Well, there goes Disney’s hope to turn a profit on the thing... might as well cancel it!
And if Kubrick had filmed the whole thing, it would have taken 5 years and thousands of takes and one of the astronauts would have quit in disgust mid-way through.
About as far fetched as the US dumping radioactive waste in St Louis.
If Peck wanted an audience of just gay men then he should have written the article in a publication primarily read by Gay men, by writing the article in The New Republic he clearly wanted to get his fucked up POV to a wider audience-- this is the response he either wanted or should have been able to predict.
Regarding Midsommar: yeah, shit gets pretty weird.
Well, thank goodness, we’ll finally get to see more of the Joker.
This feels like “Okay, we’ll give you your Question book, but you gotta do something Batman related as well. Thems the rules.”
yeah but if i signal boost or retweet someone who isn’t left enough then the cool kids might call me a fascist.
She's offering the exact moderate Democratic political profile Kyrsten Sinema just ran on in crimson red Arizona. And won.
“Bernie is genuine, Warren is not. That is palpable, which means you can feel it. It doesn’t need to be explained. It just is.”
I’m just gonna go ahead and say that Bernie should do what he should’ve done before he announced his 2020 candidacy (his 2016 run was fine—and necessary): Step aside for Warren, and be the elder statesman he’s earned the right to be.
Not everyone needs to be President. Shit, President isn’t even the strongest office in…
That’s all fair. The take I was referring to was that any of that would cause me to recommend anyone not still start at the beginning.
Yep. The first Sandman arc (which was retroactively titled “Preludes and Nocturnes” — this was when comic book arcs and trade collections were barely a thing) is a pretty standard DC “Mature Readers” horror comic from the late ‘80s. It’s good, but there’s nothing special about it, and the links to Swamp Thing,…
Watchmen is a great deconstruction of the superhero (as is Miracleman) but without a doubt Sandman was a GREAT COMIC SERIES period that has a beginning a middle and an actual ending that while open, felt like the story was fulfilled.
So where do they start? I always thought it’d be a good idea to begin with “A Doll’s House,” since that story arc is set mostly in the real world and Rose Walker is a bit more sympathetic than Morpheus.
That they’re doing this with Netflix after the Swamp Thing debacle suggests that what some us said is already coming to pass: companies are realizing this streaming thing is harder than it looks. Not to mention for expensive. I mean what’s the point in having a streaming platform if one of your prestige projects is…
I regret checking the replies to this tweet.
Do you live in one of those states that doesn’t teach sex ed?