You guys should be nicer
/tv/ is rudefig bord
Who is the modern day Kubrick? It used to seem fairly obvious that it was Nolan, but now I'm thinking that it might actually be Synder.
RIP capeshit retards
Name a more forgettable movie?
I saw this show when I was a wee lad where a team of people were tasked with creating a hoax of the lochness monster. The team made an animatronic nessie head and piloted it along a tourist boat to test it's realism and people freaked.
Now after a shit ton of time thinking I have no clue what this show is but I need to know so I can prove to myself i'm not insane.
GOAT movie posters.
Will she have a successful career after Ga me of Thrones?
This is fucking unwatchable.
I only made it 25 mins in until I had to drop it.
I wasn't expecting season 1.5 but this is just ridiculous, it between characters and situations and there is no incentive to pay attention to anything.
I get that they rushed it after the success of s1 but still, how do you fuck up this bad.
And the chick wasn't convincing as as sheriff in the slightest.
the success of Season 1 was all due to Fukunaga.
>it's a "Louis pisses off a Wrestling coach and gets a workout till he pukes'' episode
>It's a Macho Man laughs in Louis' face and walks away episode
Is this wrestling kino?
What's his best film?
What's it like going to the movie theaters alone?
Is Patrick okay?
I think he may in the very beginning stages of a dementia.
I recently saw a video on his instagram that was linked on some Star Trek twitter account of his eating an ice cream cone in Manhattan.
He bit the bottom of the cone and sucked the rest of the ice cream out of the cone and he even put the comment "ice cream game on fleek" on the account.
I didn't know whether to cringe or feel embarassed or sad. It was weird.
What did /tv/ think of this?
What's the best Le Carre adaptation?
The Night Manager is okay. i found everything about it pretty compelling yet still somewhat of a letdown. i can't put my finger on it. the cast was great, the international setting stellar, the cinematography tops, but something was missing, possibly a better screenplay or direction. maybe b/c it was so by the numbers, i found my interest fizzling by the latter episodes. good series, could have been great.
as for best Le Carre adaptation, from what i've seen, i'd say it's Tinker Tailor...
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