ITT: Movies with no substance beyond visual viscera
Who else /disappointed/ by this season finale?
>Tomboy, a Revenger's Tale (2017)
>Following an ace assassin who is double crossed by gangsters and falls into the hands of rogue surgeon known as The Doctor who turns him into a woman. The hitman now a hitwoman sets out for revenge, aided by a nurse named Johnnie who also has secrets
Will trapkino be the next big thing?
Its Steven Seagal's birthday. Whats his best movie and why is it out for justice
It's pretty amazing that even after almost 40 years, the original Stormtrooper design still looks great on-screen.
Is he the only HP actor that made it out? Emma Watson doesn't do shit nowadays and Ron is fucking forgotten
>movies with promising ideas but terrible execution general
Not exactly bad execution, but holy fuck did it fall flat. Spoiles incoming.
>builds tension the whole fucking movie
>small panic attacks and depression
>holy shit this movie might actually make a point about depression and how it changes your view on the world
>there might be a gut wrenching scene where all the truths spill out and the ex-wife breaks down because they fucking lost a kid for no reason (kek: rekt at birthday by another kid A++ writing)
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fuck me I forgot to post the picture
it's The Invitation
Is Silicon Valley the new The Big Bang Theory?
The elaborate dick joke was an instant classic in television history. 5/5
>"He's so autistic he couldn't even maintain eye contact with the camera!"
>That awkward scene where they directed the sports arena TV at the main character's face.
Soo awkward and relateable.
Not to mention all the hilarious weed jokes.
The Big Band Theory for REAL nerds.
Well I've been looking for a show to binge since my brother's watching the American version of The Office and I want to have something of my own so Silicon Valley it is.
did you cry?
How is it that this movie that just got released has next to no people discussing it? What did you guys think of it? I thought it was very well done. I expected it to just be a generic action movie told from first person. Holy shit was I wrong.
Soderbergh's latest creation is out. The whole season is released on the internet.
Who's going to watch it?
It was turned into a tv show. Elvis' granddaughter is playing the escort now.
How don't they die from hypothermia or pneumonia by walking in the cold water and sleeping onto the snow?
And what grass did the Indian use when sprinkled Glass' wounds?
Post a good moment from The Hobbit trilogy that you actually liked.
Not pic related.
Starts tonight boys. Why no thread?