Thoughts? It was pretty ok.
I'm glad they're not magically bringing Moriarty back to life even though his character is great
I actually suspect they will, if not magically.
What are their options?
>It's an intricate pre-planned plot from beyond the grave
Shit. Predicated on Moriarty's assumption of his own failure at Reichenbach.
>It's someone just using the image to get attention for whatever dumb reason
Shit. Also doesn't explain "He is dead, but I know what he'll do next".
>It's someone literally pretending to be Moriarty
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I really didn't like how it was mainly a setup device. Keeping it as just a classical Sherlock story would have been so much better and instead it's hamfistedly part of the current plot
I think the twins theory has legs and might explain why they touched on it, apparently he has one in the books too. Still doesn't really make sense with the reichenbach fall if it was all planned.
1 hour until my favourite /tv/ tradition starts again.
Get in here lads for take me out discussion and stream
this is feminist propaganda that objectifies men, and i will have no part in watching this preposterous offal. the scumlords at ITV will be on the receiving end of a rather ill-tempered letter
>extended sex scene
>mom walks in
>watch movie with dad
>he grins and turns the volume up
HE A GOOD BOY HE DINDU NUFFIN HE ABOUT TO GET HIS LIFE ON TRACK
>gets falsely imprisoned
>sue's the Sheriff's Department for $36 million
>suddenly gets accused of another murder
absolutely nothing suspicious about this
>I am sooo bored! Omg
>I need to get out and party! Woo
>I need to have some fun, go crazy! Like omg
Why is it only girls experience these insatiable desire to 'go crazy' during their teen/early 20's years, and why is this trope so prevalent in television and film?
Is it a nature thing to get young girls to breed while they're most fertile?
I've literally never experienced this feel as a male, and I don't understand it.
What kind of anime do you approve of, /tv/? /a/ is absolutely autistic and only likes moeshit.
is this show any good?
You just know
Carrie Fisher fucked the entire crew of Star Wars BUT Lucas
Lucas was completely faithful to his wife, which is why when she cucked him he spiraled into a depression so severe he thought the prequels where good ideas
>he made Star Wars backwards
>after being left and having rotted away into an empty husk, he felt he knew what he must do for the prequel's story
>make it all about the downward spiral of a great legend who was manipulated by the wrong people and is now seen as a villain to mimic his own life
This man was a hero. 2016 confirmed to be a shite year.
are you shitlords ready to learn why you support rape culture if you call rey a mary sue?
You just know
How was this film, /tv/?
Tony's new video, on Memories of Murder and character framing/staging
One of his best vids in a while
Tell me /tv/ would you guys watch a film with the following plot?
A race of people are forced to leave their home planet in search of a new habitable planet. This has been a long time coming, as the race has massively destroyed/used up the resources of its current home. Each continent is able to build its bio-dome ship (roughly the size of russia) and set off into space searching for a place to call home.
Many of the poor vagrants get left behind. some of the ships choose to settle in orbit and just live out their lives on the ship forever. Others become jaded and deal with mutiny and turn to smuggling/piracy.
The movie takes place a few hundred years after all of this goes down. Space is run amok, with no governing bodies, and people doing whatever they want. Our heroes find they must travel back to their home world in search of a relic that is said to allow them to travel space at the speed of light so that they may escape the now turbulent area of space they inhabit.
it turns out, without people realizing it, that the people are humans, the planet is earth, its 4000AD, and surprise, the engine that allows for light speed is a myth
Reminder that Quentin Tarantino will never again direct a film as good as either of these two again.