"I'm not afraid of death. I'm an old physicist. I'm afraid of time."
What did he mean by this?
Just booked two tickets for 18th December to see some Star Wars VII.
What am in for /tv/
ITT the edgiest movie you've seen
Just watched this for the first time.
who here HYPE??
Dont mind me, just best TV wife coming through.
Do you think actresses regret getting Rogened? Do you think their stock goes down when the audience sees their sexy bodies being crushed by Rogen's fat frame? Does it do their career harm, being Rogened?
POLICE THAT MUSTACHE!!
Loved that show. Generation Kill was thrilling watch that was capable of humour while also presenting a gripping narrative and an unrelenting depiction of the Iraq invasion of 2003.
Really good book, also, would recommend reading. Great adaptation.
Will they ever base a TV series on Evan Wright's American Desperado? I heard a film deal was in the works years ago so its probably in development hell, but i'd like to see it done in a 10 part series.
Does anyone have one of those episode guides for ST: Voyager?
I'm into season 3 now and the standalone episodes are starting to wear on me.
So /tv/ what did you think?
>halfway through season 1
when does this get good? did /tv/ ruse me again?
Senpai. Tbh (to be honest). I thought the same. I made it to season two however. It's meh tier.
Miss me yet?
Kind of, although interstellar was disappointing and TDKR was absolute shit. I'm glad he's taking a break, though. Get some rest, get his ideas in order, feed his whale of a wife. Then he'll come back with something good.
TELL ME ABOUT NOLAN, WHY DOES HE STOP MAKING MOVIES?
So why is this movie hated? Is it because it got critical acclaim?
The apple doesn't fall far from the tree, but the seed is smothered in its parent's shade. Then it's time to call the doctor.
Look. It's not season 1, and it sort of spins its wheels in the middle, but then knocks it out of the park.
I loved it. Neo-noir at its greatest. It does have a few weird beats and some stilted dialogue, but honestly, I can look past that. Great series. My heart was pounding the whole finale.
What are some good movies that dont just use a normal chronological narrative?
Like flash back or flash forward, or a split narrative where you go between the perspectives of a lot of characters.
I know Pulp Fiction is a good example, but I'm trying to teach it to some media students and I want something appropriate for their age (14-15 year olds)
Any and all help is appreciated, and any clips you could share would be good.
Hey Sheevposters, did you know that Yoda's first name is minch?
Where are your memes now?