DeAndre and Wes Matthews to Dallas would be great. But judging off how many guys have already signed, if Dallas misses on them like they missed on everyone else... their roster could be really ugly next year. If they choose someone else, the best we can hope for is Robin Lopez, Tobias Harris and Patrick Beverley.
When Melissandre left the wall, I worried a little that the theories on how Jon comes back could be wrong. But then bringing her back 3 minutes before he dies? Seems pretty obvious. Apparently Kit Harrington said something about being done with the show, but I'm pretty sure the next 9 months are going to be an insanely tricky game of trying to hide him filming. Don't think it can be done.
I'm going backwards because that's how my mind works with time. I'll just explain the ones that aren't obvious picks on a place like this.
-Grand Budapest Hotel
-12 Years a Slave
-Tinker Tailer Soldier Spy - I have seen this movie about 5 times. Now that I've read the books, it doesn't have quite the same feel, but I love the way it's made. I like the little things the director takes the time to focus on.
-The Social Network
-Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince - The best HP book turned into the best HP movie. They just got the feel right: The most fun in the first 3/4 followed by the most tragic with Dumbledore's death. I watched this anytime it came on HBO and it came on a lot.
-The Dark Knight
-No Country for Old Men
-Michael Clayton - I miss grown up movies like this. If there's one thing the 90's did well that people took for granted, it was the grown up movie that didn't have to be a ridiculously depressing drama or a period piece. Flawless movie really.
-Children of Men
-Inside Man - One of those movies I rate way higher than everyone else. Insanely re-watchable. Have to finish it every time it's on. Clive Owen and Denzel are perfect opponents I just liked the story despite the fact that the writer never did anything else of worth.
-Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
-28 Days Later
-City of God
-Rules of Attraction - This movie seemed like a Greek tragedy set on a college campus and for some reason I connected with it. Haven't read the book.
-Gosford Park - Robert Altman taking a simple genre and soaking it in the depth of his character work.
-The Royal Tennenbaums