since the rogue one trailer was released, /tv/ will not stop fucking posting about it for at least a month so lets get some perpetual good threads going. ill begin with a discussion of the sopranos because they're always fun and there are usually some nice debates going. next we should do more lotr discussion then whatever else, but please not rogue one.
isabella. i very much enjoyed james gandolfini's acting in this episode. the car scene was one of the most dangerous situations we saw tony in and it was very...
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can /tv/ rec me more movies like, A Scanner Darkly, Nightcrawler, Jacob's Ladder... you get the vibe
Millennials sense of humor.
>New trailer for a Shit Wars: manchild awakens has been released
>WE NEED MORE NECKBEARD THREADS BOUT THIS CRAP
/tv/ is off
Good buy, lads
did this scene give anyone else chills?
You mongoloids are really the worst.
How do you even manage to breathe correctly?
Just kill yourselves already.
>80 pound midget girl with spagetti arms spanks a metal teflon-coated plasma nazi helmet - victim does three double backflips and flys into the wall 30 feet away and snaps his neck.
>The hero women need
Can we have kino thread?
Post only kino
Still wrapping my head around the fact that disney has made two of the best films (one of them kino) of the 21st century so far, but there you go
>hero brutally kills someone
>makes a quip
So who is this?
>no Vader helmet
>Kneeling for someone so not Sheev
>weird bacta tank thing
What is your favorite scene in The Anvil Hoarder (1930)?
>that scene when Bauer stands on top of his stack of anvils and starts monologuing Schopenhauer's Die Welt als Wille und Vorstellung while the 2nd movement of the 7th symphony plays in the background,
eventually culminating in his suicide during the first fortissimo
Genuinely the best kino I've seen.
Itt actors you fäms get mistaken for
>A 2016 film which uses miniatures and less use of CGI