This movie was pretentious as fuck.
What did /tv/ think about it?
The fights were incredible and I feel this movie provided the best most accurate slice-of-life look at the Oregon trail since the Apple ][ game. The single flaw was the bear's speed -- it moved incredibly quickly, far too fast to be believable -- but other than that, the film was golden. Excellent performances, amazing costumes and sets, immaculate direction. Wonderful film, 4.5/5 stars
Is it possible?
When are we going to get more Penn & Teller's BULLSHIT? Will a Netflix deal work?
Even if you don't agree with their politics (and I often did not), this show was comfy as fuck. I hope it comes back and they do some episodes on feminism/leftism.
Movies about ancient greek culture?
ITT: movies where the hero should've died
Why is Episode 1 so visually appealing?
>not even one month since release
>just released in China
>already No. 3 in the Alltime Worldwide ranking
How much more money will it make?
>it's a "this is a generation of whimps"/"this country is DOOMED" comedian
>get me Rose Byrne
>sir, she turned down the script twice already
>well get me her non-union mexican equivalent
>say-no-more sir, she's waiting in the lobby as well speak
>so you are replacing me now anon, what happened ? I will always be your sadfu
>You shall be called Darth Vader
you aint never maid up a name on the spot nigga?
>check yify's page on kat
>no uploads in 2 months
well shit. rip yify, wonder who will take up the mantle
Where did OP even say anything about being any of that? Sounds like you need to go back to reddit since you can't even fathom anything without resorting to le reddit attacks for no reason.
anyone seen this? thoughts?
I'm 30 minutes in. When does it gets fun?
>Claim to be an Empire on a galactic scale
>Be completely decentralized
D R O P P E D
How else is an empire supposed to function on a galactic scale? Governors are necessary tools for real life empires on Earth, and those are made up of regions separated by land and sea - imagine being separated by space.
>implying that means the Empire is decentralized
The power structure changed; the senate was abolished and the regional military governors, who are directly under the Emperor's command, were formally put in charge of their respective territories. If anything, the Imperial government became more centralized.