The end sex scene between Bill and Sookie reminded me of a line from a Patton Oswalt bit.
"He lays on top of his beloved like a pile of laundry on top of another pile of laundry..."
Roc Resident: You can believe the borders should be more secure, but not swarm buses of frightened children with nasty signs and chanting.
And I think religion does play into this. Because you have this disgusting reaction from a majority of people who identify with the far right, politically. And these folks are often, quite loudly, Christian. Yet, the vile way they've been attacking the plight of these kids is just about the most unChrist-like thing I could possibly imagine.
I'm really surprised about your thoughts on the tree scene. I was not getting chemistry from power couple, Sookie and Bill AT ALL in this episode. We were talking during the viewing party about how the two actors are clearly over the show.
The angry town mob looked like a master's class of actors who previously appeared on at least one episode of Law and Order: SVU.
How do I get in on this Koch money to post pro-Koch comments?
Is it really that radical to go into a movie like Maleficent with expectations that some esteem for the original story would be upheld? It's Disney working off it's own property—it's not like another studio is making the film where they'd have to carefully toe the line of what's legally safe to use and what belongs to Disney.
Disney went out to the public with the message "Hey! Remember this thing you loved? We're going to give you more of it! More! Hold on to your butts, you're going to get more and it's going to be awesome!"
Granted, we all should have learned a lesson based on the terrible experience of George Lucas bringing us more Star Wars and then having the steaming pile of the prequels shoveled into our collective laps.
"the women dress in colorful gowns that push their breasts up as if they were selling fruit"
Really? How did the male actors' junk look in those knee breeches?
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