Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by morgantayler, Mar 20, 2016.
oh my god
old problematic white man fight incoming
O'Connell and Evy are the worst parents.
Julia Roberts is one of a handful of actors where I look through all her big movies and I'm like maybe these are good idk, but just on the face of them I have very little interest in finding out
I get SO upset when frodo doesn't trust Sam
I've had In Bruges in my queue for a lifetime and now I'm mad I never got around to it. Colin Farrell's character viscerally hating Bruges from scene 1 just to learn that Fiennes's character meant for it to be a nice parting gift was the best dumb twist
It’s so good
My grandpa's remains are at a military cemetery and there is quite a lot of "His Wife" and "Her Husband"
It's crazy how good In Bruges is and how bad Three Billboard is.
I think seven psychopaths is crazy underrated as well.
I always forget Three Billboards exists and every time I’m reminded of it I get angry again.
Martin Mcdonagh is one of the most talented writers alive and it’s odd to think what happened with that one.
such a good concept squandered on an offensive movie
Wait, people don't like Three Billboards? Ok then...
Mad Magazine Reportedly Shutting Down After 67 Years
Ah fuck, that hurts. Easily a top 3 influence on all things pop culture for me. My mom got me a subscription when I was probably way too young. Have every issue from like 98-09 somewhere at my parents. Shaped my humor, movie references, love for parody
I've always wanted to get the Fold-In Collection, but the way they did it kind of defeats the purpose since you can't actually fold them, but I get it.
Barry Lyndon (the character) has serious Paul Rudd energy. Like a kind of stupidity that’s simultaneously arrogant and innocent.
Keep listening to this
It’s a mad, mad, mad world.
I think shutting down Mad is a bad move for DC, bad sales or no. Of course corporate shortsightnedness is nothing new.
Tbh I had no idea Mad was still in production