Does /tv/ like this movie or is it too feminist for you guys?
ITT: that moment right before shit goes down
What did /tv/ think of Air?
What makes a film comfy?
slow steady progression. characters are relatable and/or likable. often has a good sound track or is visually very aesthetically pleasing. has a story and plot that can be enjoyed over and over again without becoming annoying or boring.
this guy is fucking hysterical. i just got done watching all his stand up specials.
you faggots lied to me about the cuck shit. in all 4 hours of his combined material there's only like 10 minutes of a bit poking fun at white people
3 episodes into this and its actually pretty good
why does it get so much hate?
>Michael Keaton is speculated to have been cast as the Vulture, Logan Marshall-Green is rumored to be portraying Carnage, and Bokeem Woodbine's character who is still unknown. As of now, the film is allegedly squeezing three villains in the storyline.
How are they having Carnage without Venom?
WARM BLACK DINGUS
Does he even age?
He just played it really smart and got rid of the hair early on so you can't really tell that easily. He also apparently ate his fast food in his 50s or something so I assume good diet has something to do with it.
This is the best capeshit. Prove me wrong.
don't tell me how to raise my boy
What the fuck was the fuckin bitches fuckin problem?
>The Sopranos is filled with mobsters, sociopaths, and all-around horrible people
>somehow Janice manages to top all of them after Bobby's wife died
>Please give me the blood Eli an let me get out of here
>GIVE ME THE BLOOD LORD, AND LET ME GET AWAY!
Did you enjoy the second season, /tv/?
I liked it, still the flaming horses that will ride exactly where the khan intended was pretty stupid.