Can Ryan Reynolds do no wrong? Based on this project, it would appear not.
This is a very entertaining movie. it’s not going to make you feel the depths of emotion some pictures invoke, but it’s truly enjoyable and has a heartwarming message about humanity.
Another thing that sets it up as a good movie is the cast, Reynolds and Comer have a great chemistry that works between their two oddball characters, and Keery and Waititi develop while slightly more in the background but still remaining present and accounted for.
This movie was good from the get go because it jumped right in to the action. A lot of films like this waste far too long on exposition and setting up necessary details. Free Guy knows what it is, and demands the audience suspend their disbelief for the duration of the movie. In ding so, they are able too get away with pretty much anything, including the idea that Reynolds’ do-gooding guy is the world first true AI.
We also get lovely little fun cameo’s and a few jokes that only a Disney movie could possible afford to make. It is a testament to the style of film making Reynolds’ had comfortably settled into. Entertaining and self-aware.
I recommend this movie to anyone wanting to lie back and enjoy a fun movie night.
This is not a good movie, it’s great movie!
me when i pull an allnighter and binge through joe keery's entire filmography
so. i watched spree.
Because you have gotta meet him, Keys. He’s--he’s funny and he’s sweet and he’s so handsome and oh my God, now I’m saying it out loud.
AU Having to drive away from your flayed boyfriend
"Originally, I auditioned for Jonathan. They were having everybody across the country audition for that. And when I got the script, Steve was definitely a little harsher. He was having this party—I think it was on a beach, because it originally took place in Montauk, Long Island. And he was a total, total dick. ... Way harsher. But I think the Duffer Brothers were up for incorporating ideas we would have into the characters, and I had an instant idea what Steve would be like. I based it on people in my life, and characters that you see in those movies. In my mind, I think he has qualities that make him sort of a jerk. And aloof. And maybe not the most intelligent guy. But at the end of the day, I think he really does mean well."
I'm Just A Love Letter To You
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skye henderson (lily collins) is looking for her younger siblings !!
Name of the Connection: UTP Henderson, two younger siblings of Skye Henderson.
Preferred Faceclaim: Joe Keery, Molly Gordon, Nick Robinson, Olivia Cooke, Timothee Chalamet or any fc of any gender that will fit the age ranges of 25-26 and 27-28. The only specifics I have is that they have dark hair.
Description: Two younger siblings, one aged 25-26 and one aged 27-28. The Hendersons are originally from the seaside resort of Blackpool in the UK, having moved to Roswell in 2001 for their father’s job. I’ve never really specified in what he does, but I’ve always imagined him as some kind of businessman, stocks or something. The youngest sibling was only around 4 or 5 at the time, so I imagine they probably won’t know much else, whereas the two older Hendersons had more of a chance to get to know Blackpool before they left.
The family are close, they stick with one another through thick and thin. A couple of years ago Skye went through a rough period, so I’d imagine if either of her siblings were around at the time, they’d have been there for her. It’s entirely up to you, though, if they have chosen to stay in Roswell upon graduating high school or not. I like to think all of the Henderson siblings are fairly creative and artistic, so imagine they would have gone into careers following that path. Everything else really is up to you.
Player Contacted before application?: Yes please at @skyehenderson
Around the 4:30 mark he mentions shooting with Dacre.
Think he means past tense s3 or past tense s4?
He does give a weird little look after saying it.
steve harrington is the loml
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𝐥𝐢𝐤𝐞 𝐨𝐫 𝐫𝐞𝐛𝐥𝐨𝐠 𝐢𝐟 𝐲𝐨𝐮 𝐮𝐬𝐞 / 𝐬𝐚𝐯𝐞
𝐝𝐨 𝐧𝐨𝐭 𝐬𝐭𝐞𝐚𝐥
Max: "Billy's been taking the breakup kinda hard."
Lucas: "Really? Are we taking about the same Billy here? What are you even talking about?"
Max: "Well, he's been listening to Michael Bolton, for one."
*Michael Bolton's How Am I Supposed To Live Without You, blasts from behind his closed door.*
Lucas: ".... Yikes." 😬
Ooc, I know. But funny nonetheless.
today i am feeling blessed that im alive at the same time as joe keery
Dacreey song of the day.
It’s the truth
I need validation, so can someone else please tell me that they also at some point thought Ranboo was Steve Harrington, or atleast associated them with each other?