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Movies Anonymous 06/12/2022 (Sun) 22:15:52 No. 17116 [Reply]
Finalchan, this is a movie thread. what have you come across on your journey? >She's tough. She's tender. She's all woman. And all machine. Daniel Emerson is acquitted of the rape of classical pianist Gaily Morton, and part of the blame for the acquittal lies with the testimony of Daniel's friends Norman, Oscar, Toby, and Craig, who all helped Daniel rape Gaily. Still devastated by the rape and unable to deal with the acquittal, Gaily commits suicide by jumping off of the top of the court building as soon as the trial ends, much to the horror of her brother Albert, who is a scientist. Five years later, Daniel has made Norman, Oscar, Toby, and Craig partners in his business, which forces homeowners and their homes out of the way to make way for bigger developments. By this time, after five years of working with Gaily's body, Albert has turned Gaily into a cyborg that is programmed to get bloody revenge on Daniel, Norman, Oscar, Toby, and Craig.
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>>17198 Some other classics to check out and watch: A Fistful of Dollars (1964) & For A Few Dollars More (1965) Goin' South (1978) Two-Lane Blacktop (1971) Nebraska (2013) In The Heat Of The Night (1967) ^^ the other two sequels to this classic movie played by Sidney Poitier were called "They Call Me Mister Tibbs!" (1970) and "The Organization" (1971) which were worth the watch but not as good as the first film. Falling Down (1993) The Day After (1983) The Breakfast Club (1985) <if you like comedy Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986) <if you like comedy Uncle Buck (1989) <if you like comedy Rio Bravo (1959) Panic In Year Zero (1962) Desolation (2017) <if you like classic horror story without gore Needful Things (1993) <another classic horror story without gore

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>>17198 >>17206 Not all those are "family friendly" films, I'll add a few more and mention the ones previously listed that are all suitable for watching with your family (suitable means no explicit sex or gore): Any of the Don Knotts films are funny and great for family entertainment. Teenagers will dig the old Cheech & Chong stoner movies. Trading Places (1983) <great for Christmas time ; A Christmas Story (1983) <great for Christmas time ; Older "Christmas Carols" from 1938, 1951 and the TV-movie from 1984 are by far the best versions. The original Star Wars series from 1977 to 1983 (kids always love Star Wars) ; Long, Long Trailer (1954) <staring Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz!! ; Jaws (1975) ; Smokey And The Bandit (1977) ; Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) ; Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory (1971) ; Citizen Kane (1941) ; A Night to Remember (1958) ; The Quiet Man (1952) ; Back To The Future (1985) ; Nebraska (2013) ; Walking Tall (1973) ; Forrest Gump (1994) ; What's Eating Gilbert Grape (1993) ; Nebraska (2013) ; The Breakfast Club (1985) ; Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986) ; Uncle Buck (1989) ; Rio Bravo (1959) ; Panic In Year Zero (1962) ; teenagers would dig Maximum Overdrive (1986) it's more of an action movie than a horror flick. If you have a family these are some classics you should consider watching with them.
I watched two good movies over the last week. Snowden (2016) and Five Easy Pieces (1970). Both were pretty good movies for completely different eras. Lol at seeing Sally Struthers nude for the first time, she was a babe back in the day!
I just watched 'The Ballad of Buster Skruggs' and boy-oh-boy was it a trip. I'm not even sure how to describe the flick without ruining at least some aspect of it. I laughed, I shivered in fear. Was very enjoyable, but my gf spent the first hour going, "what t he fuck?" Grade: A Recommend: Yes

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I think you lost this.
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>>16923 korone is not for sex, hooman

Anonymous 05/14/2022 (Sat) 01:07:25 No. 16891 [Reply]
finalchan is kill
John lenon; no
>>17134 lurk moar.

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Anonymous 06/20/2022 (Mon) 01:35:56 No. 17126 [Reply]
0 Posts per hour...

is this an alphaleak or just an accident? Anonymous 06/19/2022 (Sun) 13:38:09 No. 17124 [Reply]
Maybe some of you have seen it. Elon tweeted yesterday and the tweet was quickly deleted. Looking at the nft pointed out by Elon, it doesn't look very institutional (pridecatsnft). Actually the price is very cheap. I have only one question in mind. Was it an accident or an alpha leak? What are you thinking?
>>17124 nobody cares, dumb fuck

p4 Anonymous 06/12/2022 (Sun) 22:46:12 No. 17117 [Reply]
You're approached by two gigantor mouths with black tongues. What do you do?
I stop playing a childs game and boot up Shin Megami Tensei like a man.

Am I capable enough to be a great diplomatist? Bruining Dianthe 06/02/2022 (Thu) 02:38:26 No. 16960 [Reply]
Look at how smartly-dressed I am. I also bath every day, I stopped using my backyard bushes and use bidet since I was 6.

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Anonymous 05/06/2022 (Fri) 23:26:51 No. 16874 [Reply]
>Zero Posts Per Hour...
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Zero posts per hour...
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>>16918 Comfy.
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Have a post for this hour.
oh my sex porst tu fiornlocho
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i'm better than you

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Anonymous 05/20/2022 (Fri) 05:03:39 No. 16910 [Reply]
What is his phenotype?

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Anonymous 05/06/2022 (Fri) 00:31:56 No. 16873 [Reply]
Left one (top one) was the first target, other one is the second one. Feel like I did a good job making corrections. Had fun shooting in the rain. Targets were 15 yards away. 9mm pistol.