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This makes that minstrels cycles synching up comment from a few weeks back seem eerily prescient.
I thought it was boring. I don’t care about characters and their relationships because they look at pictures silently/roll around shouting their names, I care about characters by getting to know them and seeing them interact with each other. I’m sure this will improve as the season progresses and charismatic or even vaguely interesting characters are introduced. I thought the pilot was hugely disappointing and insultingly repetitive in light of all other zombie fare we’ve been inundated with lately, all of which is a rip of off Romero’s original trilogy anyway. Yawn..
I must plead ignorance to Paul Brittain’s solo show. Don’t get me wrong, I dug Sex Ed and all, just seemed a little T&E. If that’s the style of humor Mr. Brittain will be bringing to the table, I’m all for it.
Anyone else think that SexEd bit, while funny, bit a little too hard off of Tim and Eric? I mean sheesh. The mustache and wig and screen wipes? Good episode though. After January Jones, it takes relatively little to impress me for a host. Stone seemed to have a pulse and not be entirely miserable, so good enough for me.
Assuming this is real (since I apparently have to spend the rest of my pop culture and media consuming life reflexively considering the possibility I’m being lied to?), the only thing more pitiful than TMZ is the fact that they think anyone knows about/cares about/will get riled up by what Charlene yi is doing and the only thing more pitiful than that would be the fact that she needed to steal 16 year old Simpsons jokes to make her point for her in her rebuttal video.
I meant 45 seconds in it. It just felt like 45 minutes.
I fast forwaded through a lot of it. About a 45 minutes into “sparkling apple juice”, I knew I’d had enough. SNL has always feature stock recurring characters, but its never been so depressingly slavish to following a template when presenting them. “Pooped my skirt” girl was funny at first, just put her in some sort of a different situation for crying out loud!
Ben Stiller was created by those two grabbing each others parts.
I love the Coen’s as much as the next dour Minnesotan and am very much looking forward to this, but I could have done without that mewling T-Bone burnett music. Is Jeff Bridges contractually obligated to have him score all his films now?
I blame the internet, and the return of air hose air guitar.
I just watched The Invisible Man last weekend. She worked with James Whale, Charles Laughton and Boris Karloff among many other Hollywood legends. RIP
Only 6 and half more hours of suffocating production design and lackluster action sequences left to go.
I like it better than Die Antwoord.
Surrogates, Resident Evil Afterlife, now this show that will without a doubt be around for at the very least a decade? Kodjoe is ON FIRE!!!
Sad Keanu should be making sure his personal Dorian Gray portrait is in a secure place. Seriously, that dude is 46?
Uh……. got any gum?
In Japan he’s called annual gift man and he lives on the moon.
Can you believe we’re married to those nerds?
Is that some sort of plush novelty?
I’m Dick Tracy, take that Pruneface! I’m Pruneface take that Dick Tracy! Now I’m prune Tracy, take that Dick- No Ned!
The baby looked at you?!?
But he does deny them his essence.
I hate your mom. Have fun dancing.
I knew these were coming this morning, yet am still overjoyed!
Sort of a floundering, mediocre episode. Could have used some more focus on Sally as her storyline was the only substantial thing going on. RIP Blankenship. You managed to not outlive your usefulness. Well played Matt Weiner.
I’m vastly more interested in post Blankenship discussion than listening to some insane asshole run his mouth. That’s just me of course.
I love trailers that feel like they’re roughly 4 and half hours long and are courteous enough to give every plot point in sequential order of a movie that we’ve clearly seen a hundred or more times. Killer southie goofball moment from Bale though. I haven’t seen him crack anything remotely resembling a smile since that millisecond in the hotel room with Russell Crowe toward the end of 3:10 to Yuma.
And my desire to post for the first time in a month when free Bluray’s are on the line!