Seems reasonable, I’m going to keep that in mind during my next watch.
Overall the movie might not have a great flow because of this chopped up nature of how to get this story onto the big screen, it’s like listening to a greatest hits album… Great songs but the original album’s character is gone.
That being said I did enjoy the movie, it was entertaining. I just enjoy digging into the how and why of stories and movies.
Kull wahad! No woman-child ever withstood their Black Friday checkout queues!
I see a tossup between those who’ve read the books and understand what the hell is going on and newbies who keep asking what the fuck’s a Landsraad.
Somebody is definitely putting their gentleman’s bits in that.
Meh, I prefer an original recipe box:
Something I remember distinctly from the book scene is him taking his mysteriously uncharred hand out of the box, and finding it bleeding from the palm where he dug in his nails too hard. I was sad they left that out of the movie.
I have the sandworm. It is fantastic.
Bread is a perfectly valid gift for Valentine’s Day. Not sure why that’s the only part she’s saying in French, but it all checks out.
Why Walmart and not here?
Hey, those walls don’t look edible…
Not enough room for fist-clenching in Villeneuve’s pain box. Kull fucking wahad!
Maybe it’s, you know - for kids?
Someone must’ve rewritten these lyrics – it’s nearly as old as Dune. But Google isn’t finding much of anything.
Indeed. The trick to life is being able to separate the non-important hurt from the important hurt. And for the latter, what it will cost you to put up with it for X amount of time.
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