See also: Bellyaching over that Ghostbusters movie with (gasp) women in it.
It’s been a trip watching angry nerds lose their minds over the sanctity of their 1980's long-form toy commercials.
I’m saying that it’s patently absurd to suggest that the Lokis must be biologically similar (and thus bordering on incest), when the Lokis are clearly demonstrated to be different races and species. Read more
Their conversation on the train also suggests that Sylvie might actually be the biological child of Odin and Frigga, while Loki, they remind us, is actually a Frost Giant adopted by Odin. So very definitely not related. Or even the same species.
Only thing weird about it is how hard they got me to ship this. I audibly squeeed when they kissed.
Amateur Batman Dislocates His Own Shoulder and Breaks His Own Wrist
“You Fell Victim to One of the Classic Blunders”
Ugh. So the A319 (based upon the shot of the flight deck) cruises at 514 mph, with a max spd of 541 mph. Let’s say they have enough gas to go full blast the whole way (unlikely since airlines don’t typically put on that much extra fuel for those long-haul routes), but going west bound means a headwind, so to make the… Read more
It seems like common sense to not have to say this, but here goes anyway:
Every single person that had something to say about the original design needs to get their ass to a theater and see the movie. I can’t think of another time where a movie studio immediately listened to the audience and backtracked this publicly… Read more
Here’s hoping the villain is Turksih Spider-Man.
I lost it here. Picard has always been friendly with Riker and Riker has always been loyal to Picard (alternate universes notwithstanding) but I always felt that friendship that characterized Kirk, McCoy and Spock and would have been natural in the cerebral Picard and the more raw Riker would come through in TNG and… Read more
It appears they’ve done it — nostalgia finally done right! I’m tired of seeing my heroes turn into selfish shells of their former selves. From Kirk’s complacency in the Nexus, to Han’s abandonment of Leia, and especially Luke’s blue-milk fueled island self-imprisonment — the torchbearers of sci-fi legacies seem to…
I have to confess I find myself increasingly wary of going to big event movies on opening weekends. The sheer obsessive hatred that people have cultivated for things like The Last Jedi, Black Panther, and Captain Marvel is deeply unsettling.
Is that the lady who was somehow thinner than the arctic ice sheet?
That's some Ally McBeal-level shit right there.