What does /tv/ think of inglorious bastards?
ITT: Embarrassing cringe real videos or interviews of celebrities
I'll start, @1.20 the main actor from boyhood gets ignored and snubbed by the cast, all except for based Ethan Hawke who embraces him.
Unbiased opinions please, is vikings worth watching ?
from and outsiders point of view it looks very meh, is it just real viking shit with people getting fucked up and good story or is it mythical bullshit too ?
Well the main character is semi-mythological, so it's automatically not a documentary. First 2 seasons have alot of just general Vikings fucking shit up and hijinks, and the 3rd and current seasons have been more about character's personal arcs and a bit more mysticism.
1st season is hit-or-miss for some as the plot is quite simple, but season 2 is a winner and delivers feels right off the bat.
>And of course, pic related...
So who is going to be the villain in Ben Affleck's Batman movie?
If it's a prequel to BvS, then it will tell the story of how Robin was killed by the Joker which caused Bruce to kill ballistic and kill all Joker's henchmen and the Wayne Manor being burnt to the ground.
What are some movies where the hero kills women?
What's your favoriite show currently airing?
Just binged season 2 and almost had a heart attack. Really, really enjoyed this series. What did /tv/ think of it? Are you guys excited or hesitant for season 3? Maybe both, maybe neither? How do you think they'll continue the story? What do you think they should do with it?
I love how it actually explores the grief and shortcomings of the characters in a caring, beautiful way. I hated a lot of the characters in moments but for the most part didn't hate any of them, which is surprising since I get pissed...
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I watched it when it aired, so I can't exactly remember everything, but I didn't like the B-line murder. It felt like it didn't fit.
I didn't like Charlotte Rampling in the old lawyer role. The black lawyer was awful. I didn't like the ending, especially because I felt the show should have been rebooted every season.
S1 was great. At least s2 had Tennant and it was beautifully shot.
Also, watch Top of the Lake. Similar kind of thing.
Name one good female director
>Do you know why canyons in the 80's had so many Pirate Zombies in them?
If everything fails, Zack Snyder should direct Dr. Doom's magikino
>Mads as Doom
>Matthew as Richards (cameo of some sort)
Is this any good?
Anyone else very dissapointed by this movie? I like Affleck as an actor, and he was an okay batman at best, but the plot was absolutely terrible. All I could think of when the movie ended was; This would be an entirely different movie if Clark's mother wasn't called Martha
Funny because 300 and Watchmen are Snyder's most reddit movies. True Cinephiles do know that BvS is his best movie and one of the best movies of the decade period. Meme blog critics opinions are worthless, they are shills to the hotpocket trendy culture.