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i'm specifically going to look out for people on reddit who haven't seen it yet and msg spoilers to their inbox
haha that's what you get for being a kek
How would you save capeshit?
Oo-la-wang choo koo-chee-pa-tie tan-ga ris-pa ta ya lee oh
Yo, AHHHHHHHHH, YAL-LIE
Will it suck?
The battlefield earth of our time.
Prove me wrong.
>cringe worthy b-movie tier acting and script, in the context of junk-food spiritualism/religion and a perplexing sci-fi angle
>crawling in my skin-tier social criticism and understanding of history
Original Cut or Redux? I usually go for extended versions or Director's Cut, but since Coppola full senile/Lucas, I don't know. (What the fuck was Twixt, holy shit. How can one fall so low?)
Who are you /tv/?
What does /tv/ think of Creed?
Who's your favourite SW prequel character?
KINGSMOOT ARE YOU READY FOR S6 of GAME OF THRONES
Season 6 is including all the stuff from books 4 and 5 thst didnt make it last season. Jaime in Riverlands, Sam's journey to Oldtown, Bran learning tree internet, kingsmoot, etc. Euron and victarion are being merged, which I'm okay with tbqh. Some people say they've seen an actor on set that fulfills Aeron's role but there's been no official casting announcement
What the fuck were Matt and Trey thinking? I didn't even mind the "muh guns are bad" message of the episode because it was an obvious strawman done for comedy. But at least get a basic understanding of guns before commenting on them.
>the "muh guns are bad" message of the episode
Was it though? Didn't they resolve all of their arguments by pointing guns at each other and then saying "gee we should have had these the whole time." And the fact that no one was killed by guns the whole episode. It was obviously an exageration of the argument that "everyone should have guns to be safe" done for comedic effect, but yet the portrayal of that view was nothing but positive in the episode, overall.
That's the whole joke, you're expected to believe they'll kill themselves but they end up resolving everything. It's played for comedy though because in the real world they'd have shot themselves
what happened to mad max
huge scale scenes, elaborate fantasy, clumsy flash backs, cg everywhere, american actors all over the place, generic dramatic music, the main chatater changed his personality to a generic hero
So I just finished Parks and Rec and i most say it wasnt as awesome as the internt had led me to believe the seris finale was sorta bland as most episodes and I never felt like i got attacthed to a single person. I loved the Office and it is sorta my comfort show so I thought I would love Park and recs for that reason,
Did I ruin my view on parks and rec with watching the office first? What are your thoughts on both shows
The finale of s6 was much better than the series finale. The whole last season was really forced.
It was a really comfy show, but it had no reason to do the documentary format that the office did.
Yeah the s6 finale I really didnt like all that much but I think it should have ended the series there. I felt so much more involed with the people in the office. When I watched Parks I honestly felt the feeling of "Oh, these people are doing stuff neat" I never felt sad or excited for a person the only person that got any emotion out of me was Jamm. I felt like he was a real slim ball and that felt real
>tfw you were supposed to find a gf in time to watch star wars with but now you can't go watch it even though you're not a massive fan of the movies but still want to be a part of the fun
*dead eyed stare*
>tfw gf when seeing tfw no gf threads
Looks like shit.