I honestly have no clue I’m tempted to say DDL or PSH because I’ve never seen them be bad in anything but that’s really unoriginal so maybe Brad Pitt because I’ve only seen him be bad once and I think he’s pretty interesting with his projects.
1. Favorite movie(s). 2. Your favorite actor. 3. Your favorite actress. 4. Favorite film featuring your favorite actor. 5. Favorite film featuring your favorite actress. 6. Favorite film from your favorite director. 7. Favorite movie character. 8. Favorite female performance. 9. Favorite male performance. 10. Favorite cinematography. 11. Favorite film from your childhood. 12. Favorite animated film. 13. Favorite horror film. 14. Favorite drama film. 15. Favorite comedy film. 16. Favorite superhero film. 17. Favorite trilogy/quadrilogy/etc. 18. Favorite action movie. 19. Favorite classic movie. 20. Your most anticipated film.
“We hired David Lynch to direct actually,” Gilligan says with a smug look on his face. “We’re all fans of Twin Peaks and we figured there wouldn’t be anyone better to direct what could only be described as a surreal massacre of sorts to end the series.” He also revealed that in the cold opening, we’d have a tense scene set at the carwash between Jesse, Sykler, and Walt, in which the two of them would be beating Walt to death with cleaning supplies while making out. This is contrasted against Saul and Walt Jr having breakfast together, all set to the sweet tunes of the laughter of Marie and Hank. “It’s gonna be a wild ride,” Gilligan added. “I can’t wait to see people’s reactions.”
also can I just talk about how I was cracking up during Mike’s death scene when Walt was like “I’m sorry Mike this all could have been easily avoided” and Bryan Cranston delivered it with like zero remorse it was the funniest thing.