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- Fri Jun 07, 2019 8:36 pm
- Forum: Cinema/TV
- Topic: Best/Worst Movies of 2019
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Dark Phoenix may very well be the first X-Men movie I never watch. Certainly won't go see it in the theater, and probably not even once it hits the movie channels. Just find Sophie Turner's acting atrocious, so a whole movie centered around it sounds like a real bummer.
Did yous catch the Jack Mccall/Francis Wolcott actor in his 3rd Deadwood role? Garret Dillahunt From Fear The Walking Dead. I didn't see him in the credits. I see that Jerry Cantrell had a bit part as a cowboy, though. When Bullock stops the mob from killing Hirst, he's a grizzly prospector who yel...
If Bronn wants Highgarden so bad he should just go take it. It's been sitting empty since the show creators reduced House Tyrell to four people, and killed them all off in two episodes.
The dragons in the books had scales so tough that spears, and arrows simply bounced off. A direct shot through the eye was the only way to deliver a fatal blow. These were dragons far older than the three in the show though, and no one had the ballistic missile arrows that Cersie does. Also, book Ta...
Show has always been kind of dumbed down though. Tons of awesome characters and storylines left out because they thought the average viewer wouldn't be able to keep up. They even changed Theon's sister from Asha to Yara because they figured we would confuse her with the Wildling Osha.
Grown dragons' scales should have deflected the bolts. Only 1 or 2 Targaryen dragons died in such fashion, and that was because they were hit straight in the eye. Then again, those bolts did explode war galleys as if they were tomahawk missiles.
What if to counter how easily Arya killed the Knight King she does go solo to kill Cersie, but Gregor doesn't fall for her glamour because of his living deadness and kills her just as easily?