I had 100% forgotten they had ever existed
There must be a huge pile of corpses on that side of the pier, given it’s where EVERYONE does their premeditated murder.
They can actually be dead for quite a while and still come back, e.g. Jerome.
I know said music appreciation was totally subjective in a comment like five minutes ago, but “The Pina Colada Song” is objectively awful. As with most things, Joel and the’Bots know the score:
Me too. I imagine Tom Cavanaugh is delighted to do a new spin each season.
Music is so supremely subjective that it should go without saying this is purely my opinion, and your mileage may very. But I was requested to “show my work,” hence my explanation for my preference.
I tend to agree with your TPM/AotC assessment. I would also watch the shit out of an F&F/Transformers crossover, although it would be supremely disappointing to me if it used the Bayformers.
Ooh, good point.
Dude saying nice things about his former franchise is status quo in Hollywood, if not smart—especially if you’re hoping to get the rights back to said franchise without too much hassle in a few years.
I think that sort of organization, skill, and drive is rather beyond most of the executives during my tenure at Wizard Entertainment.
Yes, but it would have also made that “Are you an angel?” line about a kazillion times worse, and it’s already pure agony.
I’ve said it a hundred times: Once you make your peace with what Gotham is and isn’t, it’s a lot of fun. And uncannily like a super-violent version of the 1966 series.
I have no problem calling “BotB” amazing, but I’m calling “Hardhome” astounding. And in terms of outright craftsmanship, I think it’s best thing Game of Thrones has ever done, although “Winds of Winter” comes close.
And never forget Ewan McGregor’s excellent Alex Guinness voice.
Having watched countless scientists in the Alien franchise get stupid-close to alien entities—including that dipshit that tried to pet the angry penis-snake in Prometheus—I wouldn’t put it past anyone in those movies.