Sonia Halbach
soniahalbach
3/7/14
12:30 PM
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Yeah, when he did the frame-by-frame sequence of the men shaking hands in the office, I was expecting to see some ghostly image in the window or something....not a paper holder boner...

3/7/14
12:19 PM
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I got freaked out any time they slowed down the film footage! Watching The Shining in slow motion is actually more terrifying than the movie itself.

3/7/14
12:17 PM
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I always felt Jack Nicholson was incorrectly cast. He already comes off crazy from the get-go, so his full march into insanity wasn't so shocking. And apparently, Stephen King felt similarly, which was just one of King's many issues with Kubrick's film adaptation.

2/28/14
1:15 PM
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Why do you hate nature so much, Price? What have trees ever done to you?

2/28/14
12:25 PM
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Because we're still waiting for Fez II! C'mon Phil Fish. We believe in you!

2/28/14
12:21 PM
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Yeah, that brings up a good point. What actually defines an "indie game"? Is it anything not made by one of the larger developer companies like EA?

2/28/14
12:03 PM
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Happy Friday, gamers! Today we’re talking about the indie hits, Super Meat Boy, Fez and Braid, featured in the documentary Indie Games. Who’s played them? Who likes them? And who thinks indie game creators need a support group? Xbox should get on that.

2/28/14
12:02 PM
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“Every time history repeats itself, the price goes up.” Not the most uplifting mantra to hear on a Friday, but in a world of exploding populations and finite resources, there’s no time for optimism (unless you’re George W. Bush). So what did everyone think of Surviving Progress? Bonus points if you've read Wright’s Read more

2/21/14
6:14 PM
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You guyz...you don't have to fight over me.

I'll keep it simple. Anything you liked in the post, I wrote. Anything you didn't like was my editor's doing.

2/21/14
2:35 PM
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Oh, wow! Thanks for sharing. So did the crowd not realize how serious it was at the time?

2/21/14
2:04 PM
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Dammit, whitecollar! I was not making a judgement. Just thought it was something worth exploring. What I've read is that Marlboro still sponsors Ferrari, but they can't use their brand logo, having to resort to cars painted red, white and black. So I must ask, what is Marlboro getting out of this relationship? Read more

2/21/14
1:15 PM
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I like to think of it as a bullet point sandwich. The top discussion and the bottom discussion (us!) are what keeps it from being open face.

2/21/14
1:07 PM
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Let the record show that some of my closest friends are car people.

2/21/14
12:53 PM
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Better question...why did I choose that word?! #liferegrets

Rumtum and I are getting pretty philosophical about it in the comments above, if you want to join.

2/21/14
12:26 PM
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Interesting.

How did you come to this conclusion? And why do you feel this way?

*This response is brought to you by Netflix.

2/21/14
12:24 PM
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I meant as in it's "certain to occur". Viewers going into the film already know it's not going to end well for Senna. Read more

2/21/14
12:20 PM
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Apparently, Alain Prost was pretty miffed how their relationship was portrayed in the film, especially since he and Senna made amends long before his fatal crash.