And here it is!
And here it is!
I always look forward to Demi Adejuyigbe’s new viral video each September 21st.
Do we need a “fictional” sci-fi TV series about the world we currently live in, which is not fantastical and amazing but very real and scary? And has no robot police in it?
Charley’s solo efforts were fun enough, but without that camaraderie and chemistry, they weren’t as satisfying. I like the extra challenge they’ve set themselves with the electric bikes, though.
Enola Holmes looks great! Something I’m also looking forward to is the final part to the Long Way Round trilogy of motorcycling adventure documentaries.
The Spider-Man and Ant-Man movies are meant to be pure escapism, and rarely have any impact on the larger arcs. In this case none at all, as it marked the end of a Phase. So for that reason they amp up the comedy and silliness. Read more
Ian Holm was one of those actors, alongside his contemporary Brits John Hurt and Anthony Hopkins, who was completely naturalistic and believable in every single role, with seemingly effortless skill. He simply slid into every role like he had always been there, and subsequently elevated everyone else who acted… Read more
These low budget sword-and-sandal or mediaeval fantasy movies still get made today, disappear into the ether of obscure TV network channels, and remain awful. Production values are marginally improved, but writing, acting, and VFX still suck. Read more
When I watched the trailer I honestly thought the joke about Lister being a god to the cats had already been made—more than 30 years ago. It is actually kind of astounding it hasn’t been made until now. Read more
It’s a promo from the Uncharted video game.
I am surprised too. That whole scene now seems like pointless filler. However, as the Timeless Child was set up in the previous season, maybe the intention was to have Captain Jack be the tie-in for next season.
Weirdos meaning people fixated on the wrong thing and who won’t let it go.
Just yesterday I tweeted something similar.
I do use that already, it’s great. But sadly it’s not comprehensive and also doesn’t inform of cancellations, just season endings.
I didn’t intentionally use inaccurate language. It’s not inaccurate in how it describes what I like or do not like. It may not fit dictionary definitions for specific usage, but it’s absolutely accurate for my own usage. Read more
What I said was, I like some stuff and I don’t like other stuff. I had NO IDEA I would need to use the accurate definitions as specified in Webster’s Fucking Dictionary. Silly me for not realising everything I say on a crappy comments system needs to be vetted by experts beforehand.
Overwhelmed by pedants and trolls.
I didn’t mention Christianity, specifically because I didn’t want to call it a mythology, which implies fiction. To people of faith, the Bible and their Church are important to them more deeply than I can possibly understand. I stayed away from any words that implied that. Read more