I'm very sick and I'm going to watch an episode of mst3k with my mom. Recommend me a good mike episode
>tfw there will never ever be a Stargate movie with O'Neill, Mitchell, Teal'c, Jackson, Carter, Vala, Shepard, Mckay, Ronan and Teyla
It brought her to tears guys ;___;
What does the Superman say to the Batman?
What does everyone think about this?
there's already a thread
but its a dumb casting choice, I like elba but this is the first time the series has ever been adapted and Susannah is already a progressive character
Hopefully this is just to stir up early buzz and theyll cast someone else
Is she the perfect example of a videogenic actress?
Why is she so much more attractive on video than in pictures?
>be a literally fucking who in the UK
>only appeared on mock the week once or twice
>come to america
>get given his own tv show
Recommend some patrician cinema - /tv/.
>Universal Pictures grossed $6.7 billion at the box office this year in large part due to its studio chairman, a half-Egyptian woman who embraces diversity. When is Hollywood going to understand that is almost always a winning game plan?
>Donna Langley was named The Hollywood Reporter’s Entertainment Executive of the Year for good reason. Universal’s 2015 slate included Furious 7, Jurassic World, Pitch Perfect 2, Trainwreck, Straight Outta Compton and Minions. Langley was also responsibly for successfully wooing Fifty...
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but she really didn't embrace diversity.
Jurassic Park and FF were franchises that brought in most of that.
You have the NWA movie but again that is a puff piece.
And what else? A singing movie..and that is about it.
FF had a real life death that put that over the top and Jurassic Park movies do huge business.
Golden Globes nominations in less than one hour.
Who you got?
Best supporting role
>Eddie Redmayne and Eddie Redmayne
that would be glorious
all the feminist will be angry because a cis actor played a woman but they wont be able to rage because the film is pro lgbt /trans
>watch wolf of wallstreet
>I want to become a millionaire now
how do I do this?
Really not feeling good after watching this. It really was a cinema of violence. And that's the most powerful type.
The whole business of showing the building of success and then the fame was fantastic, the quantity of footage on the most unexpected times is very disconcerting, in many of them, the feeling is that it shouldn't exist and you shouldn't be watching it, but it damn does, and with the editing, the punches over 2 hours only can get stronger.
It's strangely nauseating when the end comes, because by then you are free of the media image, the thing so overused and ridiculized for years without end, and this end of the person is a pretty awful business. There's a feeling of hopelessness in the air, and it's a terrible feel, as you people must know, even if you can shrug it off a couple minutes later.
I do feel quite guilty of joking around at the time when she was falling apart inside the cage of the public's eyes. But, it is a thing I understand it's inevitable. The scorn, the banter, the verbal aggression: that all made sense because it was to the character, the thing you could see. But then when you have the resources and get a complex view of the person, everything changes.
And it's crazy, because if she didn't die, there wouldn't be no film, no eulogies, no guilty feelings. She could very well still be dying in front of everybody and who would give a fuck? Not me, I guess.
What the fuck is left to me? "I'm sorry, Amy Winehouse, I was a cunt enjoying your slow suicide". That means shit now.
That was not exactly a review, I'm trying to get my head clear. This watching got to me, I am not even sure I am expressing things correctly. It was quite hurtful. What are your feelings on this film, mates? I know it's the kind of thing to easily attract memers and shitposters, but I hope they can resist.
>it's a jeremy makes a pervy comment to a female audience member standing at the front and she laughs awkwardly episode
>it's a Jeremy gets himself and his co-stars fired and Top Gear gets cancelled episode
>youtube is /tv/
So this was fucking awful. Literally whos, the video.
What's the name of this hairstyle?