Lightice
Lightice
1/24/20
10:53 PM
13

I’m kind of obsessed with reactions to the show on Youtube, at least those that give the show some chance and don’t just scoff from lofty reviewer-like heights of no-watchi-ness, and I’ve begun to dig out a pattern: Read more

1/24/20
9:38 PM
35

Hmmm... I was able to figure it out on the first episode the first time, simply by paying attention to what I was watching. It was Ciri’s line about Calanthe winning her first battle when she was 16, and Renfri mentioning later in the episode that Queen Calanthe had just won her first battle. At least to me it was Read more

1/24/20
9:32 PM
46

This seems to be the fundamental break between me, and I suppose other people like me, and the people who have expressed frustration with the timelines. I didn’t know from the figure it out in the first episode, and I was confused, but I think that being confused is ok, and part of the process. You were supposed to Read more

1/24/20
9:30 PM
22

I’m not sure what you mean. It sounds like you’re saying that the show didn’t give the audience clues to indicate that there were multiple timelines. But there were. There weren’t necessarily clues that would allow someone to figure it out from the first episode the first time through, but there were enough that on a Read more

1/24/20
8:07 PM
19

...and if that’s the way it was being covered by the media — or described by Trump and his flunkies — I wouldn’t have a problem with it. Read more

1/24/20
3:26 PM
26

if it is thin enough glass is fairly flexible. Think optical fiber. Optical fiber specifically designed for small bend radii can get to sub 3mm bend radius or maybe smaller without breaking.

1/24/20
2:41 PM
11

The problem is that a bigger screen is better for doing a lot of things, but a bigger screen is inconvenient for putting your phone in your pocket. This is an attempt to solve that contradiction by giving you a big screen when you want to use the phone but folds up to something more manageable when you want to put it Read more

1/24/20
2:17 PM
6

It makes a sad bit of sense that a young person would look to a video game rather than, you know, read something. Read more

1/24/20
2:08 PM
31

According to Gail Simone’s Twitter, Smollett-Bell actually did read a lot of Black Canary comics, including Simone’s run on Birds of Prey, and they met and talked with one another. But you can’t really base your physical movements on a comic book that doesn’t move.

1/23/20
10:53 PM
25

The Force Awakens showed Luke Skywalker hiding on a deserted island, alone, while his former pupil is busy conquering the galaxy in the name of an empire that he had done so much to destroy, worshiping the corrupted version of Luke’s father. Read more

1/23/20
11:48 AM
28

Not really. He has just aged gracefully. Hes definitely more slight of frame and wrinkled/saggy. The shaved head just adds years since we dont have a hairline to go by.

1/23/20
10:13 AM
50

I was amazed (but not overly surprised) that Patrick Stewart was able to slide back into that character so well. Read more

1/23/20
9:50 AM
15

I’ve said for years that quality trek and TV lay in exploring the federation in the wake of all the conflict from TNG/DS9 and such.
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1/23/20
9:26 AM
45

Loved it and can’t wait for more. Also will be amused by the so called Star Trek fans who will go on about it being ‘SJW’ as if the series has not always fit what they use it to describe.

12/17/19
8:09 PM
13

That was John Hurt. He told me the very same story, with a suitably malicious gleam in his eye.

12/17/19
6:42 PM
36

I once saw a tv interview with a well-known and respected older British actor. Shakespearean type. He told a story about back in the day, when new actor was “too good” - like, a threat to your job - too good” he would exclaim to them, “my word! What a strong and beautiful voice you have! It truly is extraordinary!” Read more