Is this a certified comedy classic?
How come the flash on tv doesn't have muscles?
how is there not a thread on this?
She's right though.
Evolution can't explain why we love people who are already dead.
>evolution can't explain why affection, the desire for affection, and the pain from the absence of affection, exist
It's called "in-group morality" and, basically, you are a C student in science class.
It's so you're more likely to care for the children that you had with them and ensure that the time you've invested isn't wasted.
In our more primitive hunter-gatherer mode, it's assumed that humans that like each other escalate to fucking and reproducing pretty quickly, and that anyone who you've mated with for long enough to 'love' is also pretty much guaranteed to be parent to your offspring.
> I am uncomfortable with the thought of this Jewish ritual. Are you sure it is necessary?
Honestly Belloc never actually answers this question. Why did he cosplay as a rabbi when opening up the ark?
Plebbit's God said that capeshit is literally for children after 9:00
>said Doctor Who was like chicken nuggets
>told feminists to fuck off after bag lady joke
>left QI because he knows it's turning into a forced diversity circlejerk
>has been fucking boys for decades
>now says capeshit is for children
Actors who will never do capeshit
But to answer your question - based Goose refused to do like a dozen of superhero films.
>Erik Bauersfeld, who memorably voiced the Rebellion's Admiral Ackbar in Return of the Jedi and Star Wars: The Force Awakens, has died. He was 93.
why did they kill off Elektra?
For the same reason everybody dies in capekino: to come back
I want to watch the season 2, but I haven't watched the first one, would you describe it in a nutshell?
Jesus fucking christ, her career is over after this
Neighbors 2 might save it, first one made good money, she looks fucking awful though
She'll be fine. Her buddy Hillary will give her some job at the whitehouse if she wins.
How do you feel about Ghost In The Shell?
can someone explain the ending?
That they were not prisoners to audio-visually based sensations?
Probably a renunciation of the belief that you can photograph the light of a 'true guru'? A denial of objectivity? Who knows.
It's so much better in retrospective. At the time it felt like a rehash, which it kind of is, but it actually feels like its own thing at the same time. Kevin Spacey was so fucking good as Luthor. My only complaint is that there should have been more dialogue between him and Superman, that he should have kidnapped superman's son to raise the stakes even higher, and that superman should have felt the kryptonite as soon as he landed on the island.
Gorgeous movie, scenes like the earthquake in metropolis that were very chaotic without being destruction porn like...
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The movie was dumb. If the Christian imagery bothered people in MoS, in here people would be vomiting because of it. Lex's doing another real state scheme. Thanks to the stupid retcon Superman not only his a deabeat dad but also pretty much date-raped Lois. There's no fucking action whatsoever.
I can go on, but seriously?
It's a quasi-reboot in the Donnerverse. The events prior are ambiguous. I just see it as a tribute movie, not a sequel.
Lex's plan was awesome. His heart was only half in the real estate part of it. This was his ultimate humiliation of Superman, taking all he has left of his father, making a giant mockery out of his homeworld- that's lethal to him might I add, while billions are also about to soon die.
Its similar to his scheme in the original, while being nothing like it at the same time.
more like John Nehandertal
litterally a caveman