so what does this symbolize? they've been pushing it since he got the new job.
What was his catchphrase again?
For all the problems with the movie, I thought BvS's take on the death of the Waynes was the best one put in film. The combination of music and portrayal was awesome.
It was pointless and self indulgent as fuck.
>Fuck, he has a gun.
>Should I try to reason with him, give him my wallet, I'm a milionaire after all
>If I back down from this I'll look like a bitch in front of my wife and teach my son to be a coward
>I should punch him.
>He has a gun, but I should punch him.
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>30% copypasta 50% capeshit 20% springbreakfags
I love /tv/
This show became shit, I can't even say more.
Not OP, but my stance on not watching the second season is that in the pilot and first few episodes of the first season, Jimmy is in actual danger is getting killed.
In the season finale, he's in danger of not getting his groove back.
Where was the Stan Lee cameo? I think I missed it.
Will this be allowed in the show?
Is Batman Returns CapeKino?
Well Batman Returns had some good production design. The costumes were good, and indoor sets looked fine. Gotham Square looked really fucking tiny and fake, and the paltry amount of extras made it even more obvious.
Not that I don't like the movie. It's pretty retarded, but it's style over substance, and the style is pretty nice.
OBI WAN TRILOGY COBFIRMED
get in here!
Return of high ground?
WOKE UP THIS MORNIN
GOT YOURSELF A GUN
>yfw you see this
Yay cause I live in Georgia.
Also because I want to get into the film industry.
Fuck yeah, puttin us on the map.
Nathan Deal almost screwed us with the gay ass 'religious liberty' shit.
Jimmy Olsen and Mercy Gravesin the same movie that introduces them
Pretty ballsy actually and rather refreshing.
If this were a Marvel movie, no one would ever die and you'd eventually see these supporting characters turn into main characters (see JARVIS, Agent Coulson, etc.)
Snyder definitely breaks the rules of convention.
What's your hopes for this season of GoT?
I only go to /tv/ for the /got/ threads which somehow are still banned and blocked out with a flood of threads related to this movie.
How is discussing this movie whether this movie is good or not still a thing? It looked bad from the start. I remember /tv/ threads from over a year ago about how ridiculous it was to cast her as Wonder Woman, to cast Mark Zuckerberg as Luthor, to cast Ben Stiller as Batman, etc.
Also a movie like "Batman vs. Superman" sounds like fanfiction. How is this even a debate, and why is GoT discussion being flooded out and suppressed?
you literally can't