I suspect C.C. Lemon contains a high percentage of caffeine. And once again, Japan shows its obsession with high school girls.
Just for the record, you don’t jump off of buildings and live. Do not try this at home. These are paid professionals with special effects added.
Not really. If you’re a movie fan, you’ve already seen these. If you’re not, they’re so old, you weren’t going to see them anyway.
But the one spoiler that pissed me off years ago was when a New York Times film writer gave away the ending of “Thelma and Louise” several months after the movie opened with a glib line that started something like … “By now, everyone knows that Thelma and Louise …”
I was going to see “Thelma and Louise” that afternoon at a second-run theater that was a lot cheaper than the first run places. I’ve avoided Times reviews ever since.
Looks like Captain America’s fault. But why are there drinks on the edge of the pool table to begin with? (Click to enlarge. Via Charlie Layton Draws.)
What the hell!!!
Archie dies??!!! (Via Mashable):
Archie Andrews will die taking a bullet for his gay best friend.
The famous freckle-faced comic book icon is meeting his demise in Wednesday’s installment of “Life with Archie” when he intervenes in an assassination attempt on Kevin Keller, Archie Comics’ first openly gay character. Andrews’ death, which was first announced in April, will mark the conclusion of the series that focuses on grown-up renditions of Andrews and his Riverdale pals.
Wait a minute, there are gay characters in “Archie.”
This is not the Archie I remember going up with. And he dies!!!
OK, I now know my geekdom. I recognize some of these elements. And I’ll go this one better.
Transformium was just discovered a couple of weeks ago (See “Transformers: Age of Extinction.”).
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Atrios (full of snark) describes this as:
The moment we all realized white people invented rap music.
I remember it as the moment a completely forgotten band from Boston was resurrected by Run DMC.
Let’s just say Dino De Laurentiis was a jerk.
Initially, the thought is that these are car drones, but drones mean that someone is operating them remotely. These are cars that drive themselves.
Which is pretty cool. But remember, one day, Skynet is going to become self aware, and these cars will get you.
I’m confused. What does “Batman Five Superman” mean? (via USA Today).
The director can’t say exactly how the relationship between the two superheroes evolves, “but suffice it to say there is a ‘v’ in between their names” in the movie title, Snyder says. He explains that having the “v” instead of “vs.” is a way “to keep it from being a straight ‘versus’ movie, even in the most subtle way.”
Oh. OK. It’s not a roman numeral. it’s a versus abbreviation.
I’m more confused. You use “v” instead of “vs” when you’re using versus in a legal case (i.e.: Roe v. Wade). Why is Batman taking Superman to the Supreme Court? Why do the filmmakers thing I’d want to see two hours of super litigation?
I was in the mood for a loud mindless roller coaster of a movie filled with explosions, so I went to see “Transformers 4,” because Michael Bay delivers. You don’t expect a storyline that makes sense. You just know things are going to keep moving for three hours.
But the explanation above shows why this is appealing.
For a movie viewer who hates Michael Bay films, I think I’ve seen everything he does. …
Including “Pearl Harbor,” which had the absurd scene of a soldier going to Grand Central Station in New York to get on a train to go fight the war in Europe. Yes, it made no sense, and that was the point where you’re supposed to leave your seat and say, “No. I’m not stupid.”
But, you know, loud mindless roller coaster with explosions.