TheGuardLlama
TheGuardLlama
TheGuardLlama
Apr 9
6

You'd have to imagine somewhere deep in Disney, there's a folder marked "Indiana Jones", with a tonne of references to Chris Pratt within it.

Apr 9
80

Probably has to do with something called “Shia LeBeouf”

Apr 9
3

Something else that sticks out about this world is how few precautions humanity’s apparently taken to guard itself against future attacks from the likes of Godzilla, who everyone knows is alive, well, and ambivalent about humanity as the movie opens. Read more

Mar 29
13

The Monsterverse movies seem to be plagued by a terror of seeming silly. That’s why the stories (at least in the Godzilla ones) are grounded within family tragedy, so as to seem “relatable” and “emotionally resonant.” Read more

Mar 29
11

I actually liked King of Monsters alot, but I fully agree that Rampage is superior. It is better written, has better characters, and is just more fun overall. I want a sequel so bad, but I doubt we’ll get one. The Rock seems busy and it did well, but not great, at the box-office. Read more

Mar 24
158

Republican men are gonna feel like real man when a male nurse such as myself is sticking a catheter up their urethra. Then wipe down every inch of them every day.

Mar 4
2

I hear this. My mom was whatever flavor of protestant had the church she liked best near wherever we were living (she’d shop around for a few weeks every time we moved) but admitted she mostly only went because it was an easy way to make friends in a new city, and my dad was a total atheist. Seeing my mom go to church Read more

Mar 1
9

That is amazing, but I bet that dog and that cat have a history.

Mar 1
20

I prefer cats to dogs and have owned a good many over the years and I'll be the first to tell you cats are considerably dumber than dogs. At least in the ways we use to measure intelligence in animals.

Feb 25
10

The weird thing is that Telly started out as the Television Monster, addicted to watching TV all the time, and he looked like something out of a Jim Henson/William S. Burroughs/David Cronenberg collab:

Feb 25
10

The Muppet Christmas Carol works perfectly because Michael Caine, more than any other human actor who has worked with the Muppets, commits so fully to the world.

I can’t put it above Patrick Stewart’s version, but it is a very very close second.

Nice work, Ms. Eddy.