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Who here /rubbernecking/ ?
>with the best
Rubbernecking with the best
Dr Penguin is the best one, but he is basically he his own character now.
Colton Lancington: Renegade Space Cop
>I'm not gonna drain you completely. You'll be my slave. Because I don't think you're worthy of human blood, you'll feed on the blood of stray dogs. You'll be my footstool. And at my command, you'll lick the dog shit from my boot heel. Since you'll be my dog, your new name will be "Spot". Welcome to slavery.
teebh I would have taken that deal
No BarfyMan362 you cannot rape my mother with a knife
All jokes and memes aside, now ask your heart, can we all agree Batman v Superman is a better film than Civil War?
Can someone explain this ending to me?
Tom believed he had an imaginary friend named Rain Man but actually he was calling his brother, Raymond. In the end he realized he couldn't take care of Raymond and sent him back to the assisted living facility
Would Will Smith be a good Obama for a biopic?
He wants an Oscar and it could be a good chance for him.
Look behind you...
Of all the forced memes I've seen emerge from this place, the biggest one by far is that the original ghostbusters is some infallible classic. I watched it for the first time today and I'm completely convinced the praise for this shit flick comes from bitter millenials looking for reasons to say bad things about women or blacks or whatever.
This movie is no sacred cow and you should all be happy remake is even reminding reminding people that this shit existed.
Nobody cared about ghostbusters before the remake was announced.
>it's a Rooney wonders why Mara's hair doesn't pop right off and why there isn't a LEGO stud on the top of her head episode
Why isn't he in more stuff?
What was Brendan Fraiser's best role
>no memes please
The one where he plays a panicky but loveable oaf who is uplifted from his usual setting into a new one which is bizarre and alien to him.
>That's exactly Karl Pilkington
Brendan Frasier playing Karl when in a biopic movie?
I don't know where else to ask this. But has anyone observed how kids watch TV today? I'm babysitting two 6 year old boys. And I noticed that they simply love to rewind and rewatch the same thing again and again.
But that's not the strangest thing. The real puzzle, is that they get stuck on commercials. They'll watch a commercial a dozen times or more. Especially if the commercial is a preview to a cartoon. Right now they're stuck on a Shrek 2 promo that plays during the credits of another show.
Is this normal behavior?
what are some good films about American independence, /tv/?
it seems so long ago...
>240 years ago was almost 420 years ago
Seth Rogan as George Washington when?