Standard Conversation - Las Vegas: A Dame To Eliminate for [ spoilers ]

My dad is very sentimental and when all us kids went to college or moved away from home for the first time, he always said it was a milestone in his life and it made him reflect upon his life. He's a great dad, but he hasn't done anything more noteworthy than the mother character, but I can't see my dad ever getting mad as I pack for college or move across the country. I thought the mom was being selfish. I can understand getting upset and angry with such a big change, but taking it out on her son? I think I would have felt really betrayed as the son, and feel guilty for having my own life for a long while after. (At the same time, it's a movie about imperfect people, so I'm glad it was in there. http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2e9u93/lorelei_linklater_ethan_hawke_ellar_coltrane_in/

I'm only 24 but my roommates are all 30+ and my co workers tend to be the 20-24 range. It's just weird because my roommates view me as "typical youth that is everything wrong with america" and are on the way to becoming old cranky people and sometimes I look at college kids and think "Holy fuck you're just children." I think the biggest influence is that while people my age grew up in an age of technology I still remember a time when the internet wasn't so big, social media was non-existent, and not everyone had a cell phone (don't even get me started on smart phones). http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2ea21z/lady_gaga_poster_for_sin_city_a_dame_to_kill_for/

Lorelei Linklater, Ethan Hawke, & Ellar Coltrane in 2004 (two years into filming BOYHOOD) and ten years later at the film's premiereLorelei Linklater, Ethan Hawke, & Ellar Coltrane in 2004 (two years into filming BOYHOOD) and ten years later at the film's premiere

  (4 children) Eh, I'm watching it tonight on my big screen with the surround sound, some pizza, and a stiff drink, so I'll see how I feel afterwards. I already know Bryan Cranston is only in the movie for like 5 minutes and there are apparently a bunch of problems with things in the plot not making sense, so my expectations are set pretty low. If its better than that, then hey, makes it a more enjoyable movie. And if not, hey, no disappointment :) http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2eb2pr/what_was_blacked_out_in_the_opening_credits_of/

New Witcher movie in pipeline: Oscar-nominated director and animator Tomasz Baginski has been confirmedNew Witcher movie in pipeline: Oscar-nominated director and animator Tomasz Baginski has been confirmed

They changed the source material to fit their strange ideas and made a huge mess of what is essentially a ready to fillm script in the form of books and short stories. There was no reason to do anything except work the books into a movie script form, even the dialogues could go unchanged and the movie and tv series woild be awesome, but no. They tried to change it because if they didn't all the credit would go to Sapkowski, and since they didn't want to pay him for his help, he told them to do whatever they wan't and he'll have nothing to do with it. http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2e9xxa/new_witcher_movie_in_pipeline_oscarnominated/

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