People need to watch more Star Trek, even when it’d dark it tries to show that things can be better.
“The world sucks so much I need to escape!”
*shudder dont even make me think of such horrors
Hahaha, yas! If I were a spectator watching that happen twice, I’d have been like, “ok kids, stop crying, that’s kinda funny.”
Dany: “I didn’t collude with Drogon to destroy King’s Landing. That was Sansa on the dragon! Lock her up! And all this stuff about Jon Snow being a Targaryen is FAKE NEWS! We’re gonna rebuild some walls. The best walls Westeros has ever seen! They’re gonna be HUGE!”
“Please silence your cell phones now, or we will kill your children. One by one, in a river. SILENCE THEM.”
Now you make me wish there actually was an element named Britannium (an actual element, not the alloy).
This deserves more stars
I found it a reminder that Davos’ original ‘rise’ came because he brought onions for soup to Stannis during a siege.
“piracy then everything these”
Cheers --tone doesn’t usually come across well over the internet. So when I saw “Seriously?” I was triggered :-D
On the contrary, I see no negative to this.
It goes from stupid thin and way too big to pretty thin and not that big. No case needed and it still functions as a normal phone. Hanging up on people is satisfying again too.
I have a three year old who loves Peppa Pig, but that is some funny shit right there. I’d honestly be laughing as I dragged his ass outta there.
I’ve been saying this since the iPhone 6 came out. This “camera bump” thing is just lazy design and needs to go away. What the designers have effectively admitted is that it’s impossible to make a phone that thin without something sticking out, so why not go back to an iPhone 5/SE style where the whole back is flush,…
I think that many, if not most users would be fine with slightly thicker phones if we could get significant battery increases. Nobody really notices a phone that is a millimeter or two thicker especially if it spends the majority of its time in a purse, pocket, or on a desk. Practically everybody notices a…
Yes, I like how different writers and directors picked the parts of the movie universe that most spoke to them. In particular, IMO, Beyond was fantastic, and explored the aspect of The Matrix that most interested me, which is the inevitable glitch.
I sure understand why so many people dislike them, and most of the criticisms are totally legitimate, but -with Reloaded in particular- I’m a total sucker for that kind of intense genre bending. I love errant computer programs as mythological archetypes, and arcane mystical quests and Neo in his priest’s hassock. The…
The sequels are super underrated, but I don’t think either of them really live up to the original. Which would honestly be impossible anyway.
Here is what I always say about the Matrix sequels. They were ahead of their time when it came to multimedia, community type stuff. The sequels weren’t great movies. Mostly because big parts of them only made sense if you followed and read all the “Expanded Universe” stuff. I watched the sequels and enjoyed them more…