Can I get you something, /tv/?
Did you cry?
What's the most TV you've binged in one sitting? For me it was when I binge watched the final season of Breaking Bad with no breaks
(almost didn't make it out of that one alive).
My binge watching kryptonite would probably be
i rarely watch tv. i like to spend my days jogging around or riding my bike. i do listen to a lot of music though, just yesterday i listened to 3 albums, that has to be a world record or something. hmm
I just realized, there's pretty nothing they could have done with Luke that would have been a fresh idea.
>wise old jedi=Obi-Wan trope
>dark jedi=Anakin trope
>grey jedi=he hasn't changed since RotJ
>abandon jedi completely=he's back where he was at the beginning
The only option that would have been a totally new idea would be to have him be dead this entire time, and there's no way they would have done that.
I would like to watch some movie with my wive's son but he is only 13.
What kind of movies would you recommend?
Any guesses what the story will be about?
ITT: celebs you'd wanna hangout with
I Dare you to find a flaw.
Wich stars do you obsess over?
>Main villain is a white rapist
>Stronk white womyn
>All white men are beta and bad.
The Conjuring is GOAT
Prove me wrong.
If you've never seen a horror movie before, I imagine it'd be pretty impressive. If you have, you'll notice it's pretty much just a half-assed knockoff of The Exorcist mixed with a half-assed knockoff of Poltergeist, with a little bit of Amityville Horror
It's well-made, some of the early "jump scare" scenes are very effective, but completely unoriginal and predictable. And god damn, that ending was such a disappointing cop-out
What will you be watching, /tv/?
>Mena (January 6, 2017).
Directed by Doug Liman.
In 1986, commercial pilot Barry Seal masterminds a massive drug smuggling operation out of the small town of Mena, Arkansas, which attracts the attention of the CIA, the DEA and the Mendelín drug cartel, only to slowly spirals out of control as the lines between his private life and his illegal activities become blurred.
>Tom Cruise as Barry Seal.
>Sarah Wright as Lucy Seal, Barry's...
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>Hidden Figures (January 13, 2017)
Directed by Todd Melfi.
Katherine Johnson, Mary Jackson, Dorothy Vaughan, Kathryn Peddrew, Sue Wilder, Eunice Smith and Barbara Holley, a group of African-American female mathematicians, struggle with issues of civil rights and gender equality while working as consultants for the NASA at the height of the Space Race between the United States and the Soviet Union during the Cold War, in which their contribution to the succesful launch of the Friendship 7 space mission.
>The Dark Tower (January 13, 2017).
Directed by Nikolaj Arcel.
In a post-apocalyptic wasteland, gunslinger Roland Deschain embarks on a quest for the fabled Dark Tower, which could save his dying world, encountering many perils along the way.
>Friday The 13th (January 13, 2017)
Directed by Dave Bruckner.
A group of teenagers decides to uncover the secrets behind the immortality of serial killer Jason Voorhees in order to destroy him once and for all.
What went wrong?
Why do comics become unfunny after getting married or having a kid?