What does /tv/ think of this show? Thinking about starting this with my girlfriend. I've honestly never herd of it
I watched it earlier in the year with my sister. We were both very surprised at how good the show got towards the end. The first few episodes are a bit slow, but it really picks up after about the third of forth episode.
I'd definitely suggest giving it a go, at least.
I liked it ok. I ran out of things to watch on netflix so I just started watching all the sci fi shows I've never heard of. The android is the best character and the lead chick is the worst.
Trigger warning: it features strong female characters
this show would be a lot better if they stopped having a story each episode
am I really supposed to care about rick and the gang behind the scenes, its just cringe
Agreed. The items themselves should be the story.
If they tightened the focus to like 2 or 3 different items an episode and actually put more emphasis on the historical relevance of each item, the show would be a lot more interesting.
>Agreed. The items themselves should be the story.
This. The items and the history behind them all work, not the "where is that knucklehead Chumlee? Oh look he wants to bang the closing girl that jokester" shit.
But I guess that wouldn't make for good television.
They need to move it to a different goddamn channel for those shenanigans. I want more HISTORY with my History Channel show. Not 30 seconds of quick fucking bullet points.
Somebody rec me some white people sappy sad movies about failures
This is what happens when you think you're smarter than the locals.
Wew lads, when did you realized you would probably be a villain on a superhero world? I would literally do everything Kilgrave did if i had his powers. Force every hot girl i know to fuck me, get all the shit i always wanted for free, live in any house i want with a bunch of slaves. Man lived the dream before Jessica KekJones
This move about Campus Sexual Assault is on CNN right now. Might be hot. Wanna watch?
Crew member was already caught editing Wikipedia.
> A crew member from "The Hunting Ground," a one-sided film about campus sexual assault, has been editing Wikipedia articles to make facts conform with the inaccurate representations in the film.
>Edward Patrick Alva, who is...
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Academy Award Winner as Best Actor incoming.
ITT: Films where nothing happens
>be preteen in early 2000s
>watching comedy central at 2am
>"Warning! This video contains adult content not suitable for children!"
>steel drums begin playing
You are now hearing the theme in your head.
kek my friend ordered a couple of videos once and they kept sending him videos afterwards which he thought were free. Turns out they were billing him the entire time, they just never bothered to tell him.
the commercial was actually not that easy to jack off to, but i remember that i did it. everything was blurred and the cuts were like 5 seconds each. but im proud to say i wanked to completion to that shit
how about you anon?
has anyone watched Sense8?
What is wrong with the ending of No Country for Old Men? The movie just ends while nothing was solved... The fuck. What is wrong with the Coen Brothers.
Yeah, ok, technically he did rape Betty.
But she loved it. No harm, no foul? What does /tv/ think?
Who was the best sith?
I say Darth Sion
I'm fairly partial to Naga Sadow.
webm thread, post your webms
Can we please talk about how great this is? I just finished it and absolutely loved it. I think everyone can relate to the idea of being on the cusp of greatness and just not quite being good enough.
What do you think the cat meant?
Yeah but that's just as far as this film goes. I can't see any greater or deeper meaning than that, and then it becomes very niche.
I mean beyond that specific thing, what does this film offer?
Don't get me wrong it's a good film to have on your resume as a film director, but it's not great in and of itself imo.
The cat was his dead friend reincarnated.
Just kidding, it was merely something to give the movie a comedic edge in the beginning, and provide some cryptic moments in the second half. Cats are just inherently creepy and inspired a lot of superstition for millennia.
Anyway, it was an amazing movie for sure. I'm a bit disappointed the Coens are going back to more screwball comedy with Hail, Caesar! but ILD and A Serious Man show that their best work is definitely ahead of them.
Can you list some films that you'd say go deeper? I'm not arguing your point just yet, but I'm interested in your perspective.
I saw it as success or something. Something positive he's missing in his life.
what does /tv/ think of Mike Tyson Mysteries?