I gotta say, your takes on this week’s scenes are pretty bad: don’t care at all about Greyworm, the kidnapped, mutilated child soldier who learns his humanity, becomes a leader of his people and fights for a cause he chooses for the first time ever, and Missandei, the slave girl who is freed and chooses to serve her…
The best moment in this movie is clearly the secret birthday button that Banner pushes when he’s trying to fire the ship’s weapons.
“I MADE AN HONEST MISTAKE, OKAY?!? HOW WAS I TO KNOW THAT OCTAVIA SPENCER AND TARAJI P. HENSON WERE TWO DIFFERENT PEOPLE?”
Did you just have a stroke or something?
I had a blast with Thor Ragnarok.
This. It’s all mixed up and a lot of the arguments against are fundamentally disingenuous; that is, those people don't care one shit about artistic expression or whatever except when it comes to sexual stuff in their games.
We’re all glad for your input.
This is a good take on the whole situation.
I always hate this topic because too many of the people I tend to side with on the subject are.... not great.
Really like that they will focus on backwards compatibility. I have both Xbone and Ps4 and primarily play on the latter, but I love how many older games I can play on the former. Replay all of Dragon Age and Mass Effect recently and just started an Lost Odyssey playthrough.
It’s not hard.
1) Who? Bring receipts
No, they and other Europeans know what it is, they just create excuses.
He’s getting there. Gotta start with Sam’s dead family, onto Ned and having to run through LITERALLY everything he’s ever been told about Lyanna by him and stories of Rhaegar.
He has to re-contextualize his whole life.
It’s not even that he’s a white male. He’s so... bland.
Another white male, no option to play female.
Things that immediately stood out to me:
+ Palpatine laugh
+ Rey’s White Lightsaber
+ That hunk of Death Star
+ The blue SW Logo at the end.
I’ve watched it three times, at work, and all my coworkers are doing the same.
I honestly had connection to the story going in so the Adult Shazam family was a pleasant surprise. The actress playing Darla’s adult counterpart was brilliant. She was spot on with the precociousness of the younger Darla. Stole a chunk of the final act.