>its a brendan episode
>Parts of Halbach’s body were found burned in Avery’s fire pit.
>Evidence of Avery’s involvement was found inside his home.
>There is DNA evidence tying the bullet found in the Avery garage to Halbach.
>Avery was the last known person to see Halbach alive.
>Police found her car, with blood on it and in it, left on the Avery family’s lot.
>Avery’s high-school age cousin, Brendan Dassey,...
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ITT : actor/actress with bright future
>93 years old
>Still cameos in movies
He'll be fine
>muh strong independant womyn who needs no man
>muh bbc love interest
Well done /tv/ for tricking me into watching this cuckshit. I quit 10 minutes into it.
To be honest, i liked this movie. It wasn't a masterpiece, but it definitely wasn't a piece of shit. What do you guys think about Birdman?
Main character is so fucking boring and uninteresting and I could not care less about the message the film is trying to tell.
Liked the way it was filmed and Edward Norton was the best thing about it.
>Yfw this dog might actually be dead now
What was the point of the houses? Why separate people based on how brave, smart, inconsequential, and racist they are?
Because in England, despite them all being SJW's they actually like to segregate people by classes.
Gryffindor and Slytherin represent the two highest lordiest houses.
Ravenclaw represented the middle class
Hufflepuff represented the working class or poor class.
The two high lording houses represented the good lords and the bad lords like most British mythological stories do.
Alex Rolt claimed on Twitter that he played stormtrooper in Star Wars film
The 23-year-old became an internet sensation, gaining praises for his role
Lucasfilm revealed the claim was a lie and role was played by Liang Yang
Was getting caught part of his plan?
>85 years old
>still making movies
hell be fine
>89 years old
>still makes documentaries
I think he'll be fine
Is Tom Hardy autistic or just a really bad actor?
Jesus, Casper... what has life done to you that you had to resort to this?
>its a lisa/maggie/marge/grandpa episode
does "grampa is an itchy & scratchy writer" count as a grampa episode? because that one is great, although it could be called a "bart and lisa solving everything" episode
lisa on ice is also a great episode
>it's a bart/homer/lisa/maggie/marge/santa's little helper/grandpa episode
Why were they all CGI? Why did lucasfilms decide to just "do the computers" with this?
Because it was new, and George liked doing new things unlike some people *cough* JJ Abrams *cough*