I'll try shouting, that's a good trick
what did he mean by this?
>it's 'David Bowie dies and 4chan collectively pretends to be sad to feel like part of something' episode
Holy fuck /tv/ this show is heinous.
It wont last more than one season.
>its another wesley episode
>It's a best character episode
The Stepfather (2009) was a terrible horror film but they utilized Amber Heard extremely well, showing off her strengths as an actress in near every scene she was in.
I agree OP, effective utilization of Ms Heard's demonstrable talents provides something of a redepmtion for even the most inferior motion picture.
What was it like on /tv/ when this dropped?
What do you think were his policies on illegal immigration?
What do you think happened to ol' blueie there? It's well-known that the Emperor disliked non-humans and didn't allow any to serve in his military, although Vader wasn't as racist and was willing to use alien bounty hunters.
What Asian cinema has /tv/ been watching lately?
Overseas at the moment, Ran was on the hotel movie channel. Dad hadn't watched it before and I watched it only recently so I watched it again with him, it's still great as a re-watch although I think the 3rd acts pace is disproportionate to the rest of the 3rd act.
What does /tv/ think of The Prestige
So many possibilities on the turn out if they manage to get these two together in one movie.
Also crossover thread
>David Bowie died before seeing his son's opus
is this worth watching /teevee/ ?
>OH NO I POOPED MY PANTS BETTER KILL MYSELF AND BRUTALLY KILL THESE PEOPLE
>this is a real movie
YOU MUST CONTACT ME