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The Incredible Hulk (2008)
Directed by: Louis Leterrier
|Written by:||Luc Besson|
|Cast:||Kevin Costner, Hailee Steinfeld, Amber Heard, Connie Nielsen|
Let me tell you something about how my mother raised me. On Sundays at noon it was an obligation to watch Old Western Movies, in that way this girl here knew names like: John Wayne, Charles Bronson and Clint Easwood. My mother was a huge fan of Clint Easwood. Then during sunday evenings "The Dirty Harry" or any other movie from Steven Seagal. Late night I wasn't allowed to watch TV because that was the time for Horror Movies, who gave me nightmares and stuff...[more]...
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Was a teacher for 10 years in Dublin, Ireland, his breakthrough movie was in Mel Gibson's Braveheart as William Wallace's best friend Hamish. known mostly for supporting roles but doesn't stop him stealing the show like he did in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire playing Mad-Eye Moody also many other memorable performances in films that i've seen him in. If you haven't seen "IN BRUGES" (2008) check it out, Really good film. One of the world's finest character actors around, some of my all time favorites movies has this man involved, love this guy. Happy Birthday!
"There's no cure for being a cunt."
A black-hearted sell-sword with a wit as sharp as his blades, Bronn enters The Game through his unlikely alliance with Tyrion, motivated primarily by money but eventually growing into one of respect for the dwarven Lannister's cunning... and his coin.
Little is known about Bronn's past other that it's a mysterious and violent one, he claims to have committed his first kill at age 12 against a woman who came at him with a battle-axe and has even gone beyond The Wall for 'work'. The enigmatic nature of Bronn's past makes his current self all the more interesting since no-one knows why he is the way he is but the man has plenty of unique talents that keep him one step ahead.
For starters Bronn makes no hesitation that he's only helping Tyrion for the money and in fact there's little he wouldn't do for the right about of money (even going so far as to say that for the right price he would kill a baby although the right price is considerably massive even for The Lannisters). He's also without honour, that might sound counter-productive but in a world where honour just means the other guy has a leg up on you already, Bronn's lack of it allows him to constantly be in advantage against anyone who tries to fight with him, and many do try to fight with him, believing his low-birth equals a lack of combat knowledge when in fact, the much more improvised and quicker style of Bronn's combat just makes him that much harder to fight.
Calm, cool and confident, Bronn's quickly made a name for himself in the History Books of Westeros, his friendship with Tyrion give him the kick-start he needed and his knighting after The Battle Of Blackwater has pushed him that step closer. He's a deviously violent rogue with a sense of humour as black as his heart but the man is often callously funny and loyal to those who stand beside him.