The Red Wedding is the single greatest twist in TV history.
what inspired Tarantino to make this scene?
Why is it that every Superhero movie these days has to have the heroes trying to kill each other? Does Hollywood want the Superhero movies to die off as much as we do?
Post early 2000s minority kino
How is she both the teacher and the bus driver?
If he's supposed to be returning for the next season of Teen Wolf then why doesn't he have any recent pics?
What's the plural of pussy, /tv/?
I have no issue when my chick doesn't want to watch a war movie, a history documentary, some hunting or fishing show, or whatever. I fully understand that she doesn't enjoy some of the "dude" shit I do, because she's not a fucking dude....she's a chick.
So what the fuck is the problem with all the harpy shrews in this country that they can't understand there's shit they do that we don't want to watch?
I have a feeling that this would have been a much more interesting main story for the movie.
Why do you faggots like this so much? I'm on the second episode, so far: oh my god he won't stop saying stuff like afk and irl. It's sooooooo edgy. The music tends to be on point I will say that. Biggest problem is, the whole point of the show is like ooooooohhhhhh look how much the writers know about computer shit, so that the references are grounded. But this whole time he's been crushing morphine in a mortar and pestle, you can't do that with morphine, it's just an example of how everything is surface level bullshit.
The show is edgy. It's televised Fight Club, literally. The first season basically ends where Fight Club ended, with everyone's debts erased...and then it keeps going. It's really a great show. The only thing I can tell you is that the stuff you're focusing on...the logistics of the drugs or the internet vernacular he uses in casual conversation, aren't things you should be paying attention. If they bother you that much, then yeah, stop watching who cares. But it's not the point.
REDDIT IN THE HAY
REDDIT IN THE HAAAAAAAAY
I just got done seeing the new Ghostbusters. I couldn't quite verbally articulate my nuanced thoughts on the film, so I opted to express myself in other ways. I hope it sent the right message to the cinema that took my hard-earned money.
DO NOT SEE GHOSTBUSTERS, NOT EVEN AS AN IRONIC-VIEWING WITH PEOPLE WHO KNOW THEY'RE GONNA HATE IT
First time watching it, is it any good?
I love this guy in The Leftovers. how was he as a Doctor?
i loved to hate him in this. don't know if i could handle him as the doctor.
Best doctor of the new series, though it's debatable compared to Tennant. Both had great aspects that they brought. Tennant was more whimsical and heartfelt, while 9 felt more sophisticated and had more human problems.