“It’s not over yet. We still have a chance to come back and win it all.”
This is all backwards. The key to breaking the Marginot Line was crossing the Ardenneado.
I’ve been good! Mostly, lol. The summary of my life would be: working too much, sleeping too little (during the week), pissing off shit tons of people (I’m such a pesky reporter for insisting on reporting what’s actually happening! Imagine that!)
And suddenly, a wild gamecat appears!! How’s it going, boss?!?!
If they didn’t mean you, I’ll step in the ring.
I’m almost 50 and these things have been around since my youth and we all knew what they were for (as kids we used to jump up and down on them to try and screw up the numbers, which I highly doubt worked).
What would you rather have, MAXIMUM BRAAAAAAAAAAAAPT or just slightly more brapt?
Hey good for you, too bad you developed a terminal case of being a piece of shit.
The pieces of his letter that she read into the record were incredible. This dude thinks he’s the victim. He actually used the phrase “Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.”
Dan, goddamnit, I was proud of that joke.
I was a 10-point baby born in India.
Counterpoint: The movie works great as-is, and not a single one of those points is a mark against the film.
Commenting in 2018 for posterity. I always read a page of Sled Driver whenever I’m taking a flight to some place.
I mean, it’s not the only film that had a protagonist from an already established work that become a jaded old man only to be given renewed hope by a female student and sacrifice himself for the next generation that came out in 2017.
It’s taking me a while to get my “voice” back, this was attempt number 10 or 12, and I realized it’s just going to take some time to realign my brain to writing about music