>At 15, civil action was filed against him for his involvement in two separate incidents of harassing African-American children (the first were siblings, and the second incident was a group of black school children on a field trip), by throwing rocks and shouting racial epithets. At 16, Wahlberg approached a middle-aged Vietnamese man named Thanh Lam on the street and, using a large wooden stick, knocked him unconscious while calling him a "Vietnam fucking shit". That same day Wahlberg also attacked a second Vietnamese man named Hoa "Johnny"...
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what a fucking horrible movie this is. do you feel good knowing that you have to like pieces of shit like these in order to appear deep and intellectual? kill yourself /tv/.
I'm super late to this but I just watched pic related.
I didnt really like it. It wasnt scary or spooky, it had some moments but the ending was pretty disapointing and some of the scenes were pretty bad.
What did you guys think of it?
People were dickriding it for not having much jumpscares, and I do give it points for that, but in the end it just wasn't that scary nor thrilling. Also a bunch of shit that doesn't add up when you stop and think about it for a second.
It was meh, 3/5 stars.
Why did it fail so horribly?
It was God awful writing. Remember the sniper scene?
>Hm, a marksman who can quickly and accurately take out single targets
>Send men out one at a time until he runs out of ammo!
Why didn't they all just rush him?
Hey /tv/ just got out of a five year long relationship.
I'm kinda looking for some funny rec's for television shows to watch while I work trough the pain.
Any suggestions? what TV shows do you guys watch when you are sad that pick you back up? Or at least put you in a better mood?
Any funny tv shows though? Something you like that always makes you laugh when your down? that sort of thing.
doesn't matter how many seasons it has
So, this might not be /tv/'s cup of tea exactly, but does anyone else find the human drama behind this show incredibly compelling? It's also probably the least doctored and most genuine reality tv program ever made. Suffice to say, i'm a big fan, and usually provides a good feel trip at the end because the method works. Any other fans?
When did you realize Zack Snyder is a genius?
Is this a must see? Or is this going to be boring since it's from the 90s?
My brother told me I gotta watch it, but he tends to be a massive troll that gives bad advice on purpose.
What is the quintessential 90's film?
Now that the dust has settled, what does /tv/ think of Dexter?
Anyone else a little disappointed with the ending?
>Anyone else a little disappointed with the ending?
How long have you been here? Everyone on /tv/ knows the end was dogshit.
>Everything went to shit after season 4, though S3 wasn't that great
Season 5 gets a lot of criticism but I dont see why. The rape/murder gang lead by the motivational speaker (who didn't actually murder or rape anyone himself) was different from the antagonists of the previous seasons. I liked season 5. Try watching it again.
6 7 and 8 are terrible. 7 and 8 being nearly unwatchable.
How the fuck is this hack still earning a living?
Anyone remember this show?
What was your favorite part/episode?
Which is a better movie, and why?
TPM is watchable among friends, but on its own it drags a lot in the middle.
Don't get me wrong, so does the love parts of AOTC, but the obi subplot carries it. Honestly I like clones more
not even women like the trailer