Why is everyone so upset about some bullshit header image on a nonsense article .... I get attention to detail but also lets tone the smug nerd act down when he actually was in a hot air balloon
I was hoping he was Kimmy Gibbler
Alright we all percieve the world differently but I always thought both those guys looked old as Bond and <b>Rodger</b> especially looked old and unathletic in his flicks and im honestly neutrel about the Elba nonsense as I think its more "hey he has an accent and why not" than anything else. They should bring Lazenby…
Meat is expensive and hard to afford on a communists non salary
Well at least that Mermaid was real
This story sounds way more interesting
Sugar packets dont usually have so many typos
Also there was that movie where DB Cooper fights Bigfoot, that also brought many things to light
Rodger Moore was like 46 when he was first bond and kept going into his 50's. Also actors back then didnt train like they do now so they looked even older than say Hugh Jackman or Tom Cruise at older ages.
Personally I feel like the goal (as far as established bands doing covers) is to color it with your band’s flavor embedded into it. So its a direct celebration of it but tinted or possibly heavily reimagined with your aesthetic, depending on whar type of band you are. Thus why punk or metal covers of non punk or metal…
Sean Connery and Rodger Moore both looked pretty gotdamn old in their runs
When all this time Idris Elba has actually been petitioning to be the lead in the inevitable Austin Powers reboot
Haha for some reason this was my first thought while reading this review too
Oh there is a literal video, I thought you were alluding to a generic creepy montage used to show the conjuring that looked like a bad Maralyn Manson video or something
I only eat at Bojangles the official restaurant of restaurants that sound like the name of a minstrel show
Well at least we know we are eating trash at Sonic, which is famous for listing “Trash” as its #1 ingredient, in both advertisements and on the dumpsters that tip directly into the fryer of each location.
So wait... is Venom Jackie Chan or Chris Tucker in this buddy cop scenario?
Im completely on board if this is also the origin of his charachter from 88 minutes.
To be fair this has been pretty status quo. A low buget guy with skills is easier to control than established director with leverage. So its a solid studio gamble to push out a focus group tested film with little pushback. And the studio looks risky by hiring an indie creative even though its just a guise to make…
To think that one of my favorite and most unsettling horror moments would come from an off screen depiction by a man on scene, is reason enough alone to recommend this great unique flick. Though ill admit it deflates a bit in the last few moments while wrapping up. Not a bad ending but it just sort of rushes and jams…