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Too bad he abandoned using his "cubist" directing style Do all those who died return to life at the end? Cane was not a prolific writer This movie doesn't even connect well with the first one So what are Biden's policies going to be? I tried to watch this again for a second time, and it's even worse this time. Why did he not kill the lawyer Longdale? The xenomorphs are too dumb in this movie Why would anyone put out-of-shape Joe Don Baker in an action hero movie? Was what Keyser Soze did all for nothing? View all posts >


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Not related to Stephen King, but to one of his contemporaries, in "The Wurdulak" when Boris Karloff comes home after five days and sits by the fire is almost exactly copied by Robert R. McCammon in his "Salem's Lot" 1981 knockoff "They Thirst." It's a great horror book, though. Not only is it strange the Democrats can't just wait a week and he'll be out to face common criminal prosecution as an everyday citizen, but by going through a long impeachment they'll risk tying up Biden's first 100 days to get his policies through, whatever that may be. He knows he's in deep trouble now. The family of the dead will be able to sue him for all his money and win. Encouraging a violent mob and people ending up dead is about as liable as you can get. Critical Drinker is a good reviewer who knows a lot about writing, but I feel he kind of let him himself get dragged down by hanging out with those cliques of not so smart Youtubers (Nerdrotic, Doomcock, etc., etc.) I noticed his quality was better before. A good takedown I watched was Screen Rants pitch meeting for "WW84." That phrase "it's what we need right now" is how a critic says something is garbage, but don't want to jeopardize any perks they may get from the Hollywood studios. The problem is probably low IQ. I'd bet most of them chart around 80 points, a good 20 points lower than the average white Australian, and when people are that low they require either constant supervision or violent discipline to stay in line, or things like this happen. I dropped out when Negan and the Saviors came in. It was the dumbest idea when they figuratively castrated Rick Grimes and made him subservient to Negan. The writing went to crap, too, with scenarios playing out that didn't make sense, and were there just to move the plot along. I think only the lamest diehard fans, probably thirteen year olds, are left now. I always assumed that if Number 6 resisted too much he'd be killed, so he kind of played along and gave only non-violent resistance. People finally broke out of their denial. I remember "The Force Awakens" was originally praised by everyone, but now it seems that one's hated now as well. I watched it once, and tried to watch it again since it was up for free on Prime, but couldn't get past the first twenty minutes. Stallone should have gone with that crazy sci-fi storyline about Rambo taking on a genetically enhanced creature. Rambo taking on some Mexican criminal cartels seems like a downgrade from taking on the Russian Spetsnaz. View all replies >