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Celebrating Year 3 of TVCH

Happy 3rd Anniversary tvch!!
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just why just fucking why, why can't they ever get any actress for Film and TV that doesn't look like they've got an extra couple chromosomes
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Sci-fi shows discussion thread

Let's talk about sci-fi kino.
I am watching The Expanse, so far the show is really good, I watched three entire seasons in less than a week by myself, instead of having my gf dragging me.
I hadn't watched the show til now thinking it would be like many modern shows, full of awful writing and woke crap.
But nope, the show is far from "based and redpilled" but also far from being total libtard garbage.

Good visuals, good actors and great passing.
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My god his movies are pure testo.
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Wandering Star

Classic Westerns Thread
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It's not Dunk anymore, it's Al!

I cannot believe there is no thread about it. But Dunkaccino has officially died. Dunkin' Donuts announced that it has "retired" the drink, meaning it will no longer be sold in stores. I believe this calls for a week of mourning over the loss of a beloved friend.
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So the kikes want to remake Harry Potter.
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Riddick 4: Furya

We're finally going home boys.
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Breitbart Movie News

Instead of making a new thread every time Breitbart publishes a new article like I've been doing for the last year or so (see >>291933 for example) I've decided to make a general thread for important Breitbart updates which I will post in periodically. Making archives of every article is a pain so if you see a story that looks interesting, just copy the link and make an archive of it yourself if there isn't one already.

Charlize Theron Admits She Traded Dignity for Stardom
>Oscar-winner Charlize Theron admitted in a recent interview that she traded her personal dignity for stardom.

>That's how I read it anyway.

>Because whining and playing the victim have replaced gratitude and class among America's rotting celebrity culture, one of the most privileged people in the history of mankind is using a high-profile interview in Harper's to crybaby about how hard her life has been.


Netflix Removes 'LGBTQ' Label from Jeffrey Dahmer Series Following Gay Backlash
>Netflix has removed the "LGBTQ" label from its new limited series on Jeffrey Dahmer following a social media backlash in which gays complained that the show reflects badly on them.

>The show's official Netflix homepage no longer lists "LGBTQ" under "genres" and the show no longer carries the "LGBTQ"category tag in the Netflix app. It appears Netflix made the changes over the weekend or on Monday, according to multiple reports.

>Dahmer - Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story, from mega-producer Ryan Murphy, dramatizes the life story of the infamous serial killer who during the late 70s through the early 90s lured 17 young men and boys to their deaths, engaging in dismemberment, cannibalism, and necrophilia. Starring Evan Peters in the title role, the show began streaming this month and has drawn strong audience interest, hitting the No. 1 spot on the streamer's most-watched list around the world.

>But as Breitbart News reported, gays took to social media to chide Netflix for putting the show under the "LGBTQ" category, with one TikTok user saying, "I know this is technically true but this is not the representation we're looking for."


Alec Baldwin, 3 Others Could Face Charges Imminently in 'Rust' Shooting: 'Within Weeks, If Not Days'
>Alec Baldwin and three other individuals could face charges imminently related to last year's fatal shooting on the set of the movie Rust, with a New Mexico official suggesting charges could arrive "within weeks, if not days."

>In a letter to the board of finance, the district attorney's office specified that Baldwin could be one of the possible defendants and that "this case could require up to four separate jury trials," according to a report from CBS News.


Stay tuned for more updates!
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Bros, look carefully at this image and tell me they aren't brothers.
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Are simple, 1 dimensional characters always bad?
Why does every character have to be some complex figure plagued by deep-seated strife and inner turmoil, full of conflicting ideas and emotions? Lots of human beings aren't like that, so why does every fictional character to act that way?
Look at how many evil people in real life who are just 1 dimensional villains who do evil things just for the fun of it. What's wrong with having villains like that?
Some plots work better with simple characters. A fast-paced adventure story doesn't really leave room for a fleshed out exploration of every character's existential crisis.
Plato says in book 9 of the Republic that complicated men are usually degenerates who are the products of a democratic society, which he says is inherently degenerate. Suppose I don't want a character who is a degenerate and who grew up in a democracy; what's wrong with making him simple?
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Cuckime Kino

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Can I get a list of every celebrity whose died from the vaccine so far?
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WFC: Detective Conan: The Scarlet Bullet

>Japan is celebrating the upcoming World Sports Games in Tokyo. The world's first vacuum-tube super-conducting linear train is built with the latest Japanese technology and timed to coincide with the WSG opening ceremonies.

NEXT WEEKS THEME: Isekai/Another World
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Amazon are based !
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St. Patrick's Day

Is it true that the IRA reference at the end of this scene was censored in the UK and/or Republic of Ireland?
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Can Blood Meridian be filmed?
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I miss him
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>You made the rain black as cock.
What the fuck was this stupid movie about?
How do nukes make the rain black? Microwaved bacteria?
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I miss him
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Favourite Movies

what are your Top 5 Favourite Movies right now, they can be as recent as this decade and as far back as the 20's
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Russell Crowe

what are in you opinion some really great Russell Crowe Kinos?
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"Hi, I'm Alexis Bledel"

"You may not remember me I was in that TV show you may have heard of called Gilmore Girls, But I'm 40 now."
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Bill Evans

Who will play him in the inevitable biopic of him, who do you think right now would be a good actor to play him?
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John Wick nigcel dies for the release of film.
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New Waterworld kino just dropped

Can I share some THE ATOLL
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Nigger Tales (1995)
Anybody watch this stuff growing up? Nigger horror was a genre in and of itself. This movie fucked me up and made me love blacks.
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Jenny Nicholson 1 million subscribers

She's probably about 2 days away from hitting 1 million subs on Youtube. Let us all watch her cross that milestone together!
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ITT: Good characters who did nothing wrong

No only that, you must to explain why they did nothing wrong.
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Even Stevens

Faggot shows are getting canceled. We must not cower at their media lashings. This is what they get for canceling The Order.
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Heeeeeeey Sexy Ladies
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Pre-2000's anime

Eat shit normalfags
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It's time, chud.
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The Cardi B/Offset Meal

>A hot meal for a hot date, picked by the glamorous Cardi B and Offset. This bundle includes a Cheeseburger, side of BBQ sauce, Quarter Pounder®* with Cheese, large Fries, 2 large Drinks and an Apple Pie. The Cardi B & Offset Meal has 2175 calories. Perfect for sharing.

Sneed it or keep it???
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ITT: most hated female characters

I hate the bitch from Au Hasard Balthazar like you wouldn't believe. Every negative female trait wrapped up in one person.
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The Prostitution Racket (1975)

also know as Storie di vita e malavita (Racket della prostituzione minorile) features real hard core sex scene with underage actresses and it got unsurprisingly banned basically worldwide, but is said to still be able to find on the internet.
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Award Winners

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Days of BASEDhood

She has been /ourgirl/ for a whole year /tv/, let us use this thread to celebrate her journey. It is not easy to speak up and be the real you, but she did it we are so here for it. Transphobic comments WILL be removed
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Bethany Jones(monk)

Anyone remembers Bethany Jones(monk)?
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The whale

I can't stop thinking about Gahoole the whole movie
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The Scorpion King Film Series

yep you read that right there's four films in the franchise
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Quentin Tarantino Rumored to Announce Final Film ‘The Movie Critic’ Inspired by Pauline Kael

Quentin Tarantino's 10th film, which the director has long said will be his final feature, will be called The Movie Critic.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, that is the name of the script that Tarantino has written and is set to direct this fall.

Any further details are top secret right now - but sources describe the story as being set in late 1970s Los Angeles with a female lead at its center.

Of course, The Movie Critic is a working title and not final, so don't be surprised if it doesn't stick. However, it is a decent indication as to where the film may be headed… It is possible that the film could be based on the life of noted film critic Pauline Kael.

For years, the Oscar winning director has expressed interest and admiration for Kael, one of the most influential movie critics of all time. In a 1994 Time Magazine article, he stated that "she was as influential as any director was in helping me develop my aesthetic. I never went to film school, but she was the professor in the film school of my mind."

Kael, who died in 2001, was not just a critic but also an essayist and novelist, known for her clashes with editors as well as filmmakers. The narrative's timeframe seems to add up, adding further speculation that the firebrand critic will be the subject of Tarantino's final film.

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>Cowabunga, fellow turtles.
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>le AI generated Dead Space as a 90's movie with heckin Brian Cranston!
Yes, okay Reddit. We get it.
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Is this kino?
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WFC: The Theory of Everything (2014)

>In the 1960s, Cambridge University student and future physicist Stephen Hawking (Eddie Redmayne) falls in love with fellow collegian Jane Wilde (Felicity Jones). At 21, Hawking learns that he has motor neuron disease. Despite this - and with Jane at his side - he begins an ambitious study of time, of which he has very little left, according to his doctor. He and Jane defy terrible odds and break new ground in the fields of medicine and science, achieving more than either could hope to imagine.

NEXT WEEKS THEME: A film postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic
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Twilight zone

need it or keep it?
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Emily Browning

What has been her most Graphically Explicit Sex Scene so far?
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I've always wondered if this show was staged. Why do the suspects allow themselves to be used? Are they compensated by the producers in any way?
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Tom hanks

this is your hero?
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Little Mermaid 2023

New trailer was revealed at the Oscars
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Is Arcane any good? I've heard a number of people call it the serious, dark, and gritty cartoon for mature adults like myself that we've dreamed of for decades, but the art style looks really ugly and the connection to League of Legends puts me off.
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Ray Liotta brought back to life with the power of Yayo

Are you ready for the comedy of the year?
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The oscars

which prostitute are u most proud of?
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This movie would have been a 10/10 without the scenes of the grandfather and grandson. I like Peter Falk, but they just drag the movie down.
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Based nigger

Denzel is alright
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South Park

I miss 2005.
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Let's talk about (((subversive))) films

I just watched it together with my normalfag gf and she enjoyed it, totally unable to understand the anti-white and anti-Christian messages in this film.
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Post a film and say what you learned watching it

The Girl Next Door >Never trust a jew and his dating advises.
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Did (You) enjoy You Season 4 Part 2?
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Incoming kino

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ITT: Mature adult jokes you didn't get as a kid

>30 years of playing The Idiot, now you're gonna be my dog!
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Get Drunk
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I miss when celebrities had phone calls and messages leaked all the time. These were so much more kino than leaked nudes.
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Black ass nigga history month

Now streaming on Disney+
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New Yofukashi no Uta just dropped

anime kino thread.
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I Want To Believe

The X-Files General Discussion Thread
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You faggots are spilling over into 4chan. Stay here please. We don't need your filth polluting our board.
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>have a negress and pretend it's a spic
What a wonderfully innocent time. Whites knew so little about other races in those days that they could actually get away with it. No one would buy it if you tried something like that nowadays. Everyone has seen more than enough spades and spics to tell the difference immediately. *sigh*
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HHG - Humble Harv General #2

It's ogre edition
previous thread: http://archive.today/tWps2

>Disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein was sentenced Thursday to 16 years in prison for rape in his Los Angeles sexual assault trial.

>The sentence will be served consecutively after a 23-year prison sentence he is currently serving in New York for criminal sexual assault and third-degree rape.
>The (((judge))) denied Weinstein a new trial during Thursday's hearing, following a motion from his defense that argued his conviction was based on the improper exclusion of evidence and flawed jury instructions.
tfw you'll never have drink with humble harv in an upscale ny bar and talk about how tight emma watsons butthole is
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>I killed my wife.

Robert Blake dies current year
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What was the point where superhero movies turned to garbage in your opinion? Some may argue that they were never good, but I think at least a few of the Batman, Superman, and Spiderman movies were alright, as well as some one offs like the Rocketeer. In my opinion, Batman Begins was the beginning of the end. That's where it became mainstream for superhero flicks to take themselves very seriously. From that point on, you either had those types of movies, or the obnoxiously self aware and self referential type. Capeshit is at its best when it embraces the genre's inherent silliness in a sincere and endearing way.
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Chaim Topol, Israeli Actor Known for Fiddler’s Tevye, Dies

JERUSALEM (AP) - Chaim Topol, a leading Israeli actor who charmed generations of theatergoers and movie-watchers with his portrayal of Tevye, the long-suffering and charismatic milkman in "Fiddler on the Roof," has died in Tel Aviv, Israeli leaders said Thursday. He was 87.

The cause was not immediately released.

Israeli leaders on Thursday tweeted their memories and condolences to Topol's family.

Israel's ceremonial president, Isaac Herzog hailed Topol as "one of the most outstanding Israeli actors," who "filled the movie screens with his presence and above all entered deep into our hearts."

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Topol's "contribution to Israeli culture will continue to exist for generations."

Benny Gantz, Israel's former minister of defense, praised Topol for helping Israelis connect to their roots.

"We laughed and cried at the same time over the deepest wounds of Israeli society," he wrote of Topol's performance.

Yair Lapid, head of Israel's opposition, said Topol taught Israelis "love of culture and love of the land."

Topol's charity, Jordan River Village, also announced his death, paying tribute to him as an "inspiration" whose "legacy will continue for generations to come."

A recipient of two Golden Globe awards and nominee for both an Academy Award and a Tony Award, Topol long has ranked among Israel's most decorated actors. More recently in 2015, he was celebrated for his contributions to film and culture with the Israel Prize for lifetime achievement, his country's most prestigious honor. Up until a few years ago, he remained involved in theater and said he still fielded requests to play Tevye.

Topol got his start in acting in a theatrical troupe in the Israeli army in the 1950s, where he met his future wife Galia. His first major breakthrough was the lead role in the 1964 hit Israeli film Sallah Shabati, about the hardships of Middle Eastern immigrants to Israel. The film made history as the first Israeli film to earn an Academy Award nomination and also gave Topol his first Golden Globe Award.

Two years later, he made his English-language film debut alongside Kirk Douglas in "Cast a Giant Shadow." But the role of his life arrived in the long-running musical "Fiddler on the Roof," in which he played the dairyman protagonist, Tevye, a Jewish father trying to maintain his family's cultural traditions despite the turmoil gripping their Russian shtetl.

With his rich voice, folkish witticisms and commanding stage presence, Topol's Tevye, driving his horse-drawn buggy and delivering milk, butter and eggs to the rich, became a popular hero in Israel and around the world.

After years of playing Tevye on stage in London and on Broadway, he scored the lead role in the 1971 Norman Jewison-directed film version, winning the Golden Globe award for lead actor and being nominated for a Best Actor Academy Award. He lost out to Gene Hackman in "The French Connection."

Topol played the part more than 3,500 times on stage, most recently in 2009. With the help of heavy makeup and costume work, he first portrayed the much older, burlier dairyman in his 30s and quite literally aged into the role.

Topol faced tough competition securing the role in Jewison's hit film - scores of talents have played Tevye in over a dozen languages since "Fiddler on the Roof" first appeared. Topol has said his personal experience as the descendant of Russian Jews helped him relate to Tevye and deepen his performance.

In an interview with The Associated Press from his Tel Aviv home in 2015, on the occasion of accepting the Israel prize for lifetime achievement, Topol traced his meteoric rise from modest beginnings to worldwide fame.

"I wasn't brought up in Hollywood. I was brought up in a kibbutz," he said. "Sometimes I am surprised when I come to China or when I come to Tokyo or when I come to France or when I come wherever and the clerk at the immigration says 'Topol, Topol, are you Topol?"

Topol also starred in more than 30 other movies, including as the lead in "Galileo," Dr. Hans Zarkov in "Flash Gordon" and James Bond's foil-turned-ally Milos Columbo in "For Your Eyes Only" alongside Roger Moore.

But he became synonymous with just one role - Tevye. Pouring his heart out about his impoverished Jewish community over the years, Topol made audiences laugh and cry from Broadway and West End stages.

"How many people are known for one part? How many people in my profession are known worldwide?" he told the AP. "I'm not complaining."

Yet Topol said he sometimes needed to look outside of acting to find meaning in his life. He devoted much of his later years to charity as chairman of the board of Jordan River Village, a camp serving Middle Eastern children with life-threatening diseases.

"I am interested in charities and find it more fulfilling than running from one (acting) part to another," he said. "When you are successful in a film and the money flows, yes, obviously, it is very nice. But to tell you that is the most important thing, I am not sure."

Topol is survived by his wife and three children.
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The most beautiful woman in Hollywood
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They ruined this movie

the book is significantly greater in story, why did this Italian cuck reduce it to some bullshit scat fetish?

Marquis De Sade wouldn't be proud of this drivel.
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Woman King

this whole movie's story was a lie in order to push their Woke identity politics agenda:

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Kino 90s opening themes

Present them
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Pimp My Ride

the Original Xzibit 2004 version thread
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Supernatural/Paranormal Horror

I watched The Dark (2018) and I thought it was bretty gud. The movie doesn't hand feed you the plot but it looks like a return to the "cursed land/pet cemetary" trope. Which oddly worked with no dialogue about the history of the land, it's just called Devil's Lane. It's largely about "muh victims" but also kind of a dark emo cuteness to it as 2 young seperate victims come together to ease each others pain. Gore scenes were paced fairly well, somewhat mild, and moderately spread throughout. Amazon says it's 4/5 and I agree.

Anyone else like supernatural/paranormal?
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Gentlemen It is that time of year once again…





After much thought and consideration this years votes will be ALL OPEN NOMINATION

What does this mean? Well
>You can pick ANYTHING for a category, as long as it fits the criteria of the award (ie only film for best film, tv show for best tv show, emma watson for worst waifu etc.)
>If it is for a media award it MUST have released in the year 2022
>If it is a non media award (ie most btfo) please primarily take into account the events of 2022 in making your decision
>Since there is no picked nominees I encourage EVERYONE to argue and encourage others to vote for your selection, with no set nominees you should be able to pick a GOOD nominee, if your pick sucks you only have yourself to blame

And now without further ado…


/tv/ awards





this will include anything posted on the site of significant literary merit, as well as any feulliton submissions and the /lit/ writes a novel thread




/dunk/ awards



this can include expansions or new card sets for existing games, new model releases for mini wargames new adventure modules in dnd etc etc



ballots can be posted below or emailed to [email protected]
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Hallmark original movies > Lifetime original movies
Prove me wrong
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What if...

Scientology is right and we are wasting time with petty racism when 80+ alien worlds gather in a galactic federation to keep us hairless monkeys down?
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re-watching harry potter series

Disclaimer: I am really intoxicated on oxycodone and cheap cigarettes.

So I started to watch the first on, it was an alright kids movie, so obviously I had to watch film number two and woah that was one hell of a change of character and characters in the movie.
First off of all flopson for some reason is able to act like an actress in the scenes where she is a sexdoll.I was so confused this cannot be the same actress as in the first movie whom was a little bitch that needed to be beaten up for being a little whore.

Now, the movie's plot is about some super wizard that started a eugenics program and then got kicked out because he was too autistic, so he had this super secret room where no one can enter. And then there is this snake monster where people can only watch it and then becomes a sex doll, for some strange reason, flopsen becomes a sex doll and for like 30 minutes in the movie Harry and ron takes turns to have sexual relations with her sex dolled up corpse, and when Ron hears about his sister being turned into a sex doll, then Harry gets a gigantic boner and then has to have threesome with that sex doll corpse with Ron for some reason.
Ron obviously tries to fight Potters mental fucked up gymnastics but then Harry says the following that it will be based and then Ron says yes to the plan.
That is where I had to turn off the movie because it became too perverse for me. So now,I am going to watch movie number 3.
Which me luck.
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Tom Sizemore 1961 - 2023

F in chat
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zach did nothing wrong
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Actress Sex scenes

which Actress are you wanting to see have a nude and nude sex scene and/or scenes the most?

for me it's Talitha Bateman (Born: September 4th 2001), and have more than a strong feeling we'll see it soon.
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Best sargon kino?
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I am 26 now

Wow it's my birthday!
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>Journalist/critic Frank Lovece in Newsday contrasted the humor tradition of Groening's two series, finding that
> "The Simpsons echoes the strains of American-Irish vaudeville humor - the beer-soaked, sneaking-in-late-while-the-wife's-asleep comedy of Harrigan and Hart, McNulty and Murray, the Four Cohans (which, yes, included George M.) and countless others: knockabout yet sentimental, and ultimately about the bonds of blood family. Futurama, conversely, stems from Jewish-American humor, and not just in the obvious archetype of Dr. Zoidberg. From vaudeville to the Catskills to Woody Allen, it's that distinctly rueful humor built to ward away everything from despair to petty annoyance - the 'You gotta do what you gotta do' philosophy that helps the Futurama characters cope in a mega-corporate world where the little guy is essentially powerless."[68]

>Animation maven Jerry Beck concurred:

> "I'm Jewish, and I know what you're saying. Fry has that [type of humor], Dr. Zoidberg, all the [vocal artist] Billy West characters. I see it. The bottom line is, the producers are trying to make sure the shows are completely different entities."[68]
<68.^abcd Lovece, Frank. "'Futurama' finds a new future on Comedy Central" Archived August 31, 2009, at the Wayback Machine, Newsday, August 28, 2009; posted online August 27, 2009
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90's and 00's young adult comedies

let's discuss and remember about how even the degen and silly films from that time are better than anything from nowadays.
Be it romantic comedies, sex comedies, buddy stoner comedies, etc
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WFC: Fitzcarraldo (1982)

>Opera-loving European Brian Fitzgerald (Klaus Kinski) lives in a small Peruvian city. Better known as Fitzcarraldo, this foreigner is obsessed with building an opera house in his town and decides that to make his dream a reality he needs to make a killing in the rubber business. In order to become a successful rubber baron, Fitzcarraldo hatches an elaborate plan that calls for a particularly impressive feat - bringing a massive boat over a mountain with the help of a band of natives.

NEXT WEEEKS THEME: Written by/Directed by/Stars someone on the Lolita Express flight logs
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ITT: Movies you had to watch in school
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The Banshees of Inisherin

Film Discussion Thread
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Is /tv/ HDTV compatible?
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Is The Snake Pit based because it showed that mental institutions really are the best place for the mentally ill, or is pozzed because it portrayed therapeutic sciences as actually capable of helping someone?
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What is it about Human Centipede that caught it to catch on and remain in the cultural zeitgeist for so long? On the surface, there's nothing that's especially unique or remarkable about it.
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Poo kino

How can kikewood even compete?
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new naga dropped
what did i think of it?
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UFC 285


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Who is this supposed to appeal to?

Only kids <12 and third worlders especially Arabs and Indians like this shit, right?
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I unironically think Armond White is a good film critic. Most people dismiss him as a contrarian and even on /tv/, anon only really pretends to like him ironically. But I genuinely think he's one of the better film critics alive today. I used to do the irony thing too until I read his essay on Carl Theodor Dreyer: https://www.criterion.com/current/posts/226-carl-th-dreyer
It's amazing how on point this is. If I were to write an essay on Dreyer, it would be almost identical to this. This is proof that he really does know what he's talking about. He's only branded as a contrarian because he's honest enough to admit that modern Hollywood movies are shit and have been for over a decade at least. His reviews are no more contrarian than Pauline Kael's were in her day, and she's lauded as one of the greatest film critics who ever lived. She gave a very negative review of Lawrence of Arabia, which is a far superior film to anything Armond has panned. The bigger studios probably paid people to drag his name through the mud so no one would take him seriously.
I feel like I made this thread before, like a year or two ago. Or maybe I just thought about making it and never did. Either way, Armond's good name must be avenged.
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Tossed Salads and Scrambled Eggs

Comfy Frasier Thread
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Woke R' Us

why do they have to nig nog everything in Films and TV Shows now, even to the extent of changing actual factual true real Historical Events that actually happened.

why do they insist on doing this shit now they never did any of this shit back like 20 years ago or even 10-15 years ago, so why now?
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Hannibal (2001)

"Ta Ta, H"

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dup btfo
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Puppet kino

Everyone knows Thunderbirds but what about the Japanese ones from around the same era? Here's one that's getting a model kit released soon. With a plot that's a mix of 70s mecha fare and Star Wars, it's really a wonder that not that many people have ever heard about it. It's a shame that even in its native Japan, it's largely overshadowed by another giant, red robot show with a similar combination sequence - the Space Runaway Ideon anime - which also came out in 1980.
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Japanese Comedian Tamura Kenji moving to LA

If you saw Wednesday Downtown this week you saw their farewell to longtime contributor and okay comedian Tamrua Kenji (たむらけんじ) who is moving to America, specifically LA
Kenji was not famed as a comedian, but his contributions to various shows were sometimes good. He seemed more influential than a top contributor.
He was also famed as a restauranteur, and businessman than a die hard comedian, which might explain his move to the US.
This board has a wrestling leitmotif, so I include his work on WWF Summer Slam 2008, which I wasn't aware of until researching this thread.
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>the jerk store called
>they're running out of you
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The tv show was better. Altman is a hack.
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Are you ready, /tv/?
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Military SciFi

I need some gritty manly SciFi Military because I grew up watching 80s and 90s movies and don't consume soy on the daily or drink tap water.
Recommend me some, even if it's not kino, as long as it's entertaining.
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we all know the answer
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What are some antisemitic dogwhistles in film and television?
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Why has nobody been able to produce a film adaptation of Blood Meridian?
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nigga just went full anorexia. your bullying did this
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How does he do it?
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Who would you cast in a live-action adaptation of Smash TV?
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Why Woke Media is Dying

you should really take a listen to this guy no truer words have ever been spoken, about the current state everything is in right now, and these assholes are inevitably eating their own from being like this.

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Steven Spielberg's Taken (2002)

TV Series you haven't watch in literally a decade or more.
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ITT: Movies where the black guy dies early on in the movie
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>The Royal Cuckolds
Bill Murray accuses Gwyneth Paltrow of making him a cuckold because she cheats so much (with other quirky white men).
Mick Foley never accuses his wife of making him a cuckold. He's just racist and still loves his wife.
Are Wes Anderson's movies all just about race mixing?

>Already a thread on this.

Yeah but some janny archived it.
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Air max: On
Hair: Slicked back
Corn on the cob: Knocked off

Yeah, I'm thinking this thread is cheeky
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Weekly Film Club: Warlock (1989)

>In 17th-century New England, witch hunter Giles Redferne (Richard E. Grant) captures an evil warlock (Julian Sands), but the conjurer eludes death with supernatural help. Flung into the future, the warlock winds up in the 1980s and plans to bring about the end of the world. Redferne follows the enchanter into the modern era and continues his mission, but runs into trouble in such unfamiliar surroundings. With the help of a young woman (Lori Singer), can Redferne finally defeat the warlock?

NEXT WEEKS THEME: Biographical Drama
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Is Hollywood dead, are Modern Movies Killing Hollywood, a place that brought out most of the worlds greatest Films do you think that Hollywood may never recover it's reputation again?
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Depression Kino

Movies that genuinely depressed you
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With the overwhelming success of Vinland Saga, which is based on the Sagas of the Greenlanders and of Erik the Red, do you think we'll be seeing more anime adaptions of European books, famous or obscure, a la World Masterpiece Theater? If so, what would you like to see adapted? I want an anime adaption of Persiles and Sigismunda, Cervantes' last novel, which is a serious, unironic, romantic adventure novel that he considered to be his best work, far superior to Don Quixote. Also, an anime of Heart of Darkness would be kino.
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I can't stop thinking about this scene. For almost a week now, it's the first thing I think about when I wake up. I think about it every time I go to the bathroom. I thought about it all throughout church today. It's hard to even hold a conversation with others because I can't stop replaying it in my head. Every time I tell someone, they just laugh it off as "haha lolsorandom!" even those it's serious. I've rewatched it several times today already. I just keep clinging to the hope that things won't always be this way, that this isn't going to last forever.
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Mike's favorite is Star Trek VI and there's nothing wrong with that because VI is the bet Star Trek film.
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Woddy Harrelson gaslights SNL audience
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Beardfat's gotten fatter.
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>Everyone talks about wanting a Tetris movie but Police Academy 6 exists
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Manbots v Fembots

These are the robots women got planned for the great war of the sexes? pssh
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Has vidya finally surpassed film in kino?
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>watch Mean Girls
>"The bigger the hoop, the bigger the hoe."
>decide that that is literally you
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Redpill me on the Grouch.
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Are any of the movie adaptations of Houellebecq's novels actually worth watching?
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South Park

have they yet gone and shown that they are the most ballsy, take no shit, don't give a fuck about your feelings, don't care how offended or disgusted you are, offensive cartoon creators of all time, and made any jokes about or directly towards the most protected and precious species on our planet right now, Trannies?
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Chainsaw Man

How does MAPPA manage to produce one flawless masterpiece after another?
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Rex Viper

Rex Viper thread???

Rex Viper Thread
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Leon the professional

why was this movie made?