moderatesoul t1_ja3p5kp wrote

His performance is good, but not nearly the best of the year that year. And that would have been quite the trick considering he wasn't nominated. Now, Morgan Freeman could have won over Hanks, and Hawthorne was fabulous in Madness of King George. There is even an argument that Samuel L. Jackson could have been in the lead category, he had won the Indpendent Spirit Award for Male lead for Pulp Fiction. Robbins is excellent, but I don't think he is doing anything he hadn't done before.


moderatesoul t1_j3cobg4 wrote

Ending again doesn't mean ending death.
Accidents, illness, etc. are still a thing and medically assisted dying would most certainly be an option. Even without ending aging, medically assisted death should be available to anyone for any reason.