Bobby Briggs Briganza's Replies


Yes. Are you a hillbilly from the Ozarks or something? Oysters are expensive delicacies. Great film. Gimmicky or not, the single take shot is beautiful. "has [not] gotten" - interesting verb tense. Implies "since." Since when? And does this mean you've followed me? Tat's interesting, because I have no idea who you are and would have no data as to how your "posting style" might evolve over time... nor would I care. That's really interesting. Thanks, Nicko's Nose. Good content. Do you type this on a tablet? Good quality sound editing? Good lighting, too, I hope. And please tell me they chose a pretty good font for the credits. If so, I'm sold. It's a mixture of two genres: Jump Scare and PBS Mystery! So if a mom who who likes to drink tea and eat shortbread watching Diana Rigg host BBC shows in the evening were to do a Benjamin Button and turn into a teenager and wait until the summer to watch this, she'd be good. Do Brazilians have nostalgia for Woody? They're trying to make her sound sexy by making her sound like ur mom. What I mean is that in the original movie, the "scary" stuff was subtle -- some ghost or whatever would just appear in the corner of the screen and you'd spot it. But this one was standard dumb POV startling-with-loud-noise style. It was a stupid jump-scare movie. Yes, she's a white British young female. It's why you always see British guys marrying foreign Thai etc. ladies who already have kids. OK, haha! Why are you replying to me telling me exactly what I said/know? haha Posting about what vocal fry is is so 2012. (To the max.) And we used to just call it creaky voice before that. Most of Larry's women have been obnoxious or ugly. Richard Lewis has had some babes tho, which is supposed to be ridiculous. She's a Jew stereotype -- not very adventurous / kinky / willing in bed. Larry first hears her "Jewish" accent and suspects, then it is confirmed when she acts like a stereotypical "prude." Jewish humor. Because he was light skinned black? And yet, it makes me want to have sex with both of them. Are you the mother of writer of the show? Did you write to his teacher to defend him from all criticisms when he got a D on his book report? Every 2-3 weeks? I'm sure the plan of what movies to show in a theatre has something to do with filling certain boxes, i.e. idiot comedy, teen, superhero, date night horror... so the pattern is bound to repeat regularly. It's always been like this, where one has to play the game of "find the normal adult movie." But it's gotten harder recently as "superhero / comic book" was squeezed in as another box to fill. Sometimes they fill it twice.