That day, Vader was amazed to discover that when Boba was saying “As you wish”, what he meant was, “I love you.”
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Check out the thousands of whooping cough cases in the United States in 2011 and the measles outbreaks plaguing Europe.
Proof that ignorance and misinformation are dangerous!
this is still the best story ever told at a talk show
This is why she’s awesome!
I didn’t do anything I’ve never done before…but when the camera moves in on that Bergman’s face, and she’s saying she loves you, it would make anybody look romantic - Humphrey BogartI think he is absolutely wonderful, I mean, I’m so pleased when I see, that he looks at me with such love in his eyes…it’s very flattering - Ingrid BergmanHumphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman on each other’s performance in Casablanca (1942)
"Death is not the worst that can happen to men, Harry."
"Harry, good actions give strength to ourselves and inspire good actions in others."
"He who commits injustice is ever made more wretched than he who suffers it, Harry."
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Concept arts for ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2′ - different demises for Voldemort.
THIS TAG MAKES ME FEEL FEELS
THANK FUCKING GOD SOMEONE UNDERSTANDS.
THIS PISSED ME OFF SO MUCH.
NOT ONLY THAT, BUT THERE WAS THE FACT THAT THE WIZARDING WORLD NEEDED TO SEE THAT BODY. THE FIRST TIME VOLDEMORT “DIED,” HE VANISHED. NO BODY, NO TRACE, NOTHING. WITH A BODY, THERE IS CLOSURE. YES, HE IS DEAD, HERE IS HIS BODY. PHYSICAL, TANGIBLE PROOF OF HIS MORTALITY.
HOW CAN THE WIZARDING WORLD EXPECT TO MOVE ON WITHOUT THAT CLOSURE?
I think our hatred for this scene in the films really unites the Harry Potter fans. The end of this film could have been done so much better.
I feel like the only one in the world, but I didn’t like the Breaking Bad finale. It felt so slow. I missed it live because I was at work so when I got home at 8am and was tired I expected a great thrill that would keep me awake and get me too excited to sleep. It didn’t deliver. Why did we need to spend the opening scene in a car with only the same close up of walt’s eyes over and over? The last scenes of Walt giving Jesse the gun and in the lab said way more and was way more interesting. Why did we need to listen to Gretchen and Elliott’s pointless conversations? That just slowed down the plot so much and I couldn’t stay focused. Then wasting so much time on lydia? Really, the ricin was for her? Who cares about lydia enough for it to be interesting that Walt poisoned her? The conversation with Skyler was really good and I loved Walt finally admitting his real motives in the end; but it was also slow, which it should have been, but because everything before it was the same pace it felt so long- which isn’t fair to that scene. It finally got moving when Walt met with Jack and Todd and saw what’s become of Jesse and I loved that scene with Walt protecting Jesse and their confrontation after, but I felt like it took forever to get there. Then Walt dying in the lab was a satisfying end but also predictable which was also disappointing because I expected something else from this show.
I did like the way the story wrapped up all the important stories. What’s becoming of Walt’s money, Walt’s family’s fate, Walt and Jesse get their respective revenge (Jesse with Todd and Walt with Jack and his gang). I also liked that Walt and Jesse didn’t kill each other. They never had a good, healthy relationship but I always liked the protectiveness Walt developed over Jesse, so I’m glad that was sort of redeemed. So I guess what I’m saying is I didn’t hate the finale, but it didn’t live up to my expectations (which, granted, may be my fault for expecting a bigger thriller than it was).
That’s my opinion. Just needed to write it since I don’t know anyone who watches the show I could talk to.