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Comment on LEGO Minifigures Character Encyclopedia Review by Gp

Thu, 12 Apr 2018 16:07:00 +0000

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Comment on Why TMNT 2003 is the Jan Brady of TMNT Cartoons by Jay Nicolosi

Wed, 01 Nov 2017 12:23:00 +0000

My friend would def agree with you. BTAS, TMNT2003, ATLA are like the crowning achievements of western animation to him. While I myself am not a huge BTAS fan (give me JLU any day if we’re talking Timm), I def agree on the other two.

Comment on Why TMNT 2003 is the Jan Brady of TMNT Cartoons by Jay Nicolosi

Wed, 01 Nov 2017 12:21:00 +0000

I guess he doesn’t like his shows to feature character development...

Comment on Why TMNT 2003 is the Jan Brady of TMNT Cartoons by Jay Nicolosi

Wed, 01 Nov 2017 12:20:00 +0000

Yeah I stopped reading at “I don’t think the show was all that good in the first place.” The 87 show is f***ing unwatchable past the first season (of 5 episodes) unless you’re like 6 years old. And Next Mutation was never watchable. The 12 show was veeeeerrrrrrry hit or miss until the end of S3 when it really hit its stride and never stopped. Really solid last 2 seasons. On the other hand, 03 doesn’t even begin to show any cracks until after season 5. And even then, if you’re a big enough fan of that show (like myself), the last 2 seasons are still fun. Not quite as good, for sure, but def fun. No, when it comes to Turtles, there are only three perfect representations: Mirage Comics (no Archie or Image crap), 1990 film (glorious), and 2003 show (at least the first 5 seasons and the Turtles Forever Über-Finale). These are facts, dude. I’m out. ??✌???

Comment on Mars Needs Podcasts #368- A Potted Plant?!? by Will B

Wed, 18 Oct 2017 23:49:00 +0000

Another very good episode! Some stuff with the finer points on power dynamics in relationships especially with the office of the Presidency I'd maybe disagree on, but for the most part I get where you were coming from, and I mean I'm not exactly the person to be commenting on that kinda stuff anyway. I'm glad the conversation is being had and stuff and I hope it leads to more change and less men thinking it's okay to do that gross stuff! I'd also like to add on to the Jason appreciation, it is a good time for podcasting! Some really funny stuff this episode. Oh, and since Guy Ritchie films were brought up, I do have fond memories of Man from Uncle but that's 'cause I saw it with my cousin and a friend in Canada, but have you seen Revolver? I think that's what it's called anyway, it's not a -great- film but it does probably have the most substance of any of his films, since it features a bit with Jason Statham on top of a skyscraper trying to come to terms with his relationship with his own mind, and is pretty heavily about Ritchie's approach to philosophy at the time. Then there's also a weird bit where it goes into computer cartoon graphics or something because something something Tarantino but I do remember there being something there. Anyway, yeah, hope all okay! Oh, I also just finished listening to the last bit, and I think that the Punisher, well, the Netflix Punisher anyway, I feel like they'd -enjoy- the Metallica song? But he probably listens to some kind of weird fast instrumental electronic type music to keep feeling distant but all psyched up, right? This is my way too overanalysing late night brain. Like if he was going to listen to Metallica it'd be that album with Lou Reed. But, anyway, yeah, very enjoyable episode, I've been liking this whole run lately!

Comment on Mars Needs Podcasts #365- Tainted Love by Will B

Tue, 10 Oct 2017 16:04:00 +0000

Very much enjoyed listening to this episode while making dinner yesterday! (And re-discovering that I don't like courgettes) the stuff about characters being the voice through which your subconscious tells you that stuff isn't necessarily working is something that I'd even apply to the mentioned Jurassic World movie (which I really didn't like) -- the whole premise of the film is about why the film is unnecessary, a "bigger, badder" version of something that doesn't need to exist. When you have the stand-in for "the movie" (it opens up on the Indominus Rex hatching, linking it with the start of the film) being a soulless force of destruction that wrecks the park and causes them to ultimately undo the entire set-up of the film, it's maybe a hint that the film isn't adding or doing anything? But, that's before all the weird objectification and troubling depictions of women, but, yeah. I -do- disagree with the second film being bad! But, that's maybe because it's the one I got to see in the cinema, as I was just too young to see the first one theatrically (I watched it on VHS).

Comment on The Drive-In of DOOM! – The Amazing Spider-Man by JJ

Fri, 04 Aug 2017 16:11:00 +0000

Thank you. It feels like a mark of the character being street level. The hero for the common man. Unlike say, Daredevil, who is street level but scary.

Comment on Why TMNT 2003 is the Jan Brady of TMNT Cartoons by timgorden11

Thu, 03 Aug 2017 05:11:00 +0000

This whole thing is basically just an 87 fan whining that 2K3 isn't like that series. Seriously "the stories weren't stand alone enough" and "the theme song didn't explain the series well enough" are just really pathetic "criticisms".

Comment on The Drive-In of DOOM! – The Amazing Spider-Man by Sharp-O

Wed, 26 Jul 2017 20:26:00 +0000

I'm with JJ - despite how trite it is, I always love the moments in Spider-Man movies when New York rallies behind their friendly neighbourhood web-slinger. He's their champion, their plucky underdog, their boy and I will always mark out for those moments.

Comment on The Drive-In of DOOM! – Guardians of The Galaxy by Aaron Fever

Wed, 03 May 2017 15:00:00 +0000

I like your thinking, Sharp-O. That makes sense.