Max’s make-believe world is defined by his own childhood psychology. He’s trying to make sense of and cope with a messy world defined by adults around him.
Hank Moody once told his teenage daughter something to the effect of ‘I encourage the creative use of profanity.’ And he’s right. There is little more effective, humorous, and/or appropriate than a well-placed expletive.
Referring to George Carlin’s 7 dirty words, I don’t really find any of them offensive in and of themselves. But I sure do find their overuse annoying.
Today, as one of his first executive orders, President Donald Trump announced a newly re-designed flag would replace the “outdated” and “overrated” American flag.
The new design does away with the stars and stripes, and replaces them in favor of a number of “classy” new design “improvements”.
I was deeply saddened to hear about her recent passing.
On a lighter note, I do want to remind everyone that Carrie Fisher is immortal and will likely be around in millions of years.
Successful Hollywood directors seem to lose their grip on quality control when they get older. The arrival of the Alien Covenant trailer seems to promise less cerebral science fiction, and more of the gore-fest torture porn found in the Saw movies.
I liked Man of Steel. Many did not. That’s why I wanted to give Batman v Superman a chance.
Now that I’ve seen it, I have to agree with the 28% score at Rotten Tomatoes. This is simply a mess of a film.
If you care, here are some thoughts from someone who has never read a Superman or Batman comic book.
Want to be as successful and smart as Donald Trump?
You can! It’s as easy as being a textbook narcissist, heaping praise upon those that support your delusions, and actively belittling everyone else.
I’ve prepared the following flowchart which, as far as I can tell, governs 99% of Donald Trump’s beliefs about other people and the world around him.
This post is for people that have seen the movie The Witch, and are finding themselves wondering just what this movie is about – much less the point of it.
The Blacklist is NBC’s flagship show at the moment. But it’s not a good show.
In fact, there’s only really one reason to watch it: James Spader.
My stepson’s approach to the playground seahorse is nothing if not brutal.