Common maintains that he can "whip anybody ass at NBA Live" (though he's careful to specify a best-of-5 scenario, which is awesome). Not a very famous track (the insensitive dig at Greg Louganis probably didn't help), but one of my all-time favorites from an all-time classic album:
I've been going through the whole list of games lately (it's under the Wiki tab, so I think this belongs here?) and I notice that sometimes a page will display way fewer games than it should. Example:
You can see it's not the end of the list, but it only shows me 3 games. That's the most extreme case I saw. Sometimes just the last space in a page will be empty, sometimes more. It seems to come in clusters, but I can't see any common factor to them (no super-long titles or anything). Not really urgent but worth addressing.
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The Changeling (1980) - 4/5 - An entry on two short lists: good horror movies from the '80s that didn't involve John Carpenter, and good stories about (minor spoiler) sympathetic ghosts. The latter point was helped a lot by the lead being a mature adult, rather than the mooning, emotionally fragile young woman that the plot would normally dictate. I think George C. Scott was kind of a weird fit - I'd have wanted more of an Elliott Gould type, or I dunno, Christopher George even? Just someone more "middle-aged music teacher" and less "scary grandpa." But he was fine, and thankfully they didn't really commit to Trish Van Devere as his love interest (...wait, holy shit, they were married?)
The main gripe I had was with the score. Not only was it vanilla scary-movie music (ironic for a movie about a music professor), but it wasn't even synced well to the action. It's like someone banged out the whole score in one day after reading a synopsis of the plot, and then the music editor or whoever had to jury-rig it to vaguely fit each scene. Whoever it was, they did not understand when to lay off the damn music and let the scene itself build tension. It was almost bad enough to drag the movie down to 3/5.
Waluigi would be a monster spin bowler. Left-arm, naturally.
But also, I'd really like to see a Nintendo/Mario baseball game that wasn't farmed out to an inferior developer. It kinda seemed like Rusty's Baseball on the 3DS was designed to prime people for a more focused, competitive baseball game, but nothing ever came of it.