@spartikalex: I always considered it, and most movie critics, one of Spielberg's worst movies but to each their own. I've liked my fair share of critical turds so who am I to judge? It gave us a hilarious episode of the podcast We Hate Movies so not a total loss.
Watched "Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3". Which is the first of the franchise without Tobe Hooper directing. Not the worst TCM movie but it's not very good either. If you want to see a pre-Lord of the Rings Viggo Mortensen then check it out but you are better off watching "The Prophecy" because you also get some Christopher Walken.
@sombre: I couldn't stand The Disaster Artist. It's a bunch of James Franco's rich and famous friends making fun of a guy who is eccentric and made a bad movie. It's the polar opposite of Tim Burton's Ed Wood that celebrates a terrible filmmaker who dared to dream big instead of openly mocking him. It ruined my enjoyment of The Room.
Just wanted to say that Jujutsu Kaisen was amazing! Can't wait for season 2 and the movie.
Tried to get into Demon Slayer and I dug into until they introduced that Zenitsu kid. He's as terrible as Minoru from My Hero Academia and they use him way too much. I like the idea of a character that is an incredible fighter only when unconscious but I can't stand him when he's awake. Does he get better or do they use him less or hopefully kill him off? I don't mind a spoiler like that because it gives me something to look forward too.
@retris: Not to get political but I stopped watching when they refused to cancel that second KSA show even after the notoriously scummy UFC pulled out. I check in every now and then but it's only when a match gets high praise or during the Rumble.
I like the Abadon gimmick but she's still too green to be getting a title shot but it's slim pickings when it comes to the AEW Women's roster. I really hope this crossover with TNA lets them bring over some of the Knockouts for Shida to fight.
He's extremely homophobic and racist especially against AEW Women's Champ Hikaru Shida. His idea of good wrestling was outdated in the mid 90's when he ran Smokey Mountain Wrestling and even more so now. On the Brawl 4 All episode of Dark Side of the Ring he somehow managed to come off worse than Vince Russo. How is that possible?
If he dropped dead I would not mourn his death because the world of pro wrestling discourse became slightly less hateful.