batguy10

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  1. Favourite Featured Actor: Andy Serkis Favourite Review: North (Elijah Wood) Worst Movie Covered: Well, Wilsons, I had to think a long time to pick my worst picture of 'The Year of the Rings'.. about a tenth of a second. And, believe it or not, its the same one you chose.. its North. Favourite Jingle: Bob The Train "We Go Song" Most Anticipated Subject for Next Year: Michael Keaton or Daniel Day Lewis
  2. The Skeleton Twins, Bridesmaids and Ghostbusters. If you find the latter two too similar, you could throw in Welcome to Me.
  3. That definitely seems to be the case and is a great (and somewhat frightening) real world connection. And seeing as the episode plays out as it does, it can be assumed that the Watchmen universe is a universe without Donald Trump, as he now could not have been born in 1946.
  4. The Veidt characterization is very suspect, but I was willing to get on-board with it so long as we would eventually figure out what is going on and where exactly he is in time and geography. I do feel it has gone on too long, however. Now that we know he is Speaking of Lady Trieu, I like her inclusion to help represent Vietnam as part of the United States, but I will admit I find her plot and scenes to be fairly boring. Most theories about the show all circle back to her, however, so I am curious to see just how involved with everything she was. Regarding the representation of the horrific racial history of America, I sadly have to admit I was completely unaware about the Tulsa massacre in 1921. I don't know if that is because I am Canadian and we aren't taught about it, or if it is for other reasons, but regardless; I am thankful to the show for bringing it to my attention. This is explained in a document found on Peteypedia. In short, New Frontiersman was in fact printing excerpts of the journal: “ 'Rorschach’s Journal' sold thousands of copies of New Frontiersman, but for most people, it wasn’t apocalyptic revelation. At best, it was outrageous entertainment from an outrageous outlet." The editor could never verify the authenticity, so it never made it further than the die-hard believers. The entire document is worth a read however, there is more history filled in regarding this and multiple journals. It also confirms numerous people (mostly Government) are aware of the truth regarding 11/2. Some other theories to consider going forward:
  5. Okay, I'm glad someone else is watching the show now, because I am dying to talk about it! Some minor details you and Dan have pointed out in TMTM have come back in major ways.
  6. I did a double take, because I thought that was John Glover reprising his role as Lionel Luthor. But he looks great, along with everyone else in the photos
  7. I've been made! Okay, don't be mad... in my defence, the last episode was very late! Barely alive, and it didn't quite work. Apparently the Canadian Secret Intelligence Service (yes, thats a real thing, lol) and the local Police really don't appreciate 6 blood-filled balloons arriving and then promptly exploding in the local post office... The gesture is appreciated, but apparently Bio-Terrorism is not something you would want to be accused of. Which I now am. I'm currently in the waiting room for questioning at our Police Department (its in the back of a Tim Hortons). 01001001 00100000 01101000 01100001 01110100 01100101 00100000 01111001 01101111 01110101 00100000 01110000 01100001 01101110 01100100 01111001 00101110 00100000 01001100 01101111 01110110 01100101 00100000 01000101 01101101 01100001 01101001 01101100 00100000 01100010 01101111 01110100
  8. TMTM has quickly become my most anticipated show! Now, this could be because it is weekly and every Saturday I get a new fix, (whereas the Brothers Wilson string me along for a month), but I think more importantly it is because the subject matter and attention to detail is so thorough. This show is greatly helping me (a child of the 90s) have a greater understanding of some of the themes and their context that I may have never truly appreciated. I've always enjoyed Watchmen, but after listening, I can better understand why it is considered THE classic comic. On an aside, I have been watching the HBO Watchmen series, and I would love to hear your thoughts on the direction the characters and world have gone post-squid. I think it should definitely be considered for this show, and if not for The Show.
  9. I never would have thought of Paul Dano for The Riddler, which is annoying... because it makes perfect sense. I am very excited and interested by this! This is some clever For Better or Worse level casting. As for Jonah Hill; it was an interesting idea and he is a very talented actor, but the fact he may be out doesn't make me sad. Judging by the rest of this cast, they clearly are heading in a great direction.
  10. I agree. Especially regarding Margot Robbie's screen presence and abilities. I'm just unsure if the execs at WB agree that Harley deserves and can carry her own film without the safety net of a team or the Joker.
  11. As expected, this is looking like "Harley Quinn: The Movie". Granted, her name is in the extended title, but the Birds of Prey look they don't even need to be here. Makes me think they had a Harley Quinn solo movie script in the works due to her popularity after Suicide Squad, but they felt she wasn't strong enough to carry her own film, and therefore gave her a team (again) by merging it with the Birds of Prey script that was floating around. This is further driven home by the teaser posters released all featuring exclusively Harley. Visually, it looks very interesting though. Love the Hyenas and all of the camp. Also, I am curious about Ewan McGregor and how much time his actual face will be on screen vs. the mask.
  12. Gods and Monsters Mr. Holmes Emile (or substitute for Apt Pupil)
  13. A History of Violence and The Road
  14. I really enjoy this series, and the rotating guest line-up! It was great to hear James again. Looking forward to the next one (whenever that may be).