So why, for every Star Trek series, were female crew member episodes always the worst?
Well done, Draco. Well done.
What was his fucking problem?
wow... it really makes you sink.
Here's your popcorn, big guy, don't worry, no charge FOR YOU.
>Aliens 30th birthday
>sequels better than the original thread
What would a Chinpokomon GO episode be like?
Season 20 begins September 14th btw
Who was in the wrong here?
We live in a world where the Ghostbusters reboot is the most politically divisive movie of the year.
How do you feel about this?
How do you guys feel about Matt Damon's trip to steroidtown in preparation for his new movie? He makes Christian Bale look like a lil bitch imo.
So I recently watch pic related after taking a break from NC I stopped watching him after him and his cronies did those autistic skits and I'm surprised nobody mentions this episode he literally strawmans the people who critize him about not using clips and doing shit skits, how can one be a so called "critic" when they themselves can't take it I think I see why NC is such a meme on here
Why did no one ever mention that she was black? Why were people's only low opinions of her was because she was a peasant? Why was everyone okay with some dark skinned chick as their queen? This was the 6th century or whatever.
This is /pol/ Kino and JJ Abrams will be BTFO with his shitty ep7
>muh evil radical right
Yes we know, fucking white males
So we can agree movies are better overall than shows and series right?
Yes. Movies have higher quality production generally and because of their format, their aim is to be as good as they can whereas shows can have an occasional awful episode but still be consistently good.