I mean, I did my hair and everything...
post shots of LA, best LA films, etc
Left or right?
ITT: Characters who did literally nothing wrong
It wasn't his fault that Lex was more of a joker, that's Snyder's fault. I personally really liked Eisenberg's performance in the movie, even if his character was a new take on Lex.
Also, based fucking Jesse Eisenberg:
It's actually his fault.
Snyder didn't know how to do Lex until they cast Einsenberg. And it was Einsenberg's decision to go in that direction.
Remember that they actually considered Bryan Cranston.
trying this again
draw a scene from a movie and others guess the name of it
PROTIP: if you prefer right over left you don't belong here and should go back to rёddit.
We can't be stopped edition
Will this beautiful train ride ever end? Marvel never lets us down, quality after quality nonstop, and when Civil War comes out it will revitalize Spider-Man's image and be known as the first real Capekino this world has ever seen.
How can the rest of Hollywood even compete? They can't, so get in here Marvelbros and let's celebrate.
Mark my words, when this comes out and is actually good, all of you will still shit on it.
This is gonna happen. It will be a pretty average film, not great, not bad, but will receive a fuck ton of praise and make a ton of money, then all the marveldrones will say DKEKS BTFO
$$ still dropping
Snyderverse just fail
>it's a /tv/ pretends to be retarded episode
Those drops are super fucking low you retard.
This movie is going to reach at least 500 million domestic with these low drops
1.2 - 1.5 billion worldwide
Supernatural live thread
And we are back to, "Someone forgot to pay the light bill" mode of Supernatural. Man, I missed when show was literally dark. All shadow.
Also, come on, writers, you know Sam isn't going to stay dead. Who are you fooling? Seriously? Who?
>yfw the drums
Fucking Under Rated GEMS.
Post that shit.
If you prefer Gwen over Layla you need to fuck off back to /v/eddit
ITT: Very subtle advertising in film and television
Wtf is kino?
TV changes popular phrases every 2 months.
Batman v Superman is a great example of it. I would even go so far as to say that it's the kino in it's purest form.
Another form of Kino is 2013's Man of Steel. Both of these movies are examples of Kino.