Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by morgantayler, Mar 20, 2016.
Neal Brennan’s parasite shit on twitter today is both infuriating and hilarious.
in a packed theater for when harry met sally lfg
I’d be jealous if I hadn’t done the same thing a few years ago. Actually no, I’m still jealous.
Dozens of awesome movie posters with no text:
i have a great story: the one guy who introduced the film said something about how we're all here to have a great valentine's day, so i took that moment to bite the bullet and shout "GALentine's Day!" from my seat. dude asked me to repeat and several more people (women, mostly) shouted the same thing. clearly not knowing the reference, he basically shrugged and was like "well, okay then. who here is celebrating galentine's day?!" to which over a dozen people (again, primarily female) started cheering. my proudest moment on this earth
ovaries before brovaries
Should I see Parasite or Sonic tonight?
I mean, do you want to see the best movie to come out in the past year or do you want to see Parasite?
PLEASE see Sonic
It sounds like Sonic is the best case scenario for that movie.
My Internet service provider sent me the list of the torrents I was caught downloading: Hugo, an episode of South Park, and two different versions of 1917. I didn't even like 1917 or that episode of South Park, and I deleted Hugo because I gave up halfway through rewatching all of Scorsese's movies. It is always the ones you least expect.
Don't download off public trackers y'all!!!
Personally I feel better streaming, supporting art through legal avenues, even though in the grand scheme of things it probably makes no difference. If I'm getting a deal on Hulu for $3/mo, who am I really benefiting when I use it to watch something ? Idk idk
I never understood how to get invited to private ones. It seems easier to get into the Mafia.
Be nicer to people on the website!
I am nice to everyone.
I just watched “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” for the first time in years. Could be 10 or more since I’ve seen it.
I still love it, and will probably always love it, but I’m not sure how much of that is nostalgia and connections to the time and/or person I was with when it came out. That relationship lasted over a decade and nearly every theme of the movie touches on things we went through.
Obviously it’s highly regarded and respected, and I still think it’s a great movie, but this viewing caught me off guard with how many cheesy, for lack of a better word, lots of scenes are. Makes me wonder how much I’d love it now if it was a brand new movie instead of something imprinted in my brain and heart.
Still though, think it’s great and would recommend to anyone.
I’m so fucking glad I don’t go on twitter anymore.
The absurdist Twitter thread is all you need
wonder if there are any other jobs where people call you to google stuff for them