Was game of thrones season 6 the worst season in tv history?
Except the good acting and a well made battle sequance, the season was a huge mess. This video explain in detail, why season 6 did not work.
>it's a Mark is a creationist episode
What is the more DEPRESSING AS FUCK DOGKINO.... My Dog Skip or Marley and Me?
dogs are stupid. they literally eat their own shit. cats are just the best
ITT : Movie only you like
That's the point.
Would my British gf understand and enjoy this film?
I've seen it yesterday
director's cutand it was pretty cool. Very mature compared to marvel movies. I've counted like 2-3 quips. I don't understand why /tv/ hates it. I agree that doomsday and wonder woman shouldn't appear in this movie. Lex Luthor was somehow interesting. There were many references to god and religion. They could depict Lex as a guy who wants to become a god and create doomsday but batman and superman eventually won't let him now. Overall 7/10. I really liked the post apocalyptic dream of Bruce. Would be cool to...
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What went right?
It was written for a full season in mind with full arcs. As soon as the writers strike wrecked the second season the show fell into hyper arcing where problems were resolved in 2-3 episodes.
MI: 1 > MI: 5 > MI: 4 > MI: 3 > MI: 2
Red pill me on Power Rangers, ive only ever seen the toys.
D.B. Cooper movie when?
Did he die?
$200,000 in $10's and $20? that had to be like 200 lbs.
for you young dudes and non Americans
Why does America produce the best cartoons, the best tv shows, and the best movies?
What fundamentally separates White Americans with their rugged individualism from their yuropoor counterparts?
Critical thinking and appreciation of all forms of art. Europeans won't narrow their taste to an specific kind of content but to everything that is produced around the world since is, in it's own right, a reflection of it original culture. That's the main difference between us and americans.
Why was this fucker in the movie again? Seriously, he's the only thing keeping it from being a 10/10
>Deadline reports that Jake Kasdan (director of the criminally unappreciated comedy classic Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story) will be directing this remake and the film will be hitting theaters this Christmas. Little is known at this moment about how much the new film’s plot will resemble the original’s, but I’m sure you can expect even crazier CGI animal shenanigans to abound.
Get some rest Pam, you look tired.
What's a terrible show you like?