Why were they interviewing post-bender mark Zuckerberg about barstool sports
Don’t forget Disney’s comeback with Little Mermaid.
This just reinforces how bonkers the summer of 1989 was for classic movies. In a four month stretch the following came out:
It’s certainly inferior to this movie, which uses excellent effects work to show the kids’ drastic physical alteration, while Dead Poets Society lazily tries to convey its characters’ change in size merely by having them stand on desks.
OKAY BUT the real crime of that Sports Illustrated interview was when he was describing everyone else at that table. He referred to Idris Elba as “the black guy from The Wire” and Henry Golding as “an Asian gentleman.”
Japanese hand-ball contact is usually obscured by pixelation anyway.
Of course Ophelia isn't dead, she's simply pinning for the Fjords.
Counterpoint: fuck James Harden, he is a cowardly shitbird who plays an incredibly aesthetically disgusting brand of basketball, and a choke artist who has always disappeared in Elimination Games and will forever be known for 0-for-27 and I hope he retires soon.
Warriors Revolution: What if we play basketball based on absurd 3-point shooting and spacing, creating openings with swift ball movement and requiring defenses to guard shots previously thought impossible? We’ll play with a small, quick lineup, that will outpace slower, larger players, making them either lose on…
If that first fact is relevant, let it be known that the Buffalo Bills finished Top 2 in football playing in 1991-1994 and deserved the Lombardi trophy.
And in second place, Trae Young.
That opening segment might be the strangest on this show. And considering the show, that’s saying something.
Or, as the Atlanta Journal Constitution puts it, “Hawks’ Trae Young edged out for Rookie of the Year”
Billy Haisley: continuing his trend of head-scratching takes on the World Cup...
Somewhere Tom Thibodeau is trying to find his erection so he can play with it
Man, these guys really won’t defend anything.
Much as I love The National, I’ve struggled to get into ‘Sleep Well Beast’, apart from being mildly obsessed with “The System Only Dreams in Total Darkness”. But I’m excited to read this; the reviewer is clearly a fan of their work and is still blown away by the new album.
They’re an acquired taste, but once it clicks, it clicks hard.
Agreed. Looked so little like the other one and felt like there was a massive time jump that there really wasn’t. Very jarring.
The recasting of Nicole really threw me. I know they’ll need to show her growing up, but the older actress looks SO different from the younger one, I didn’t immediately realize who she was supposed to be.