All IMO obviously, but I left the theater thinking it was no better than Rogue One and by the time I got home I thought it was as bad as a the prequels. I found it messy and felt extremely long. The most interesting character, Snoke, they kill off without ever answering anything about him and he’s replaced with… Read more
Haven’t seen the Shape of Water. But, from pictures alone, that creature sure reminds me of Abe Sapien from the Hellboy comics, who incidentally was brought to the big screen by none other than Mr. del Toro.
“Cromulent” Well, thanks for embiggening my vocubulary.
Same. At least that’s what my parents said they got me, although they couldn’t tell me why it didn’t come with any packaging. I still have it:
I get the feeling Karen Gillan made this movie just to remind people she’s not actually blue skinned and bald.
I wish SNL was like, at least, 60% more Kenan.
I was thinking more along the lines of Marvel never speaking of its existence again.
All the original ones. When they stuck mostly to the book with Casino Royal it was awesome.
James Bond had a foster brother named Oberhauser who’s really Blofeld who was really behind LeChiffre, Vesper Lynd’s betrayal, Quantum, Dominic Green and Silva all to screw with Bond because Blofeld’s dad spent more time with James.
I’ll see your Midichlorians, and raise you a “Anakin? No, there was no father.”
The Space Jockeys are not aliens who come from the far dark unknown reaches of space, but are actually human beings who are responsible for humans being on Earth in the first place. Also, an android that we created, David, turns out to have created the Xenomorph. Read more
Tamlyn Tomita is on an ABC show called “The Good Doctor” about a young, autistic surgeon. Her role is minor, but it’s network TV, so she probably doesn’t need to do a YouTube show.