children