Angrier Geek
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Jul 7
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I can’t with her. Again, a too-accurate representation of a teenager as been brought to the screen, meaning she’s an asshole. And I only have room enough for one superpowered blonde asshole teenager: Sabrina. And at least there it’s acknowledged as a problem in story.
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Jul 6
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I was fine until the 15-year-old told me not to give up hope that things can change, then I was a blubbering mess. Read more

Jul 2
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Did you truly read the piece? His mediocrity was instrumental to Ivy’s development. She had to start at square one to overcome her baseline misanthropy. Someone more complex wouldn’t have allowed that. Harley herself for example. His importance is not as an independent character, but the role he plays for someone who Read more

Jul 2
9

One thing The Highlander managed to convey as a series better than the movies ever did (mostly because they were all bad, even the ones I liked) is how horrible living forever could be.

Jun 29
2

Last year’s show was actually good (with the exception of the middle-aged comic host no one under 40 knew) and all the top stars were either presenting or performing or at the very least in attendance. Read more

Jun 28
10

I cannot stand Harley Quinn, nor do I understand her popularity and even I think this show is fucking great.

Jun 27
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First Impressions: So, I’m not a part of the Chosen People that God selected to score tickets to the popular Broadway musical. But, I’ve definitely heard the just-as-popular soundtrack! Hamilton has always piqued my interest given the buzz about it, so the fact that it’s coming to screen will be my chance to see Read more

Jun 18
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Why are you “putting it on” with it airs nonstop on cable? Hell, Underworld: Blood Wars was on last night!

Jun 18
6

I think you said this years ago and I agreed with you then and I agree with you now. Spawn is what he should have been doing.

Jun 18
2

One of the reasons Snyder gets the shit he does is because he keeps saying with a straight face that his Superman is true to the comics when we all know it’s not. He’d get a lot less grief if he just said “I know it’s different from what you’re used to but this is my interpretation.”
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Jun 16
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This is the last fucking time I’m going through this slideshow bullshit.

Jun 15
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I think they failed to realize the importance of Don Blake because that’s where his humbling occurs. An entire lifetime of being disabled. Now we’re just supposed to believe that 48 hours in New Mexico with Natalie Portman just undid literally thousands of years of boorishness. Even Tony spent a few months in the Read more

Jun 15
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It’s great for Hiddleston, literally making him a star (I never get tired of the moment when Thor refuses to fight Loki at the end despite all he’s done and you see the realization in Loki’s face that he was genuinely loved and has basically destroyed his life over nothing), but a bad thing in a movie called “Thor” Read more

Jun 14
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As I said when it came out, Thor only works when Loki is onscreen because Branagh had zero interest in Thor and all kinds of interest in Hiddleston’s Super-Iago from Space.

Jun 12
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Are we going to talk about how buffonish and incompetent he became as the series progressed? He was a badass space pirate in the first film but by RotJ Luke and Leia knew better than to depend on him and TFA just made him flat out an incompetent space pirate.
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