This show will be cancelled but later on become a cult classic.
It's honestly has South Park like social commentary and the humor is pretty funny. Sometimes it's quirky but it's a comedy about a sorority.
What did /tv/ think of this movie?
I was very impressed by the amount of detail and knowledge in everything Roman that Daniel Lee displayed. The architecture, weaponry, combat style, and combat formations were all pinpoint. The combat choreography by Jackie Chan was also top notch. It seems a bit off to see chan not using prop combat but he handles weapons and all sorts of different weaponry very well. The chained sword and arm gauntlet were my favorites. Overall very enjoyable movie. Those 36 nations working together evoked some powerful emotions.
Yeah that was a bit of unfortunate casting. It's also a stretch to think the Romans and Chinese cavorted but Chan and Lee made at least a semibelievable scenario as to how it could happen.
Hey anon, what are some movies starring black actors where the film has nothing to do with race, not many right?
Uhura dies in Star Trek: Beyond ;_;
What went wrong?
I'm going to kill myself tomorrow
>HE CAN'T KEEP GETTING AWAY WITH IT
>you will never ask a 16 year old Natalie Portman if she is an angel, making her smile and saying she is glad to have met you
It's horror night tonight.
I thought it was okay desu, feels like a direct-to-DVD movie but if you wanted to see the lore of the first movie expanded on and more creepy snuff films then that's what you get here.
Alright /tv/, let's see your other tastes
National Board of Review names Fury Road best film and Tarantino wins best screenplay
>anti male pro-fem "we are not things" propaganda named best film
>anti-white pro-black "warm black dingus" propaganda wins best screenplay
How does this not prove /tv/ right?
What's the angriest you've ever gotten at watching a TV show or movie?
Saving private ryan upham staying on the stairs while the german soldier kills his friend, and the thread can now be closed.
This is the only good Marvel movie, prove me wrong.
>Log onto /tv/
>No one's talking about Spike Lee Joint's
>No posts regarding the new Spike Lee Joint Chi-Raq
What the fuck /tv/?
What christmas movie do you watch every year without fail