I saw Tron: Legacy during one of the worst hangovers of my life and seriously considered vomming right in the theater as revenge for said theater showing Tron: Legacy.
If there was an up-thumb, I’d click it for this.
I saw this movie on Friday night at BAM. I hadn’t experience pre-movie anticipation like that since I saw 300 in IMAX and the whole row in front of me was a fraternity. As I left the theater, I climbed over a guy who was staying to watch the credits, and he said, “Drivel.” So ends my review.
O, I kn0w what y0u mean.
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And I think this surfeit of criticism for a show that gets 1/4 of the ratings of a TBS Big Bang Theory rerun speaks to the very dark mirror it’s holding up to the relationship dynamics of this particular socioeconomic group, whether you’re within or without!
Personally, I find it very delightful, dramatically and comedically, in that order!
I will one day isolate the genome in this show’s DNA strain that causes everyone who watches it to transform into Roland Barthes. *Rushes back to laboratory*
I’m intrigued by this pants-pooping character, and would appreciate seeing more of him in this continuing series.
He’d hit you first.
When this show is inevitably cancelled, and the studio executives are asked why, and they hold up this abandoned videogum post, I’m snapchatting all of you.
My hometown is under four feet of water. Can’t even text my mom because her phone’s dead and she won’t have power for three weeks. On top of it all I’m missing my chance to hug Obama. Make Feel Better GIFs, please.
Twenty-five years of practice building blanket forts is finally paying off. NBD.
If you imagine an Obama-Biden logo fading in after every piece of media produced by Ann Coulter, Donald Trump, Santorum, Murdock, Lucifer, etc. it almost makes everything better. Then it doesn’t. So scared for when Romney wins and closes Brooklyn forever .
Did anyone notice a strange resemblance between the middle school presidential candidate who spoke before Max and the character of Sydney? Is Sydney a Looper? Vending machines.
I’d rather get it with Whoopi.
I read the Dance Goings on About Town just to chase the Borowitz Report from my brain palate.
What’s the over-under on JG-L ending up in a Robin costume by the end of the movie?
WHAT A PIG!
Good luck finding any midi-chlorians up that shnozola!
May the BOOGERS be with you.
Also, gif of Alison Brie v. Robot, please.
Was I the only one confronted with the sense, last night, with our two hour giggle fest finally restored, that all four of these shows are past their prime? That the shows seem aware of it, too? Isn’t kind of like 30 Rock and Community have become aware of the unavoidable stasis of their sociopathic, joke-as-despot approach to the sitcom, and are trying suddenly to make us care about their adorable collections of ciphers? Or, or, that the emotional components of Parks & Rec and The Office feel staid and flat, and those behind the scenes puppet masters are overcompensating with the emo, and it’s undercutting the existing levels of emo/humor (See Tom and Andy’s ex-girlfriend’s relationship)? Am I alone here?
At least Apocalypto still holds up.
I really couldn’t relate either. I’m not an asshole, so my parents still totally bankroll my groovy lifestyle.