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Fred Smith
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Jan 27 2019
237

Im sorry Gabe but all value is subjective. Meaning there is no objective standard of what something is worth. Machado and Harper are not “worth” any particular salary. Yes, in the past, players similar to them (or even worse than them) got big ling term deals. That’s is no guarantee of future deals and not proof that Read more

Jan 16 2019
3

So like if you’re a frequent io9 visitor scrolling down articles you’d automatically know not to watch this movie already. 

Jan 16 2019
13

The  negativity toward Signs is based entirely on the “water” aspect, even though the film does not provide enough information to deem this a plot hole. (I believe that people LOVE to bandwagon, which is why people continue to knock this “twist” right to this very day.) But, as far as internal logic goes—not to Read more

Jan 16 2019
7

Plot synopsis has finally been added to Wikipedia, for those interested in self-spoiling before deciding whether to go see it.

I for one can now wait until it hits streaming. 

Jan 16 2019
10

Well, I personally think Signs is his best film (fridge logic be darned) while I feel like the conventional wisdom is that film is in the bad category, and I think The Sixth Sense is terribly overrated. I also think The Village is self-polarizing, in that I feel divided on it...it has moments, and I see what he was Read more

Jan 16 2019
24

Is “polarizing” the right word for Shyamalan?  I always got the sense that there’s a basic general agreement regarding which of his films are good and which of his films are shite, with an exception or two.  I would suggest that he’s more “maddeningly inconsistent” than “polarizing.”

Jan 15 2019
45

I know that is logical that spider is alive, but it ruins a little for Avenger 4. Like am gonna watch it anyways, but the confirmation coming via a trailer—not my favorite way.

Jan 14 2019
21

If it’s just a rehash of the ‘60s show updated to the modern day, like the awful UPN version from 2002, count me out. Read more

Jan 8 2019
1

You start with something like “demons are making people kill themselves!!! look how spooky these drawings are!!!” and it can be hard hard to concentrate on some of the more important themes. Read more

Jan 8 2019
1

I’d like to see monsters that make people so sad that their eyes change color and they kill themselves. I want to know if their shapes could give hints to their origins and motives. Biblical Demons? Aliens? Interdenominational Travelers? Prehistoric monsters released by global warming? Do they have to make eye contact Read more

Jan 8 2019
1

I actually enjoyed The Arrival when it came out. I’m sure it is awful nowadays, but maybe not. I don’t have cable, but it used to be on like TBS or TNT every week or so. Heh. Shockingly still relevant theme. Read more

Jan 8 2019
1

i dont think it backfired, im glad it didnt show them

Jan 7 2019
7

Y’know what this re-do of Dune needs? Needless stunt-casting. I say we give Rebecca Ferguson the role of Count Vladimir Harkonnen. Dave Bautista gets to play the Count’s daughter/Duke Leto’s concubine, Lady Jessica. Finally, Timothee Chalamet can do double duty as lead housekeeper Shadout Mapes and a Weirding Module Read more

Jan 7 2019
3

I.. I really don’t know if first half of the book is going to be a big enough box office draw to make another movie a financially sound move.

Jan 7 2019
7

I bet you it won’t make enough money for a second movie, unless they’ve already got it contracted.