mandelicious
AlpineSteve
mandelicious
May 20
15

So you’re upset... that there is work... for people to do... now?

I mean it sucks that people have been laid off, but if there’s no work to do, and a company is losing money, it makes financial sense.

Now there is work fro them to do, so jobs for people to be part of. 

May 20
47

I watched it very high on a friends sofa. I don’t remember much of the movie but we did get a bucket of KFC.

May 19
11

Usually, when a movie is good, no one needs to write lots of articles trying to convince people that it’s good.

May 19
86

The difference is The Empire Strikes Back is pretty awesome, and The Last Jedi kinda’ sucks. Read more

Apr 28
12

I mean, not for nothing but, this seems more like a you problem.

Apr 23
4

I should point out that the way they go about explaining how/why the events from the original are locked in place and can’t change *until they do* are also a major point of contention with me. The meta, self aware-ness does NOT work for me, and is very Kingdom Hearts, and I hate it.

Apr 14
4

The Sisterhood is pretty big on discipline and doesn’t look kindly on falling in love in general because it is unpredictable and they can’t control it. They come down pretty harshly on ANY intimate relationship that a member has that they did not mandate. Hell, love made Jessica screw up and bear the wrong baby to the Read more

Apr 14
32

As a non-white fan of the series (the books), I’ll see your wokeness and raise you a “cue white liberals wanting to change art to better reflect their full-time obsession with political correctness.” You act like you speak for all non-whites, which of course no one does; or worse, that only white people would consider Read more

Feb 26 2020
5

My god, I can’t think of anything that would make me take a hard pass on having a game night with friends more than some pressing heavy topic turned into a board game that is focused on education and awareness instead of fun.

Maybe there could be Auschitz the game, where you just try to survive without being gassed or Read more

Feb 10 2020
2

This is one bad take. I saw Parasite a few months ago and it has literally nothing to do with climate change.

If I set a movie in Portland, OR, and had scenes with lots of rain, would that make it a movie about climate change?

Feb 10 2020
2

Wow, that is one hell of a stretch you’re making with that argument. Parasite is a climate movie as much as Marriage Story is a “life in the theater” movie.

Feb 10 2020
1

I lived in Seoul in 1990. It flooded back then too. My Korean wife remembers even more floods from her childhood. Given, her upbringing was more like the Kims, but still.