What am I in for /tv/? Bought it and a bunch of other movies from the local movie rental place since it shut down.
Don't mind me just one of the best movies of all time
Its not bait you capeshit or imdbshit or reviewshit
The movie has one of the most interesting tones of any movie. It's suspenseful for the entire film and has a lot of stunning visuals. It's a great film.
>somehow manage to avoid seeing even a fragment of an episode of this show
>roommate with netflix says we should watch it because he's seen all of it and he thinks i'd find it hilarious
>starts up first episode
>no jokes, just awkward laugh track
>nph's character is awful
so it goes
people actually like this shitshow?
who /reactionvideos/ here?
I've seen two guys, this one and another kaffir who was smaller and fatter.
The guy in your pic was cooler but all in all, not that entertaining. Old fathers and grandfathers have the best reactions, when it's not faked.
Do you guys like the Flash? I think it's pretty fun.
Why did he use his magic only once in six movies? When he turns the trolls into stone. Do his spells have a six movie cooldown?
>watching a movie
>can't hear anything over my chewing
when will technology solve this
What are some movies that on first watch work as mostly serious but when you rewatch them they become very funny? In a good way, I mean.
Pic related is one for me. Tons of stuff made me laugh once I knew the character better after watching the whole movie.
>Pic related is one for me. Tons of stuff made me laugh once I knew the character better after watching the whole movie.
Seriously? I was laughing on the first watch. Not bragging, but I have a much higher intellect than the average individual which probably explains our different first viewing experiences.
I mean no offence my friend and ally but you are a fucking retard if you didn't find this movie hilarious on first watch. DeNiro gives one of the greatest comedic performances of all time
>I have a much higher intellect than the average individual
>its a peggy thinks shes a genius but is really as intelligent as jimmy wichard the town retard
>it's a Peggy is a stereotypical portrayal of a typical middle age housewife who has never had any real accomplishments but is still uppity about things she makes up
Peggy is supposed to annoy you. Imo they go too far and make the show almost unwatchable at times with her, but you're not supposed to agree with her actions.
People will see the movie because of this trailer.
People will want to see the advertised fun Superman and Batman movie.
>Watching Godzilla Movie
>それは私ではありません starts playing
>in a godzilla thread
>dubs start getting checked
just watched 1-13 today, bretty gud. you can notice fey's influence on the show. Does /tv/ hate it?
Do you agree?
DUDE IM EVIL LMAO
I got a sense that he had a more complex motivation than that from the trailers, but not much better. I mean, is it really just a big Gladiator match to him? Put the two action figures together and make them fight? It kind of makes him seem like a child.