"You're No Good" "Blue Bayou" "Hurts So Bad" Sicario No Country for Old Men Milk "I Walk the Line" "Ring of Fire" "Folsom Prison Blues" "It Ain't Me Babe" "Jackson" Lung cancer is never a blessing. Rush may have brought it on himself with his years of cigar smoking, but I hope his health turns around. Ocean's 11 Michael Clayton O Brother, Where Are Thou? This will be a never-ending debate. Overall, I do feel the sequel trilogy were a tad better overall in cinematic quality than the prequels. That said, the prequels at least had a story to tell and did a good job expanding the [i]Star Wars[/i] universe. I can't say the same for the sequel trilogy. It's the same reason he didn't know Luke was his son until [i]The Empire Strikes Back[/i] which is about three years later. It's because he thought his children had died with Padmé. The competition this year was a lot stronger than it was in 2003. Robert Downey, Jr. opted not to campaign for Best Leading Actor and he wouldn't made the cut anyway since he had strong competition against Adam Driver, Joaquin Phoenix, Leonardo DiCaprio, and etc. LOL. That was never going to happen. I would very much like to see her win an Oscar. She should win one this decade. I saw this on opening day and they previewed too many trailers: Wonder Woman 1984, Top Gun: Maverick, Black Widow, Onward, Soul, Free Guy, Bad Boys for Life, No Time to Die, Scoob!, and Mulan. Brilliant impersonation. Johnson had Kylo Ren kill Snoke because he found his character more interesting than Snoke who was basically the same character as Palpatine. It seemed like the idea was that Kylo Ren would be the main villain for the next film, and we know Colin Trevorrow's version had Kylo Ren become redeemed. They do. <spoiler>Rey uses the Force to heal Kylo Ren after she strikes him with a lightsaber. When Rey is near death at the end, Kylo uses his remaining lifeforce to revive her.</spoiler> The film is a middle finger to Disney's retelling of popular fairy tales. I know, right? Force healing could have changed the trajectory of the entire saga. There's also similar lines in which Bond invokes that they have a God complex. ("History isn't kind to men who think they're God."; "Our asylums are full of people who think they're Napoleon. Or God.") Fiona. I had a crush on her myself. That Walt Disney was cryogenically frozen. And the answer is no. He was cremated. The reason the movie exists is because Disney had been trying for years to adapt [i]The Snow Queen[/i] into an animated film. I liked it better than [i]The Lion King[/i] remake particularly because they used enough CGI on the dogs in order for them to act emotionally expressive and kept most of the charm of the original film.