Mk Ultra, Jews, Reptilians etc but i realize they are just regular people with a passion in a high paying industry. that's it. this revelation is freeing.
Stanley Kubrick fuckind died for telling the truth.
completely agree, all that paranoia and conspiracies are just a big waste of time, move along and do something else with your time, there's nothing to see there
ITT: 10/10 shows only
HERE'S FORTY SHILLINGS ON THE DRUM
One of the best tv shows in a while
>GOAT opening sequence
>No nigger-tier CGI like other shows set in the same time
>Plot that is actually interesting and paced well
>A lot of tits
I just hope the bitch learns Gaelic already
>He watches films on his computer
>he uses an hdmi cable to connect his computer to his big screen TV to watch his kinos
>Jack and Jill
Ghostbusters is Certified Fresh you guys!
By their rules it must have a consistent score of 75% or higher to earn the label certified fresh.
Of course the rules also say editorial can apply it if they fucking want regardless.
It's at 73% now, it hasn't been 75% since RT put out a score. It's hardly been steady, and in no way above 75%.
>the big bad is a flower head monster
why can't anyone design a good monster anymore? this is such a generic design.
Were the critics and audience just plebs? Even the consensus description just makes it look like they didn't get "it". Surely this kino just went over most peoples head, yes?
When did you realize Ramsay was a hack fraud?
The best outcome for the galaxy, and society in general, would have been if Star Wars ended in this way.
Do you agree?
No. The Jedi should have kiled Sheev in Episode 3 thus stopping the sith cycle, saving the galaxy from horrid corruption and establish a strong Jedi council as peace keeping force on a galactic scale.
Everyone would have won.
Scenes that saved movies.
he literally did nothing wrong, purging pirate scum was a noble profession
>people cheered when he died
You have ten seconds to post a more overrated movie.
>protip, you can't.
Ghostbusters Half in the Bag when
I have nothing but a complete lack of surprise that Space Cop was a pathetic, abysmal failure of a film, and I have nothing but scorn and contemptuous laughter for the morons who have been supporting Red Letter Media for years with patronage. Laziness and lack of organisation will ALWAYS shine through, in the end.
Red Letter Media have based their entire schtick around "humorous irony" but this time, when they themselves were put to the test ("can YOU make a good film, with all your supposed knowledge about it?") their true colors shone through for...
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