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  1. I don’t know about this one. On one hand I LOVE Tomb Raider and I like Alicia Vikander(spelling?)BUT, I find her a boring actress and the trailer didn’t grab my attention as much as I had hoped. I guess I will wait for reviews before I watch this.
  2. Pretty much this.
  3. Jon's eyes are described multiple times throughout the book and each time they are called grey.
  4. The gangrape of Tysha, Elia and her babies and his raid on the Riverlands will always be what I go to to show the evidence of his evil.
  5. So was it character development when in AFFC he was going around threatening to murder a newborn baby and trying to equate his monster of a father? Or when Jaime condemned Cersei to the judgement of the Faith for her treasons and betrayal when he was guilty of all of that and than some?
  6. Yes. Renly was working with the Tyrells to replace Cersei and the Lannisters.
  7. Renly just said that to think that Robert would be more attractive to Margaery. Lyanna and Margaery look nothing alike.
  8. GRRM also called Jaime a villain. Also not everyone sees Jaime story as a story of redemption. He hasn't shown any real regret for ANYTHING. He's NEVER once looked around at all the devastation, deaths, blood, rapes, families torn apart or any of it and acknowledged his part in it. There is never that real regret for any of the wrongs he committed, never. So yes Jaime is still a villain and to some of us will always be a villain.
  9. Jaime and Cersei are the same, two evil narcissistic monsters who are literally fucking themselves. Also Joffery proves on multiple occasions that he is Jaime Lannister's son. Two weak willed, disgusting pieces of shit who created another disgusting piece of shit.
  10. Just because Jaime is not going around pushing innocent kids out windows and murdering men to teach people lessons doesn't automatically redeem him. Like I said, Jaime fans miss me with the bullshit about him being a better person or on a redemption arc, don't try to sell me the bullshit cause I ain't buying it. So he's suppose to get praise for "minimizing" damage after all the destruction he and his family caused during the war, really, REALLY? Jaime doesn't give a fuck about the kingdom, he has shown disregard for Westeros and its people many times so again miss me with the idea that Jaime was trying to save the kingdom from any more war. He would have gladly set the Freys loose on Riverrun in AFFC the only reason he tried to minimize any war is because he doesn't have two hands anymore. Jaime is a self serving piece of shit throughout all of AFFC. Don't try to tell me he's doing good or changing when all I see is him going from A to B to further the Lannisters' evil cause. Don't tell me he has changed when he's spent one sentence on any remorse for Bran or in Jaime's words "that boy in Winterfell" Don't tell me he's changed when he boldly stands in front of many men, women, and children who have all suffered many many times because of Jaime and his family. So no Jaime has not changed.
  11. No. This is a disgusting justification for Jaime committing a evil act. There is nothing in the books that says that Bran had to be pushed from a tower, his back broken and traumatized for life for his genetic gift to set in. We don't know Bran's role in saving the world and him so let's not assume anything at all. Bran having a near death experience was not needed as far as we know so no that monster who carelessly threw him from a tower does not get praise for what Bran has been capable of his whole life. Bran sure as hell should not be thanking the man who ruined his life and countless thousands(yes Jaime helped start TWot5Ks). And miss me with that man made b!tch so called turn around. What turn around? You mean when he was in the Riverlands stealing Riverrun from the Tullys and rewarding the men who slaughtered thousands of unarmed men? Or when he called his inbreed bastard son the rightful king knowing damn well he was a illegitimate bastard who had no right to the throne? What turn around in AFFC? Are you talking about the part where he went around gathering child hostages in the name of his bastard false king and he straight looked at these men and women who he had brought war to for something he and his had no right let alone cares about? Someone show me the passage, page number, paragraph, context, etc where Jaime Lannister had a turn around . Kevan Lannister did evil things on Tywin's orders like setting the Riverlands ablaze, lasting Gregor loose, and other things. He willingly served a very evil man and for following him blindly and unquestionably he is a villain for that IMO.
  12. Why would Bran thank the man who tried to kill him and in the process took away his ability to walk and maybe his ability to produce children forever? And Jaime is as much a villain in this series as much as Cersei. He belongs up there with Tywin, Cersei, Joffery, and Keven.
  13. The government does. He was arrested and locked up, probably fingerprinted and since he's been in the system his name will have probably come up across databases as wanted by the US government. I doubt Ross and them are going to publicize his identity as Ant-Man but he's a fugitive along with the rest of Team Cap.
  14. Because I'll get answered faster in here, but I keep hearing that Jon is going to be a fire wight? Where did this come from and what is a fire wight?