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  1. Tom Hardy as Venom would be awesome if everything else about that whole thing wasn't a total frickin mess.
  2. An argument could be made for the Tigers being the top team in Detroit.
  3. There are plenty of reasons for me to stop being a fan of Washington, and relocation isn't one of them. If I were to give up on them, the Packers would be my team because that's my dad's team. Either way, I'm not nearly as invested as a fan as I used to be.
  4. I've been holding off on buying any Nintendo system until they come out with another proper Metroid. So, possibly never.
  5. Helmet: A I love it. The silver facemask looks great, the stripe looks great, and the blue outline on the logo actually works with the stripe. If only they dropped the white from the logo, or added white to the stripe to make it consistent. Home and Away Jerseys: C So close yet so far. Sleeve wordmark, mismatched WCF, and thin italic numbers all tarnish it, but it's not completely terrible. Home Pants: A+ No pants wordmark! The striping looks great. Away Pants: B- Pairing them with blue socks ruins otherwise great pants. Color Rush: F Nice look for a high school, terrible look for a professional team. Throwback: A+ No explanation needed.
  6. Is he physically unable to smile or something? Jesus, that cold, dead look on his face.
  7. I've never been a fan of logos on top of sleeve stripes, and this is no exception, but I can deal with it. If they put the "Detroit" wordmark inside the pants stripe though, I'm getting out the pitchfork. And I have a bad feeling that the pitchfork will getting used.
  8. Tell your coworkers you're a grown ass man, and it's none of their damn business who you date. If you like her, that's all that matters.
  9. I don't think it's been confirmed, but she looked way too similar for it to be a coincidence.
  10. Just saw it, and it's pretty great. It's still very Power Rangery and fun, just way more polished and grown up. So many nods to the show that everyone in the theater loved. The real test is if general audiences will appreciate it as much, but I think they will. The biggest surprise for me: A nitpick about the Megazord:
  11. Sixth Sense is good, I just prefer Unbreakable. The Village is OK. I think it got a bit of a bad rap because it was disappointing compared to the previous films. Signs is good until you think about just how dumb it is that the aliens were invading a planet that is covered in a substance that is lethal to them, and they were walking around completely naked. I don't even remember anything about Devil, but I know I I didn't hate it. I've never made it through AfterEarth, and I didn't care for The Happening. It's probably for the best you haven't seen Lady in the Water and The Last Airbender. Maybe you'd enjoy Lady in the Water, but Airbender is just terrible. It manages to be insulting and alienating to both general audiences and fans of the show.
  12. I've yet to see Split, but I think Unbreakable is Shyamalan's best movie.
  13. Of course he is. I think he lives in Saban's basement.
  14. Pretty much my thoughts. The design would be an upgade, but the gradients ruin it, especially that random diagonal one. At least the ones on the stylized A make sense.
  15. Like with most people, MMPR is where it started for me. Zach is the best ranger ever, and Tommy can go :censored: himself. I actually liked Adam too, but he didn't get to shine until Zeo. I really liked Zeo. Maybe because it was something new after that goofy and tired 3rd season, but I still have a soft spot for it. Story wise, I'll never understand why they put the Zeo powers in storage for those :censored:ty turbo ones. God Turbo sucked. It really killed my enthusiasm for the Power Rangers. I kinda watched In Space, but Turbo had soured me too much, and I had drifted away by Lost Galaxy (which is a shame, looking back at it. The death of a ranger, and a redeemed villain from the previous season as the replacement? That's pretty cool.) I've tried to watch at least one episode of every season, mostly for nostalgia's sake, and I watched quite a bit of Dino Thunder because of it's connection to MMPR, even if it was Tommy. I'd like to check out more of RPM, since it has an interesting premise (and Rose McIver, who's great in iZombie). The current Sentai, Kyuranger, looks crazy, starting with nine Rangers, and thay all have very individualized suits. It'll be interesting to see what Power Rangers does with it. And Lord Zedd is amazing. Screw the green ranger, I can't wait to see how they'll adapt Zedd for the sequel.