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Vajayjay Leno
therealvajayjayleno
1/26/21 3:48PM
8

I’m tickled that this is the second sinister “Dottie” Marvel tv has given us.

1/15/21 7:37PM
34

We have gone a full year without any additions to the MCU.  I will take all the WandaVision I can get.

12/27/20 12:34PM
3

Harry and Hermoine lure her out into the forbidden forest where she was then captured by centaurs.. Centaurs that according to myths love raping women. Hermione also makes a quip about knowing whats going to happen to her (forget the exact words). She then comes back with her hair disheveled with twigs and leaves in Read more

11/30/20 5:55PM
17

That’s not remotely what the review was implying, you knee-jerk reactionary twit. 

11/23/20 12:40PM
9

Having revisited Lost, I can say the sixth season oddly works better in rewatch, because you aren’t focused on trying to figure out the trick it isn’t trying to do. So instead you see how the character stuff is working, especially in the flash-sideways bits, which were bizarrely, intentionally confusing first time Read more

11/23/20 12:31PM
15

On a narrative level, the finale of Lost is kind of incoherent. But at least the show still works on a character level. That absolutely isn’t true of Game of Thrones or Dexter

11/13/20 4:38AM
61

A year ago I would’ve agreed with you. After THE RISE OF SKYWALKER... err... well, at least THE PHANTOM MENACE has some things individually I can point to and go “yknow that idea was sort of interesting”.

9/21/20 5:18PM
52

AV Club’s position is that too many people are going to the movies from a health perspective and not enough are going to justify Warner Brothers finacial strategy. There’s no reason those two things are incompatible.

8/03/20 5:01PM
6

I’m excited for Lower Decks for no other reason that fighting all the Star Trek gatekeeping purists who will claim it’s “Not Star Trek”.
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11/07/19 2:37PM
21

Reboots are getting killed by the urge to turn everything into a cinematic universe. That’s why we have “deboots” like Dark Fate and Halloween, which eliminate unloved sequels in an effort to reconnect the newer movies with the classics — and create a foundation for newer sequels that theoretically are closer to the Read more

10/08/19 5:59PM
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I really don't get what you are trying to say beyond being really proud of not knowing about the community around you. 

8/14/19 9:59AM
3

Because no one ever makes fun of superhero shows, ironic slacker humor dramadies, and over-sexualized serial murder mysteries?

8/09/19 12:48PM
12

i applaud you for you jaded cynicism, but maybe they’re conscious that this is great press for them, or like, are just more-decent-than-average folks.

8/09/19 12:47PM
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I absolutely believe it’s worth that much, and that they can flip it for more. It’s not a copy of Zelda from 1986 or whatever. It’s from the 1990 Nintendo World Championship.  That’s absolutely not something you’ll be grabbing at a yard sale for a quarter.  

7/16/19 10:00AM
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The strange thing is that The Jungle Book remake had ample personality with the animals. Bill Murray was faintly recognizable through the bear. Christopher Walken sure as hell had personality as the giant monkey. Aside from Timon and Pumba, none of the lions or animals looks like they have anything aside from weird Read more