Just saw this. A bit of a disappointment but has some nice visuals going on.
What did you guys think?
Happy to give it a 6/10, myself. Will answer any questions.
Is it worth watching if you just want to watch a spooky movie for halloween with good atmosphere and some creepy vibes? Not looking for a super scary horror movie, but I've heard that the plot is very meh.
Eh, I think if you want jumpscares and spookiness you'd be better off seeing the new Paranormal Activity. Is that out yet? Dunno.
I'd be hard-pressed to call this a horror. More of a thriller, I think.
It's not a movie about ghosts, it's a movie with ghosts. A metaphor for the past.- it's fucking corny, but I'm pretty sure that's what they were getting at. Honestly, considering she was writing...
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From my point of view, the modern and future setting was real, and he goes on to develop immortality with the express purpose of getting the tree he planted her at... to her star and wanting to survive the trip.
Her story of a immortality tree in Aztec lands, lead him to investigate the plants from Central America.
Be honest, they were the best part of the first seasons of Pokemon.
They were deluded into thinking it was really powerful, although their Pokemon were shit cause they never trained them. Some of their antics were GOAT in the first 2 seasons and funny as fuck.
Was JD's friendship with Turk realistic?
in all seriousness though, I found JP's "background" to be something that completely missed in the entire series. In one ep JP and Turk and the latina make fun of the blonde girl because she's "white", implying JP isn't white in that sense. But he seems totally like that dude who grew up in the suburbs and turk was probably the first black guy he's ever seen, and he's only like 37% black
>you're into nerdy stuff anon, do you like the big bang theory?
Hello, Amerifriends, Anon here, I would like to know how many hours are left for this show to start.
Thank you in advance.
>"The Ability To Destroy a Planet is Insignificant Next to the Power of the Force"
>moving objects around with your hands and throwing them about is more significant than being able to destroy an entire fucking planet
The force is what binds the entire galaxy. You can destroy a planet but you can't destroy what controls the universe. It's not rocket surgery. Vader is saying that that power is nothing compared to god, essentially.
Why is he so based?
I just started Freak Show and this checked off all kinds of fetishes. Angela Basset is crazy fucking hot and almost 60.
Hah, didn't notice the middle breast is being held down with fucking double sided tape. That's wonderful.
Anyway, it's pretty good up until episode 5 or 6. Then it gets good in the last episode again. they also sort of throw away one of the plots.
"I don't need an army, I need Twen-Tee Goodman."
What did he mean by this?
Did Ramsay and one other man take on Stannis' camp alone?
what are some other pro-pedo movies?
Come, meme me a meme
fuck you kington
I just watched this and I spent the entire movie repeating the words "This is reddit, this is memes, this is reddit, this is memes..." under my breath.
I fucking hated it. I was writhing around on the floor in front of my sofa for the last 30 seconds it was so painful.
>Ayy quirky reddit pop science meme im going to le science the heck outta this xD lmao
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