So who got it?
The writers don't know - I think they have an actor or more that may or may not be coming back next season due to contract dispute or other work they rather do so this is their possible out
>catch a TIGER by its toe
Do Americans normally say this? The rhyme literally makes zero sense if its a tiger instead of a nigger. Why would a full grown man born before 2000 say tiger instead of nigger?
ITT: Greatest tv pilots of all time. And before you mention it, fuck Lost.
Pic related, best pilot.
Sopranos is my favorite show of all time and I have to admit the pilot isn't really that special, all I remember are the stupid ducks, running over some guy and Chrissy's killing some foreigner.
Pilot was good, but it misrepresented the show. If the style stuck it would have been a goofier show, and most likely worse than what we got. It could have ben great though, who knows.
"I'm not a pervert."
>The heroes kill countless numbers of people and feel no remorse for it whatsoever
>We're supposed to relate to them and look up to them
This is what it's like in nearly every action movie, be it Star Wars, capeshit, the list goes on. I'm sick of it. Can we get a Worst Tropes in Modern Films/Stories thread? I'm writing a story and want to deconstruct the shit out of dumbass tropes.
Not saying you can't, but I am personally tired of it. It's the same in every movie, makes me feel like I'm watching the same movie filmed dozens of different ways. It's homogenizing.
>ambiguous ending when the movie doesn't call for one
or even worse
>the villain or whatever the protagonist was fighting against the entire movie is beaten, but the last shot of the movie suggests it's not dead/it's reborn/has a kid/whatever
I can't remember the last horror movie I watched that didn't end like this.
Let's talk about American Crime Story season 1, which just wrapped
here's some questions to start things off
>why was the rapist waiter there at the end?
>why was the bobby kardashian payoff, that had been building over the course of 10 episodes, end in him walking out so passively?
>what was up with all the low angles in the last episode? Like every fucking shot was from a cameraman laying on the floor
>why was the payoff so weak for...
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>what do you mean you find Kim Wexler's story boring? KEK reddit
>everything I disagree with is reddit
>their website is everything's biggest fanbase
I wish I didn't have to point out the obvious, but:
/tv/ = reddit
one inside and one is out, one is screaming he's so happy, the other's screaming a passionate shout it's the nightman, the feelings so wrong and right man, the feelings so wrong and right man...
Martha? Why did you say that name?
Another Mary sue ?
>I feel like [Spielberg is] right. But I feel like Batman and Superman are transcendent of superhero movies in a way, because they're Batman and Superman," Snyder said while promoting Doritos' final Super Bowl filmmaking contest. "They're not just, like, the flavor of the week Ant-Man -- not to be mean, but whatever it is. What is the next Blank-Man?
>implying Snyder isn't right
Is 'Entrapment' starring Catherine Zeta Jones and Sean Connery a good movie?
What is the best movie of 2016 so far ?
>omg the saddest movie eveeeeeeer :(
The brother was fucking retarded and killed him and his sister because of it. I was more annoyed than sad at the end.
What a piece of shit.