so evil dead 1 and army of darkness aren't canon?
Army of Darkness isn't, they didn't want to have Universal involved in making this, and rightly so. Evil Dead II retcons some of Evil Dead to begin with, but there's no rights issue there and I think some of the spliced in footage in the premiere was from the first movie.
All of them are canon, Ash is just an unreliable narrator so bits and pieces of each movie are spliced. I wouldn't be surprised if the finale has Ash going back in time to complete the progression from 1 to 2 to AoD throughout this season.
>trading a visionary genius for a standard hollywood hack
where did it all go so wrong, /tv/?
Star Wars episode 7 is like this pool of shit. Does the rest of the world simply enjoy eating shit?
Will any TV show ever come close to being as consistently great as The Wire or Sopranos?
>it's a Mcnulty pretends to be a cereal killer and kidnaps a homeless man episode
What does /tv/ think of the neon demon? I suspect it's going to be bad based on the cast
this faggot was embarassing and that tragic acting didn't help
>implying you wouldnt get hyped as shit if your commanding officer gave this speech
Would you happen to be Jewish? did his amazing speech trigger you?
I have 2 questions:
1) In the end of "Return of the Jedi" it is implied that the empire is defeated for good. However, in TFA (which plays apx 30 years after) the first order is big enough enough to build a base/weapon bigger than the original death star. How? Wouldn't they be nearly extinguished by now?
2) Who is Snoke? (the supreme leader) I thought the last Sith died in Vader after he killed the emperor? Or is the dark side some kind of disease/parasite that seeks a new host once the old one died?
Jacen Solo and Ben Solo
Darth Caedus and Kylo Ren
Which depiction of the dark Solo son was better?
Which character did you prefer?
And who would win in a fight?
Jacen was a master of the Dark Side, an amazing pilot, great leader and handsome.
Kylo (Ben) would never stand a chance, but literary characters are almost always overpowered compared to movie characters.
What do you guys think of this show
It was surprisingly good.
A little over the top at times, and I don't think it got as many seasons as it deserved, so some story lines feel rushed, but solid entertainment.
Decent cast as well.
You just know he's going to get unceremoniously killed off by Snoke or Kylo in the next movie.
Why does everyone hate this movie so much? I just watched it and loved it. What say /tv/?
How can one man be so funny, innovative, and HANDSOME?
What's his secret?
Harrison Ford: "I'm very excited to work with Steven Spielberg again and do Indiana Jones 5"
Why does Ford like the Indy series so much more than Star Wars?
I don't get it.
So it needs to consume a star to charge, right? So how did it fire the first time? Did it already have a charge? Did it only take half of the star's energy the first time than the rest the second time? Does it move around from star to star to get it's charge? Does it just take a little bit of the star at a time?
Can someone explain this to me. I think I missed something.
I just assumed it traveled between starsystems like the Death Star could.
It's kind of interesting to think about. In order to destroy one system with a shot, it has to destroy a second system first as fuel.
He's still got it. So when is his next action film coming out?
Oh shit Wendell was right
>So when is his next action film coming out?
Is he still filming those Little Debbie commercials?