>He had more drugs than fried chicken in his apartment
>He'd rather OD on drugs than spend time with his kids
>People actually miss Philip Seymour Heroin
Is it possible to dislike a comfy movie?
Yeah, I guess. "Comfy," at least the way I understand from the way its been used here, really refers to the experience of watching stuff rather than the actual product.
For example, take the second season of Twin Peaks. The first season is great and pretty "comfy." The second, however, is all over the place in terms of quality and a difficult watch for many. I got through it by watching it one cold winter with two blankets wrapped around me and all the hot cocoa I could drink (which made...
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Comfy movies like this one?
I'm looking for movies that just have great stories where you can sit back and enjoy.
Also what did you guys think of it?
Why do movie posters always do this?
It's not even in order of top billing
>romance in Star Wars
>George probably thought the prequels would be his magnum opus
>According to John Carpenter, the opening of the film with Egg Shen (Victor Wong) in the lawyer's office was added in at the request of 20th Century Fox executives, in order to make Kurt Russell's character Jack Burton more heroic. Without the added scene, the film would have started with Jack driving to San Francisco.
Were Americans really this stupid that they'd need a scene to explain that Jack Burton is the hero?
The executives didn't get the joke that Jack Burton isn't really the hero or actual center to the story so they needed something to reinforce that more. Fortunately the joke still shines through so it doesn't really matter.
>The executives didn't get the joke that Jack Burton isn't really the hero
Except he was the hero. He was just a little incompetent. Wang kept fighting the wrong people and Egg couldn't hit for shit.
Has anyone else seen this show?
Its surprisingly comfy, and some of the characters are really growing on me.
Yeah, it's great. Have you read any of Elmore Leonard's books? I always try to recommend them to people who like Justified. They've got the same cool, funny dialogue and well-drawn characters you get in the show.
hey /tv/, so I just finished the first season of better call saul. it was pretty damn good, like shaping up to be better than breaking bad good. there's one thing bothering me though, why don't they ever explain why they called him slippin' jimmy? i'm assuming it's probably explained in the second season but it's really bugging me. you'd think it'd be something they'd explain to you in the fourth or fifth episode. if it is explained in the second season can someone give me some spoilers and tell me where he got the nickname? thanks guys.
What I don't get is why Chuck wears the tinfoil? I mean whats that half to do with cancer?
What was a better movie; Jurassic World or TFA? I didn't see either one.
Auntcest the movie was better
Can someone explain the appeal of this show? It's the most boring shit I've ever watched
Will it beat Avatars box office?
Just saw Jerry Seinfeld perform at the comedy store in Hollywood. First time since like 1979z u jelly?
God tier stand up
>Kirk Douglas will die in your lifetime
How does that make you feel?
Pretty fucking sad, Kirk is a based actor
Post your favorite Kirk performances.
Mines definitely Paths of Glory
Predictions for Season 3?
Do they write this guy a personality later on? DS9 is my third Trek series after TOS and TNG, and he's supremely uncharismatic.
If by personality you mean "high as shit all the time" than yes.
i fucking hated sisko early on but he gets fun
thought he was just going to be mad space nig 24/7 but he's pretty charismatic and kinda becomes black picard for awhile then goes space SLJ
will say that brooks does often deliver lines weird as fuck though. at any rate stick with DS9, S1 and S2 have lots of good episodes but season 3 is where stuff gets really good.
go look up Jammer's DS9 reviews and watch anything with atleast 3 stars
>go look up Jammer's DS9 reviews and watch anything with atleast 3 stars
Screw that, here is the full list of episodes worth watching.
Best Picture when?
Just get Trump to play Trump. And Larry David for Bernie (seeings as his entire candidacy is comic relief anyway).
And someone else for Lewinsky. I don't like that frumpy bitch and I wouldn't pay money to see anything she stars in.