I’m on a high because of Black Panther and this can’t keel me down. Seems like an honest mistake. Besides, we won’t more female representation as well right? Also I think, Tessa Thompson is in this and I definitely want to see more or her.
There was a local soda company in my neck of the woods that had soda with very low sugar content.NMot sure how much lower, but each bottle had a total of 55-70 calories. I loved their vanilla soda, not because I avoid sugar at all, but because I too find soft drinks too sweet. Can’t find it anywhere anymore.
I liked it. Wasn’t the best horror I’ve seen in a while but definitely not the worst. Didn’t find it a chore, that’s for sure. Haven’t read the book.
I Know Why the Cage Bird Sings is Maya Angelou, not Toni Morrison. Try something like “God Help The Child Because the Deep State is Out to Get Them as Part of The Liberal Pedophilia Ring.”
Liked him in Get Him to the Greek, don’t love his stand-up, but don’t overtly hate it. I’ve found his political rants hit or miss, mostly miss. A friend recommended one of his books to me and it was awful. He often took five sentences to say what could be said in one.
But I thought white audiences don’t want to see protagonist who don’t look like them.
Guess we are going to have to agree to disagree.
That the naked bottom half cheerleader on the yearbook can be construed as sexist but is just a more overt representation of what the ritual of cheerleading represents, and in that sense, by blatantly pointing out that these girls are essentially there to be ogled, National Lampoon was exposing the inherent sexism in…
I didn’t interpret his/her comment like that and I’m pretty sure that was not there intent. They are criticizing the ritual as sexualizing teenage girls, and pointing out the cover, while sexist, is just magnifying something already inherit in watching teenage girls flounce around in short skirts praising boys.
I thought the sexism was deliberate on the part of the writters, trying to suggest older women are seen as more fragile than their male counterparts. I could just be reading too much into it.
They knew it was up for sale. Grace mentions it to the younger boyfriend ( can’t remember his name at the moment) when he visits her in the home. They didn’t know it was sold, which is heartbreaking.
I liked the first one because of the scene where the giant robot beats the kaiju using a tanker as a bat. That’s all I want out of any movie. I really think it was what The Post was really missing.
Sounds intriguing. I am a horror fan but I haven’t forgiven the AV Club for Proxy. I WILL NEVER FORGIVE!
I also recently watched the vault. I picked it becausw it looked shitty, and I like to put on crap while I clean or work on computer stuff. Did you happen to watch it yesterday around 3 pm Pacific time? Where we watchinf it together?
Really? Haven’t seen Darkest Hour, Lady Bird, Call me by your name, Phantom Thread... Okay I haven’t seen most of the movies nominated. Nevermind.
I know right!
Hate to be that person but I’m not so quick to believe everything I’ve read about this book as 100% accurate. I think a lot of it is, or at least lines up with reports we’ve heard before (e.g. the in fighting among factions in the White House, Bannon hating Jared), but other parts seemed embellished to say the least.…
Where I grew up there was no flouridization in the water and I have never heard of an overwhelming issue with dental health in my home town. I myself have only ever had one cavity. I’m not against flouridization perse, I’ve just always wondered if it’s really necessary.
Like Mira Sorvino. I always liked her.
I also liked Brick best, but guessed Looper because it appears to be his best known film outside of Star Wars.