No, I’m not, and I’m not even sure what you mean by that. You claimed that neuroatypical people are never cast in neurotypical roles. I listed a fair number of neuroatypical actors who were mostly cast in neurotypical roles (or at least roles where the character in question was never explicitly stated to be on the… Read more
I don’t think there is anything particularly wrong with hitting a Disney exec, though I don’t recommend doing it in the same way you’d hit a Warner exec. An openhanded slap is justified, if all other alternatives fail and there has been plenty of warning. If the exec is a bitch, or hysterical, or bloody minded… Read more
I wholeheartedly agree (while peeking out sheepishly from behind a curtain).
Yeah I’ve been wondering whether or not Vought has a contingency plan in case Homelander goes rogue, and now I’m realizing it’s probably just Stormfront. She shows up and joins The 7 as Homelander becomes more unstable, and begins with trying to control him emotionally, while showing that she’s not worried about him… Read more
I’ll never forget when Heather casually stated that Dishonored “lacked character” in her review of it’s sequel. I was shocked, not just because I disagreed, but because she treated its lack of character as a given, despite almost unanimous critical praise for the game’s setting and tone. Read more
I don’t think the casino sequence was pure folly. Finn ditched the First Order because he was uncomfortable with murdering innocents, but had yet to be confronted with the broader damage done by the First Order. And the broom kid—he was inspired by Rose and Finn. It also sets up what Rose does for Finn in the climax. Read more
We do understand why they’re upset, which is exactly why we’re making fun of them.