“Daniel” could have easily been Michael Holt.
My mom saw JR get shot. We saw Green Ranger fuck shit up.
Cheaper than an anime body pillow.
It’s everything I love plus everything I hate.
1) Ted and the gang will transform into the Gokaiger suits first before changing forms again.
Why even bother?
It’s hilarious when you can’t even tell the gender of any of the show’s characters.
I ain’t mad, just a little sad.
It’s definitely not Austin 3:16.
As the sun begins to set on my spring semester (actually I can’t tell because it’s cloudy and drizzling at the moment), I’ve been preparing myself to resume my blogging duties on a more regular basis. But in-depth discussions about the return of Brock Lesnar or what I think of Mass Effect 3 will have […]
I don’t know about you, but one of the things I enjoy most out of TV are the opening credits. They get the mood just right. Opening credits are their own work of art, sometimes more memorable than than the actual shows. They either tell the show’s synopsis in a stylish or fun way (e.g., […]
Some people watch sports; I watch rap battles. There’s a lot to be said about the history of battle rap, including the fact that the Oscar-winning movie 8 Mile pretty much plucked it out of obscurity and plastered it on silver screens the world over. It used to only be accessible to people who were willing […]
Warning: Spoilers. Mad Men is an award-winning American television series about the fictional Manhattan-based advertising agency Sterling Cooper in the 1960’s. Created by Matthew Weiner, it is also why I didn’t leave my house during the winter break. I started watching the series over the summer when it was uploaded on Netflix and slowly but […]
Although I’ve never personally been a fan of Demi Lovato’s music/career, I give her much deserved credit for criticizing Disney after making an eating disorder joke in their latest show, Shake It Up via Twitter. The scene can be found here: And you can find Demi Lovato’s tweets here. Demi’s tweets pretty much sum up […]
2012 is on the horizon. Are we going to go see movies then? Ben Fritz and Amy Kaufman of the Los Angeles Times reported that this past year audiences barely went out to the movies. Quantitatively, to the tune of a 25% decrease in “multiples,” industry speak for “the final box-office take compared to a […]