If it does well enough, you could have Baron Samedi arrive to place a voodoo spell on M’s body in the sequel.
I would’ve preferred:
I’m working on a YA sci-fi novel, and I spent way, way too much time working out how calendars would work on Proxima Centauri B, which has 11 Earth days in a year, and 22 Earth days in a day.
They did a podcast on the Ringer a couple weeks ago that made it seem like they don’t have a set end like on VP.
This only goes to support my suspicion that his scientific genius is extraterrestrial in origin.
There’s also been a half dozen graphic novel adaptations (the first few done by Raina Telgemeier) that were pretty effective at getting my daughter into the series.
“Return of Jafar” wasn’t great, but it paves the way for the pretty-dang-good, all-things-considered animated series, as well as the third movie, “Aladdin and the King of Thieves”, which I will stan for.
All in. Can’t say no to Greta Gerwig and the infinitely watchable Saoirse Ronan.
Why does this feature make a practice of putting as much space as possible between the headline and the listing it's referring to?
First of all, it’s patronizing, self-important and convinced of how right it is and presented as the right thing to believe, practically saying that you’re a fucking idiot if you dissent in any way from that opinion. It’s filled with that centro-liberal superiority and disdain rather than honest righteous anger, which…
I just hope it’s not going to be The Newsroom. I hated that show and whenever Jeff Daniels’ awful monologue about America gets posted with “#truth”, I get the urge to punch a wall.
“she said she wanted to ditch news and papers” and then she told Tom she got him the head of the news network.
Excuse me? The best lightsaber fight was in A New Hope, when Darth Vader and Obi-wan Kenobi cross swords a couple of times and then it just kind of stops.
One of the stranger aspects of 2001: A Space Odyssey is probably its connection to the Marvel Universe.
Like Mandy, Color out of Space is being produced by Elijah Wood and Daniel Noah’s production company SpectreVision, so there’s reason to be optimistic.
I think this season was all about showcasing how unhealthy their relationship still is. Veronica prefers the version of Logan who’s compulsively jealous and has anger management issues to the one who’s working on managing that stuff in therapy, and she openly baits him into acting the way she wants. (And he calls her…
I think they kind of painted themselves into a corner with Movie Logan, and there was no easy way out of it. The central conceit of Logan and Veronica’s relationship has always been that they’re both dysfunctional, and that’s both what draws them to each other and why they never actually work out long term. You can…
Agreed re: Vinny. I love that he’s a pretty good and smart PI, he just has no moral compass whatsoever. Perfect shitbag occasional-adversary.