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It was actually called Jrt Grind Radio for its original dreamcast release in America.
One of the greatest issues of Spider-man ever in my opinion.
Might sound silly, but I think Shrek is a really good example.
Ogre's are typically associated as being evil, but it quickly shows that's not who Shrek is.
The movie continues this theme when you meet the princess. While at first you would think her and Shrek have nothing in common, but again it shows not to judge by appearances, showing the princess isn't who you would expect.
That is the blue fairy from the Pinnochio remake.
Looks like a man in drag.
Article for those interested in reading it.
Woke Disney Lost Almost $900 Million On Last 8 Films: Report
And this isn't even considering Indiana Jones is predicted to be a major bomb.
The first alien cage match held on earth.
The kid's step dad sounds like that guy from the gigachad meme.
"If not for my cat and weed I'd be in a real dark place right now."
Lol. Losing your son and your father doesn't put you in a dark place, but losing your cat or weed would be too much? You guys ever notice how most of these trannies also tend to be really selfish? They care more about attention and material things than actual relationships with people.
I almost saw this at the theater, but I (luckily) decided to read Plugged In Online's review just to make sure it had no gay shit. After I saw that I decided not to go. A shame too, as despite being a giant liberal, Hanks is a great actor, and I always have enjoyed watching him.
I had forgot about Dune part 2. I am looking forward to that one as well
For myself, I am looking forward to Christopher Nolan's Oppenheimer and Cobra Kai season 6.
Nolan usually has really neat visual effects, and the plots are complex in a neat way. I think he's one of the last great directors in Hollywood. The all-star cast is great to see as well.
Corny as it is, Kobra Kai is usually really fun, and is one of the few legacy shows that actually feels like to caters to fans of the original. Excited to see how it wraps up.
If you actually read his comments, he specifically brings that up, and talks about how he regrets it and he shouldn't have done it.
I agree. Spider-man for example has sucked since One More Day, and that happened all the way back in '06.
Marvel as a whole has sucked since about that time too. The continuity is awful, every new run just resets everything, so nothing ultimately matters. Writers always try to outdo each other with big events that radically change things, only for things to go very quickly back to status quo.
Woke is the biggest problem, but the continuity is another major one, and it's been that way for a while. It probably started in the mid-nineties when shock-value stories became big (clone saga, death of superman, etc.) But it seemed better by late-90s early 2000s, only to go downhill again in the mid-to-late 2000s.
For those who don't know what I'm referring to.
Brave New World is a extremely interesting dystopian science fiction/social commentary of that is your sort of thing. If you like philosophy, I think you would find it interesting. Aldous Huxley's commentary on the book's themes, A Brave New World revisited, is also great, and contains lots of interesting philosophy.
If you like horror, the original dracula and frankenstein books hold up great. Very creepy, and the themes are interesting even today.
I mean, even ignoring "wokeness", the current adaptions of the films are pretty well done and accurate to the books (especially the first two films). This show is going to be beat by beat the same, except for probably more added stuff from the books, just with different actors and worse special FX since its a TV show.
I feel like when it comes out its going to immediately get compared to the films, and not in a good way.
This way, when they race-swap X-men for the movies they can say "BUt It'S fRoM tHe CoMiCs ThOuGh". Just like they did with Ironheart, Ms. Marvel, Thor, etc.
I salute you for reading this trash for our entertainment though.
How do you know how close you are to a gay though? You could literally walk down the street and pass a gay and not even know it.
I don't know how I personally see things ending, but there are interesting theories in this thread to be sure.
Also for any Catholics, do any of you believe in the illumination of conscience and the three days of darkness? I am not sure if I believe in it or not, but I listened to Taylor Marshall's podcast about it and it was interesting. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ji4xD5xJ_ws
As a lifelong Marvel fan, it hurts to see Marvel comics in the state it's in. It's mostly written by SJWs who know nothing about telling good stories, and horrible editors who never know when to say no. The continuity even sucks now. I mean, characters die and come back within 6 months to a year. The editors can't even keep any sort of consistency, each new run is basically just the current writer's fan-fiction, soon to be overturned by the next writer.
I just stick to reading reprints of classic Marvel. If I want something new, indie comics and manga are what I read. How anyone can read modern Marvel trash when there are way better alternatives available is beyond me. Hopefully with numbers declining Marvel and DC will just die. I hope it happens at this point, it's like seeing a dying and in pain animal get put to sleep.
I think thats what's so great about. The fear of death Puss goes through is relatable to almost anyone, but especially an older audience.
Modern entertainment constantly talks about anxiety, fear, and mental health but at the same doesn't usually show people what they need to do, which is confront it head-on. It's refreshing to see a movie actually tackle an issue like this the way it should be.
You know Puss in Boots is good when even the Drinker is talking about it. Normally he doesn't bother to talk about kid's movies.
I have already resorted to an everdrive for n64, GB, and GBA (Even ignoring just regular roms, there are a lot of good rom hacks to play too).
It's nice for games above what I'm willing to spend, but something about owning the actual carts makes it a more fun experience. Usually if I can find the original game for 30 dollars or less (Something increasingly hard to do these days), I usually still buy an original cart.