Hey Crab man
Who's the best jackass, /tv/? For me Pontius.
It's amazing how fast this faggot lost what little talent he had
his early work was pointless
Hell's Angels was good
Fear and Loathing was good
Fear and Loathing on the Campaign Trail showed he bought into his own myth
all shit from there
even his suicide note wasn't fit to print
"Daniel Day Lewis won an Oscar for his portrayal as Daniel Plainview, a mineral prospector in New Mexico in 1898. Life is pretty good for Daniel and his adopted son H.W. -- that is, until companies start to vie for Daniel's oil source. There are gun-fights, murder, arsonists, and of course, oil."
>companies start to vie for Daniel's oil
None of these things
What are /tv/'s thoughts on elizabeth mitchell?
>tfw you will never be stuck on an island with her
>watch French film
>il est pas moi starts playing
>watch French film
>it's a pile of pretentious shit
Though there this neato parkour action movie one time
What's the name of this hairstyle?
ITT: Worst movies/tv shows you've received from someone for a birthday, christmas or just as a general gift.
pic very related
Still can't get over how awful this movie was
I think it is stranged that you disliked it, OP, since to me this was one of the best action movies of all times.
Could you maybe elaborate what exactly you didn't like about Fury Road?
I have a theory, /tv/. Hear me out: DIMENSION is not a scene group. Not really. They're difficult to find, rarely discussed, and have no list of even member aliases.
Where am I going with this? I examined 10 DIMENSION releases and guess what I found? WIDELY varying encoding standards, color spaces, and bit-rates, including commercial black sizes, which are generally standardized in scene groups--except they ARE standardized across PRODUCTION STUDIOS and occasionally NETWORKS. Guess what ELSE I found?
No broadcast encoding artifacts. None at all. DIMENSION...
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I suppose so, but it's a scene group of producers. At the very least, it's a scene group of people that handle the raw files before they're encoded for broadcast. Sat transfer workers? Working copy encoders? Producers? Probably all of the above.
Can't believe the showed this
>watching French comedies recommended by /tv/
>they're 1.5 hours of screaming
>no lows, just a constant "high" that is exhausting
The fuck is going on?
>recommend cool kung fu classics
hunger games is the star wars of our generation
Star Wars is the Star Wars of our generation you faggot
Millennials are the only ones where LOTR was the Star Wars of their generation.