I found out I'm going to be a father. Movies to help me cope with this?
Is there anything we're supposed to learn from this movie other than "people are horrible"?
I guess it was well made and all, but I don't know what I was supposed to get from this other than the above message.
You make a really good point. I guess the fact he kept a relationship with the girl through is something.
We don't always need to learn from a film, it's a story. This one is pretty grim.
I'm gonna get shit on for defending her, but she was just a kid who had no idea what the fuck was going to happen. She backpedaled on it almost immediately, and apologized, but the fucking adults wouldn't drop it.
TFW not even 30+ minutes of extra content can save this "bargain bin" movie
Post the last 5 movies you've watched and others will rate/judge/compare/discuss.
1. Full Metal Jacket
2. The Raid 2
3. The Raid
4. In Bruge
5. The Guard
Full Metal Jacket 3.5/5
The Raid 2 2/5
The Raid 3/5
In Bruges 3.5/5
The Guard 4/5
Last 5 movies I watched
Japanese Girls at the Harbor (1933)
Eyes Wide Shut
I can't take this series seriously
This guy has a weird baby face and his hair fucking ridiculous
What if next season Jon marries Lyanna? Woudn't that be cute? it would also give more political power to the Starks.
ITT: Times you've acted like the joker
>SHHH...Do you hear that?
>mfw it's another mole in the CTU
>it's a domestic abuse episode
i didn't make it through season 2
the season 1 subplots were retarded enough but his daughter and that kid running around the city and away from the guy that really wanted to domestically aboose them just takes the cake
>it's a jack kicks a heroin addiction in an hour episode
So since which season it went downhill, /tv/?
Season 1: 8/10
Seasons 2-3: 9/10
Seasons 4-8: 10/10
Season 9: 9/10
Season 10: 7/10
Season 11-12: 6/10
Seasons 13+: Complete shit, dont watch
IT'S FUCKING HERE
This is a joke right?
Give 'em the laaaaazy eye.