Hey all, due to a publishing error this was originally misfiled on the site. We had to build this new page for it—apologies to those commenters whose comments didn’t carry over, but I believe I reached out to most of you.
It’s not like Spider-Man: The Man Who Was A Spider has been taken yet, either, so they really have no excuses.
Agreed, Benoist really is amazingly good in that show, even (or especially) impressive when the dialogue is wobbly.
We’ll do our best, Dave.
I have a feeling a lot of his supporters share this desire.
“Deeply stupid but weirdly enjoyable.” That wasn’t good enough, Architeuthis? Okay, sure, every aspect is flawless. Get the fuck outta here, There Will Be Blood.
That scene where Hoffman is just so tired and resigned to the situation, and going, “Ugh, you know what? I’m gonna kill your family, your friends, anyone you know, whatever” while conveying the sense of “Mondays, am I right?” is so fucking good.
The underwater stunt in Rogue Nation is a far superior setpiece.
We have literally always done music exclusives as newswires. Be it a single or a whole album, this is the section it has always gone under. All it means is that this is a new thing, check it out because we think it’s good. Not a dime changes hands. Nothing from this was in the press release—we actively ask for new…
You guys, OUTCAST is legit really good.
There’s an entire excellent section on The Craft.
Mr. Giles, I would invite you to leave your library and use one of those infernal digital machines to log into our TV Club, where most shows are still supported by a wonderful community of pop culture nerds.
Nope. I don’t know why anyone would.
Lynskey is easily one of the best parts of the show.
The inventor of the fart machine, that’s who.
I agree the timeline is super-wonky, but for American audiences, this will be an unseen season that PBS has repurposed in this fashion. Just let us have this, we desperately need it.
True, that is my big-city bias kicking in. For lots of people, it’s just not an option.
Yeah, that’s a good ‘un. Also, if we’re talking 1993 jazz-rap, obligatory shout-out to Digable Planets’ “Reachin’.”
Part of me hopes you’re right, but even that explanation would make this into an awfully gross and exploitative tactic for the show, not for Farouk. I welcome the disagreement and debate, MFN Dixon. But David admitted suppressing Syd’s memories, full stop. He can try and justify that all he wants, but he altered her…
The mouse did tell Syd something. But we also saw what David did. He admitted suppressing her memories to Farouk. Unless there’s some ridiculously convoluted way that none of this took place—which frankly would be an even bigger betrayal of the audience’s trust—I don’t see how I’m jumping to conclusions.