Will this movie break 1 billion in domestic box office?
You really think that will matter. The people that would even consider reading reviews before watching STAR WARS is so already a tiny fraction, and of those people, only a tiny fraction would be stopped by anything short of THIS MOVIE IS ABSOLUTE HORSESHIT from each and every reviewer.
Face it, the reviews will range from acceptable to bretty gud and every single human in the country will eat this up except for mega-antinerd ultracontrarians.
Why is this show so comfy and funny? One of the best sitcoms ever.
I watched Daredevil and just finished Jessica Jones, still hungry for more capeshit.
Which show i should watch next?
Help me /tv/, I want to get comfy. What should I watch that is top tier comfy?
I rewatch the plinkett reviews sometimes when i'm browsing and shitposting. alternatively you can watch some moeshit anime. k-on is great
bretty comfy for me.
Can we get a "fuck you I like it"-core thread?
Something about this film made me very melancholy. The lighting and color correction was very beautiful and dreamlike. I liked Stephen Dorff's performance, I thought it was a realistic representation of a Hollywood actor who stars in garbage movies. The scene where he's trying to cry but can't got to me.
So it's settled? DC lost?
literally reddit: the character
Who would win?
As a transgirl, I think it's great we're getting movies and tv shows like this.
As a man in a dog outfit, I think that Wilfred is a great show and very progressive.
Are there any worthwhile Pauly Shore movies?
>this videogame has superior plot than the pringles and the original trilogy
How do you deal with the fact that your medium is a joke?
Is Bob's Burgers the funniest animated program on tv right now?
I don't get why R&M is highly regarded as "funny." There were very few genuinely funny parts in the show. Most of its value, if you can call it that, comes from the wacky ass shit they do.
But it doesn't hold as a comedy. I really doesn't.
>apes complain humans are treating them like animals, stage uprising
>still ride horses and treat other animals like animals
Weren't the apes hypocrites?
What's your opinion on this? I though it was a great show, especially later half.
Post GOAT scenes that aren't from beloved/critically acclaimed movies
It's a great movie. Everyone hates it.
The way Wes Anderson treats death in his films always gets to me. It's so random and out of the blue, and people just move on with regret and melancholy. Nobody ever talks about it directly. That's why I think Darjeeling Limited is a really sad film to watch. It's like seeing people in total denial, if that makes sense.
>tfw you can see a still from the scene when Ned and Steve first met as the helicopter crashed