This character is confirmed for being killed on the next episode of The Walking Dead.
When Frank Darabont sat down with some of the guys a few years ago and they were talking about "a television show with zombies and shit!" and originally thought it wasn't the worst of ideas, would one of them have thought how absolutely shit it would have become and tried to warn the others against making it, only to be shut up because "dude, money!!!"?
So how come did no one notice that Shawshank was digging a tunnel?
That's because the guards were too busy monitoring Redemption's actions.
Letting him escape was part of the plan
>Kill a man, one is a murder
>Kill a million, a conqueror
>Kill them all, a god
>I'm not going to stop red, every lowlife piece of shit, every chirping rat, every filthy fucking nigger in this city will be punished.
I know Marvel has a little more liberty with the violence and dialogue on Netflix, but was that last line really necessary?
I know they're going for some shock value here and there but I honestly thought it was a bit racist
Is season 4 worth watching?
>DUDE capeshit is so shallow I'll make a DEEP movie about capeshit
>now let me clearly state the themes of my work, my characters feelings, my motifs and audiovisual resources in-dialogue
>also all critics are assholes take that imaginary hit strawman
>also you are a fucking idiot for watching capeshit and this is no exception, I'll mock you, the viewer by stating that you have the sensibilities of a 14-year-old
Why was this praised aside...
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Because of good acting, good cinematography and filming, witty dialogue and soundtrack
>I'll mock you, the viewer by stating that you have the sensibilities of a 14-year-old
I don't get it. How was this done with the viewers of this movie?
How did they train the skeletons to attack the actors?
>Dylan O'Brien was severely injured in an accident on the set of the new movie and has suffered multiple broken bones, including either a broken orbital socket or cheekbone.
>Incident being investigated by BC Workplace Safety authority.
How much do you want to bet fox will settle at if he sues for loss of future wages due to a fucked up face for the rest of his life?
still, imagine the settlement if fox is forced to pay what a court predicts he could have earned over his career, as well as negligence/pain/suffering whatever.
a case like that would make him pretty relevant and would be interesting to see.
>character orders a sandwich
>takes two bites and leaves without paying
>character lights a cigarette
>character has sex
>doesn't go pee immediately afterwards
>character goes to a bar
>asks for 'a drink'
ITT: Suggest a comfy movie please
anyone else get comfy with it?
ITT: post the movie posted above you
How many movies do you watch per week?
seriously is there anything this woman can't do
>character sees a news report on TV of an event shown previously
>news camera footage is the exact same shot as the actual scene
anyone here watch this show?
premise is great, setting is great, some characters are good, story and acting are sometimes pretty good