>Game of Thrones fans
Truly the worst.
Love movie nights?
ITT: characters that were absolutely right
>I like standing next to you, Sean. Makes me look so tough.
Andrew Garfield is a pretty good actor, he was great in The Social Network. Kinda glad he's not going to be associated with Spiderman anymore.
The Social Network is a worthless legal drama filled to the brim with indistinguishable characters and Sorkin zingers. A couple of things about it are good (the last shot of the movie) but people over rate the fuck out of it for no reason at all. There is nothing special about it. You know you're in trouble when Justin Timberlake is giving the best performance.
Is 2015 going to be the worst year in recent Oscar history?
So this is the GOAT music film, no?
Even if you're not really into the bands from that era it's still fucking funny. As is anything featuring based Coogan.
>show set in ancient Rome
>everyone has British accents
>show set in the 19th century or earlier
>everyone has immaculate white teeth
> show set in a Fantasy Realm
> American accents everywhere
Give me one
I'd contend that he hasn't really delivered an Oscar-worthy performance yet
Maybe the Wolf of Wall Street? I know people say he just shouts and makes funny faces but I thought there was a lot more to that performance
I have fed up with everyone praising Mad Max: Fury Road like it's the movie of the year and spamming me to watch it. Why should I watch a stupid feminist propaganda with nothing special about it?
>watching man in the meme castle
>someone gets out a bible
>"Those are banned!"
You fucking what m8
Watched Childrend of Men with my sister and she found it "sexist" because it's implyed that men are still fertile.
According to her, or everyone should be unfertile or only men, "since it wouldn't put an opressed group in an even lower level".
Do you agree? Is it sexist?
>one is a gritty dark crime drama with some sci fi elements and moderate pacing
>one is a bright, ADHD paced typical capeshit steeped up to its neck in supernatural and metaphysical stuff
>LETS BRING THEM TOGETHER!
Why do writers do this? Can you imagine how much worse Nolans' Batmanverse would have been if they decided to add in Superman or some other god-tier elements?
I actually just remembered these shows were connected last episode while watching Flash.
What the fuck is even going on in Arrow? Do they acknowledge that there are portals to Universe 2 open?
That's how it is in the comics, you know Batman's on the JLA right and they tackle world conquerors and monsters from beyond right? do you know anything about comics or do you just come up with these stupid arguments out of the blue with zero thought put into them?
Will we ever see this story happen cinematically?
Is there anyone on this planet more pathetic than Kevin Smith?