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Discussion in 'GMD Social Forum' started by Satanstoenail, May 10, 2008.
nobody said it wasn’t obvious you demented pillock, who are you even arguing with
When I don't feel like watching Breaking Bad I've been rewatching Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance. Such a good show, so amazingly well crafted and epic in scale. Fucking sucks that Netflix cancelled the planned second season, I would have loved to see them cover the Garthim War.
but of course
Walt's diagnosis of being terminal is what makes Heisenberg able to come out
without Walt finding out he was terminal, Walt's life would have continued to be the mediocrity thing
if Walt was terminal without ever finding out about it and his terminal condition just killed him in his sleep without him ever knowing that death was "coming soon" then "Heisenberg" would never have been anything more than just a voice in Walter's head
and watching the last 5 years of Walter's life would have been the most boring TV show ever
Not as boring as you typing the same shit, just differently.
That's right. Typing the same shit, just differently, is boring.
agreed. it's boring to keep typing the same stuff, only differently.
but clearly the producers were doing a series-arc with Walt dying having been scheduled as the big-event-of-the-series-finale from the moment of filming the first episode, because if Walter's death wasn't a pre-determined event in the pre-planned-series-finale, then the "trigger-event" that creates Heisenberg would have just been something different than Walt finding out he's terminal
i mean, duh
you guys are all idiots for not seeing this instantly
and now I'm wondering if @Sophii has seen breaking bad
No retarded faggot, you're the idiot for thinking you're the only one who knew instinctively that Walt would die when the show first aired.
what i'm saying here
is that walt dying in the series finale should have been totally fucking obvious to EVERYONE when they first saw the fist episode
the only fucking reason i even STARTED talking about breaking bad was because of someone saying they were surprised when walt died in the series finale, like they'd somehow forgotten about walt even having the cancer or something
nobody said this or anything like it, you completely hallucinated it. this is why everyone keeps telling you to put a sock in it.
I'm willing to admit that this might have just been me somehow misreading something when a ton of separate people were all making posts about the series finale
i still stand by my thought though
walt-was-gonna-die-in-the-series-finale was something that should have been completely-totally-fucking-obvious to EVERYONE when they first saw the first episode
Everybody knew he was destined to die retard, now shut the fuck up.
anyone here seen any of Dexter season 9 yet??
i just now re-read book "The handmaid's Tale" and now i'm again thinking this thing should have been a movie
there have been alot of chick-lit books where the woman finds out she's pregnant on the first page and gives birth on the last page
and a bunch of these books got made into made-for-TV chick-flick movies on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lifetime_(TV_network)
and now after just now re-reading the book
i think it really could have been one of these made-for-TV Lifetime-Network movies
but also with the popularity of the Hunger Games and the Divergent trilogy
i think that the plot of Offred figuring out she's pregnant as the first scene and giving birth as the last scene
could actually have even been made into a good-at-the-box-office theatrically-released-movie,
considering the weird dystopian future world of the story
There is a movie dickhead.
i'm an American and i completely forgot this movie existed
even though after reading the cast-list i think i may have actually seen this movie once-or-twice
and while this movie might something that random Australians or random Europeans might clearly remember
I'm completely totally convinced that most of the specific Americans who are hardcore fans of the Hulu series
have completely forgotten that it was a 1990 movie, the same as i did
and i still think that because of the popularity the Hunger Games movies (2012, 2013, 2014, 2015)
and the Divergent Trilogy (2014, 2015, 2016)
The Handmaid's Tale being a 2017 theatrically-released movie could have done decent at the box-office
Anyone here watch How to with John Wilson? Been laughing my ass off watching it recently, some similar vibes to Nathan for You(Fielder is the executive producer)
no but i’m sold by the NFY comp.
Took too long to give it a go but damn season ten of curb was hilarious