HELLO FREAK BITCHES
Simpsons jokes you don't get
Why was Sneed such a prick to Homer?
He was a paying customer.
just rpdr general. may ornacia bless you
sister pussy is best pussy
My mom for example has a pussy like a baby, you can see the labia
Yet my sister has a big labia even when she was a virgin
Same as the "uncut dicks smell Thing
I am cut and mine smells in just two days of not showering while the dick of my father, who only showers once a week, never smells.
>Female, 20s, Open ethnicity. Casey is a tall, stunning woman, her beauty so magnificent it’s almost inhuman. Elegant, refined and mysterious, she is on the hunt to discover who is trying to kill her and why. And those after her are in for a surprise because she’s more deadly than anyone they’ve ever encountered
>it’s almost inhuman
well they got that part right
Although Stephen King is one of the most adapted authors of all time, most fans would agree that many movies and TV shows based on his books have not lived up to the source material. For every Shawshank Redemption or Misery, there's a Lawnmower Man, Firestarter, or Running Man; even when the films themselves are enjoyable, they often deviate wildly from the novels.
It has now been reported that King is in the process of regaining the movie rights to several of his key works, suggesting that we could see new, more faithful versions. The news was first revealed by Zerner Law, who reported that King has started to regain the copyrights to The Dead Zone, Cujo, Creepshow, Children of the Corn, Cat’s Eye, and Firestarter.
As the site notes, this process will stop the rights to adapt these works from passing to another copyright holder, and will ensure that they are returned to King. In order to do so, an author must "send a notice two years before the termination will take place and that the termination must occur within five years of the end of the 35 year period."
King began this process in August 2016, meaning that by August 2018, he will once more hold the rights to adapt these works. If a studio wished to, say, remake Children of the Corn, they must now negotiate with the author.
However, as Bloody Disgusting reports, there are already new versions of Firestarter and Cujo in works, which could be released if produced before King regains their rights. In addition, the arrangement only applies to the US, meaning that technically a remake of these stories could still be made and distributed outside the States.
Can you say MASTERPIECE ALERT?
Was he homosexual in this movie?
> Dude war is bad but sometimes it isn't LMAO
Would you ...?
>I'm sorry for what I am
Since we're talking about Ridley in this thread, why did the engineers want to go back to Earth and wipe us out after THEY created us?
Now, the movie implies that we were created simply because the engineers could. (Which David says to Dr. Holloway during their conversation.)
But the reason they changed their mind is because... They fucked up. Yup that's it, they messed up. How?
In the beginning, during the creation scene, the Engineer drinks the black fluid that kills him and decomposes him as he falls down the waterfall, hence creating life on earth. But, before we see HIM fall down the waterfall, we get one very important shot. A shot of what remains of the black liquid going down the waterfall. It was not supposed to fall down there with him. So actually only one engineer messed up, but it was a pretty big mistake (big things have small beginnings). It contaminated and corrupted the DNA or cells, or something along those lines ever so slightly. So instead of creating the "pure" beings that they wanted, they created... Well... Us. Selfish, arrogant, violent, and stupid. Which are all shown throughout this movie.
what do we think about this?
ITT: Post your cinema pet peeves
>concession stand runs out of ketchup
>cinema jester steals your ticket
>ice machine is empty
>let the concession stand freeze my beverage during the movie
>after the movie the beverage is still warm
Worse than The Room