This show was so unrealistic. Multiple times an episode there's violence in the streets and nobody ever gets a visit from the coppers. Just, broad daylight crimes getting ignored
>It's an Inside-his-mind episode.
Is It's Always Sunny in Philidelphia /tv/ approved?
You guys are okay, don't come to Alderaan next Friday.
You sure about that? You wouldn't be lying to me, Mr. Tarkin, would you?
Some of you guys are alright. Don't come to Luke's training academy tomorrow.
This talented sonofabitch is making kfc commercials great for the first time ever. Somehow he pulled it off. Based Norm McDonald.
How excited are you for this movie /tv/?
I only care about Cara and Margot
>he hasn't watched season 1 and 2 yet
>it's a Lisa joins in group of feminist computer programmers episode
I just marathoned Black Mirror and I thought that I had just finished season 1, but when I tried to look for more eps it turns out that the whole thing so far is only 7 episodes since 2011.
Why are there so few episodes? this thing is too good.
>Even (You) have never faced such a test...
What did he mean by this?
Why is Hades in movies always the villain? In greek mythology he is one of the nicest gods, while Zeus and Poseidon are huge assholes
ALL the gods are assholes in greek mythology. hades is singled out because he guards the underworld and souls of the dead which immediately conjures images of hell and lucifer in a modern mind.
People are afraid of death, and Hades' earthen dominion houses the dead. So they mistake him as the god of death and therefore someone to be feared.
He was a kidnapper, though. Not that any recent movie ever depicted that.
because Hades as the greeks envisioned him was an overworked accountant who spent eternity counting souls in his underworld cubicle. a character like that is too boring to bother paying for the cgi to bring him to life. since greek mythology doesnt have a truly villainous deity, an obvious solution is to just make hades satan; killing two birds with one stone by getting rid of the boring accountant and injecting a real villain into the pantheon
Just blasted through all 7 seasons in about a week, its been about 12 hours since I watched the finale, I've never felt this down about getting to the end of a show.
I need something to fill the whole, should I watch it again or something similar?
Also Parks and Recs thread.
>12 times nominated
Forget about Leo, Deakins must be #1 on the Academy's shitlist.
And now he's past his peak, doomed to doing self-parodic sunset and silhouette shots for mediocre hacks like Villeneuve.
Lubezki will stomp him again next year, even though it's gonna be for his gimmicky work on Revenant, from the most inauthentic director alive, rather for his lovely collaboration with Malick.
Deakins makes for boring and safe choices in cinematography and whatever digital he thinks he mastered, an actual director and auteur - David Fincher 'mastered' it far better.
He is just a director of photography which bad directors use to mask their terrible directing.
When he is pushed he is pretty good like in No Country for Old Men.
I am a total pleb with this stuff. What is wrong with his digital cinematography as opposed to what Fincher (or his DP rather) does?
All the films Deakins films I've seen have always been top notch. The cinematography is just ''flashy'' enough where you can notice certain things and appreciate them, but also subdued enough where it doesn't get in the way of the story.
>Leonardo DiCaprio and girlfriend Kelly Rohrbach have officially broken up
awww not again
>Victoria Secret goes DEFCON 4