What does /tv/ think of the movies about my country?
I was just thinking about Luke Cage while making breakfast for my wife's black sons when I had an epiphany.
These stories aren't about the heroes. They are about the villains.
So do you guys think Kevin is actually going to stay dead?
>Inferno (pronounced [imˈfɛrno]; Italian for "Hell") is the first part of Dante Alighieri's 14th-century epic poem Divine Comedy. It is followed by Purgatorio and Paradiso. It is an allegory telling of the journey of Dante through Hell, guided by the Roman poet Virgil.
Virgil "killed" Kevin and then himself so that he can go wherever Kevin went and guide him. They'll be back.
What's next for this enigmatic man's career?
So is this any good?
Yeah it is. Varies from 'solid' to 'pretty cool.'
The latest episode is dramatically only 'solid', but the fact that the basic background story is historical helps cover up when the drama lacks creativity or depth.
Some previous episodes have been pretty good dramatically though, playing well on the theme of religion.
It's ok, I like it better than the bastard executioner. If you like Vikings then you'll probably like it. Although not quite as good as Vikings it seems to be roughly based on the same pseudo-historical events.
ITT Movies you are surprised they didn't made yet
>an edgy modern black snow white
This is 1 of my favorite films. Do I have shit taste? Am I allowed to post here?
>Cooking is an afterthought
>All about personalities and cat fighting
>Judges only speak scripted dialogue
>Winners are picked by producers based on looks/race/politics
>All about food, every other episode is a cooking lesson
>No fighting, emphasis is on the cooking not on how the contestants interact
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Look at the promotional material. Matt Preston is 6'4". They Photoshopped baldy to make it seem like he wasn't a mantel, but now he has a watermelon sized head compared to Preston.
When will they learn?
Have you ever watched the British Masterchef? It's definitely more cooking focused but somehow the contestants contrive to be boring as fuck and shitty chefs, plus the production value is basically nil.
Why did Australia nail this format bros?
Literally Reddit: The Movie
Literally The Movie: Reddit
>Movie is bad
>empty my colostomy bag on the floor before I leave
>Movie is bad
>Stamp my feet on the floor in tantrum until the oxygen mask comes from the ceiling
>Person behind me can't see
>movie is bad
>don't tip popcorn sweeper
>piss in theater shower
I legitimately don't want to believe that Viva la Bam is over. I keep telling myself it's just on hiatus, like my high school years.
With Dunn and Vito gone it can never, ever come back. Once Dico dies all the best people from it will be dead. :( What sucks extra is that I'm pretty sure Dico doesn't want to be in the public eye anymore already
You ever listen to this? So many great Dico prank calls
What did you think of the latest Nathan For You?
I think he stole it from Adam Eget.
>tfw you always go to the movies alone because you have no friends
>friends think the movie is good
>don't have the heart to tell them their taste is shit
so much hentai
Who will be recast as Bane in the inevitable reboot of the Dark Knight series?