Supposedly the reason why Sam and Cat was cancelled.
Or was it rape?
These three movies have all won the most Oscars (11 each). Rank them from best to worst.
>its a ""the space time continuum is shaped like a 15th century library" episode.
B R A V O N O L A N
What the fuck did I just watch?
Of all oscar contenders, why is this one the least talked about on here? It's fantastic
Jesus christ I never saw that poster until now
that's an official one? It's like one of those fucking Love movies
> The show averaged 34.3 million viewers on Sunday night, according to ABC.
>This would give the awards the smallest audience since 2008 when Jon Stewart hosted and "No Country For Old Men" won Best Picture with just over 32 million viewers, and 2003 when "Chicago" was the top movie and the show drew 33 million, according to Nielsen data.
>The ratings for the three and a half hour broadcast on Sunday night was also down 6% from last year's 36.6 million viewers.
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all television shit is down except for NFL
no one watches TV anymore
/pol/tards will make it about being liberal like this retard
and SJWs will make it about not being diverse or inclusive enough when really, it's more like TV is fucking dead
still the oscars still generate enough second hand buzz on the internet that it's still the second most relevant event besides the NFL playoffs
ITT: Movies that go from 0-100 real quick
When the blood-puking happens, shit hits the fan.
How come you fags dont like rick and morty? its a really funny show. I think you guys dont like it because you never bonded with a strong masculine father figure in your life, thus you cant relate to the show? or maybe you guys just can't get past all the great memes. I dont know which but rick and morty has earned some more street cred on /tv/
The first season was great, then it started to slide and then back half of season 2 was nearly unwatchable. It turned to shit when the creators started taking themselves seriously and pandering to the audience. The emotional moments felt natural, and were rare, in S1. But by the second, they were forcing those stupid "muh feels" scenes in to every episode.
Watched Room last night since it was nominated.
Can't say I was disappointed. Definitely made me tear up, but at the most unexpected scenes. Didn't really get an Oscar bait feel as much as I got a Lifetime original movie feel from it entirely.
7/10 might watch again.
I thought it was pretty damn good. The premise definitely could've been "Lifetime original movie" but I think the director/cast made something much better than that. It never really felt contrived or melodramatic, which is how I'd characterize those movies
HOLY DOGSHIT TEXAS ONLY STEERS AND QUEERS COME FROM TEXAS
This was a great movie
Do we like it?