Ben A.
jeicespade
Jun 26
9

It looks cute but I know this movie by heart and having them change any of the lines will drive me insane.

Jun 26
10

This sounds delightful, but from the clips it looks like they are doing the script from memory and the ad libs are not improving anything and I don’t want to watch a movie 10 minutes at a time.

Jun 11
2

I got a chuckle out of this as the current front page of Kotaku has 6 articles “featured” at the top.

May 18
55

Meanwhile, in the comics, the ‘straightening out’ of Harley has begun. Poison Ivy is going full evil again and her relationship with Harley is vanishing and Harley is falling into the arms of...Booster Gold.

I think DC underestimates the backlash this will cause.

Apr 22
43

There are so many stories out there like this from our grandparents and great grandparents generations. I know World War II was a catalyst for many people in similar situations realizing he/she not only wasn’t alone but now had the opportunity to meet someone. These tales need to be told and it would do a lot of us Read more

Apr 7
19

Tim Robbins as Doc Antle.  It’s basically his High Fidelity character already.

Mar 12
5

It’s also good for preventing kidney stones, and I am telling you now because no one told me then. NOT FUN. 

Feb 17
141

It’s the snowflake argument that every douche bag gamergate kid makes, just fancied up to make him seem like he is actually saying something new, and not re-hashing a bullshit excuse to be racist/sexist/homophobic/whatever.

Feb 14
5

The first one I’m going to watch with this technology is Hell in the Pacific. It has numerous scenes where Lee Marvin and Toshiro Mifune are as far apart as possible, and its pan-and-scan is monstrous. I can’t wait to see how this technology handles it!