So the finale of the walking dead is just a FUCKING CLIFFHANGER AT THE MOST IMPORTANT SCENE IN THE FUCKING SHOW. We dont even know who negan kills because its a fucking POV shot from the victims viewpoint.
>dropped for something that never happened
Just got back from a midnight screening of this in Australia.
3/10 is a fair rating, I feel.
Good performances from Affleck and Cavill and some cool fight choreography butforgettable music in comparison to MoS,terrible writing, too many bright lights and fast cuts and some massively bad editing.
Wonder Woman literally (and I mean literally) only has dialogue with Batman, and does not utter a word to any other character in the movie.
Happy to answer any questions and discuss it in greater detail.
Yep, and it's retarded. Clark has a day dream where he talks to his dead dad, and his dad tells him a story.
Either it's literally a ghost, or Clark is making up the story he's telling himself. It's retarded.
Why is British humour so much more intelligent than American humor if British people are so much less intelligent than American peeple?
this is bait but chris morris is the funniest man who has ever lived so this is technically correct
only thing america has done that comes close is review with forrest mcneil and that's being kind
Hey, this is pretty good.
>while /tv/ was discussing star wars and comic books they slept on one of the best dramas on television and now the show is over
I went in thinking it would be another House ripoff period drama bullshit but it's actually amazing. The surgery scenes can be absolutely brutal.
that final surgery/death scene - jesus christ
He had so much to do and we didn't see any of it.
Waste of fucking time following him around.
>I'll go as far as making an entire unit of policemen dedicated to investigating some irrelevant guy just because he took my stained glass window spot at the church
So uhh, The Wire is such a realistic show!
>so guise, guise, now that the dust has settled, I am glib facsimile contrarian man ripping on a television show because that's what we do, right, g-guise, we don't like anything and n-nothing is sacred, do I fit in now, g-guise: the thread
Ok, critics are being unfair to this movie, make it look like its worse then all of the shitty capeshit movies that are out there. when in reality its pretty good piece of capeshit. batman was good. superman was good. etc i enjoyed it, and its not even out everywhere watch the movie for yourself. you are all fucking hiveminds. cucks!
>WHEN YOU SHILL A TRASH FLICK FOR 2 MONTHS AND IT ONLY GETS A DECENT 40
You are now aware that Eamonn Walker played Constable Haynes on The Bill for three more episodes than he played Kareem Said on Oz.
You now remember that guy from The Wire was in Holby City
How do I get a job as a film critic? Since it is clear you only need a high school writing level.
Do you agree with George Lucas in saying that the Star Wars saga should primarily be about the story of Darth Vader? Or do you think its necessary for Darth Vader to take a backseat to the Skywalker bloodline story if necessary?
How much Darth Vader influence do you think should be in Episode VIII?
>How much Darth Vader influence do you think should be in Episode VIII?
There shouldn't be an Episode VIII (or VII), the saga was a story of Anakin Skywalker's fall and redemption. The sequel trilogy feels tacked on.
since apparently capeshit is now dead thanks to BvS RT score, is it now the age of christshit?
Are movies being criticized for the wrong reasons?
For example, no one watched 2001: A Space Odyssey for intense action scenes. So saying that movie is bad just because it didn't have action is a nonsense criticism.
People said the Transformers movies were bad. Why? You watch Transformers for robots and action, and you got that. You don't watch Transformers for interesting stories or compelling characters.
Why is Batman vs Superman bad? The only thing that matters in superhero movies like this are the superheroes and the fight scenes....
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650 million max
>tfw /tv/ is BTFO like they were with star wars TFA and Memepool
Speaking as someone who just saw the film, I really wanted to like his performance but I fucking hated it.
Is he on screen a lot?
Does it feel like his motivations make sense, or is it one of those "DUDE HE'S JUST INSANE LIKE THAT LMAO" cases where a normal human wouldn't think like he does?
Same question for Batboy.