Forget Thanos, Ultron, The Guardians of the Galaxy, Spider-Man, The Avengers, The X-Men, and every other character that outsells Deadpool every month.Deadpool is your new favorite Marvel character.
Sunday, July 28, 2013
Review: I heard some negative things before I went to go see this. The biggest complaint was that it fell apart in the last half hour. I didn't really see where it fell apart. The movie seemed pretty seamless to me. That being said I wouldn't say that it was the greatest movie. It ranks up there with possibly the first X-Men as far as X-Men movies go. It's certainly better than X3 or Origins but it's not as good as, say, X2. But all in all it's a pretty good movie.
Sunday, July 21, 2013
Came across this. Folding Ideas is a web series I check in on occasionally, they don't really update enough to make it worth looking at every week but every couple of weeks/months I check in. Last night I found this. I think it's actually quite interesting but I don't know if I agree. I think ultimately it's looking in the wrong places and finding things that don't really exist or are not intended. But it's still very interesting and worth looking at.
|No woman has ever been sexier|
Review: I'm going to start this with a quote from another reviewer:
"...in a lackadaisical sequel no one asked for except perhaps his creditors, [Bruce Willis] seems unmotivated to smile at all, much less offer a series of emotions that constitute a believable or compelling performance."
Fuck you Todd, I asked for this sequel. So if you want to blame someone for this you go ahead and blame me.
Friday, July 19, 2013
Sunday, July 14, 2013
Rating: 3 out of 5 members of a murderous, vigilante super team.
Plot Synopsis: When a new gang of supers comes into town it forces the public to question Superman’s methods while causing the Man of Steel to doubt himself.
Friday, July 12, 2013
Wednesday, July 10, 2013
Sunday, July 7, 2013
Saturday, July 6, 2013
I read this:
and think of this:
and think of this:
Read more: http://www.cracked.com/article_20107_5-ways-superman-shockingly-realistic-according-to-science.html#ixzz2YIHfgecH
I know I've mentioned this before but I'm not here to hate on stuff. When given an option I prefer to like things. I try to enter any situation with an open mind ready to have fun. Of course this mostly applies to comic/superhero related stuff. When it comes to other social situations I mostly just feel total anxiety and sheer terror.
Just one look at my tags and the numbers associated with them shows that there are 43 reviews ranked 3 and up to the 15 ranked 2 or below. Sometimes when I'm reviewing something I wonder if I should be more harsh on it. This is especially true for the movies I see in theaters because, let's face it, going to a theater pretty much guarantees a positive review (3 or above), so far. Now you can say that the recent releases are especially good but you also have to take into account that I paid $20 for the experience so you're damn sure I'm going to enjoy myself. If I'm going to go to a theater and pay that much money I'm going in with an open mind WANTING to have fun. I've paid for my ticket both literally and figuratively and I'm ready to enjoy the ride.
|That's me, Mr. Thumbs up.|