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  2. Movies, Movies, and Movies

    Swing and a miss.
  3. 4 pages before Godwin. I'm actually pretty impressed.
  4. 4/20, Ladies and Gentlemen. Anyhoo, now that the door is kicked open to paper currency with people who weren't statesmen on it, I demand a Mercury 7 bill. #astronautsoncurrency
  5. It is believed he was involved in over 100 duels. Largely attributed to defending the honor of his wife. All totaled, one person died (it was actually kind of rare to die in a pistol duel)...and it was probably a straight up murder. Meanwhile, Hamilton was involved in one duel, that he rigged in his favor, and got capped. History is funny.
  6. The DC Comics Movie & Television Thread

    Batman will be in the movie enough to incite Amanda Waller's infamous "Rich boy" speech.
  7. NBA's New Jersey Swamp Dragons/Fire Dragons

    Say what you will, I bet half of us would have owned a Dragons Starter jacket
  8. The DC Comics Movie & Television Thread

    I believe Snyder and his wife were put in this role a few years's why he is likely unextractable at this point.
  9. The DC Comics Movie & Television Thread

    Somebody with a pair of scissors could have rather easily improved BvS by a full letter grade.
  10. The DC Comics Movie & Television Thread

    DG is Sisyphus and criticism of Batman and Robin is his boulder. Unfortunately every one of his posts about this topic trends very closely to the conclusion that fun movie = good movie. Let's be clear. BaR IS fun. Grab some beers, sit down with friends, watch the movie, and you wont be bored. But let's be clearer. BaR is also a BAD movie featuring an incoherent mishmash of styles, a mishandling of characters, toyetic everything, and cringe-worthy jokes. Worst of all, unlike the 60's Batman, it never approaches the level of self-seriousness that made the camp and wit of the series work so well. BaR, unfortunately, comes off more as a half-hearted parody, clad in neon, without the brain to sustain a consistent vision. BaR deserves to be watched, yes. In the context that it is the superhero equivalent to Plan 9 or Birdemic.
  11. The DC Comics Movie & Television Thread

    I've seen it. It was okay, I guess...but I fear it's going to rip audiences/critics/geeks apart yet again.
  12. Thankfully, unlike Colorado, winning IS allowed.
  13. The DC Comics Movie & Television Thread

    Yeah, context is definitely needed. However, there's lots of clickbait potential if WB stops chasing them down.
  14. The DC Comics Movie & Television Thread

    Apparently some BvS screenings in Asia have led to a couple of images featuring major spoilers to hit the web. So be careful with your clicking if you like to avoid that stuff. Though don't forget: Spoilers might make you like something more.
  15. The DC Comics Movie & Television Thread

    Entertainment Weekly's beat writer has seen BvS and has this to say: He also stated that the trailers really haven't given away all that much (I mean we all knew what the story structure was, right?) and he reveals where the other Justice League member cameos take place. WB should be happy that this was the final, big article before the movie drops. For me it validated a lot of the things I've said and suspected, while reassuring me about the things I was worried about.