He was right to do it but it isn't that big a deal in the larger scale question of what matters to the little guy of Westeros. They either don't care or are actively rooting for Wildings deaths. Plus he failed at his big moment. He only saved like 1/3rd of them. So 2/3rds of them are now in the army of the dead. That is a "failed" mission. This in no way qualifies him for leader of the 7 kingdoms. Maybe leader of the Wildings. No one else really cares in this world.
And apparently unable to learn from these things. I mean what will it take, for him to be stabbed in the back... oh wait... he has been stabbed.
I get what you're saying, but, in this case, where Heath Ledger is dead and his daughter doesn't remember him; I could see Michelle telling her that more to let her know something special about her father rather than as a story about herself. Telling Matilda that her father loved her mother for herself is a good message.
Danny Franks replied to BetterButter's topic in Movies
One would hope that Tony being stuck with Nebula should stop him from navel-gazing and lamenting his tragic life. She's not going to stand for that shit, and as soon as he starts, she should be shutting it down.
Gimmick Genius replied to Athena's topic in Jeopardy!
James also gave the wrong answer on the "Lenny and Jerry" clue. And then seemed to kick himself as a he realized his mistake. Instead of ROBBINS, he said "Who is HERMAN." To be fair, Jerry Herman WAS a Broadway composer and a contemporary of Leonard Bernstein. But still a careless wrong answer.
Joan of Argh replied to Galloway Cave's topic in Sister Wives
I can't get over how she regularly shits on all of their ideas past, present, future and they sit there like scolded children listening to mommy.
No one challenges her... They just sit there looking stupid while mommy lectures.
Zuleikha replied to BetterButter's topic in Movies
I don't think that's where the story will go, but I would love it if they do (and are able to make it non-cheesy).
This is a response to a discussion literally no one was having. Rey uses the Force intentionally multiple times prior to the Rey/Kylo fight. There's a lot to talk about how TFA and TLJ portrayed Rey's Force abilities that aren't about that single fight.
The child trainees were not in the tent with Kylo and Luke. Mind wipes and brainwashing are part of canon, so it wouldn't be particularly hard to explain why Rey didn't remember Kylo. Jakku would be no more or less of a coincidence than it already is. There also was a hint that Kylo knew a Force-sensitive girl was out in the world in TFA in his reaction to hearing about a girl on Jakku. (I also disagree that Abrams laid out a mystery between Luke/Kylo's interactions specifically--to me the mystery was how Snoke got his hooks into Kylo and what exactly the Knights of Ren are. Neither of which Johnson addressed.)
Yes, this exactly. I like your substitution of "over developed" and will use that from now on for clarity's sake. Untrained Force-sensitive children using the Force intuitively in certain situations is canon. Untrained Force-sensitive children intentionally using the Force with the control and power that Rey showed is not.