Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by willy cheesesteak, Jul 25, 2010.
True dat. 3 inches never looked so good.
So whats the verdict? Read the book before seeing the movie or the other way around?
I´ve read several mentions of shane wanting to rape lori... are you talking about what happened at the CDC? And then some other mentions of shane wanting to kill rick or something like that... I´ve watched all episodes, am I missing anything?'
The Road was the worst piece of shit ever put down on paper.
^ This coming from an adult who hasn't flown in an airplane. Ever. Right.
Your hyperbole is worse than 10 Hitlers raping my grandmother.
well i figure, the biggest complaint about this show so far is... "WHY ARE THEY SO DUMB!?"
the point i was trying to raise was that we're on the other side of the looking glass... we keep bringing up points about how "badass" we would be in this situation... but that's just simply not the case imo.
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Yes, the CDC. The other is from the scene in the woods where Shane has the sheriff in his rifle sites thinking it is just the two of them out there. He seems to consider shooting but the old guy walks up. Later the old guy mentions that he "knows (or has seen) what kind of man you are."
What the fuck? How does my not having flown in an airplane in any way relate to my loathing Cormac McCarthy and his horrid fucking writing?
If you aren't into it you aren't into it, but the worst shit ever? Have you ever read The Da Vinci Code?
Thankfully, no. Having trouble discerning snark this evening?
Having trouble communicating it?
Book. Always. Not sure if I've ever read a book after seeing a movie.
I'm sorry I hurt your feelings.
I actually feel the opposite. The story in the film is usually a condensed version of the story in the book, so the book offers surprises and insight that the film ignored or merely hinted at, while the film is likely to disappoint if you are already familiar with the book. There are exceptions of course.
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