Curmudgahideen
curmudgahideen
Jun 18
20

Oh yeah, but McQueen is the protagonist of the first movie, which is about him learning to be a nicer person and a better athlete. Read more

Jun 16
197

Yeah, this is where I remind people that, as someone on the high-functioning end of the autism spectrum and depression, we need to stop putting racism in the “mentally-ill” bag. Nobody’s objecting to mental illness here. They’re objecting to Ms. Cooper’s racism. And while there can be overlap between racist beliefs Read more

Jun 16
39

I hope there was an episode where he went to the tailor for a new emergency dressing gown and said, “Make it! Sew!”.

Apr 30
5

It makes so much sense for Assassin’s Creed’s lore that I can’t believe they haven’t done it yet. Read more

Apr 30
19

What, you never noticed how Zimmer suddenly became much more active after Tupac was "killed"?

Apr 21
9

properly, Star Wars is indeed much like a western: one watches not for an exciting and novel plot, but for immersion in a particular mood and style. If you like it, that’s cool.

Me, i loved the Mandalorian, because by mood it felt just like the old West End Games Star Wars RPG i loved so much, the d6 version. All in Read more

Apr 16
23

This just made me disproportionately furious. I am supportive of small businesses trying to stay afloat right now and advertising is part of that, but fuck every single one of these giant corporations for exploiting people’s fears during a global pandemic. Read more

Apr 13
230

Except it wasn’t a mess from start to finish. It has issues, but it’s a good film overall.

Apr 10
57

The “issue” with The Last Jedi wasn’t ignoring The Force Awakens, but being saddled with the laziness of Awakens. Abrams had no idea for a trilogy, he barely had an idea for that one movie (and that idea was just do A New Hope again, but flashier effects). His storytelling approach has always just been throw shit at Read more

Mar 20
4

As hilarious at this is (and it is, I’ve watched the clip like 5 times), the effect works for almost any recorded speech, at least the way that YouTube’s speed adjustment affects it. Here’s a clip from John Mulaney’s Kid Gorgeous and at 50% speed he also sounds drunk, but his voice is almost wholly unlike Frakes’s.