Only the best of the best.
>This was considered attractive in the 90's
I just saw this. So WTF was her problem?
>be me browsing /tv/
>see a classic paul dano thread
>hmmm, can i be bothered to reply?
>i normally reply to keep the meme alive but today i just can't be bothered
>continue scrolling and hope that some other anon's pick up the slack
This was basically wolf of wall Street on steroids
>Well I Wikipedia that and you Wikipedia can't!
>Oh let me Wikipedia here and Wikipedia there!
>Wikipedia this! I am the Wikipedia!
>I did Wikipedia and you are no Wikipedia.
>WHO CRINGED!? YOU DECIDE!
>show my friend a movie
>realize it's shit 10 minutes in and have to sit through the entire thing now
Why is Blue Velvet the best movie ever made?
Just finished Season 4 of Agents of Shield on Netflix.
Gotta say, I really liked this season.
Especially Lincoln and Grants
It felt KINDA like the end of Age of Ultron, only done right. Just two guys realizing that they are
going to die.
That said the 'teaser' for the next season looks so stupid. Daisy
turning evil... again... is so stupid.
/tv/ has good taste right?
What is the cinematic equivalent of this image?
just marathoned the first episode of twin peaks
is she autistic?
(i'm not trying to project in hopes of having a waifu that I can relate too)
Do you prefer the town/kid episodes of earlier seasons or do you prefer the current event story arc late season episodes?
I was 17 when the first episode aired. It was fucking groundbreaking to hear cartoon characters talk like adults. It spead like wildfire and went "viral" on a very young normie-internet due to word of mouth.
Their mid-series episodes were hit or miss, but I have to respect how they have evolved over the years.
SP will always have a place in my cold dead heart.
i really like Season 2/3 for the comfy small redneck town aesthetic and weird surreal shit
Except my dad is native.