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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by hood b. goode, Dec 23, 2017.
One of my absolute favorites
i want to get into it but i did not yet since I hear that it is a bit depressing, what do you guys think?
Definitely a bit depressing but the dark humor is great
It’s absolutely depressing in ways. The whole premise is Ricky Gervais’ character wants to kill himself, so he doesn’t give a shit anymore and does and says whatever he wants. It’s also heartwarming, encouraging, and absolutely fucking hilarious. If you like dark humor it is fantastic.
I thought the first season was fantastic. The subsequent seasons were repetitive and boring. Nothing ever happened. It was a slot to finish imo.
Love on the Spectrum is a good show.
Should have plenty of source material from the last 2 years.
2 episodes in on Stranger Things S4
Corny af and acting is cringy
This season of Love Death and Robots has some of the most bizarre episodes of TV I've ever seen
Beerfest is on Netflix now. One of the most underrated comedy's OF ALL TIME
the most underrated is easily euro trip
now I am watching Beerfest before game 7.
amazing to me they got Donald Sutherland for that cameo.
It's also very good and underrated but it's not as good or funny as Beerfest
Hey, I Won’t be an asshole here.
Fun fact: Farva plays two roles - Landfill and Gill - in that movie
I love the post-credit scene where Landfill 2 is railing Landfill 1's wife. just wholesome family content.
Landfill 2 you’re twice the man landfill 1 was
I was drinking boots watching beerfest last night
I love the way they seamlessly added him to the team and movie it was like landfill never left
Has anyone watched this? Heard it was very good.
Can’t say it’s good. Can’t say it’s bad either. Bc the video isn’t available ya ding dong.
You can still click the link... It's a 2017 Korean movie called "Forgotten".
Koreans are good at horror or at the very least the batshit insane so I’ll give it a gander
It wasn’t the handle. I’ve been shitting pancakes ever since
At that time, Scotty doesn’t know was one of the most ridiculous things I had seen in the theater
The Norm Macdonald special for the first 8 or so minutes starts off slow and awkward while he gets adjusted to just talking to a Webcam, but after that you can tell he gets loose and just starts tearing it up.
"If you know anything about my work you will know my tireless devotion to the anti-canniballism cause...and I talk to the children you might think it's cool to eat your buddy in algebra class...and I'm not gonna lie to ya you might be the talk of the school for a few tears, but what about the future"?
Don't take a drink at 14:50, the punchline is gonna have me cleaning the carpet tomorrow.
Was just browsing Netflix with my VPN location set to London and saw It's Always Sunny and Fargo. Assume that's because of the Euro location
New floor is lava episodes my kids are going to lose their minds.
This just came out...
I'm very late on this but Love Death & Robots is absolutely fantastic and if you were like me and had reservations about starting it, you should definitely start it
it’s incredible, love this season more than the 2 others but they’re all good
Love Gaiman, hope this is good.
I love death. Nerd alert I have this tattooed on me
It's unforgivable they didn't get Kat Dennings for Death considering how well she did in the audio book
Deep inside the mountain of Dovre, something gigantic awakens after being trapped for a thousand years. Destroying everything in its path, the creature is fast approaching the capital of Norway. But how do you stop something you thought only existed in Norwegian folklore?
There is a movie on there from way back called Troll Hunter that was awesome. Hope this is related to that in some way.
Is Stranger Things worth watching after season 1? Season 1 was really good by itself and I don't want to ruin it by continuing on.
Serious tv critics: no
Unabashed fans of the show: yes