I never watched the anime but I enjoyed this movie a lot.
Why did weebs hate it so much?
>i-it's not like my chinese cartoon
Why didn't Light eat the potato chip?
Why did no one famous from the film industry die in 2007?
When did you sign up?
Have you gotten your card yet?
What's been your success rate with local theaters?
Im not gonna sit in "Moviepass Approved Theaters" surrounded by minorities like a moron
Rather pay the 30 I usually do at a VIP Movie Theater and have a nice drink while watching films
>pirates every movie and show he watches
>complains that Hollywood doesn't make content that appeals to him
*sexypouts your subway station*
Good day everyone.
I'm trying to find a specific film, which I don't know the name or many details to. In fact, I don't even know if it's a good film or not.
Anyway, it's a film with multiple points-of-view much like Pulp Fiction, which tells a kind of confusing story that only fits when all people's stories are shown.
It is about a man who works with shit, cleaning cesspools for money. He sees a TV article about genetic manipulation and, wanting to give his son a 'better' future and create a little genius, he gets involved with the local mob to do dirty work and get enough cash to pay for the procedure. I remember he dies in the end, and that his son turns out to be a genius after all.
The film isn't about genetic manipulation itself, but about the relationship between this man and his wife, etcetera.
That's all the information I have, can anybody help?
ps. I also made this same post in /r/, but I figured this board could be more useful.
Let's hear it.
Don't ever show it
Have an effect of reality breaking down coming down the hall towards a character with horrible noises then cut away as it reaches them, never actually show the object of horror
So, who will become the throne in the end?
So did this guy just forget that Sansa testified back in the vale in favor of Lord petyr baelish vehemently denying that he pushed the madcow through the moon door and saying that he did everything to protect her in Kings Landing?
Even if he hated petyr didnt he find it odd that Sansa had changed her words entirely about what had happened? Shouldn't that in itself eliminate Sansa as a trustworthy source of information?
And it was terrible. Why did /tv/ like it again?
ITT: Characters that scared you as a kid
If his lips are moving, he's lying
>wanted to watch TCM for some classic kino
>turns out TCM Nordic closed shop over the summer
Life sucks sometimes.