It really should be retitled: "The Awesome Formerly-Evil Queen Showing Extraordinary Patience In Not Killing Idiots (Mostly Because She Is The Devoted Mother To A Little Idiot) Show". »
This is even more welcome than the great news about Scott Glenn being cast as Stick, in the Netflix Daredevil series. »
I can't think of a movie universe with as many series directly tied in. Stargate had many series but there was nothing concurrent about them. This level of interwoven properties is second only to Star Wars or Star Trek but Marvel's is a far more deliberate plan than either of those. »
There are several factors at play. Most of those factors fit into the category of gameplay balance. WoW's benefit is that they've had a long time to figure out what works best (which is never 100% of the time for 100% of the players). »
I love this movie for many reasons but this was one of the primary ones. The almost opposite style of the broadsword versus the smallsword was a fascinating piece of fight choreography. Nick Gilliard (fight coordinator for Star Wars prequels) once said that a good movie fight tells a story without words. »
High Fidelity Rules state there can be no best/most but here's one of my favourites (which isn't actually from High Fidelity). »
I liked SGU. I found humour in it. I didn't find it depressing. Does that make me a bad person in some way? Or humourless? Or depressed? :) »
If it isn't given a nomination for editing in all the major awards, I'd be surprised. The choices on how to depict that rinse-and-repeat narrative were very clever. Succinct and entertaining exposition. I'm sure it's all a mix of story, script, directing and editing but that's the invisible formula which is true of… »
Martha Washington (codename: N/A)is the creation of Frank Miller.
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Because I don't think I'm exaggerating at all by saying she is the most well rounded (perhaps only well rounded) female character Miller has ever created. She has emotions, drive, strength, the story allows her to be a hero…»
In the podcast with Chris Hardwick (Nerdist), you can hear his crusty veneer crack from time to time. Mind you, you can also almost hear Chris Hardwick tremble from time to time but if I was in Ford's house to record a podcast, I'd tremble the entire time. »
I tried really hard to give a crap about him (and I'm an easy viewer to suck in) but, try as I might, I just couldn't muster the energy. Godzilla itself was neat, though. »
Agreed. The movie was wonderful as it was (minus the sex scene) and said all that needed saying, IMO. A sequel would be as silly as a space squid. »