Everybody, everybody, everybody living now Everybody, everybody, everybody fucks Everybody, everybody, everybody living now Everybody, everybody, everybody sucks Everybody, everybody, everybody living now Everybody, everybody, everybody cries Everybody, everybody, everybody living now Everybody, everybody, everybody dies
If you were writing the first words of a novel version of Back to the Future, how would you do it? Maybe you’d introduce the concept of time being important, like the film did with all them crazy clocks. Maybe instead you’d introduce Marty and Doc, show who they are and what their relationship is. Well, anyway, you’re totally wrong!
The correct answer is to KILL EVERYBODY.
Kill them! Kill them all!
Gentlemen, I'm afraid I have decided to cancel the war. Kill them. Kill them ALL.
Well Bart, your Uncle Arthur used to have a saying: "Shoot 'em all and let God sort them out." Unfortunately, one day he put his theory into practice. It took seventy-five Federal Marshals to bring him down. Now let's never speak of this again.
Fleury. Tell me what you whispered to Janet
, in the briefing, to get her to stop crying about Fran, you know, before all this, before we even got airborne. What'd you say to her? Aunt:
Tell me, what did your grandfather whisper in your ear before he died? Adam:
You remember? Fleury:
I told her we were gonna kill 'em all. Grandson:
"Don't fear them, my child. We are going to kill them all."
There should have been another way...
— The Fifth Doctor
, Doctor Who
, "Warriors of the Deep"
He deserved to die. They all
deserved to die.
In mere hours, billions will die! Innocent, guilty, strong and weak, honest and deceitful, ALL
Chapter Master Azariah Kyras
, Dawn of War 2: Retribution
Kill every male child up to one year old...two years old
. Better the innocent should die, than the guilty should escape. Priest:
Guilty?! Your majesty, a child? Herod: (shouting)
Guilty in the womb! Guilty in the stars! I'll bring down their stars. I'll snuff them out in blood! This is my world. I will not share it with an infant!
There's no room for two Kings here. Like a newborn scorpion (stomps) underfoot! You know the mark of a real King? Courage. Even in the face of Jewish prophesy, bits of old parchment, old blind men. Ha! Now go to Bethlehem and make history! Kill!— Adviser:
But your Majesty— Herod:
(yelling angrily) —Kill! Kill them all! Kill! Kill them all!
They killed her master, now she'll kill everyone.
So, I guess if you're making a movie and you're stuck for that perfect ending, just kill everybody. Hey, it worked for Tarantino
You may notice a pattern near the end of the series: ER'YBODY GON' DIE.
Whilst it is amateurishly directed (it feels like the clock was about to strike ten and they had to get it in the can as quickly as possible) I rather like the furious energy of the Doctor taking on the Cybermen and murdering them all out with a weapon. It feels like things have gotten wildly out of control and the only way to restore a sense of normality is to kill the lot of them. Is it the only way this story could have been concluded? No, but [Eric]
Saward has once against boxed himself into a corner with too much going on
and the only way he can see out is the murder everybody. It is becoming a habit on the show."''
Even though it set a box office record for a memorial day opening and got two thumbs up from Ebert
and Roeper (Ebert praised its absurdity
, which I think is the only way to go), X-Men 3
was kind of a disaster. It left the franchise in a weird place, with half of the cast dead or de-powered
and the other half in this weird limbo of stuff that would need to be addressed before anything could actually happen. Like, they’re almost left having to go with an action movie starring Kelsey Grammer
and Ellen Page
if they did another sequel.
You know, it's kind of a waste of time to create new characters for The Punisher's books. If they're Frank's enemies, they get shot dead after an appearance or two. If they're Frank's friends, they get shot dead after an appearance or two.
— Marvel Year In Review 1993