Is this the greatest single take scene in /tv/ history? If not what is?
Who's /tv/'s favorite Quirky Genius?
Witness the true Capekino
I'm sorry, but did the Batman v. Superman already lose? Oh, that's right. The box office run isn't even over yet. In fact, it's only the opening weekend. Does not having the lead at opening weekend count as a failure? Is that what you're saying? Because if you're saying that I can assure you that you're wrong. Why would you make this topic when the movie is still in theaters? BvS is still playing right now and has been the best film in theaters for how many days now? It's up against some of the worst competition in Hollywood who just happen...
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So happy Affleck didn't get too sad due to all your trolling about him /tv/, and managed to pick himself up
Challenge: Find one redeemable thing in this picture
post whatever you may have forgotten
>a black dude keeps eating oranges and smoking cigarettes in his office, he might be the protagonist's boss idk
A thriller film set on a train. Literally the only thing I remember is sort of a fight scene where protagonist(s) and villain(s) are fighting on top of the train, which passes snowy landscapes (probably something like Alaska)
Leave Capeshit to Me
>A man becomes a masked vigilante to seek revenge on the criminal organization responsible for his family's murder.
>tfw Leto will lose his shit before the movie is released, and kill everybody involved with it, so we will never get to see the movie
How do you know that a superhero movie is genuinely garbage (Fantastic 4) and not just avant-garde (BvS) based on critics' reviews?
BvS was a far cry from avant-garde.
It's like that time Homer fucked up building a barbecue pit and it was mistaken for art.
Batman v Superman, likewise, was a mistake and nothing more.
>size less than 1 gb
Hey /tv/, I'm trying to find a criminal/comedy film where a bunch of criminals go into a warehouse and try to figure out who among them is a rat and betrayed them. Does anyone know?
I decided to watch the flash/supergirl crossover.
supergirl is really bad. it looks cheap and very thing is pastel colour and it feels like a teen show with super powers. Everything feels forced. I wouldn't watch this show normally. also how dose kara keep her job. she never seen to do any work
yep i watched supergurl for the first time too with this cross over. I would never watch supergurl. The whole cast just doesnt seem likeable. The chick that plays supergurl is probably the best of the bunch and she is only ok in the role. Smallville was better than this shit show. Flash crossing over was cool though.
the villians were batman 66 laughable. live wire was my favourite superman villain now nope and why would a grown woman dress like silver banshee. it was very nonthreatening . the best line was from the magazine editor when she made the quip about how they all looked nonthreatening
What does /tv/ think of his body of work?
Mods, please give us a place to discuss films. /tv/ no longer serves this purpose.
>over 70 capeshit threads on the catalogue
>almost everything else is Star Wars, GoT and TWD