Wow, he handled that like a champ.
In Neely’s defense, just because Ravizza’s dead doesn’t mean he isn’t doing what he does best.
Sometimes I forget that people I’ve never heard of have died. Who among us hasn’t gotten caught in a lie when trying to seem informed during a sports broadcast?
Even when Sansa was suggesting the North be independent she was clearly thinking it would be Jon who is king in the North. Tyrion said both she and Arya fought against sending him to the Wall and in their goodbye she tearfully says the North has lost its king.
I think the show is sort of in the same place they were in around 2011-2013, when it was obvious that longtime names (Kristen Wiig, Bill Hader, Jason Sudeikis, Andy Samberg) were leaving, but they didn’t want to stop showcasing them even as they also had to build new talent up. Most of the new talent brought in at…
I think that a lot of the cast, just aren’t on the same page from a comedic standpoint. Many of them, individually, might offer up something different, but as a whole, this cast doesn’t especially gel. Everyone is just really broad and loud, or sarcastically smirking, and that’s about it.
I mean, it is a classic storytelling trope. A man harbors a vendetta against someone important and powerful who he believes has ruined his life. He spends years plotting revenge and then, when his big moment finally arrives, he is swatted away like a fly and the important person barely even notices.
Ugh, Netherlands won? So boring.
Don’t sweat it, man, the housekeeper has been rejecting my advances too.
My ultimate takeaway is that Arnold still makes me feel bad about myself.
You joke about Stewart as Selina Kyle, but I can kind of see it.
“I’M NOT PARTICULARLY BOTHERED THAT YOU SAID THAT NAME!”
“The Batman”? But I wanted to do High Life!”
I thought it was the other way around. People star in blockbusters so they don’t have to worry about money for a while, and can work on smaller films that they’re more interested in. One ‘The Batman’ probably pays for four ‘High Life’s.
2007: Really? The pretty boy from the gay cowboy movie is gonna be the Joker?! Guess it won’t be as good as Begins...
2010: “Wait, they hired Johnny Storm from those shitty Fantastic Four films and the douchebro from Not Another Teen Movie to play Captain Fucking America?!”
“The guy from Beetlejuice is playing Batman? Well, it could be totally okay, but not enough to live up to the massive hype leading up to the release, and also hampered by a director who’s really more int0 baroque whimsy than the actual comics and is really not int0 narrative film per se. But I bet it won’t have killer…
One Batman movie funds three French baby space travel movies.
Naw, he’s perfect casting for such a campy hero. Remember the show? Why not have a madcap actor take Adam West’s...
...a gritty reboot, you say?
1988: Ugh, the guy from Beetlejuice is playing Batman? Mr. Mom? This is gonna be terrible.