Right? I thought it was hilarious! SW fans need to get a sense of humor.
I feel like the premise of Designated Survivor was really interesting and would have worked really well as like a limited series/miniseries thing like The Night Manager a few years ago. Give it 6-10 hourlong episodes to build and resolve the conspiracy, then be done with it. American TV has traditionally been pretty…
It’s weird that cinematic games are so popular now, since they really feel kind of retrograde. The potential of games is that they are able to convey story through different tools than novels or movies. And interactivity is arguably a more impactful way to communicate than passive watching.
You sound pretty cocksure about that.
I think they made a bigger mistake replacing him with a character that was even more badly written. (Or were you actually referring to Diamondback? Because I thought that Mahershala Ali as Cottonmouth was one of the main pros of the series.)
i don’t think cottonmouth was the biggest problem as much as diamond back cosplaying as megaman and acting in the wrong show.
Man, that first season really shit the bed, didn’t it? I started out thinking they’d made it specifically for me and ended barely giving a shit if they made any more episodes.
he’s an analyst AND a therapist.
I missed him in the movie, but caught the bit in the credits about a character from Arrested Development appearing with permission, left me scratching my head. Of course, AD is owned by Fox, right? And who owns Fox now?
Lol... I thought it was just a nerdy Kree...
My mind goes directly to Eddie Murphy in drag in The Nutty Professor.
In Space is perfection.
Every 90's kid with a good childhood reading this article like:
So far, I’m the only one I see taking a hard stance against it. I quit about 2-3 battles after the first boss fight they are talking about above.
I dunno, I see games like this and I think, “You guys should’ve just made a movie.” I can’t get drawn into the world a video game is trying to present when I have to sit back & watch cutscenes.
Right. Soap operas did that all the time (Laura Spencer, Heather Webber, et al).
They did something like that when First Becky came back to First Roseanne (only to leave again and Second Becky came back again). She walked in and Roseanne Barr’s line was something like “Where the hell have you been?”
You realize Ali G Indahouse is a parody film, right?
As I’ve said before, Martin Freeman’s a better actor than Benedict Cumberbatch, and he happens to be right about this as well.