>hipster operator doesn't need sunglasses in mexico
ITT we post movies that serve as a litmus to discern retards from humans
I just saw it for the third time and just noticed that for a brief moment Rey uses Finn's (formerly, Poe's) jacket. He gives it to her when she's doing the thing to the things in the THERMAL OSCILLATOR thing, when they go out to the cold. It's like finally she agrees to be helped by Finn, so probably love will start to flow soon.
Dunno, just wanted to point something out that I hadn't read before to feel important.
I saw that the first time around. I wouldn't call it love. I mean, the girl isn't exactly wearing winter friendly clothing, while Finn is already wearing a long sleeved shirt.
I'd offer a friend a jacket.
How pumped are you for the Sherlock Special, /tv/?
>Riker marries Troi
>after she's already been ruined by Worf's thick black ridged Klingon Kock
Would she even be able to feel human dick after that?
Or does she just fake it?
Also, the correct answer:
I'm 5 minutes in, when does it get good?
What went wrong ?
Absolutely nothing. David O. Russell is the ultimate pleb filter.
>‘Where’s the Joy?” a husband asked during a marital dispute in Alan Rudolph’s Mortal Thoughts (1991). His flustered quest for meaning, satisfaction (and a dishwashing product) captured the irony of working-class survival and consumerism. Rudolph’s priceless perception returns in David O. Russell’s Joy. Russell’s appreciation of the drive toward meaning and satisfaction makes Joy the most enjoyable — and relatable-to — movie of the season.
>More than a bio-pic about Joy Mangano, the inventor of the Miracle Mop, who launched an empire through TV’s QVC network, Joy offers a good-natured, unsentimental cultural analysis. It is keenly attuned to the eccentricities of what social scientists and politicians call late capitalism — although Russell knows better than to be so obvious. Like the much-missed Rudolph, who hasn’t made a film in years, Russell sees complex humor in American experience. Introducing Mangano’s hectic household, Russell embraces the mess of blended families, with conflicting personalities and ambitions, as joy.
>For Russell, joy results from empathetic resolve, a quality that makes Mangano his ideal subject. Before she becomes a celebrity, Joy (Jennifer Lawrence) is a supreme juggler of the difficulties in her life: raising two children in the same house with her bedridden mother (Virginia Madsen) and her doting grandmother (Diane Ladd), while her ex-husband, Tony (Édgar Ramírez) lives in the basement. Complications mount with Mangano’s father (Robert De Niro) and sister, Peggy (Elisabeth Röhm); Joy and Peggy’s rivalries are increased by their parents’ divorce and the demands of the family auto-garage business.
Is he Jewish?
ITT: we have watched Sicario more than twice and will watch it again before the year 2016 because it was the only decent movie in 2015.
Such a stupid fucking movie. Riddled with plotholes. Why would a cartel hide dead bodies inside the walls of a house in a suburb? Why not just dig a ditch with a Bobcat and bury them?
>le I'm so awkard and lethargic!
This shitstain is literally famous for doing what white comedians have been doing for decades. Only he does it far, far worse. But I guess people are impressed with black """""comedians""""" that can make focus on subjects other than sloots and race.
Stand up comedy is dead.
> It's a patient has a seizure on the CT scan episode
This was quite literally one of the coolest films I have watched.
You're gonna have to give a better answer than that if you want me to actually binge the whole movie.
So, was the BLACK DINGUS story just a lie to provoke the General? Because that's the impression I got of the scene.
What's your movie of the year?
>pic related, mine
Is Six Feet Under any good?
I've always seen nothing but praise of this show and it's apparently spectacular ending, but I've literally never seen ONE thread actually discussing it in my 7 years of browsing /tv/.