Why do people despise Part III so much? It's much better than the whole mess called Part II IMO. The Clara sub-plot is a little bit silly but you know, it's got the nostalgic spirit of the first film.
i think theyre all great Tbh fAm, but the 2nd part is the lesser of them. it has the best visuals and cool stufff, but it feels less character focused and developed
doesnt help that they downgraded jennifer actress wise
We all know what movies are considered reddit tier but which ones besides pic related are 4chan tier?
Next Doctor edition.
She fucking deserved it: >>62926320.
what does /tv/ think of The Man Show?
what do you drink while watching movies?
Is this the comfiest movie?
>Took over the entire world
>One of the most important humans of the 1900s
>Woman not happy and divroces him
Srsly da fuq is up w dat?
Scoot McNairy will play him in the biopic
New episode tomorrow, lets pregame and get some discussions going on.
>Who was walkie?
DEMONS TO SOME, ANGLES TO OTHERS
Is this accurate for current /tv/?
I thought the right side nailed it, but the left didn't quite make the mark. I've touched it up a bit, feel free to rebuff.
He looks absolutely nothing like Picard.
It's been over four years now, did you watch it?
>Looks like Katniss Everdeen is facing an even bigger threat than President Snow: viewer ennui for "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -- Part 2."
>Friday brought an opening box office haul of $46 million for the fourth and final installment in the popular dystopian movie series starring Jennifer Lawrence as the heroine Katniss, according to movie tracking site boxofficemojo.com. With the film on 4,175 screens, the gross translated into a healthy $11,018 per-screen average.
It looks like the series closer...
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Name a nicer guy currently working in Hollywood. Professional advice:
You won't be able to
The Rundown is American cinema's finest achievement.
Why is Boardwalk Empire so seldom talked about here? Does the majority of /tv/ dislike period pieces?
Boardwalk was real popular here back in the day. /tv/ doesn't dislike period pieces, one of the board's favourite shows is Mad Men. But there's no denying that Boardwalk kind of started to fall apart in the final season. It didn't become a bad show by any means, but it was weighed down by the expectation of what could have been.