Brodieman
Brodieman
2/12/20
3:07 PM
16

Carroll Shelby thought Miles was robbed. I’d take his word for it. (got to 1:06:56 if it doesn’t start there)

2/11/20
5:58 PM
96

All good arguments for bad parenting. I think we can all agree that this is the way...

1/29/20
7:50 PM
24

Ah, yes, thank you for reminding me of the decision to make the character played by a Guatemalan-American actor having a secret backstory of being a drug-runner... Read more

1/22/20
2:34 PM
49

I think you’re putting more thought into this than JJ did. He clearly just wanted to end the trilogy like he began it invoking images (and emotions) from better films. If he really wanted to do this he would have done three things differently:
1) Kept Rey’s parents nobodies. If her name and blood isn’t important than Read more

1/8/20
12:49 AM
49

From a storytelling perspective, “re-answering” a question isn’t really a thing. You may not be happy with the way a question was answered— but it’s one thing to answer a question in a way some may find unsatisfying, and quite another thing to say “actually, that answer is THIS instead.”  It’s like an improv game but Read more

1/6/20
10:23 PM
32

a secret organization... gives its most valuable prisoner... A TABLET WITH WIFI... AND THE WIFI PASSWORD IS “DRACULA” Read more

1/6/20
9:07 PM
31

Moffat and Gatiss did so many good things with this adaptation — introducing a kick ass nun named Van Helsing, some clever stuff in Castle Dracula, and all the previously unexplored drama aboard the Demeter. They even did a time jump that was brilliant. And then they threw it all away: Drac was a deserter, his Read more

12/20/19
1:31 AM
7

> You know how lame it was when Blofeld claimed to be pulling the strings all along when he met Bond in Spectre? This is that. Read more

12/18/19
11:21 AM
116

Violence is not the answer” is some horseshit “rule” oppressive power structures want you to believe.

12/18/19
7:01 AM
165

It’s what I saw. They kept going back (again and again) to the role of Luke being Mythic, and his resistance to accept that role. In the end, he does, in grand dramatic fashion specifically to be the “Spark” to light a resistance. That’s exactly what I saw in TLJ.

12/18/19
6:42 AM
154

Sounds like you didn’t understand the movie. That was very clear