Saw SvB, ending was bullshit,
hinted a fucking possible sequel.
Also, fuck you you lying shits.
Superman doesn't fling Doomsday and himself into the sun, he gets stabbed in the chest to shit by Doomsday, but even then doesn't fucking die, it was hinted that he was still alive, the shit.
I think we all agree that this was the best scene, right?
>On January 2, 2010, Lange attempted suicide at his home by drinking bleach and stabbing himself in the abdomen nine times with a 13-inch kitchen knife. He was found on the floor by his mother and taken to Jersey City Medical Center where he underwent surgery. Lange was released from the hospital in the following week and transferred to a psychiatric ward. Sirius management stated that Lange would be welcomed back onto The Howard Stern Show following his recovery
Why do so many comedians have mental problems?
I think it's the other way around, that mental people often become comics to try to soothe the issues they have, to try to control the people laughing at them. Also they cray.
The best tv series you’re not watching.
"Set in mid to late 1960s Oxford, England, the series centres on the early career of Endeavour Morse (Shaun Evans) after he has left Lonsdale College of Oxford University late in his third year without taking a degree, spent a short time in the Royal Corps of Signals as a cipher clerk, and then joined the Carshall-Newtown Police. In the pilot episode, having been transferred to CID after only two years as a uniformed police constable, the young DC Morse soon becomes disillusioned with law enforcement and begins writing a resignation letter. Before he can resign, Morse is sent with other detectives from the Carshall-Newtown Police to the Oxford City Police's Cowley Police Station to assist in investigating the case of a missing fifteen-year-old schoolgirl.
Having studied at Oxford gives Morse advantages and disadvantages when dealing with Oxford's "town and gown" divide. During the pilot episode, he tenders his resignation but his superior, veteran Detective Inspector Fred Thursday (Roger Allam), the "gov" at the Oxford City Police's CID, sees in him an unblemished detective who he can trust and takes him under his wing to be his new "bag man" meaning assistant, replacing a corrupt Detective Sergeant."
>Period drama set in bongland
Why would I, an American, even care
It's got great writing, acting and sets and it's period setting is interesting.
There's also an episode about British school girls.
>reminder that this is what is considered "good" by the standards of your general capeshit fanboy
You'll call now.
ITT "the forced badass"
i love bcs. i think it is a better show than brba. but i had always written off the 'fanservice' detractors until this last episode.
why in the fuck would the murder twins show up on a church top and give a warning?
that whole scene just didn't make sense and it was obviously a brba fanservice bullshit sequence.
Such bullshit. In Breaking Bad there was a multiple episode buildup, establishing how badass these two were and how big a deal was that they had been summoned from Mexico.
Annnnnd now they just pop up on a roof and one of them playfully uses his finger as a gun. These guys don't threaten. They just stalk you and murder you.
We all know that these guys are only here because Mike's subplot is the only thing keeping this show alive.
All those Breaking Bad tie ins are my least favourite parts of BCS. It seriously feels like there are 50 people living in that universe.
And DUDE SILENT CARTEL ASSASSINS LMAO were one of the worst parts of Breaking Bad
ITT: actors who probably are assholes in real life
*aims at BvS*
*aims at CA:CW*
>IF YOU DON'T LIKE [insert recent political event]
>WELL THAT MUST MEAN YOU [insert nonsensical analogy here] THAT MUST LOOK SOMETHING LIKE THIS [picture of nonsensical analogy]
>*crowd erupts into laughter*
Why do people like this? It's Big Bang Theory tier humour.
TIL When Matt LeBlanc auditioned for the role of Joey in "Friends" he only had $11 dollars to his name. When the cast got their paychecks, the first thing that Courteney Cox bought was a car. Matt LeBlanc bought a hot dinner.
He was so poor he had to resort to sucking off faggots under the George Washington Bridge just to get something to eat. Not for money. He literally survived off the nutrients in the copious amounts of jissom that he swallowed. He couldn't even get a date with a girl because of his rancid protein farts.
Any horror movies like The Thing where the cast "loses" only because they're outmatched and not because of stupidity?
Almost none, horror movies generally rely on stupidity to push the plot forward. One of the reasons why The Thing stands out.
I had considered posting Jurassic Park (not strictly horror, I know), but the people stuck in the island, and especially the kids are pretty stupid now that I think about it.
Will we ever get a live action film where the shark is the protagonist? Lions can be protagonists, why not the majestic shark fighting back against humans polluting its oceans, or constantly dressing like seals and getting mad when they take a little nibble?
Orcas have had their time to shine! With like 8 Free Willy movies! And there's only 1 movie where I know of where orcas are the villains. Unless you count any animated films where penguins are the protagonists.
what was this guys name again?
>I'LL KIDNAP A THOUSAND CHILDREN BEFORE I LET THIS COMPANY DIE!
So he can make more money and keep his industry, you dumbass.