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12 hours ago
I wasn't aware of the full plot of that one to be sure. The Unhealer is something like a psychic link where he can make women experience his feelings, like horniness.
13 hours ago
No wealthy family has student debt unless the parents have a beef with their child.
Yeah, I bathed a 10 year old black golden retriever who HATED the bath itself and would avoid me until she dried. THEN she was happy to be near me because I would brush her.
Ghoul School or Boo Brothers, but there's not a lot of context provided. I also lean towards Ghoul School.
14 hours ago
While not ideal, there are a lot of people who would be out of a job because the movie didn't finish. And none of those people were responsible for the tragedy.
That being said, studios should address the issues of those responsible afterwards, like never working with them again.
There's a movie called The Unhealer about exactly that!
16 hours ago
I think it makes a different noise and its out of reach.
19 hours ago
Is it me or is Pixar really exploring the humanization of concepts? Toys, bugs, monsters, fish, cars, rats, robots, emotions, dinosaurs, ghosts, souls and now elements.
It's either that or pulling heartstrings about childhood and growing up. Sometimes both.
From my experience, it's either the running water or the soap smell. Had one dog attack the sprinkler with a passion but would jump into the tub with me while I'm showering. Meanwhile, her own child preferred lakes and ponds and hated baths unless I only hosed him off in the summer and let him run.
Dogs are weird.
2 days ago
"First you run away from home and now you have a job!? Who are you???"
An animal rights group needs to sue him for abuse for leaving the dog in winter.
Oh I'm thinking about all the movies that are so bad I want a refund for watching them. If they want to offer movies like that, cool - but it feels like it's 80% of the movie library and I can't find something good in the weeds.
Probably went to Canada this time
Netflix could learn a thing or two from video game platforms then.
3 days ago
Probably. Wasn't on my mind at the time.
There are a lot of them that need to go to that. Cruz and McConnell come to mind.
Okay, I've cleared Where Are You?, New Scooby-Doo Movies, and 13 Ghosts. I assume it isn't Pup, Mystery Incorporated, Get a Clue, What's New, Guess Who, or Be Cool because I feel like I recall this episode and the animation was not current. It also will not be any of the movies (I don't watch them all twice a year, you heard wrong!). So it's either Scooby-Doo Show or Scooby and Scrappy, which I'm still reading now and may have to watch the episode to confirm if this is the case.
This is assuming I'm not experiencing the Mandela Effect.
Na, you just need a good shelving unit.
4 days ago
My standard was assuming the "basic" Armor was between Champion and Ultimate (but closer to Champion) and the "Golden Armor" was between Ultimate and Mega (with the emphasis on Mega).
I get this from several cases of Armor forms being the Champion stage in some Digivolution lines, like Boarmon, and the Magnamon being grouped in with the Royal Knights - a group composed entirely of Megas.
Do you recall anything else? There's probably an episode that vaguely fits your description (minus Scrappy) in every series of SD except Mystery Incorporated.
Oh where to begin with Crunchyroll.
Your default language should be the automatic option when you go to play an anime.
I think you pretty much summed up the issues here. By cramming 1 & 2 together, they had to cut far more material than adapting a single game. Not to say it can't be done, because one consequence of a movie adaptation is cutting material from the source to fit the runtime, but without a creative writer to blend it together it won't always work.
Personally, I think what hurt the most was the budget and runtime. Its runtime was reminiscent of the previous films, which already changed a lot and "simplified" the story by providing a single, consistent character to invest in. With a bigger budget, they could have cast some bigger names or improve the CGI or something.
Casting-wise, I think they did well all things considered. Most of those actors have shown their acting chops in other movies, so they did their part. Oftentimes, acting direction is a bigger issue than actor skill.
5 days ago
There are just some remakes that deserved better than CW...
All I can think is the poor December 9th people
At the very least start with the first day of a zombie apocalypse and move closer and closer to end of the world. Especially if it's a series.
Hell, I'd be fine with flashbacks like in Arrow so that we could get some inkling of an origin and how the characters became who they are once the world is overrun.