normchomsky1
Norm Chomsky
normchomsky1
Jan 21
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He’s by far the actor who relished being Bond the most. That alone made him the most fan-friendly compared to the others 

Jan 21
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S2E7 if you want to cry. They did a touching version of Time in a Bottle with an old scientist

Jan 14
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They really shouldn’t, the attention should be more on all the others who didn’t vote to impeach

Jan 14
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He became grass, he said so himself. Of course the hyenas probably ate and crapped him out first. Then again the lions might do something with their kings. 

Jan 14
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It felt very much like the end of 90's campiness with this film: the celebrity of the day, the power rangers lines, the pettiness. 

Jan 14
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Yeah, the scene wasn’t too bad in the context of how everyone reacts to him. The only exception was the night club, and how he finally realizes what he’s done by accidentally hitting Mary Jane. It just felt like a weird transition, that and the butler knowing all along that Peter didn’t kill Harry’s dad. And the Read more

Jan 14
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Spider-Verse was so good, I never expected to even watch it much less enjoy it, but then I saw it with some parents and a kid and I loved it as much as they did 

Jan 14
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I’m with you on being firmly against Yoda using a lightsaber. The audience couldn’t stop laughing in my experience. His battle with Palpatine was much better, it felt more even, by all rights Yoda should’ve mopped the floor with Dooku. It also quickly goes to a force-battle with Palpatine throwing the Senate at Yoda. Read more

Jan 14
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Honestly my Clones experience was different, everyone was laughing at the Yoda scene, especially when he does a Matrix karate stance. 

Jan 14
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That was one of the best first watches of a film, the reveal was a bit stupid, but in the theaters it didn’t matter 

Jan 14
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Same here, I think I saw almost everything between 2000-2002, it was just a thing I did in high school with friends, an easy place for my parents to drop me off. So many bad teen comedies and Adam Sandler films! 

Jan 14
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Spider-Man 2 shines in ways the MCU rarely does, by showing him saving people and having consequential villains. MCU does do this at times, but the villains are just so personal in Spider-Man. Peter has to pay a price for “killing” Green Goblin, and actually interacts with the people he saves. He sacrifices his own Read more

Jan 14
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Also the last thing he says to Ben is “stop trying to be my father”- then a callback to the end when he tells Norman “I had a father, his name was Ben Parker” - just perfect comic-movie writing. I also remember being legitimately shocked when Peter turns MJ down. Great set-up for the second one, but at the time we had Read more

Jan 14
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Agreed, the Raimi films felt so much like a comic come to life, and I loved that Peter directly had a hand in his uncle’s death. And when he tells Aunt May she’s unable to speak to him at first. I think the third one detracted from this a bit by retconning the killer to be Sandman, who knows if he would’ve killed Ben Read more

Jan 12
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As messed up as it is, I don’t see this truly affecting Senate polls THAT much, nothing else seems to.  

Jan 5
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I can kind of empathize with Meghan, if you live in a sheltered Republican upbringing you just don’t get taught those values. I shudder to think of how many unfortunate situations in the normal suburbs are met with a “shoulda woulda coulda” apathy from most people unless the person is in their neighborhood. Or just a Read more

Jan 5
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I thought she was 23 despite her being around forever. She just sounds perpetually like a naive child 

Jan 5
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I see more liberals want to punish everyone in red states, including those who are the most vulnerable 

Jan 5
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I felt she was meant to be that way so it worked for me, as opposed to a few other Bond girls who he gets with despite them being awful