This is not even my desk
No series captures the concept of mentorship like TNG.
You ready for the movie of the year?
Which of these should I watch tonight?
Spectre was terrible.
Fury was good, Ex Machina was great.
Ex Machina seems not-shit but then if you actually think about it afterwards you'll find that it was actually shit
I haven't seen Fury but if we extrapolate the two existing datapoints forward it's probably hsit
Just go to bed OP
>Sir Michael Caine has waded into the Hollywood gender pay gap debate by pouring water on recent complaints by Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Watson and Salma Hayek that women in the movies are systemically underpaid. “It’s rubbish,” he said. “I worked with Elizabeth Taylor and she got 10 times what I did – and that was over 30 years ago. I don’t agree about the pay gap because she got a lot more money than me.”
>Caine, then nearing 40, starred as a philandering architect alongside Taylor in the 1972 film Zee and...
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Could a Jeffrey Lebowski type exist in 2016?
Is it good?
That whole series makes no sense to me. It's premise is so outlandish it's almost satire but it takes itself so seriously. Only normies seem to like it because it's edgy as all fuck and they are retarded enough to believe "It could happen here!"
What is your favorite Tim and Eric sketch?
Pic unrelated. Vid related.
What was his fucking problem?
Will there ever be a pair of films that exceeds the quality of these two?
I'M THE SHERIFF OF RED ROCKS!
>Yes, Yes, nice breathing, Poussay. Well done, Poussay.
This any good?
i can hear my roommate fucking his hot gf in the next room
movies for this feel pls
People don't play old video games anymore because with every passing generation the special effects, world creating, and storytelling advances tenfold.
So why do people continue to watch old movies? Citizen Kane is no different than Space Invades - sure it was great in its time but it's nothing compared to modern day masterpieces like Overwatch