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Grace284

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  1. Does Chernuchin have A Big Book Of Scenes with just the one farewell scene in it and just changes the names when it comes time to use it? You’d think he’d have written something that was actually in character for Stone seeing as he’s his guy.
  2. A recurring ADA would be a nice palate cleanser after 2 years of the ADA’s personal life eating up the show. Also, it would be great to have someone who is good at law rather than someone we’re just told is good and wins cases because the plot demands it.
  3. I usually think it's a bit embarrassing when fans proclaim they could have written a better story than the writers, but after reading all the speculation in the build up to the finale I think it's actually true in this case. There were so many great predictions about what would happen with the monster storyline and it was just abandoned, used as a means to get Quentin into a position to carry out the world's slowest throw. Putting aside all the actively harmful what-the-shit aspects of the episode, it was just a godawful mess that seemed to have been written by someone who had never seen
  4. Now that I'm all for. I love Brooke Shields, she's just the right side of wacky.
  5. He's in the first one and was at the read though for the second.
  6. I'd be all for that. I really enjoy the legal side of the show so more of that would be great.
  7. Glad to see Julie confirm Raúl is sticking around for the moment, hope it stays that way. It'll be interesting to see the legal side of the show grow, certainly a different approach than they've taken before. Can't say I was very fond of Peter Stone as a character but he might work better when he's not really leading a show.
  8. Well said. Bring on the preachiness, I hope it has some effect.
  9. I don't always agree with Rob and Doug but I have to admire their passion. "I thought Lumiere and Cogsworth were okay." "NO!"
  10. Every time I think about the movie a new terrible thing about The Enchantress occurs to me. Cursing the servants for not telling their prince to be nicer was bad enough, but she made it so that when the last petal falls their fate is to become inanimate forever? Are they still sentient? Do they just die? That's so much worse than The Beast's punishment! Sure he stays looking like a GoatBear, but at least he's alive, not dead or trapped for eternity in the form of a teapot, unable to speak or move.
  11. I was left wondering what the poor dog could have done. That's an example of one of the major issues I had with the film, the clumsy over-writing in an attempt to "fix" the plot holes. They either created whole new plot holes or disrupted the flow of the script. Like the nicely done prologue seems to be ending and then they rush in "AND EVERYONE FORGOT THE PRINCE THE END". I don't really know how to feel about Emma Watson. I don't think she's necessarily a terrible actress, but she gave a weirdly downplayed performance at times. She was worst when she was by herself, Dan Stevens and Kevi
  12. Grace284

    S07.E13: Bury Me Here

    Sssh, maybe if we don't mention it the writers will forget about him and we'll be mercifully spared his continued presence. Morgan is such a frustrating character I almost forgot what a superb actor Lennie James is. That was fantastic work from him.
  13. Oh no, not, um, blonde woman? Who will... no, sorry, I've already lost interest.
  14. While I have to give it credit for some of the themes it tackled, this was a mess. The writing was often downright terrible ("a fire burns within", eeesh), but outside of a few great supporting characters, the acting didn't lift it. Mike Colter is okay, but didn't really bring anything interesting to the role and made other characters less interesting by proximity. The only time Claire really sparked like she did in Daredevil or Jessica Jones was when she was up against Misty. The attempts to create some kind of relationship between her and Luke was undermined by Rosario Dawson constantly look
  15. The kissing in this episode brought to mind a movie I once watched where an alien, unfamiliar with human forms of affection, just licked a guy's face. And even that was less awkward than whatever Claire was trying to do.
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