You Know Who

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  2. To Kill A Mockingbird. I tend to enjoy Marvel movies more than you do but I’ve been too wild about the first Guardians film. The villain is one of dullest, most-afterthought antagonists in the franchise (which is saying something) and at times I think it only gets by its 80s nostalgia. But To Kill A Mockingbird is timeless.
  3. My publishing guru (for lack of a better word) convinced me to a write a short conclusion/epilogue to my book. After a bitter month's struggle, that conclusion is now in a presentable form and after four years, the book is finally being submitted to publishers. I'm sure it'll be a while before it's on shelves and there'll be a lot of to-ing and fro-ing with the publishers before then. In the meantime, I'm glad to finally be at this point and am already working on the next one.
  4. Rocky, First Blood, and The Expendables
  5. Favorite 2010: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1 2011: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 2012: Blancanieves 2013: Philomena 2014: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes 2015: Star Wars: The Force Awakens 2016: Moana 2017: The Death of Stalin 2018: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 2019*: Avengers: Endgame Best 2010: The King's Speech 2011: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 2012: Blancanieves 2013: Philomena 2014: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes 2015: Spotlight 2016: Moana 2017: Get Out 2018: BlacKkKlansman 2019*: Avengers: Endgame Honorable Mentions: Rise of the Planet of the Apes, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Wreck-It Ralph, The Martian, Zootopia, Arrival, Logan, War for the Planet of the Apes, Paddington 2, The Shape of Water, Sorry To Bother You, The Favourite *Subject to change; I haven't seen Knives Out, Us, or any non-genre films from this year yet, and over the past few years in particular, I've become a much more of TV watcher than a cinema-goer.
  6. Welcome to the +30 Club! Here's your cane:
  7. Favorite Featured Actor: Ian McKellen Favorite Review: The Goolies Worst Movie Covered: North Favorite Feedback: EmailBot’s revenge Favorite Jingle: The Ballad of Sean Bean (by Peter Organ) Most Anticipated Subject for Next Year: Hugh Grant
  8. He died today at the age of 79. I’m more familiar with him as a voice actor than his live action work but he played my favorite character on DS9 (albeit from a pretty crowded field).
  9. Bridemaids and Ghostbusters. I'm tempted to say The Martian or Walk Hard but in each she's part of a large ensemble and each film would probably be better for episodes devoted to their respective main stars (Matt Damon and John C. Reilly).
  10. Great episode gents! This was the first and only Mummy movie I saw in cinemas fresh off learning about Two contextless notes: -Cleopatra (Cleopatra VII, to be precise) actually wasn't a native Egyptian; her family, the Ptolemies, were from Macedonia (having came down to Egypt with Alexander the Great and ruling the country after he died) and they were almost certainly Caucasian (not to mention super-inbred and mostly horrible). That's not a defense of Rachel Weisz being cast as an Egyptian, though, and Queen Nefertiti (who was a native Egyptian) wouldn't have been white. -We do have foxes in the United States. My parents live in New Jersey and they occasionally see them outside their house.
  11. He even has and is implied to have had a .