Is this the first big budget animated movie to have gratuitous swearing in it? It's so jarring to see.
It's still the 'dude weed lmao' cast though.
>pornos having scripts
It's social commentary, shitlord. #satire #intelligent
Bonus points for found footage in the form of a documentary.
What were your thoughts on this scene?
What all psychological disorders do you think Annie Wilkes of the movie Misery suffers from, I see evidence for a number of different ones but what do you think /tv/?
This is literally and objectively the best show of the past five years.
Eh. She does what she can to carry the show, but it should have been a single season run, maybe 2. Plot got pretty retarded at some point and I dropped it. Best show of the last 5 years was strange and norell, or if you need more than a miniseries probably the 100, even if its going a bit sideways this season.
Should it be allowed to kill off lesbian characters on TV?
It seems people are against it.
don't worry, they introduced a new couple
Bellamy + Lincoln
Make this movie good. Hard mode: Keep all the stuff about the pyramids and rituals. Even harder mode: Keep it in modern day. Dante must die mode:
No Arnold, Sigourney or Lance
This is the new Lemony Snicket.
I gotta say, I think his voice is wrong for the role.
What are some essential depressed-core shows and films?
I'm actually pretty fucking angry, the tv show negan looks absolutely nothing, NOTHING like he does in the comic books. And they fucking kill him off like that, no bat, no nothing. Fuck this show
>/tv/ and comicfags hype up Negan for like 3 years
>AMC kills his bitch ass off after like 2 minutes of screentime
Quick get in here! It's a new Mark Hamill interview!
I used to find this amusing.
The Watchmen was actually hard to watch though. Them sinning stuff that is literally explained in the same scene a few seconds later or them confusing chronological order and sequential order in the movie was just really, really annoying.
I like Watchmen, I don't love it or anything, but I do like the movie. I can't tell if this kind of shit is actually annoying to other people or it's just that I'm butthurt about a movie I like getting ragged on.
Cinemasins died a long time ago
Sometimes I visit their old stuff in an attempt to find nostalgia from an old lost friend but it isnt the same. The channel that exists today is an empty shell of what they used to be. I find it hard whenever I see the logo, like a photograph of a bud long gone. RIP my friend, cinemasins.
How does this make you feel?
I've never seen Happy Days so today I watched the infamous shark jumping scene.
Why is this scene so significant? Sure it's silly, but not like the worst thing ever.
Watch the first few seasons of the show and you'll notice that they were much better episodes.
The jumping the shark episode wasn't horrible but it was a notable marker of when the scripts for the series failed to reach the heights of the earlier seasons.