>mfw I have discovered God's love, and do not need the solace of 4chan and false idols no longer.
you should join us, friend.
What am I in for?
You just watched a series of nightmares dreamed up by a fucked-up film student strung together into a quasi-cohesive narrative.
Mostly, it's about the inherent fears and stressors involved with parenthood and commitment.
Was this shit really that bad?
Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell both seem to think it was a critical and commercial success, and they speak highly of it in their interviews.
Why do people like this show? It's so boring and slow-paced!
find a better sports movie
protip: you can't
We all know she's a pretty lady, but is she actually a good actress? I feel like she's been pretty good in most things.
Where should I sit?
Who else hype for Rocky 7?
The Beacon! The Beacon of Amon Din is lit!
>walk out of walmart, wearing new order stormtrooper shirt from the force awakens.
>lord of autism comes up, wearing his starwars hoodie, gives me a thumbs up signal, while also zipping down said hoodie to show his starwars shirt.
Fucking hell, why is the starwars fandom, so fucking cancerous?
I feel like there's been little to no discussion of this on /tv/, so what't the verdict? What did you guys think?
I thought it was pretty good, I'm a massive fan of alt-history. Acting is alright, and the story is pretty out-there, I don't know what they're going for with the show because it's vastly different from the novel.
I'm guessing it will be dealing with some time-travel or parallel universe nonsense in the end though.
I thought it was okay. Interesting concept, very good atmosphere and general "feel" to the show, but the main characters sucked and the whole story about the films was confusing. Also the writing seemed poor sometimes.
Like all of Philip K. Dick's works, great ideas but that's about it. It could have been great but from the start the show was doomed.
the Japanese were insanely viscous and evil (culturally, a lot of them still are) they compared the non Japanses to wood and sent them to 'lumber mills', They made a sport of the rape of Nanking in their newspapers. They were ruthless and armed to the teeth with suicidal soldiers
Their depiction in Man in the High Castle is laughably tame. The Nazi side is spot on, Americans did identify with the Nazis and there were American/Nazi groups who thought of America as better off in a fascist state.
Has /tv/ "cut the cord"?