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This is my main thought. A baby would be a very strong draw for such a lonely woman, someone to love and take care of, a reason for being. Not being able to bear a child, even if it's from that otherwise inadequate husband of hers, would have added to depression. A child would have brought her a lot of joy — she could make a baby room, wallpaper it blue, hang mobiles, spent every living moment thinking of and caring for that child. Sonny ended up being that for her, until he wasn't. In that final scene, she showed her fury for him dumping her like that, then final resignation that this was all she had, just like his realization that he was never leaving that town and had already become a part of it's storied history. I also thought other illnesses, but she never got sick. She only shock during that final scene with the coffee pot, but that was because her anger was boiling up in her. I'm not sure about the director choice, but I'm looking forward to more of this series. I just watched the trilogy again and each time I do, I love it a little bit more. As much as the original series was part of my cherished childhood, I feel that the newer trilogy does much better in ALL aspects. An adult Cornelius, son of Caesar, would be a great character lead. I hope there's no time-travel. They've already left that boat behind (apes coming from the future was not the genesis of the Dawn/Rise of apes of this new series). And let's have no "holy bomb" analogies in this new series. That part of the original series is cornier than heck. Speck Heh. Shortly after posting the above, I ran into this (I should have googled first): It would be a complete and utter waste of time for him to validate any side of your insane hate tirade. Once you realize this, you'll know how much energy you're squandering and perhaps will get on with your life. "Discuss" As soon as you move out of your grandma's basement. I found aNOTHER glaring error: Robin Hood is a FICTIONAL character -- how dare he appear on the supreme map of all time?! And don't EVEN get me started on the giant -- LAZY writing. Winston is real though. But the back is the least of his worries. Signed, Speck PS: the supreme asking for a signature? Wot an insult to the theater viewer's intelligence -- they never did explain what rights Kevin had signed away! Has anybody seen Kevin lately? Hey Jimmy, When you get your drivers license and don't need your retinoids anymore, you might find that adults have to endure hardships much larger than a film they don't like. You'll get over it. I mean, if you grew up into your 20s or 30s and still felt this way, that would be a sad thing indeed. Meanwhile, Rain aside, you never did mention how you liked this film (Knives Out). Ever seen The Brother's Bloom? It's really a great film. Ciao! Cheers! Chris "In the end, I think it was just another red herring and a comedic element." Yes. No, I will not discuss a comparison to a crappy film that is <b>nothing like</b> Knives Out. You mean the central character? View all replies >