They'll use an stunt actor to catch it instead. It seems to me that she's overreacting. He seems to be just an amateur photographer. Not everything is about sex. Don't miss the 15 years later short https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6582384/?ref_=nm_flmg_dr_1 Your turn. 1. The Passion of the Christ (2004) - Aramaic 2. Lord of the Rings series - Elvish 3. Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991) - Klingonese 4. Alien Nation (1988) - Tenctonese 5. Il Primo Re AKA The First King: Birth of an Empire (2019) - early Latin 6. District 9 (2009) 7) Star Wars (1977) - The Jawas 8. Enemy Mine (1985) 9. Star Gate (1994) Ra's language 10. Despicable Me (2010) - Minionese 11. Quest for Fire (1981) - invented language that tries to reproduce a prehistoric paleolithic language https://moviechat.org/tt2527338/Star-Wars-The-Rise-Of-Skywalker/5e0a3a5da29749054e21743e/Red-Letter-Media-Half-in-the-Bag-The-70-Minute-Rise-of-Skywalker-Review Doctor Who has gone to shit since Capaldi. Worst thing with Capaldi is how they wasted him. I think he was the perfect actor to play the Doctor... if only he had had good scripts. The Whittaker seasons are different... there's nothing wasted because there's nothing really valuable. Except the big budget, of course, that was the only thing wasted there. Are you kidding? Many people know them here. 1. The Passion of the Christ (2004) - Aramaic 2. Lord of the Rings series - Elvish 3. Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991) - Klingonese 4. Alien Nation (1988) - Tenctonese 5. Il Primo Re AKA The First King: Birth of an Empire (2019) - early Latin Mods in this forum are very good. They watch the forum, but they don't intervene unless it's clearly necessary. It's true that there's users that escalate quickly to name-calling, but that's a very minor issue, and I'd rather have that than being afraid of what you can or can not say in the forum. Give 20-30 minutes and I think about a new one 1. THE UPSIDE (2017) 2. Born On the Fourth of July (1989) 3. Silver Bullet (1985) 4. THE EX (2006) 5. Notting Hill (1999) 6. X-Men (2000) 7. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974) 8. Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) 9. Forrest Gump (1994) 10. MAC & ME (1988) 11. What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962) 12. Muriel's Wedding (1994) 13. Le scaphandre et le papillon (2007) Guardians of the Galaxy happened to be probably the best movie in the Marvel franchise. That was lighting in a bottle. She only appears in the BBC series, once Moffat decided to separate from the original Conan Doyle stories, from 3rd season on. I feel that this part of the series breaks completely the immersion. I find it difficult to believe, even inside the universe of the series. 1. Six Days Seven Nights (1998) 2) Gilligan's Island (1964) 3. Survival Island (2005) 4. Enemy Mine (1985) 5) Lost Flight (1970) 6. The Empire Strikes Back - Luke in Dagoobah And Mycroft. In the original stories, he's supposed to be much more intelligent than Sherlock. 1. Six Days Seven Nights (1998) 2) Gilligan's Island (1964) 3. Survival Island (2005) 4. Enemy Mine (1985) You're right. He was excessively brilliant. However, I only ask a story to make its own rules clear and to be coherent with them. The first two seasons, the series managed to do that. The third season, though, the whole thing became a mess. I think the first two seasons of Sherlock are great. The rest... meh... Well, after watching the first ones (all of them were quite recent), I purposely tried to think about old series. Nobody said BBC's Sherlock neither.