Does he have autism?
He's literally the polar opposite of autistic you fucking idiots.
He has an empathy disorder. Autistic people have a major defect in cognitive empathy. Will graham has such a SURPLUS in both emotional and cognitive empathy that he literally can't differentiate between his own thoughts and emotions and other people's which is why he's so good at catching them.
Hydra did literally nothing wrong.
i like how the next page is a guy becoming a suicide bomber for NOT donald trump when in the actual world today the people who really do that are the islamic fundies he wants to keep out
>Its a "Chloe has high functioning autism" episode
I somehow managed to marathon the first 25 minutes but I'm getting bored does it get better? Also do the boners get bigger?
ITT shows your dad is obsessed with
Is there a better televison show?
itt: asian kino
He did nothing wrong and was right from the very beginning. Tell me how I'm wrong.
Warcraft 37,453,034 $ so far (opened UK ,Germany,France ,Italy ,Russia and few other countries )
- Is it any good ?
I liked it.
However, I felt like it needed a bit more plot progression and story thrown in there, it seemed to focus more on character relationships than anything else.
Perhaps a directors/extended version with some additional scenes would take it from a 7/10 to an 8/10.
It definitely had a unique art direction, I appreciated this though, every scene with Orcs in it was god tier.
There were a few walk outs in my screening, an elderly couple, one was in a wheelchair. I think they disappeared at the beginning of the second act.
Dwarves were based.
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Halfway through I thought ok, pretty much nothing happens, is anything significant going to happen at all? Closer to the end I realized the point of a film, basically it's about a madman who don't need no other people. Some scenes where he kills people are absurd in my opinion, what are his motives anyway? And how can he kill people and get away with it? Frankly I was expecting more, considering how much this film is praised. Did I miss something?
You probably didn't pay enough attention. He's trying to expand his oil company, he does everything to expand his business, it's the most important thing in the world for him, even more than his son. He kills the first guy, because he claims to be his brother to get a part of his money, he discovers he is not and kills him, then he kills Paul Dano's character because he was always trying to het some part of his business, but before Plainview does it, he humiliates him as much as he can to have his big payback.
>One of the best film-makers of his generation
>made movies around the same time as Kubrick and early Scorsese.
Yet while the plebs salivate over those guys they seem to have completely forgotten Altman.
>McCabe & Mrs. Miller
>The long goodbye
All terrific movies.
Why couldn't she take a fucking joke?
Plot twist edition.