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All Men Must Like, Comment and Subscribe. We're tired of coming back to you time after time, "Game of Thrones". We can't keep carrying on this way.
In the first episode of Film Franchise Fortnights, AJ and Richard discuss the 4 "Lethal Weapon" films: which one they liked the most, the jarring casual treatment of both nudity and homophobia in the 80s, and their ideas for how to continue the series today.
Sometimes, just like with award-winning prestigious cable dramas, the good doesn't outweigh the bad with a long term relationship.
The first video game I ever remember playing was 'Crash Bandicoot' on my new Playstation when I was 4, and ever since then, I've been hooked.
I've wanted to write about this show for a while. I've wanted to write about how it feels like 'Scrubs' meets 'Pushing Daisies'. I've wanted to talk about the show's creator/main star Rachel Bloom moved from making some of the best content on YouTube, to making some of the best content on TV. But instead, in the interests of something a little more concise, and because the human race loves listicles, I thought I'd put together my list of Rachel and her team's best songs from the excellent first season of this crazy show.
These sitcom characters have had with canned laughter constantly intruding their lives and conversations.
I went to the midnight premiere of “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” alone last night. I think the last movie I went to by myself was “Epic Movie” in 2007. I’m not trying to say anything specific here, nor imply the films are comparable in any way, I guess I’m just saying that the bar was set pretty low for what I expected my solo movie-going experience would be like.
Nostalgia, in the end, isn't utilised by 'Fuller House' enough for me to bother watching it all.
Is it possible there are just no more X-Files left to be told?
Now that I have your attention...
'Always Sunny' hasn't really addressed a relevant controversy in years, but the characters themselves, Charlie, Dennis, Mac, Sweet Dee and Danny DeVito's Frank, have developed into ludicrous, exaggerated versions of their original characters.