Yes, my reaction to the unnecessary sequel to the original is predicated on a fart joke; no, I don’t agree that this is an overreaction.
Not a “good” Samaritan; not a “bad” Samaritan; just a “wish it was better but I appreciate what it is” Samaritan.
Pour one out for the superhero movie, which had a great moment once upon a time and has steadily lost that moment every year since.
I just want to watch the goddamn movie.
Hell yeah, big boys.
Happy Odin’s Day, here’s a piece that would’ve been better timed for Thorsday.
There are better ways to fall asleep at night, but there are also worse ways!
Real talk: I wrote this piece just so I could use the phrase “jerkin’ your flerken.” Don’t act like you don’t adore me for it.
Oh no look out spoooooooilerrrrrrrrrrrrrs. (C’mon, like you didn’t see any of this coming.)
Happy “Captain Marvel” weekend! In the first of Andy’s *three pieces* about the new Marvel movie, an appreciation for Brie Larson and her fondness of baked goods and weight training, and how all of that hard work (and not hard work) reflects on the screen.
While you all are talkin’ about your “Infinity wars,” I’m talkin’ about Iron Man, the movie that really actually started it all, even if everyone likes to say the Marvel Cinematic Universe really began with The Avengers. I guess it did, in a way. But Iron Man put the MCU in motion in the first place. Ten years …