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[quote]If you want to experiment and go with a “something for everyone” approach then let them be their own things.[/quote] They can't sustain this, though, because they can't help themselves and spend $200m to $300m on everything. Not just Marvel, but company wide - they cannot produce, promote...
I guess this fits the narrative. Instead of making better movies, they're going with better labels. :boldstrategycotton:...
[quote]Just doesn't seem very feverish for the beaver.[/quote] Maybe since he picked that name, he took some Beaver Tylenol? :dunno:...
[quote]I continue to maintain his retirement was a major turning point in American culture.[/quote] To put it in perspective - he became the U.S. cultural nexus beginning during the JFK administration when WWII vets were still relatively young (many still in their 30s) and maintained that until a...
[quote]a strong supporter of the Second Amendment. But[/quote] Yep. Kiss of death....
[quote]The reality of law school is most kids are being taught by hard left ivory tower washouts from the legal profession who give grades to students based on telling the professor what they want to hear [/quote] My Con Law professor would call on me by asking, "And what would Justice Scalia say...
[quote]Name does not check out.[/quote] Member since 2008 ...
It's close for me between Buddy Holly, Otis Redding and SRV. (ETA: I see my opinion does change over time...) ...
[quote]That is a theme of a bunch of his movies, though.[/quote] BB if you can't buy that this is a trilogy based on the protagonist being a boy, a man, an old man, then I don't know what else to tell you. We were talking about them as a trilogy when Munchausen came out. Gilliam has used the wo...
[quote]What core theme is shared between them?[/quote] Time Bandits is the imagination (running wild if you will) of a boy, Brazil is the imagination of an adult man and Munchausen is the imagination of an old man. All these imagination escapades are to escape the uncomfortable daily reality eac...
[quote]I don’t think any of you are watching the video because I think y’all would have something to say about it.[/quote] If you're talking about his (ETA: Cornell's) comments about "Pretty Noose", why don't you say something about it, my guy?...

re: Lyrics that have become dated

Posted by Ace Midnight on 5/22/24 at 1:07 pm
Maybe not dated, [i]per se[/i], but I feel that [i]Whole Lotta Love[/i] (Zeppelin) would require a "Whole Lotta Consent Forms" today. You need cooling Baby, I'm not fooling I'm gonna send you back to schooling Way down inside Honey, you need it I'm gonna give you my love I'm gonna give you ...

re: This may be my favorite LSU gif

Posted by Ace Midnight on 5/22/24 at 12:57 pm
[quote]Jared telling the kentucky pitcher to go frick himself[/quote] I don't think so. I'm not a professional lip reader, but my best guess is, "frick you, pussy. frick you."...
Holly Hunter is a fine actress, but way too old for such a role. Yes, heading up the Academy can be a late career posting, but she's 66. To put that into perspective, Shatner was in his early 60s filming Generations, approximately the same age as Patrick Stewart was filming Nemesis. To put it a...
My 2 cars average about 12.5 years now. ...

re: Sci-Fi baws: How is Babylon 5?

Posted by Ace Midnight on 5/20/24 at 8:52 pm
[quote]Is it basically just deep space 9 all over again?[/quote] No. It was pitched as a Star Trek series, originally. There are hard feelings (good chance Paramount ripped B5's creator off). It is its own thing. It is excellent science fiction....

re: GMT

Posted by Ace Midnight on 5/20/24 at 4:08 am
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