>Jews invented spark plugs to control global traffic
Literally /pol/: the character
post movies coming out this year that you're looking forward to
OH BABY I HEAR THE BLUES ARE CALLING
>get me a beer, son
heh. what he really wanted to say was, get me a queer, son. amirite?
one of my favorite shows and favorite characters, to be honest.
>18h of David Lynch
I know I shouldn't be but I'm hyped.
I've been let down by so many TV shows I don't dare let myself hope. Not until I've seen the last episode, and seen it get praised by critics, audiences and 4chan, win awards and be celebrated as the greatest tv show ever and David Lynch's crowning triumph, will I allow myself to get retrospectively hype
This is a very good guilty pleasure show
>will Claude ever be happy?
Well I'm sorry to hear that
>DUDE WEED LMAO
ITT: Characters who are literally you
Never in my life have I felt an energy in the building like I did when Batman walked out at the BvS fight scene. It was next level shit, like a mild psychotropic drug induced state. The guy had complete unfettered control of the crowd the entire time, like some weird spazzy vigilante pied piper. It was amazing.
You just have to experience it for yourself in person, I cannot do it justice with words.
So in video games, ludonarrative dissonance is where the gameplay and setting of the video game, contradict the story, so for example, in the Uncharted game cutscenes, Drakes often like "Nooo theres no such thing as the supernatural, that's impossible, why would anyone believe these myths from this old man?" while for the past hour in gameplay he's been shooting fucking yetis and undead.
What is it called when this happens in film though? When characters blatantly act fucking retarded to drive the plot forward pulling you out of the film, or characters...
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That would be the other example of it where Drake doesn't want to kill people and the villains are all bad people because they shot a couple of people, but Drake kills entire armies of mercenaries in his adventures.
Reminder that if you have not watched this in one uninterrupted sitting, your opinion means nothing
Unless you've watched THIS in one uninterrupted sitting your opinion means nothing
Why aren't you watching it, /tv/?
Give me something to watch with my waifu please we're drunk
I'm not gonna post a picture of her because you will insult her to be le ebin trolls so here's a pic of something I found on your board
female directors you unironically respect
>Debris is shaped like a cross
Truly, the best movie we could've hoped for.
It also signifies that Bruce blames the "god" Superman for the destruction of Metropolis.
He saved a little girl from the steel beam, and finds out that she's become an orphan like him. In that moment Bruce hears thunder from the sky and sees a fiery rain of debris brought in by Superman, and gives him a hateful glare, implying that he's projecting the girl's tragic loss of her parents with his own, and initiating his crusade for revenge against Superman.