>It's an episode where Clarkson appeals to the British right wing by pretending Britain is still the greatest country on earth and the only people to blame for our nations decline is johnny foreigner, while totally ignoring all the white trash we have in this country who don't work and claim bennies all their lives
>for England, James?
For Westeros, Jaime?
Which movies deeply moved you/made you cry?
The Turin Horse
Taste of Cherry
Grave of the Fireflies
>Execute Order 66
What did he mean by this?
It truly is awesome
I like how the first two series have this mystic/magic thing going on, which portrays the universe more like a fantasy world rather than just space - and then I like how they go full stormtrooper after that with the leather military wormhole shit
Was a great series
Why are the prequels considered to be so bad?
I mean, other than overuse of bad CGI and terrible acting, they aren't so bad, honestly.
Anyone else fucking tired of all the bluepilled "nice guy gets the girl in the end" movies?
Not only is it unrealistic, but it's twisting the minds of young people
Why can't we just have movies showing how the world ACTUALLY works?
So we all unironically agree that this is literally the greatest show of all time right?
Who here's excited for the next Scorsese flick?
How many awards will Amy Schumer win for playing the most accurate portrayal of an American woman?
I think she'll clean house
>I am a girl
*audience starts to laugh*
>I have a vagina
*audience starts to clap*
>I have casual sex
*audience gives a standing ovation*
Ya see that dingus right there? Yea... That's me. Being harrassed by the paps and about to get my tongue burnt.
How'd I get here? To answer that we have to go way back...
It all started when I visited my friend bill Cosby at his gang's arcade the previous night....
Why would mark wahlberg have an asian looking child?
What are your top 3 kubrick films.
Mine: 1. Eyes wide shut
2. 2001 space oddysey
3. Barry lyndon
Also is he a hack or a genius?
1. Eyes Wide Shut
2. A clockwork orange
He is neither a hack or a genius.
He is a very very talented director, a visionnary but to me, his films lack some gut, some emotion though Eyes Wide Shut felt a little different in the way.
Januarh Jones is underrated
If he wins an Oscar for this it will be more embarrassing than if he never wins an Oscar in his life.
I've thought about this too. When he walks up to that microphone on stage, people will just be thinking of all the jokes about any random dude having as many Oscars as he does, on top of his tryhard attempts to become the next DDL