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Brad Pitt and Sad Pitt.

You shaqed the code.

These aren’t handcuffs – these are Shackles.

 +1Posted on Jun 5th, 2012 | re: Game Of Thrones Season 2 Finale Open Thread (148 comments)

If they didn’t die onscreen, they didn’t die. (TV writing 101)

 +36Posted on May 18th, 2012 | re: Thursday Night TV Open Thread: Finales! (64 comments)

While I don’t think the videogame episode was one of the strongest, I was laughing almost throughout. The whole scene in the blacksmith’s shop had me in stitches (that’s still a thing that happens when you laugh a lot, right?)

‘I am the blacksmith’s wif – AHHHHH!’

 +11Posted on Apr 23rd, 2012 | re: Game Of Thrones Open Thread (111 comments)

What I find most interesting about Joffrey is that he enjoys giving pain indirectly. He orders others to be the ones actually carrying it out. I think the only time he actually did anything himself was to that Butcher’s Boy in season 1 (cutting him on the cheek or w/e)

 +13Posted on Apr 23rd, 2012 | re: Game Of Thrones Open Thread (111 comments)

Guys I figured out the mystery! Game of Thrones is really just a giant LOST flashback! Now we finally got an origin story for the smoke monster. The glowy cave was just a red herring!

 +3Posted on Mar 26th, 2012 | re: The Videogum Movie Club: The Hunger Games Open Thread (96 comments)

A- But they didn’t make it clear that (according to the source material) Katniss was using Peeta. I thought she was genuinely falling for him.

B- All villains do it but it’s such a worn out trope that it’s silly to see ever since it was explicitly satired in The Incredibles. She would have killed Katniss multiple times already if she hadn’t dodged/blocked the attack, and then she gets in a position where she could easily slit her throat and she stops to mock her. I just didn’t buy it, especially after the admittedly brilliant scene when the games started and tons of kids got killed quickly and easily.

C- I mean, I kind of got that but it just seemed artificial, like it wasn’t done with a clear intention in mind but more of a ‘this world is so much more different than ours! Look at the crazy colors!’ But that’s less of a legitimate complaint and more a confusion/nitpick on my part.

D- I get the rebellion backstory, I just don’t buy it would happen. In fact the scene of District 11 rioting was something I would have liked to see more of, and the effect the Games have on the poorer districts. It was hinted at but never really fully realized.

Again I found the concept really intriguing and the execution really poor.

 +3Posted on Mar 26th, 2012 | re: The Videogum Movie Club: The Hunger Games Open Thread (96 comments)

I expected that to happen, and I don’t really mind, I care more about the discussion than the arbitrary internet points.

That said, I’d love to hear some rebuttals from those that disagree rather than just hiding behind the ol’ downvote button!

 +9Posted on Mar 26th, 2012 | re: The Videogum Movie Club: The Hunger Games Open Thread (96 comments)

Yeah I read stuff about the book after seeing the film to try and understand it better, and it just made me angry that some of the more interesting aspects of the story (Katniss playing up her relationship with Peeta to get sponsors, her relationship with Rue, etc) were lessened in the film. I know there’s a whole discussion about adapting novels that could happen here, but all I know is the film was weak. Perhaps fans of the book still enjoyed it, but as a film it’s not very good.

 +6Posted on Mar 26th, 2012 | re: The Videogum Movie Club: The Hunger Games Open Thread (96 comments)

I didn’t like this movie, guys. Disclaimer I haven’t read the books and saw it on a whim because it clearly is going to be culturally relevant.

I like the premise. I think the fact that it is LITERALLY filled with Deus Ex Machina’s hurt it a lot though. Like, I want to see the moral ramifications of these kids having to kill each other or die. Instead, the people running the game throw in fire and CG wolves to ‘spice up’ the games.

Katniss was the only character I gave a shit about, and she was (mostly) given an out when it comes to having to kill anyone, which is where the premise would have been the most interesting.

Overall there were so many cheesy lines and moments. The Katniss/Peeta (which I thought his name was Peter the whole movie and people were just saying it weird) relationship was confusing. Like, did she actually like him or was she trying to get sponsors by playing it up? When knife girl (TM) tried to stab her face multiple times why did she stop and monologue when she had the knife to her throat and could easily murder her? Why was this dystopian future filled with green/blue/pink hair? What the fuck does having these Hunger Games have to do with stopping another rebellion from happening? (The whole back story for why the games happen was really stupid)

In conclusion a very interesting premise done poorly.

 +11Posted on Dec 9th, 2011 | re: This Week In Movie Trailers, You Guys (25 comments)

Okay so Cabin in the Woods looks like it will actually be really unique. The first part of the trailer made me think otherwise.

 +2Posted on Nov 17th, 2011 | re: Ricky Gervais Proves There Is No God By Returning As Golden Globes Host (65 comments)

While I get what you’re saying about ‘fuck you money,’ I would agree more if he was JUST doing things like making fun of celebrities on awards shows. But he IS doing the projects he wants to do as well. Life’s Too Short, Cemetery Junction, working with Larry David (a hero of his) on his show, etc.

 +5Posted on Nov 14th, 2011 | re: How Matthew Weiner Plans To End Mad Men (30 comments)

The real Don Draper will NOT appear in the final episode and have fake-Don go back to being Armin Tamzarian.

 +5Posted on Nov 14th, 2011 | re: The Walking Dead S02E05: Ever Done In It A Hayloft? (120 comments)

Andrea shooting Dale was the stupidest thing on this stupid show. It may have been interesting if a) dudes didn’t go running to him first and stand there talking to him, and b) they actually had the balls to kill off Daryl. Which, I would have also hated but only because Daryl is a good and interesting character in a sea of bland idiots.

But really that whole thing served NO purpose except Andrea continuing to be useless and annoying.

 +11Posted on Nov 11th, 2011 | re: Monsters' Ball: The Week's Best Comments (66 comments)

“a few people responded that it was so great and I was like, “Why’s it so great?” I got it in about four seconds”

My jokes often have that effect.

Thanks everyone! Long time lurker and I decided to start posting recently. So far I have a caption contest win and a top five comment! I must be doing something right. I like you guys.

 +2Posted on Nov 11th, 2011 | re: Thursday Night TV Open Thread (88 comments)

Andy for best character on TV ever.

 +5Posted on Nov 11th, 2011 | re: Thursday Night TV Open Thread (88 comments)

This was the worst. Dwight would not touch Jim’s penis no matter how much he wanted to win the bet. And Jim wouldn’t just let it happen like that. You’re getting sloppy The Office.

 +6Posted on Nov 11th, 2011 | re: Thursday Night TV Open Thread (88 comments)

Also I called him ‘Jeffrey’ instead of ‘Jeff’ because I was thinking of the Dean saying it.

 +5Posted on Nov 11th, 2011 | re: Thursday Night TV Open Thread (88 comments)

Community was pretty great. I like that they don’t over-do the dean’s attraction to Jeffrey. I was worried it would go too far when I saw where it was going, but then Kiss From A Rose happened and my god I love this show.

“Now let’s do a silly one! …Where we touch tongues.”

 +2Posted on Nov 9th, 2011 | re: Here Are Some Afternoon Links! (17 comments)

re: haircut

Does anyone else think Rage Comics are the worst?

 +5Posted on Nov 9th, 2011 | re: BREAKING FART NEWS: George Clooney Thinks Farts Are Funny! (35 comments)

The Men Who Stare at

Apparently the perfume is a hit in South Dakota.

 +21Posted on Nov 7th, 2011 | re: The Walking Dead S02E04: This SHOW Is A Discrete Feminine Product (What?) (118 comments)

The zombie in the well plot was the WORST and least sensible thing I’ve seen on this show and that’s saying a lot.

‘We have 5 wells, but let’s risk Glen’s life to (maybe) save ONE of them.’

Great fake tension, walking dead.