|cognitivedissonance - 2017-03-21 |
I saw this playing one day in the office breakroom. Nobody was watching it. It came to this scene and I burst out laughing, and some lady came in, and I was totally embarrassed.
"In 2014, King told Rolling Stone that "I don't like Dreamcatcher very much," and stated that the book was written under the influence of Oxycontin."
Did King ever write anything NOT under the influence of drugs/booze?
Nothing worth a shit.
I actually really like this movie and I'm still not sure why it receives the hate that it does. This scene had some of the best surround sound I have ever experienced in a theater no joke.
King's best film is the one he personally hates the most, because Kubrick was just way out of his class and was actually condescending to do "The Shining". He's never really made peace with the fact that it's so beloved because it strips the story of everything King loves most: sideplots, overly explained, precious mystical hokum, and plug-ins to the Metaplot.
|Nominal - 2017-03-21 |
Aw, man. I wanted Morgan's speech to be a surprise when I showed this.
What kind of a dog, what kind of a monster can hear that heartbreak and still move forward with spoiling Nominal's good fun? Well I'm that dog... I'm that monster. I'm here to kick some ass!
|Caminante Nocturno - 2017-03-21 |
Who wouldn't want to blow up those aliens after having that annoying bullshit transmitted directly into their head?
|godot - 2017-03-21 |
For these aliens, space travel is a prologue for trips taking them where few have gone before; they explode from the business end of the intestinal track, through that orifice we would be least willing to lend them for their activities. The movie, perhaps as a result, has as many farts as the worst teenage comedy.
|Louddetective - 2017-03-22 |
... I do not remember this or anything like it from this movie.
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