X-Files general? X-Files general.
Was the new season good til the end? I got to the episode with the Lizard man and thought it was great. One of my favorite episodes of the whole series.
Then I stopped because I figured it'd go to shit and didn't want my viewing spoiled
>be Lex Luthor
>superman is morally unpredictable and too powerful!!!
>therefore I will create something more powerful and completely irrational to kill him
why are marketing guys allowed to write movie scripts?? Lex's actions make no sense, how would he handle Doomsday after superman dies?
>Girl, you're gona feel a little prick
>its a Steve sings episode
>its a Francine episode
>its a Roger and Klaus work together episode
>better lose that boyfriend before I fist him
Always cracks me up
Do anyone actually like these two?
Written in 1990.
Hey /tv/ what movie do you watch every few months?
did everybody forgot that this is happening already?
It's just, what else is there to say about fucking Ghostbusters 2016? It looks like unfunny, cynical trash by a hack director and we all just want it to come out and fail so we can move on with our lives.
Talking about Ghostbusters 2016 just invites more fodder to feed Sony marketing's misogyny narrative.
>feel bad about batman vs superman being terrible
>go to store looking to buy merchandise
>figure whatever ill buy a cheap mug
>its fucking upside down
This list triggers me. Norm MacDonald at 135, Rob Schneider at 44. You can tell it's young people writing it because most of the 2000's cast makes the top 30.
Which death had more impact on you?
haha i love practical effects, simply based
thanks disney :')
>watch the 1st and half of the 2nd season of The Sopranos
>can't take the shitty characters, doesn't help that there are only 3 good actors.
>literally a prolonged shitty Goodfellas
>decide to stop and watch first episode of Mad Men
>within 3 minutes
>realize this is already so much better than that meme shit Sopranos
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The Sopranos basically paved the way for all the big drama series we have today. It established television as a new contender for telling great stories, and thanks to it we got all the good series we now enjoy across networks, from Six Feet Under to Mad Men to Vikings. (plus a lot of crap ones).
What did he mean by this?
Before we get started...does anyone want to get out?
Why didn't Superman stopped the explosion?