abstractjames
abstractjames
Feb 11 2019
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On the bright side, judging by the logos, it looks like half the movie will suffer from the Thanos snap.
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Feb 10 2019
3

A nostalgia movie about the circus and the happy times people had while elephants were in captivity.

Feb 7 2019
3

Avengers: Endgame wraps up all its threads in the first half-hour. The rest of the movie is Frodo walking home and saying good-bye.

Dec 23 2018
1

I sense uncontrolled anger in you Lord Vader. Rage. Power. Fury. You wish to strike me down, don’t you? I sense the hate in you. Yes. Well now....you must fullfill your destiny. So....I....I got you this puppy. I think it’ll mellow you out, keep you from wanting to strangle me, and well....you know....Sith, rule of Read more

Dec 23 2018
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Why does Michaelangelo look like he has giant swinging (erupting?) balls?

Dec 9 2018
8

this season of Doctor Who has excelled at: a story where the stakes are personal and character-driven.

Nov 27 2018
1

Scarf looks great, Jodie Whittaker is fabulous in it, but the scarf itself is kind of thin and unravels when you scrutinize it.  And by scarf, I mean plot.

Nov 12 2018
7

I didn’t love this episode and it has nothing to do with it being a historical episode.

The Doctor is an inquisitive, eccentric, contradiction: hardened by experienced, emotional, runs toward the moment, haunted by the past, uses companions as a way to keep going and rejuvenate hope.

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Nov 5 2018
9

I am loving the ongoing science-nerd aspect of the 13th Doctor’s character. That moment she got lost in explaining positrons and antimatter to Yaz was beautifully done.

Oct 29 2018
7

Can we just agree Davies & Moffat did their own thing and review the episode as good or not based on, oh I don’t know, content, plot, and character development alone? It’s not that comparisons should be off of the table but, and depending how you feel about Moffat, Moffat’s death obsession, mystery boxes, and taking Read more

Oct 18 2018
1

Do the VFX guys de-age the actor in all three dimensions, create an actor model and then use that de-aged wireframe as the basis for all shots moving forward, or do they painstakingly de-age every frame of the living actor?