They both have more money than me, so they both deserve to lose.
Yes. We all tend to crap on Barsanti a lot here (myself included), but he’s reading this correctly. It’s not much of a victory for anyone here, and in Epic’s case it’s a pyrrhic victory at best. Apple has to allow an option for 3rd-party payments alongside their own, but sideloading a full-blown independent 3rd party… Read more
I was going to say liked The Suicide Squad trailer a little more, but that’s probably just because that one was confirming my pre-existing excitement. This trailer is more impressive because I think it has moved me from “cautiously optimistic” to actually excited about a new Matrix.
All the more reason to reappropriate it.
Revolutions is much better once you realize it’s really the second half of Reloaded instead of it’s own story.
But...but...he is “Mean the Merciless”!
forget wanting the energy of a teenager, I want the energy of 57 year old Keanu Reeves, still doing stuff like this AND making more John Wick sequels. May he live to 100.
Matrix Reloaded and Matrix Revolutions shiver with glee, knowing people will finally feel obliged to watch them again for the first time in 18 years.
“I knew this day would come”, they whisper.
The Animatrix remains unconvinced. She has been let down once too many.
Plus, Omar had the healthiest relationships of anyone on the show.
Sometimes it gets hard to remember, but at the time, the gay representation in The Wire was a huge deal. It says a lot that things that were groundbreaking representation-wise even 10, 15 years ago seem archaic and quaint now.
It’s still a big deal to have a major character that is both gay and non white. There was a… Read more
Omar Little was iconic for a reason. Williams turned in such a raw, layered performance that he managed to create a man who was frightening, aggressive, sensitive, emotional, and tender. On a recent rewatch of The Wire, I was struck again by the tragedy of Omar. He was a fundamentally kind-hearted person stuck in the… Read more
I can’t be the only one who would pay good money to watch some of these films in the relative safety of my home.
This scene absolutely cracks me up. A reference to how Japanese tokusatsu superhero shows often change locations in a blink of an eye, usually to a quarry or any other wide outdoor location where the production team are permitted to plant explosives for the special effects. Nowadays CGI explosions are often used so we…
I have had my eyes intently on No More Heroes 3, Suda has had some shaky projects in the past decade (Killer is Dead, Shadows of the Damned) but I played Travis Strikes Again and it really felt like he was getting his strange and subversive mojo back working on that project.
And it has looked to me like NMH3 is a… Read more
So I take this as there’s not gonna be any weekly reviews. This site must cover about 1/10th of TV/Movies/Music that it once did. Sad times