Why don't you like Man of Steel?
Will there be more full-frontal nudity?
>watch Vikings for the first time because why not
>pretty good so far
>into episode 3
>he's a fucking Cuck
never dropped a series so quickly
EVERYBODY TURN ON FX NOW
What does /tv/ think of this
What's the Infinite Jest of film?
4 > 5 > 6 > 7 > 3 > 1 > 2
Bi-monthly "just watched this guise" thread.
>yfw the black cuts are skips to different houses, hence why even before weird shit starts happening, people are getting confused, like the girl who doesn't realise the guy from Roswell
>yfw the girl in glasses actually has on different ones all the time
I need to rewatch this film. I thought we stuck with the same group to start with, and the creepy "door to nowhere" and the inability of the girl to recognise Xander off tv were hints that even before the night of the comet, some timeline crossing might have already happened.
on the other hand I enjoyed it so much I kind of want to keep it as a good memory rather than picking it to pieces, you know?
Just after I watched it I would have agreed. It's low-budget, almost like Primer in deliberately trying to confuse you. Nice little mindfuck but nothing too great.
Then when you think about it,
read a few trivia pages on IMDB and TVtropes, you realise that actually for most of the movie there is no consistent "party" at all, it's obvious for the last few acts, but the whole film has like several timelines meeting from the off.
Why did Captain America tip Fury?
How mad will all you autists be when Got starts back up and this place is filled with even more redditors for the eternal Got general??
Plan on murdering me in my sleep?
Do people really answer the phone by saying their name?
What was going in his mind in pic related?