He was literally the best part of the movie.
DUDE THESE GUYS ARE CHUMPS
tfw you have to sit through TBBT at the dinner table every day. I think I can summarize the show's shitty laugh track spammed humor into:
>a simple mention of Star Trek or otherwise something 'nerdy'
>a science joke you probably didn't understand
>sheldon deconstructs a sentence
>sheldon says bazinga
>sheldon reminds people of his 'spot'
>yet another rehash of the Raj can't talk to girls joke
inb4 "you just hate it because its popular"
>watching tv while you eat dinner
Finally got around to watching this. Would probably say it's Clooney's best. Really neat concept behind it, emulating the Odyssey and all. What did you think of it?
This is a great fucking film. I don't understand the hate, to this day.
What are /tv/s thoughts on it?
claim your deaf waifu, /tv/.
I MISS THEM SOMETIMES.
ITT: Movies that didn't age well
Will the new Star Trek series in 2017 take place in the new JJ Abrams Trek-verse, or the old classic Trek universe?
Did I really need to see this guy space out while making a sandwich for a few fuckin minutes?
To what extent was this legitimately worse than the first one?
And on a related note: Has anyone else noticed it's harder to find out if a movie is good ahead of time because reviewers are all trying to use their little soapboxes to push social agendas now?
>Has anyone else noticed it's harder to find out if a movie is good ahead of time because reviewers are all trying to use their little soapboxes to push social agendas now?
What does this even mean? How can anyone say if something is "good ahead of time" in its time, that defeats the whole purpose
So what's actually the point of this when you can just torrent anything they have?
Is the Walking Dead actually worth getting into?
I watched the first season and enjoyed it but I heard that it changes quite a bit over the next season.
Second season is alright not that bad except a few episodes that have no plot progress and focus on Andrea. After that though I'd say season three is pretty good the govenor is probably my favorite character and makes the show interesting for that season and the first half of season 4 after that stop because it starts to become shit around this point.
>I'M the bad guy?
What did he mean by this?
How do you feel about Chris Nolan's Batman trilogy?
Well it's certainly the best Batman to hit the big screen since the 89' Burton version. But it certainly had its share of flaws and suffered in its sequels from the same problems that the Burton movies did in that Batman seemed wholly uninteresting compared to his villains.