I know I'm probably gonna sound like a faggot, but US sitcoms in general weren't that popular in Europe back in the 1990s, at least not to the point they're nowadays.
My question is: is Seinfeld worth watching after 25 years? The few scenes I've seen from the series are really good, but I don't want to be disappointed after watching the first episodes who are probably weaker than the rest.
Also not sure if I should take the Seinfeld is unfunny meme seriously or not
Did I hurt your little feeling by telling you that your cry for attention thread didn't need to be made? I guess all those old movies and shows that people consider the best of their respective decades aren't worth watching because people can't understand context, am I right kid?
Don't bother replying again.
So how many young actresses has he fucked?
Alright guys I'm at the theater and I'm hungry. What should I get?
BTFO by The Revenant in Friday's BO. TFA confirmed for dropping like stone.
i just watched this movie. the extended edition is so good, i fucking love the fellowship.
but now that im older, i can sort of see why chris tolkein doesn't like them. there's way too much unneeded action in these films
Chris Tolkien is a shit who hates everything. I rewatched the extended trilogy and it's chock-full of "look at this cool new set piece" moments and "look at these cool races and stuff" moments. Much more so than would be tolerable in other films.
What is it /tv/?
> If The Lord of the Rings films were released today, /tv/ would call it shit
can you imagine the sjw shitstorm? with the whole "black lives matters" background noise, a movie where all the bad guys have some connection with ""black" and the good guys have names like the "white wizard" wouldn't even be released
/pol/ and /tv/ would be hailing the White Man's last great stand against hollywood jews and sjws
I you had hollowman powers what would you do?
>inb4 sneak into movies for free
Just saw this last night. I was really excited to see it beforehand.
However, this movie is just plain bad. It's unbelievably drawn out and boring, seemingly for no reason. The cinematography is completely uninspired, Tom Hanks' accent is goofy, none of the acting was that great. There's literally one straight hour of Leo screaming and crawling through the woods.
It was trying to be artsy just for the sake of being artsy 2 1/2 hours of meaningless bullshit.
The symbolism it did have was hamfisted as all hell, especially the ones
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It won't make history but I liked it, it wasn't bad. The only problem is that I was disturbed by the fact that Inarritu tried to be artsy with some things like photography (and handled it more than decently, I'd say) but didn't waste his time on a lot of aspects of the plot and the charcterization of Glass.
The violence and gore seemed completely unnecessary. Only there for shock value.
The scene with them eating the buffalo and the horse bed scene made some people walk out
Hateful Eight is an example of an extremely violent movie where the violence has a purpose. It fits contextually, is symbolic in some situations, and is stylistic. In Revenant, it just comes out of nowhere specifically to gross you out.
Worst movie I've seen all year desu.
So i've been watching TCW lately, just near the end of season 3.
And it's been pretty good on the whole, but does anybody else find it strange how likable Anakin comes across in it? Yes he can be a bit reckless, but I don't really see the cold blooded child murderer side to him at all so far.
Does he get darker as this stuff goes on? Or is it just a flip of a switch and he goes full psycho?
What is the most JUST movie ever made?
It has to be a movie that was a complete shitshow during production, AND it has to have been a box office bomb, AND it has to have ruined at least one person's career.
I nominate pic related.
ADAPTATION FUCKING WHEN?!
>It's a Mr. Mot is more competent than Starfleet Admirals episode
What went wrong?