Miss Two Sense
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Jul 29
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Eh. I see a show about extremely privileged people desperately trying to be portrayed as normal, everyday folks. It doesn’t speak to me or my experiences as a parent, woman of a similar age, or just person in any way, shape, or form at ALL.

Jul 29
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Eh, season 1 was mediocre at best. I say this as a huge fan of the movie and general fangirl of these creators. But season 2 was a really big step up in quality, mostly because they realized that for sustainable long form entertainment, more conflict is a must. And I think that improvement in quality was recognized in Read more

Jul 29
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Yes, thank god she’s finally been able to overcome her background as a rich and famous teen pop star and rich and famous adult musician. Too bad she’s not getting the recognition she now deserves for overcoming those hardships in order to become a . . . rich and famous TV actress.

Come ON. The show sucks. It’s a soap Read more

Jul 29
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Eh, Astronomy Club worked for me way less than ABLSS, overall. They both had the sort of running central storyline concept, but ABLSS’s was muuuuuch stronger and well thought out with more consistent pay offs. I just found their writing overall to be stronger and more innovative as. I really laughed out loud Read more

Jul 28
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Excellent. We in Arkansas know his ass backwards and forwards. He’s a whiny little racist bootlicker, and we all hate him with a passion. (Well, “we all” being subjective, as it were. *sigh*)

Jul 28
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This is important. Hope isn’t the same thing as faith. It can’t be blind, or dumb, or wishful. It has to be backed by actions. Strength. Intelligence. Grit, like you said very nicely. I think hope is well fueled by anger also. It takes peace and gentleness to fuel faith, but it takes far stronger and meaner things to Read more

Jul 28
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I think there are a few that were actual legends. Pedro Zamora was a legend in a very real and meaningful way. You joke about Puck, but yeah. Him too. Ruthie from RW:Hawaii actually made a teenage me think about alcohol abuse in a natural, unforced way. I’d add Tom Green, who really did some legendary surreal, Read more

Jul 28
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Oh really, 99% less tweets about movies? Could that be because . . . there are no movies right now? Like, you don’t fuckin’ say. Lol.

I agree with you. There’s nothing to promote because our country is shut down still. And things are just . . . bad. Even if they had had a con, would it have felt right? Everything sucks Read more

Jul 28
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Well this is interesting, because I just watched Primer last night (first thing I’ve seen of his) and I thought it really, really sucked. I also thought it was weird he cast against physical stereotypes with himself as the bold asshole and the jock looking guy as the cautious one. I thought that was just because he Read more

Jul 28
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I literally didn’t know it was happening until I saw a news thing about Zac “Jackass” Snyder’s comments from it on AVClub yesterday.

Piss poor promotion.

Jul 28
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I’m sorry, “Songs in the Key of Springfield”, the collected songs from the peak years of The Simpsons, produced by THIS MAN, WAS The Simpsons and was also my childhood.

Some of the shows all time best episodes, indisputably, were its musical episodes. And he was the guy behind that. There would BE no 30 years to speak Read more

Jul 28
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So . . . you’re saying he should be THANKFUL he was unceremoniously fired for clear and obvious discriminatory reasons after being a vital behind the scenes contributing creative force of a legendary television show for nearly thirty years?

Have you ever made a comment here that isn’t the absolute fucking worst?

Jul 28
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The people you pick to be in Dirtbag as leads are consistently boring wastes of space. I don’t know who these people are, NO ONE with any actual taste or cultural intelligence knows nor cares who these people are.

They aren’t even on the letter-list rating scale for fucking REALITY stars, that’s how shitty Joan Dirtbag Read more

Jul 27
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Boy, I could not disagree more about the townspeople. (See my other comment.) They are literally mutated and brain damaged. The cow also: these are CLASSIC, ANCIENT, alien abduction tropes. The cow is basically an extended joke, how did you people five years ago not get this? This movie is about as subtle as a hammer Read more

Jul 27
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They are testing out their technology on human life forms just like we test OUR technology out on rats and beagles and such. (Hence the intelligence and psych testing on Nick, which was kind of patronizing.)

The test area is where they release the subjects back into their “natural habitat” if they survive the tests. Read more

Jul 27
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Yes, I’m aware how old this review is. This movie was brought up somewhere else tonight on AVClub which led me to here, but I watched it anyway.

Fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuck this lazy-ass review.

In fact, the twist is incredibly stupidly revealed within the first two minutes of this movie for literally no reason other than Read more

Jul 27
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What the fuck do you think this topic has to do with animating? Guy revealed himself to be a dumbshit about modern social politics, not technical aspects of the animation process. That can happen to any clueless jackass, in any field, anytime. (Like you, right now, for instance.)

You also tell on yourself when you Read more

Jul 27
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I’d say that irl to your face because I don’t know you and you’ve given me no particular reason to give a crap about you as a person thus far in the million years you’ve been posting here as a 100% troll.

Especially since you damn well know that wasn’t a critique but a random, baseless opinion. You may have added some Read more