Why arent Miniseries more popular?
>high production values
>more interested on what it is now than what it can do next season
>side plots are tight up much better
>doesnt suffer from time constraints of movies
Yet the only one people know about is Band of Brothers
Speaking of which how does BBC and HBO keep on making them? They always get meh ratings
the miniseries on John Adams was depressing
>capital is such a piece of undeveloped shit that only slaves would work it
>White House is literally just a dingy little claustrophobic house
>everyone is dicking John Adams in the ass
>Jefferson is a piece of shit
>Hamilton is a piece of shit
>just about every city is a diseased shithole
>his son is a failure...
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So early drafts of the Episode 8 script are making its rounds online. Before the spoilers get all over news sites here's the tl;dr of some of the stuff going down.
>This is a Jedi Knight
>And this is what is known as a Jedi Knight that has ascended past a Jedi Knight. Or you can just call this a Jedi Master
>And this...is to go...even further beyond
I finally got Netflix
Assuming I've never watched a good tv show or movie in my life, what should I watch first?
Luke, did I ever tel you that your mother literally married a guy 8 years younger than her.
Is this racist?
Robin Williams would have made a PERFECT Walter White
He has that quiet intensity Bryan Cranston does
Keep in mind Vince Gilligan had fkng Matthew Broderick lined up for the role... wtf
I just started watching this show because a friend of mine said it's amazing.
It's inconsistent as shit. I'm on season 3 right now. Does it get any better or does it just get worse?
>I don't interfere with other people's problems
>It's a Ron is the ancient Guru of wisdom and advice episode
who /man seeking woman/ here?
I don't like him on the fact that he's black.
>it's like james bond they said
>you'll have fun watching it they said
Do you think they'll bring him back? He's catching on more than Phasma, Hux, and Maz as far as new characters go.
>Can we afford Kurt Russel?
>What about Patrick Swayze?
>'he's dead sir'
>Uh, Kris Kristofferson?
>'he's like 100 years old sir'
>What about that Jeff guy, you know "The Dude" or whatever
>'he's in the lobby playing with magnets sir, I'll send him right in'
>Can we afford Natalie Portman?
>Then get me her non-union Mexican equivalent
>'say no more senpai'
>Bruce Wayne meets Clark Kent
>Ooh that is a grip you do not wanna pick a fight with this person!
Was this seriously the best they could do?
>Best they could do
Nope. It's the same with Gal Gadot; they just wanted to make a couple of their fellow jews more popular by putting them in whats supposed to be a highly anticipated movie.
What, do you really think Gal and Jesse got these roles through normal auditions?