Pendemon
pendemon
1/23/20
10:42 PM
12

Hard pass. One of the great things about comics getting adaptations is that we’ve had so many that have managed to improve upon the mistakes of the originals. The Boys adaptation is one of those - a different animal from the source comics, which essentially became the puerile edgelord fantasy that some of Ennis’s Read more

1/9/20
2:34 PM
3

Bright was basically Alien Nation with magical creatures instead of aliens. On that basis, it should have been good or at least fun. It turned out to be more of a slog. Watching a movie shouldn’t feel like it’s testing your patience.

1/9/20
9:41 AM
1

I preferred All the Birds. I thought City was a little unfocused. Like she had a lot of great ideas and couldn’t find a way to develop them all and get them to really work together. I thought City was good, but I thought there was a really great book hidden in there somewhere.. Birds was simpler, but more complete Read more

1/8/20
9:27 AM
5

I bet Will Poulter feels like the guy who played young Ned Stark just totally stabbed him in the back. 

12/18/19
1:22 AM
1

Never forget that Luke’s nickname among his Anchorhead friends was “Wormie.”

12/7/19
1:04 AM
9

I really enjoyed the first season... so much so that I picked up the graphic novels to find out where the story goes... but holy shit... the original comic version is exponentially more adolescent... I didn’t get very far...

12/4/19
2:12 PM
1

Same. This trailer made me want to see Harbour as Vas SO bad, but now that he’s done this role, it’ll never happen. Sad!

11/27/19
2:19 PM
4

I don’t recall being all that frustrated with it, it is one of my favorite books. I have been frustrated with that same thing in her more recent books. The main thing I remember about Doomsday Book is that I read it pretty much all in one go (or at least the last half/three quarters of it) on a transatlantic flight. I Read more

11/14/19
11:20 AM
7

I think the quasi-religiosity of his own creation always bothered Lucas. If there was no definitive, scientific reason why some people were more Force-sensitive than others, then it almost become a religious allegory, and I feel like that was always an issue in George’s mind. The Force, light and dark, are real Read more

11/11/19
5:19 PM
1

He is really, really good at being aware of these things and adjusting for updated expectations and/or cultural norms. And he’s a damn bit progressive as well. Course would kinda half to be, married to Amanda Palmer. 

11/5/19
11:31 PM
11

That’s categorically false.  I’d love a series dedicated to the sisterhood.

11/1/19
6:21 AM
1

Everybody said that to him once, I feel - me included :). The US Pratchett covers are atrocious. I’ve bought one once because it was a Euro cheaper than the UK cover version. Not worth it.

10/31/19
1:52 PM
1

You aren't the first to say so. I post the cover they sell me and I read the ebook anyway so it doesn't really matter.

10/21/19
8:04 PM
1

I don’t hate Leto. I don’t know the man, and while he seems a little bonkers in his method acting so do pretty much all method actors. He has been good in a few movies, perhaps great in Dallas Buyer’s Club. Read more

10/21/19
10:06 AM
20

If Bloodshot isn’t going to be all white with a horrible haircut then what’s the point?