Man, JR and Barnett were a hundred times better than last year, but zero times one hundred is still zero. Every time JR said a move was done by someone THAT WASN'T EVEN IN THE MATCH I had to groan. For the love of all that is good, please let Don Callis and Kevin Kelly do the english commentary for the G1 special.
Besides that and the shit ass camera work, it was a fun show with an amazing main event. I even got really misty eyed at the end.
I wanted Naito to win so bad and it was really heartbreaking to see him lose....BUT now I want him to beat Okada even more at WK13 next year! I'm 100% more invested in Naito after him losing than if he would have won, which means that Gedo is doing his job. I can't be mad at Okada, plus it means we get more crazy defenses. It's a win/win. I hope he burns those pants though, fuck me those are bad.
Most of my choices have been said already, but Train to Busan is probably the best zombie movie to come out in decades. Also, It's Hard to be a God, which is a 3 hour epic that maybe to dirtiest, muddiest movie I've ever seen.
Blade Runner's my favorite movie, so yeah I'm seeing it on a Thursday showing (it's at 7:05 pm weirdly enough). I can't say I have huge expectations for it though. None of the trailers have really wowed me, so I'm cautiously optimistic. Denis Villeneuve is probably my favorite current director right now and it's always a treat to see Roger Deakins shoot a film, so at least I know it's going to be super pretty. Hopefully, the story holds up.
Also, no matter how many unicorn dreams you insert into the movie, Deckard will always be human to me. It makes for a better movie and character arc in my opinion, and if he is a replicant he is the worst replicant ever.
It's gonna be whatever. I mean, it really doesn't matter who writes and/or directs these movies. Disney/Marvel have mastered the blockbuster movie product line process. They're all gonna look and sound the same and they're all gonna be bland and harmless and perfectly watchable. No more, no less. With that said, I never liked Colin Trevorrow as a choice and I think Jurassic World is bad.
From the start, bay bay. Honestly, I started following gamespot in 2001 (gamespot Silent Hill 2 gameplay footage was the first thing I downloaded when my parent's got high speed internet and I remember that for some reason) and I've followed most of the duders from that time period since.
It's probably a little cliche, but I have to say 2001. I adore Dr. Strangelove though, and one of these days I'll get around to watching the Barry Lyndon blu-ray that's been sitting on my shelf for the past 2 years.