Hmm. Yup, just another normal day on the internet.
There’s plenty they’re drawing from the third book for Jake’s story though.
No reason to assume Eddie and Susannah will even make it to the films either, as there is nothing that states that Roland gets the same companions every cycle, only that he lets Jake die in the beginning, forever linking their fates. Eddies story would be fun on screen, but the Susannah/Detta/Odetta dynamic would be…
As long as Roland gets fucked up by a Lobstrosity time around, I’m good.
Don’t even think about making that comment. Don’t.
After what I saw in a store just today. Yes. I’m done. (For a while... ;) )
Four words: R-rated. Young. Yoda. Romcom.
Lots of what makes Han Solo so great is his mysterious past and all these events just being hinted at. Now we’re going to actually see them, and as exciting as that is as a fan, you also don’t want the character to be demystified.
On the other hand, Suicide Squad 2 just got a writer this week
Context is a thing. Older films can’t be held to a standard that didn’t yet exist.
There was some CGI in this film, but it was very well-executed, and since I was seven, I had no idea what CGI was, only that it made that ballroom scene look frikking awesome.
There’s a button to throw your weapon! If you need to make room, just toss it away like you would at a bokoblin.
What do you think of Zelda’s combat system now having played HZD first? That for me was the weakest part of an otherwise great game, to the point where I found myself just skipping shrines that required combat because I gave no F’s about the wonky way sometimes my shield would come up when I hit the trigger, and…
I’m actually starting to get a little pissed that everyone seems to have immediately forgotten Horizon exists and how insanely excellent it is because fucking Zelda came along, and that’s obviously the BEST THING EVER MADE IN THE HISTORY OF EVER and we will DDoS you if you disagree!!!
Show me one thing Zelda does…
Don’t be. I have never been much of a Star Wars fan, but I’ve always loved Ben Kenobi, and Clone Wars turned Maul from a pathetic, 1-dimensional character into something legitimately tragic enough for this finale.
Obviously. How dare you use hyperbole? Who in their right mind would ever do that?