Did the film adaptions do the books justice?
>Movie wants me to love zombies and hate George Bush
What's wrong with liberals?
>he doesn't love zombies
>he loves George Bush
What's wrong with conservashits?
>Quentin gets cucked
>Penny violates bro code
>Josh finally shows up
>Julia doesn't get FOXED
>Janet/Margo goes alpha
>Eliot continues to be whiny but based as all fuck
>Alice continues to make a tit guy out of an ass man
>season finale next week
Not bad to be honest. What did you think?
>actually thinking sexually repressed beta quentin would willingly enter a 3 some
>immediately fucks another dude
she's a cunt
penny is also a complete wanker
the fact that this didn't end in a confrontation between penny and quentin shows just how fucking beta he really is
more like Quentin Cuckwater, am I right?
What actors are also apt musicians?
Find a flaw.
It's really fucking boring once they go into space.
The story never seems to be working towards a clear or consistent thematic direction
Most of the technical stuff that's intended to be impressive, such as the score and the space effects, felt derivative of existing works.
I'm genuinely curious on why people think the Big Bang Theory is bad and was it ever good in the first place
>every joke is based around how LOL NERDY the characters are
>most of the things they discuss are not that nerdy and things normies know of like comic books
>laugh track over every single line to try and trick normies into thinking it's funny
It's shit and was never good. It's unfunny, overuses laugh tracks, misrepresents the whole "nerd" thing as if it was written by somebody who only had a vague idea of what one was instead being one or knowing one, plot has devolved to milking relationship bullshit for easy episodes and easy cash (not that there was much there to start with), etc. I could keep going on but it's not worth it.
When will The Walking Dead decide to move away from this tiring Southern setting with the endless roads and forests. I would rather see an Arctic Tundra setting or one on a tropical island like Dead Island.
Why in the fuck do they constantly want this show to stay put in the South??
>still no trailer
Movies with shit endings.
the war was lost
the treaty signed
Which actress would make a good live action Starfire?
Pic related would be my choice
>when you want to go watch BvS so you understand new /tv/ memes and can participate in conversations but you're scared the ticket guy will think you're a manchild normie who unironically enjoys the newest capekino
>"What's the oldest lie in America? That power can be innocent."
This line was so much better than the one from the trailer.
Did anyone else enjoy the senate hearing and other segments that tried to portray political and social implications of superheroes existing in a real-world-scenario?
It wasn't half as clever as Znyder thinks or WB makes it out to be but it was a new element introduced to the largely un-adventurous cape genre and by far the most interesting part of the movie.
ITT: Films that are too complex for /tv/