I was lucky enough to see it at a screening at the local theatres I think three years ago? I thought it was quite good, but don't get why it's one of the greatest films ever made... until you realise that much of its reverence comes from the revolutionary/innovative ways of filmmaking that influenced films that came after.
It's like watching Seinfeld for the first time now. You might think it's just a run of the mill sitcom, but really it informed the next few decades of sitcoms.
It really depends on who's there. I basically "party" with close friends every week or 2 weeks and it's always a good time. Sometimes it's fun to meet new people but usually going to a raging house party kind of sucks because the music is too fucking loud to have a conversation. But fuck going to clubs, too much money, not fun. Getting drunk and/or high and doing stuff and hanging out is only truly fun if the people you're with are cool.
Barely ever. But I listen to a lot of video game music when I'm playing the games obviously. And I love video game music so much that I'm sampling a lot of video game songs for rap beats for me and my friends to rap over.
I liked the control points, but it felt basically like a standard game mode. It plays well, and I like that secondary ammo doesn't replenish when you die. It incentivizes map control and moving around so you can't just camp with your shotgun or sniper rifle. But I'm hoping the full game has some more unique PvP modes.