The retroactively added-on prequel, Justin Lin’s “Better Luck Tomorrow”, legitimately is. It wasn’t made as a Fast & The Furious movie, but became part of the larger story with the addition of Han to the series.
You should be fine. Only one other character from the previous films show up, and none of the other plot is referenced other than "Hobbs and Shaw worked together before and they kinda hate each other".
I have a Capital One credit card *and* have my banking through them with a 360 account.
Hard no on Keaton being a Trump supporter. I vaguely recall something during the 2016 election cycle from the Family Ties writers stating that he was a Never-Trumper.
They have to get Hulk's film rights away from Universal first.
It’s on record that the “Earth-616" designation refers to the mainline universe for Marvel *comic books*. The MCU is Earth-199999.
It’s like someone took the joke in What We Do In The Shadows of Vlad not being able to get the faces right on the animals he transforms into, played it with absolute seriousness, and stretched it out over an entire movie.
I love musicals. Hell, my current username is a Crazy Ex-Girlfriend reference. But Rent and Cats are the fucking worst. The only character in Rent that doesn’t drive me up a wall is Joanne, and Cats is goddamn Cats.
I love the “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” take on Cats. It’s the only way the show makes any goddamn sense, because as much as I hate Andrew Lloyd Webber I refuse to believe anyone sat down and wrote this piece of garbage. But a bunch of terrible, out of work actors making shit up as they go along as a ruse to steal from…
I’m from Chenango County, which is *deeply* redneck. Trump signs are everywhere and it’s not uncommon to see Confederate flags and racist/xenophobic bumper stickers.
If I’m remembering Sophie’s previous TMNT fancomic correctly, I'll bet this is Artemisia.
I grabbed one of the packs and did a "Pepsi challenge" with my friends to compare. It's not quite a Pepsi clone--maybe halfway between Coke and Pepsi. It's still got that Coke "bite" to it, but the flavors are bolder.
It’s not *intended* to affect anyone over 25, but I'm 34 and I can hear those damn things just fine.
A bunch of used copies of In Nomine sourcebooks (an urban fantasy RPG where you can play as angels or demons), and a copy of the Degrassi soundtrack (a Christmas gift for my sister).
The full series is up on Hulu now.
As former FOH (was never primarily a server, but I pinch-hit a few times to help cover shifts), mirroring was something that I did often—but it was never a psychological trick.
When Cartoon Network was new (and again on Boomerang when it took over Cartoon Network's original premise), The Banana Splits Show was on pretty heavy rotation. I don't think that's been the case for a few years now, but there's a wider cultural awareness than you assume.
My guess would be “The PJs”. Loretta Devine was the second lead next to Eddie Murphy.
I loved this show so much. Two things still get randomly stuck in my mind to this day: the QuickClones spouting random gibberish as they melted away, and J showing a neuralized K that it's not the year he thinks it is...by showing him the Twin Towers.
Liam Neeson's character in International is High T, MIB 3 has AA (Will Arnett’s character), and the animated series had Alpha, so there is some flexibility with the codenames.