Pictures hang about on Google like a gypsy fucking curse. There's no cure for the Internet. It would never go away. It'd be glued to your name, a fucking stain on you. I'd hang myself if that was me.
I wanted to binge watch this season as I do with all Netflix shows but these episodes just feel to real and I time in between to digest them.
Hasn't anyone noticed that the Meow Meow Beenz app was used identically for a Black Mirror episode? It's basically the same plot but treated differently
The only thing that bothered me was the fact that when she finally named the girl, she named her Olympia, rather than Cinderella/Ella
Okay action. Terrible dialogue and meh acting
Enjoyed more than i expected..Had some good plot twists 7.5/10
Darcy is so great. Kat Dennings should've had even more screentime in this.
For me the show changes almost too much after Troy leaves
If Tarantino and Edgar Wright had a baby... it would have been born at the El Royale.
It's an amazing movie provided you know what you're going in for. There'll always be moody critics who will find faults.This movie is exactly what it's trailer states. A light hearted murder mystery with comedy in between.Jennifer Aniston was lovely as always.I especially love the ending to it
SpoilerThey end up on the orient express.
I agree with the other comments that the story is pretty flat, and I really would have liked to have seen more of the actual perfect dates, but the characters were charming, the touching moments relatable (if sometimes cheesy), and most importantly, the jokes were hilarious.
It would be a AHS season without Ryan Murphy screwing everything up at the final scene.
The draw for me to this show was Dwayne Johnson (son of Nova Scotia born Rocky Johnson from Amherst) and Karen Gillian. I'd alway thought I'd enjoy The Rock but was never drawn to his movie choices, and Karen Gillian has been crushing it ever since her DOCTOR WHO days. This movie was a blast! Situationally funny, challenging social mores, drawing life affirming conclusions, big adventure, great comedic timing and talent. It was a hoot and I'll probably watch it again when it is released to DVD. I give it an 8 (great) out of 10. [Young Adult, Action, Adventure, Comedy].
I don't care what people say... I liked this movie! Sure some bits where predictable but I laughed most of the movie! Just like Baywatch... Don't think to much and just enjoy the movie
Best linesI’m waiting for an old friend - BranYou left me for dead - HoundI also robbed you - AryaI’ve always had blue eyes! - TormundWhatever they want - DanybutIt had its moments - Sansa
They need wheelchair ramps in Winterfell. They left Bran in the courtyard overnight!
Parallelism between Season 1 Episode 1 and Season 8 Episode 1
Foreshadowing (from different Seasons/Episodes.)
01. S03E05“ “Let’s not go back. Let’s stay here a while longer,” Ygritte tells Jon. “I don’t ever want to leave this cave, Jon Snow.” S08E01 “We could stay a thousand years. No one would find us,” Daenerys says to Jon.02. Sam is suggesting rebelling against the Targaryen because they burned his father and brother alive. Similar to when Robert's Rebellion, began when Rhaegar Targaryen, allegedly abducted Robert's betrothed, Lyanna Stark.
"Waiting for an old friend".
"Waiting for an old friend".
Damn you Three-Eyed Raven!
-But you are like... I mean, you're really...-Human?-I was going to say "hot", but yeah! That too!
I still can't believe that Katie McGrath is real and beautiful and she wore a leather dress and a pantsuit and looking at chessboard like some evil villain master mind. Little Lena and Lex are cute, I can't. And you can't take away the headcanon that Lena was not a Luthor by blood from my hands, thank you very much.
I'm at season one, binged watched almost all the season in one sitting. I find it very amusing
I've finally gotten around to watching this show and needless to say, I loved it. I don't tend to pick favorites with anything and while I thoroughly enjoyed this show, I'm a little baffled how so many people are calling this the greatest show of all time. It has great cinematography, in-depth meaning to the episode names, foreshadowing or symbolism in unique ways, but shouldn't how much you enjoy the show also play a factor in whether or not it's the 'greatest show of all time'? Just because a majority calls something the best of its category doesn't make it the best. Don't get me wrong, I don't hate the show. I just think that even if a show is bad to a majority's standards, there's still someone out there who considers that show the greatest show of all time. It doesn't matter if more people think a show is the greatest show of all time, it doesn't automatically make it true. Everyone has different tastes. Just like how there's also a majority who don't like or hate this show and aren't a fan of it, and that's completely fine. I liked this show even though it was pretty slow multiple times, but I wouldn't consider it the greatest show of all time. Everyone has their own 'greatest show of all time.' This show just isn't mine.
Walter is slowly slipping into his Heisenberg persona in his personal life. It's only a matter of time before he slips a little too much. He needs to go back to being Heisenberg, selling meth, so he can be all badass out there instead of among his family. Taking the ending of the episode into consideration, Walter's whole plan of being done with his other life isn't working out too well. I wonder if those two guys, or at least the boss or leader, whatever you'd call him, realized he's Heisenberg since he told them to stay out of his territory. Or maybe they were just scared.
I'm so in love with all of the three Snicket siblings
[8.1/10] It’s funny the things you notice on rewatch, like a subtle theme in this one of the members of the group looking for affection and fulfillment in other places and coming back to their friendship when they realize it’s what they really want.
That’s most adorable and most obvious in the Troy/Abed story. Their joint efforts to woo the librarian are, as she herself puts it, the cutest thing to ever happen to her, and there’s that combination between sweet and weird in their courtship efforts that’s the foundation of the Troy/Abed relationship. Troy bailing on the librarian when she says Abed’s weird, only to end in a hug with his best friend, is a nice note to close on.
The Britta/Annie story is fun in that regard too. There’s a solid comic setup in Britta and Page both thinking the other’s a lesbian and having the smug pride of being a progressive straight person as the only reason each has befriended the other. But for all the satire of that (and the gleeful schadenfreude of Britta and her ersatz counterpart being secretly judged by Annie and her ersatz counterpart), there’s also heart when Britta realizes that far from the “brave admiration” she thinks she wants for her friendship choices, she’s more touched by Annie’s support, which ends in just as nice of a hug as Troy and Abed.
Then there’s Jeff. His “this is a fight” moment with the group, which somehow gets cross-pollinated with an amusing riff the Barenaked Ladies, is silly but archly so, with that comic tone that Community mastered. His hosting Prof. Duncan, and eventually Chang, and eventually a whole party gets a little loony, especially when it turns into an elaborate scheme from Chang to squat there.
But I like the aftermath, where Jeff is the life of a party, but realizes he misses his friends. The fact that they can get by without him, and the realization that being their friend is a blessing, something he wants, not an obligation, is that extra depth that set this show apart. Naturally, he tries to impart some encouragement to Pierce, who has been chatting with a pain pill-encouraging hallucination of Andy Dick. Okay, this show is weird too. There’s a definite dark goofball quality to Pierce’s psyche convincing himself to keep taking pills, that goes just plain dark when Pierce is laid out on a park bench.
It’s the characteristic glimmer of something sad and serious in the midst of all the heart and frivolity. But that just makes this episode more complex and interesting and rich. Overall, a nice off kilter holiday episode that has a sideways and somewhat fractured but still affecting moral behind it.
Loved how it was real life them in the reflexion on the TV. That was a nice touch.
Normally when comenting on shows or movies like this you need to preface it with"given that this is a horror flick, ..." For this episode, that qualification isunnecessary. It stands completely on its own. This isn't just a good hour ofscary entertainment, it's one of the best hours of television I've watched thisyear.
The episode doesn't just completely recontextualise a story arch we've seenbefore and changes the view we have on a character, but paints a really deep andcomplex picture of a man dealing with grief and addiction. The horror elementsserve a greater purpose than just spooking the audience. They are a fundamentalpart of our character's journey and affort us with a way to understand his innerdaemons in a very real way.
All of this coupled with the brilliant smooth and deliberate camera work thatkeeps you at the edge of seat throughout makes this one of the most affectingepisodes of television I've seen this year.
What a load of crap. The acting was dreadful. Give this a wide berth if possible. Story line was rubbish too. Total thumbs down for me.
So glad Ray found some dwarf star. Three episodes of whaaa! I don't have a suit was too much.
damn prometheus really a dramatic ass bitch..... just text oliver.. leave him a note or something smh no one needs words written in fire
"My name is Quentin Lance. After five years drinking just whisky, I started a job with only one goal: to prevent Oliver Queen from killing my daughters. Today, I fight that war in two fronts. By day, I oversleep and work as deputy mayor. But by night, I am someone else. I am something else. I am Prometheus"
Parents of the year right here.