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Newman
I've long been a fan of Star Trek: The Next Generation books. I've read dozens of them and have enjoyed almost all of them in some way or another. I most enjoy the ones that have to do with...
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RyderFlynn
Some time around the late 2000s, Pixar Animation Studios ceased to be the "can't do no wrong" auteurs that produced thought-provoking hits after hits. Somewhere along the line, it lost its soul...
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In an interview to Empire magazine last year, filmmaker Martin Scorsese made the remark that superhero movies aren’t cinema, that they are more comparable to theme park rides. To be fair, the...
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This is (hopefully) going to be a short post because I've been busy doing other stuff lately to write articles and will try not to let myself get dragged back into the article-writing game...
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JGaulard
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RyderFlynn
I didn’t like The Godfather. Or at least, not the first time I watched it, and not even the second time just a decade ago when I gave it another shot. I remember that when I expressed my...
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KristinaW
I remember back when I was a kid, roller skating rinks were all the rage. I used to live in Danbury, Connecticut and Rollerland was a big place to go roller skating. I think I went there back in...
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15Katey
15Katey
RyderFlynn
Goodbye, Mr. Despair (Season 1) Review Goodbye, Mr. Despair isn’t quite what I expected. From its title, premise and opening scene in the first episode, I had expected something just a little...
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"That story sense – the Completed Circle That Is Not Quite Round – is necessary for television episodic shows, of course, since no radical change can take place without doing damage to the show’s...
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Cameron
Since the year 2000, not much in the way of good music (to me) has been produced. I can remember driving down the highway in the early 2000s listening to a report on the radio that Metallica was...
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RyderFlynn
I promised @JGaulard that I would post some movie reviews, so here it is. :) This was a review from 2016 that I posted at the Filmspotting forum. It's one of my top three favorite movies of all...
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JGaulard
JGaulard
RyderFlynn
Since we have a thread about the '80s, I figured we do a thread on the generation I grew up in as well. lol To be honest, most of what I remembered from my childhood was more like the late '90s...
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Newman
If you grew up in the 80s, you already know it was awesome. While I remember a lot of what made it so great, I'm also forgetting a lot. That's why I wanted to jot down a few of my favorite things...
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RyderFlynn
Season 1 Review Now, the camera quickly pans up from the bottom And the logo shows up with a thud! This leads into... The part where we introduce everybody All of us, one by one Our characters...
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The Simpsons (Season 6) Review Usually, by the sixth season of the series, TV shows have long reached their peak and have packed their bags for syndication. The Simpsons, however, was only just...
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Phoenix1
For the past few evenings, I've been scouring YouTube for stuff from the good ol' days in and around New York City. I grew up around the area and can remember when every other commercial on Hot97...
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RyderFlynn
Gag series” (a sub-genre of the coined genre “widget series” on TV Tropes) are not new to anime or even American animation. In fact, there’s even a whole page listing anime that are light on plot...
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RyderFlynn
About three to four months ago, I started catching up with three '90s TV shows, namely The Simpsons, The X-Files, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. I've been watching them in rotation, and just two...
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CampFireJack
I already have a feeling that this thread is going to go on for miles and I really hope it does. We all have our favorite bands and artists, so I highly doubt that you will agree exactly with what...
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RyderFlynn
When I first heard about the popular 2016 anime, Erased, my initial thought was, "Another time travel anime about fixing your past? Come on." It didn't impress me and I wasn't sure what all the...
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From an anime fan’s standpoint, Osamu Tezuka is a fascinating subject of study. Even though I haven’t read or seen most of his works, his name and what he has done for the anime industry evoke...
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