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  • asmallcat said: Hunkulese said: I don't smoke, but I don't really think it's a big deal. It was extremely easy to get before today, and you weren't going to get in trouble for it unless you were already a sketchy person. And I'm pretty…
  • I don't smoke, but I don't really think it's a big deal. It was extremely easy to get before today, and you weren't going to get in trouble for it unless you were already a sketchy person. And I'm pretty sure I read that the price is going to be hig…
  • I seem to remember them planning on making this a podcast movie until it came out at the same time as the sexier Bad Times.
  • I hate to ruin your day, but they were all written by people.
  • jmars99 said: House of the Devil was good. Sloooooow burn so if that’s not your thing then stay away. Retro fun. Feels 80’s but made in 2009 (with a young Greta Gerwig in a supporting role). Has A-Ron ever seen the original Halloween? It is a…
  • Dee said: I agree with Dan from Philly. Nacho was the most interesting and they just forgot about him towards the end, other than a cursory, “Oh, Nacho is rich but sad” moment, and it doesn’t seem realistic that Gus would have let Mike live A…
  • Reni said: I had no idea there was going to be a second season, it's coming out October 19. I loved the first season, but I wonder if part 2 is necessary or even if they can make it half as interesting as the first one. Based on this traile…
  • If you want something lighter, I was recently introduced to Return of the Living Dead, and it's pretty great. It nails the comedy horror mix and actually has a pretty solid script. It has some fantastic practical effects, an amazing representation o…
  • gguenot said: Hunkulese said: Frakkin T said: Hunkulese said: I'm not saying Walt wasn't awful since he is defined by his actions, but he at least in his own head, his actions were necessary.  Except they weren'…
  • Frakkin T said: Hunkulese said: I'm not saying Walt wasn't awful since he is defined by his actions, but he at least in his own head, his actions were necessary.  Except they weren't. Remember when he admitted to Skyler final…
  • Doctor_Nick said: Well, poisoning Brock was awful. And he could have just taken the Grey Matter money and swallowed his pride instead of deciding he needed to set his family up for life on the back of the Meth trade.  Hunkulese said: …
  • DoubleA_Ron said: Hunkulese said: Doctor_Nick said: They’re good at making us kinda gloss over Jimmy’s problem behavior, like they did with Walt.  That guff Jimmy fed the applicant, Esposito - clearly bunkum. Jimmy is proof of t…
  • Doctor_Nick said: They’re good at making us kinda gloss over Jimmy’s problem behavior, like they did with Walt.  That guff Jimmy fed the applicant, Esposito - clearly bunkum. Jimmy is proof of that. The copier sales people were going to give …
  • jleav382 said: This show is not normally guilty for a lack of realistic dialogue between characters, but I do find it odd that Jimmy never brings up his last conversation with Chuck to Kim. Even Odenkirk brings this up in interviews that Kim …
  • KingKobra said: Hunkulese said: Pretty lacklustre for a season finale, and they really need to stop making these extra long episodes for no real reason. Next season should be pretty enjoyable though. One thing that really irrationall…
  • Pretty lacklustre for a season finale, and they really need to stop making these extra long episodes for no real reason. Next season should be pretty enjoyable though. One thing that really irrationally bothers me is when they insert plot holes fo…
  • I just saw Venom, and it was surprisingly pretty good. I can't remember the last time my opinion was so different from the general consensus. I really think it suffered from everyone already having an expectation of what a superhero movie should be …
  • It's brutal for everyone who lost their job. I genuinely enjoyed pretty much they put out, but I think what ultimately did them in was their decision to never pivot away from the episodic release schedule. More often than not, there was a weak epis…
  • fidoz said: I'm pulling for Kaycee but I think Tyler has played the best game. I don't know how you can think Tyler has played a better game than Kaycee. Making final two deals with multiple people is usually a great way to ensure you don't…
  • Freddy said: Anyone else see The Predator yet? It's getting panned by critics and not doing too well at the box office. Damn shame. I'm still laughing days later about some of the scenes and dialog. Best way I can describe it is that its The …
  • I haven't read or listened to any discussion about the show, but after thinking through it, I'm 95% sure that the Kid was the Devil or something similar. There's really nothing to support his story about coming from an alternate timeline. Except for…
  • Since Marsden is apparently moving on to another show, I hope they just plop the Teddy brain ball into Paul.
  • MattyWeaves said: I don't feel like that was the type of show to end that way. I was under the impression we were getting some answers (not all) to what was going on. It certainly felt like it was slow burning to a head, not a sudden cut to …
  • So why did Lacy tell the Kid to ask for Henry Deaver? I think this might be hard evidence that The Kid wasn't an alternate timeline Henry Deaver. If he was, he probably spent most of his early cage time trying to convince Lacy who he was and there'…
  • telephoneofmadness said: Oculus (2013) 0/10 Really bad, waste of time. It's a horror movie about a haunted mirror that kills people. Maybe. The story follows a brother and sister who witnessed the mirror's antics as children, and have tracked…
  • Garthgou81 said: Hunkulese said: Dee said: I watched the first episode a couple of weeks ago through - uh - means, and I was surprised by how good it was. I generally can’t stand Jim Carrey, but he is showing a subtlety here tha…
  • Dee said: I watched the first episode a couple of weeks ago through - uh - means, and I was surprised by how good it was. I generally can’t stand Jim Carrey, but he is showing a subtlety here that I would not have thought him capable of. If…
  • Frakkin T said: Walnut Frey said: If you say artsy fartsy unironically, you don’t understand what makes an important film. Sure, a superhero movie can be well made and entertaining, but what weight do they really hold? When you put bot…