This is a good point. I picked up mine at a ThinkGeek store for about $20-30, but it was a while ago and on a sale, so I wasn’t comfortable quoting that as the official price.
I haven’t gotten tired of all this Bowsette stuff and I see no reason to start now.
I’m hoping that’s the case. I’ve seen more than a bunch of things labeled as “clips” that are unedited sequences of shots, so I’m not doing much more than hoping, but still. There really should be more to this scene than there is.
I mean, you’re not wrong. But also that was when he was a villain. If he’s gonna keep every negative trait about Eddie Brock’s canon in a film where he’s the hero—SORRY, YES, Sony, I meant anti-hero, for the love of god stop reminding me—then it’s gonna be hard to sympathize with him.
On top of all that mentioned in the article...is it just me or is this clip edited horrendously? I guess I don’t want to be too harsh because it’s a pre-release clip, but it still feels like it’s being edited like a trailer (or worse, like a movie they tried to piece together in editing after hasty reshoots, a la…
To be honest, I kind of like it. The main time I can think of where it comes up is when he’s talking to the Avengers in the first Avengers movie. Cap says they were making weapons. Nick says they weren’t, just collecting them. Stark interrupts and calls Nick a liar, showing the designs for weapons on their computers.…
I’m so glad you brought this up because actually, the math can work out, and a hell of a lot better than it does for MoviePass.
Whatever happens to MoviePass, it made that possible and at this point, users probably just want everything to stop changing all the time.
The Happytime Murders is directed by Brian Henson—whose father, Jim Henson, helped create Sesame Street.
I’d read it.
Hi. I used to work for Lifehacker. Several of my colleagues lost their jobs because of that bankruptcy. Never covered a single sex tape and all our team ever tried to do was inform people of useful things and let people form their own opinions.
“More than anything, the filing shows that Musk...has at least privately harbored this grudge since last year”
This is some hot fucking content.
The Overwatch community is gonna have to learn that the Overwatch League is going to have concerns beyond your competitive games. Yes, watching the game and then going to play it later is fun. It’s even easier than with regular sports because you can just play it on your own computer with strangers. That’s great!…
About the same as the odds that reading the CIA Wikipedia page magically installs a camera in your house.
I think the commonly-held interpretation of that story was way too simplistic. A lot of people tend to overlook, though, that even in Infinity Gauntlet, he was still killing half of all life because he believed that was best for the universe (he fancied himself an environmentalist, as he explained to the Silver Surfer…
And most importantly, is he still trying to date the personification of Death?