“Cuando alguien desaparece de tu vida, puede que no vayas a ver a esa persona nunca mas, o si podras decirle todas las cosas que te quedan o que te gustaria decirle, cojes papel y lápiz, y escribes una carta, puede ser eterno o puede ser una palabra, se lo escribes a esa persona que se fue, entonces la doblas y la acercas a una llama y la quemas, se la lleva el viento y asi el dolor no se te quedan tan adentro”
Cinema Snob episode 1:Snob reviews Burial Ground: Night Of Terror and is uber grouchy towards it
Cinema Snob episode 300:Snob now revealed as Craig tries to make a big grand epic special with lots of cameos and memorable moments but his agent's assistant goes over budget and the entire episode is a race to not only get through all of Heaven's Gate but to also keep everything affordable (and it unfortunately involved having to rid part of Craig's eyebrow.) But then in the midst of a few other random cameos, more of the budget is lost when Christopher Walken angrily calls in to tell Snob he misconceives his relationship with wallpaper. And later on a documentary is made about how Snob has fallen and how this review was a gigantic disaster with both the budget and the critics. Also there's something involving bros and how a new one has been auditioned. Also Snob's dick talks.
Really, Terminator Genisys? Those are the CGI effects you’re going to go with? The pasted-on Arnold face doesn’t even have the scars he has in the rest of the scene! How long did it take the FX guy to do this, two minutes in Photoshop?