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2/12/20
5:46 PM
3

Not according to a quick search in the app. It’s funny, a lot of the Disney TV direct to syndication stuff is missing. My little nephew is big into Buzz Lightyear and I wanted to show him the solo 2D cartoon series they did with him, basically the in-universe show the toy is based on, but it’s not on Disney+ either.

2/12/20
12:17 PM
45

See, I didn’t even get the comedic vibe from it; I didn’t get a read that Thirteen was being flip, there was a nervousness there. Barring any reveals later in the season my theory is that the Doctor’s new identity crises have unmoored her enough to make her build up a personal wall between her and the TimeFam. 

2/11/20
1:46 PM
22

Ya... I don’t think its the title. I was going through the box office data earlier thats in the press and what struck me as interesting is the fact there is a big gender gap. Its just not what you’d expect. Older men (for a comic book film anyways) are turning out while woman are not, men over 25 make up 55% of the Read more

2/11/20
7:33 AM
6

If you’re watching something by Armando Iannucci looking for escapism, you’re going to have a bad time...

2/10/20
2:09 PM
28

Any episode that takes a look at mental health and says that it okay to talk to someone, to go to therapy (as Ryan’s friend goes to group therapy in the end) is good in my book. Add in some creepy, trippy dream sequences and a whole lot more backstory for Yaz and damn, I loved this episode. Read more

2/9/20
6:47 PM
2

I respect your opinion, and largely also agree with it - there’s definitely a lot of visual overload in many action movies these days. To a large extent because CGI allows you to do anything nowadays, not just impossible locations and vehicles and creatures and explosions an shit, but impossible camera moves too that Read more

2/5/20
3:15 PM
1

Yeah but that casting and tooling for a one off? Not sure how fiscally sensible that would be. 

2/5/20
1:12 PM
1

I would totally get behind a special in which Alden Ehrenreich takes Chewie home for Life Day, but I’m one of those weirdos who enjoyed “Solo.”
Didn’t they contract him for three movies just in case?

2/5/20
11:21 AM
1

I’m in if they do Willrow Hood and the Life Day that Almost Wasn’t, where an Ugnaught runs off with Willrow’s camtono while it’s carrying all his Christmas Life Day presents. In the process of getting it back, he meets the Ugnaught’s impoverished family and learns the true meaning of Life Day.

2/5/20
10:00 AM
1

I mean Wicket’s had two movies of his own, how many more do you need? ;)

2/5/20
6:26 AM
5

I’d trade the entire prequel and sequel trilogies for a Tag and Bink feature film!!!

2/3/20
5:25 PM
10

The shaky camera style just feels wrong for this show. Feels like a scene from Firefly.

2/2/20
4:27 PM
2

Yeah— that does pull me out when I hear the same sounds in countless movies... It’s not like the Wilhelm scream, where it’s a tradition or Easter egg-- it just seems lazy to me. Like, is it really hard to get new baby sounds? 

1/28/20
1:39 PM
2

I think that’s because Kevin J. Anderson wrote novels for kids. So adult Star Wars fans may have hated them, but kids didn’t care. I know I didn’t. I may a Ph.D. in comparative literature now, but as a kid I ate up the Young Jedi books or that one series with a three-eyed clone of Palpatine (or something like that) Read more

1/28/20
8:50 AM
2

The stories were pretty nice, there was way way worse stuff made before. At least Anderson and Zahn established a universe and EU canon that made sense, which is why. Anderson writes a bit YA-novel like, but he doesnt really do anything wrong.