I’m essentially in agreement with you, but I’m also pretty sympathetic to the idea that this is just a convenient scapegoat to avoid doing anything. Yelling about “the media” almost always is because media is not some monolithic entity that can be easily corralled. Ratings systems already exist, the first amendment…
Semi-serious question: Do we know for a fact that he and Conroy have ever even met?
While I concede that this sounds more potentially heartwarming than some, nothing says “the pitch team got wasted all weekend” like a biopic about the invention of the sort of thing that might appear on an office worker’s desk. This barely beat out 3 Post-It Notes with My E-Mail Passwords and Stapler: The Movie.
“she’ll probably be sticking around for Marvel’s upcoming ‘Fresh Start,’ the line-wide relaunch announced this week.”
LEGACY WAS LAST FUCKING YEAR.
He goes even further than not walking back what he said to tacitly affirming it. His apology is basically “I’m sorry for remembering too much at once so publicly.”
That’s weird because I convened a panel of speakers of English, Japanese, Urdu, Trique, Krahn, Yiddish, and Luo, and they all agreed that the header image means “douchebags.”
You can almost smell the political calculation/desperation in that review.
“Well, on the one hand, this is the perfect red meat to throw to our collection of irrationally furious white dudes and actual nazis as proof of the insidious blackenization of American white duditude. On the other hand, basically ever person in…
I feel like “...and also, people were really into dance-pop” could be appended onto nearly any decade of the last 100 years.
Does anyone, though?
I feel like rock has turned into what blues was in the 60's & 70's: this slightly antiquated musical form where big nostalgia acts could still find work and there were younger artists expressing admiration for them without actually having all that much in common, and most of the real new stuff was being done at…
That honestly seems like the least insane possibility.
If “sitcoms on in the background” count, which they must by Netflix’s metrics, I’ve binged 30 Rock, Community, Parks and Rec, and a handful of others in single days.
Those sound like great traits for a train conductor or an EMT. Less so for a director, at least from the viewer’s end.
I don’t read a lot of Lobo for all the reasons stated above, but he’s a comic book character whose heyday was the 80's and 90's, so...yes.
It’d be a pretty interesting glimpse into the insecurities and emotional neediness of your friends. Who is testy enough to unfriend someone after the first downvote? Who is so desperate to appear popular that they’ll put up with any number of them just to avoid reducing their friend count? Who among them is the right…
1.) If you are getting enough of your information from Facebook for this to matter, you’re probably already screwed.
2.) I’m not sure helping people craft more perfect echo chambers does anyone any favors.
3.) That said, people know there’s already an unfollow button, right?
Lobo is this weird character that started out as too unsubtle a parody of Wolverine/Liefeld-era comics for me to really find all that funny, but enough people seemed to miss the satire that DC just shrugged and folded him into the mainstream universe, which made him unbearable. So even if you could argue that playing…
Yeah, here’s a sentence I never thought I’d utter, but Bay is perfect for this project.
Trump lies so frequently and compulsively that I doubt he’s even consciously aware of it at this point. I can’t imagine that his legal team is anything but 1000% united against this.