You mean, since last week?
We debated this. Ultimately, there were two staffers, who shall remain nameless, that maintain the Showgirls sex scene is “intentionally and artfully bad” and therefore actually good.
Because Return Of Bruno fucking KICKS.
You should be out of the grays now.
Was there a Central Park 5 TV movie or miniseries? I’m only aware of the Ken Burns documentary.
The premise of this Inventory is true-life TV movies/miniseries that haven’t yet been revamped as modern TV drama series. The David Koresh story has already been retold as Waco—a show that’s currently on the air, with Taylor Kitsch as Koresh. So whatever anyone’s feelings about Tim Daly in his shitty Jim Morrison wig,…
I’m not sure how many novels he’s meant to have produced in total, but she does say it was “only the last couple” that she helped on (“and my input was mostly... editorial”). But yeah, I don’t think we’re meant to assume that none of it was ever actually his.
The David Koresh prestige drama already exists:
Hear This is (for now, at least) replaced by What Are You Listening To This Week?, but we are going to bring back Watch This on a more regular basis.
Link should be fixed now. Thanks for pointing that out.
Sure, but the song itself first appeared in 1982, so—by our strict standards—it wasn’t eligible for consideration. It will be whenever we do ’82.
“Rip It Up” was released in 1982.
We could have just made the whole list Echo And The Bunnymen songs, I guess.
If it’s any consolation, XTC has a damn good shot at the 1979 list.
How on earth is this “missing the point”?
You’re right. Actually, the day I saw Rogue One in the theaters, right before the lights went down I got the push notification that Carrie Fisher had died; there were audible ripples in the crowd about it, and a low, collective groan when that scene hit.
No, I had a feeling.