Yes, as far as I know.
There are also these people who feel he isn't him, so don't feel badly about it.
Yes, as far as I know.
It was beyond pathetic, it really was. The funny thing about the story, is that is sucked so bad that movie companies rejected it.kj6723 wrote: ↑1 year agoGlass was bad, and I mean it was really cringingly bad. If it wasn’t for the high profile actors and familiar characters, there were moments I would have thought I was watching a B movie. I kept desperately hoping something would happen to justify the incoherent plot choices, but up to the completely anticlimactic end it was awful
Really disappointing because I love both Unbreakable and Split. I’m going to pretend this one didn’t happen and think of those others as standalone films. Really not sure what M Night was thinking on this one
How is anime and comic book stuff dumb?koolaidshade wrote: ↑1 year agoI watched all of the vampire diaries and most of the originals. I'm not ashamed to say TVD was my favorite show, and I was pretty bummed for it to end, especially with how the ending could have been a bit better.
I might check out the Charmed reboot series this week. I've always been a fan of the more "feminine" shows, but they also happen to have more elaborate drama and character interactions. Most people who bash on these shows watch dumb stuff like anime or capeshit so its not like it matters anyways...
The AI loves you. The gold digger doesntHairblues wrote: ↑1 year agoI agree with everything you said about it.
I think I like second season more, even though for me first season was easier to follow. I do have to binge rewatch it one day because I do miss some nuances with the plot first time around. (Especially around the original creators of the AI Hopkins and the original humane bernard(can’t think his name)
It’s funny because on HairLossTalk they used to discuss (think exodus really ) about one day theoretically being able to buy a perfect looking AI and programming them falling in love with person ..and to me that’s like the equivalent of paying a gold digger to be a girlfriend/wife. It’s both fake.
I guess the rational is it’s programed to be real, therefore it is, and then it evolves. But if it evolves and becomes real, it won’t stay falsely in love. It might even feel resentful.
If it’s a simple a concept then you should be able to effectively counter without going ‘ full female sluthate mode.’
I think we watched 2 different shows.rclark wrote: ↑1 year agoLook I don't want to be cynical about women in the United States, but I do think an artificial woman in
the United States could "turn bad" if introduced to other women. She would be stealing money out of the
guys at the moment and stealing his credit cards, let's just be honest about it.
An artificial intelligent robot that doesn't nag, gives me sex whenever I want it, that does sound kind of good
at first. But I would lock her in the house, and turn her off when I'm going to work.
She's not human, so I don't want to hear any negative remarks about that.
About Game of Thrones.
There probably not that many fans of GOT in Europe, since it shows at 12:00 AM in the morning?
That said, was the second to the last ending terrible or what?
We all know that Arya will kill Cersei and Jaime on the show finale.
I wish Yara would take the "Iron Throne", because she is a lesbian.
I don’t find her sexy but I saw this before all the hype and it sucked me in like few shows do these days.
Blade Runner 2049, Ex Machina, and Alita Battle Angel (to a lesser extent) attempt to explore these issues. You should watch them.
R, I was listening to Stern the other day and he was complaining a TON about how dark a recent episode of Game of Thrones was. An episode which was a long epic battle... but the lighting was so poor that he couldn't see the action. I dont watch Game of Thrones, so I'm curious, if you saw the episode, is he right? Callers mostly agreed with him. Of course the whole convo was hilarious.