Brienne and the Hound draw swords and holy crap- this is painful to watch. I mean, great, but also painful.
Jon quickly dispatches four Wildings and CUE THAT 360 TRACKING SHOT.
Poe Dameron recruits General Hux to perfect his cyborg Lara Croft, as Dr. Fujita looks on.
In this edition of John and Kelly React!, we get to the furthest corners of the Star Wars 'verse including the newly announced Star Wars Mandolorian series, starring Pedro Pascal and Gina Carano and its uncanny resemblance to Firefly, Simon Pegg's support of George Lucas, and Naboo's weird election of a fourteen year old (who supposedly used a disguise but named her decoy handmaiden after herself)!
That chase scene is so bad, it rivals Assassin's Creed for being The Most Incoherent Shitshow on Wheels.
Littlefinger ejaculates in his pants because Sansa has fastforwarded puberty and comes down the stairs in a low-cut black dress with feathers- she’s a new bird or dark wings, dark words or some shit like that.
I recommend you take a drink every time Aaron Taylor-Johnson says, "DOUGLAS." That's literally all he says, so you'll be nice and fuzzy by the end.
Spend Thanksgiving with another kind of bird! In this episode, the Hound laments that he never had a brother that gave him a sword- just a brother who didn’t care about him, beat him, and burned him. Oh my god- the Hound is Nebula.
Rating: B- Summary: Just days after her husband (Liam Neeson) is killed during a heist job, Veronica (Viola Davis) is saddled with his debts and chooses to follow his lead. Part political drama, part heist, part actor’s piece, 100% women’s empowerment, Widows is director Steve McQueen’s dramatic take on a heist movie that is centered … Continue reading Kelly Wants to Like Widows (2018)!
Across the Shining Sea, high on the hill was a lonely goatherder (yodel-lay-ee yodel-lay-ee yodel-lay-ee hee-hoo!), who is startled as Drogon rises up and presumably barbecues one of his goats.