I like games where you punch people in the face and/or slice them down with swords. Also, dragons or aliens, apparently.
Website: Iron Maiden
Idris Elba for everything. <3
Ahh, lucky you. I really wanted to see The Knife at Coachella but they were playing at the same time as OutKast. The people I talked to who did get to see them said they put on a good show though, so you’re in for a treat.
Did get to catch Little Dragon while I was there though. That was cool.
Vacationing? Where to?
Ahh yeah. I guess it loaded before I scrolled past it, so it animated to the point where it freezes, which is the second to last phone.
See? Looks younger than in that gif.
Ahh, is it? I figured Castle since he looks older there. He was much younger in Firefly, and I guess I haven’t watched it as obsessively as you guys. ;p
Was that a spoiler? It was a couple of years ago. Also, it’s pretty obvious it was going to happen eventually. Not exactly a plot twist.
Either way, sorry.
New favorite gif. Segata Sanshiro!
Same. Doesn’t animate for me, so it just looks like a bunch of iPhones side by side.
Boom. Actual rendering:
I thought Bastion was on sale thanks to the image you used.
The height ratio seems to be accurate. ;p
Good luck, man.
Apparently it’s a very common concept.
If I wasn’t lazy, I’d photoshop the YOU DIED font over the Steam download screen.. but I am lazy.
It’s been awhile since I’ve seen it as well.
The pacing was an issue for me. I had lots of issues with the film, really, besides the performances by Ledger and Eckhart. I’ve grown to like it over repeated viewings, but I don’t see it as the bar to measure all superhero films by.
Outtakes from episode 405.
Hating Iron Man. That’s a paddlin’.
I guess it also kind of deals with “what would it take to make a normal man go mad,” but as Zwolf mentioned, it’s been covered better in the comics than in The Dark Knight.
Is it an intellectual film? The only real question it asks is “do I save the woman I love or the man who can save this city?” And he chooses the girl, which ends up backfiring since The Joker switches the address around.
It’s acted well. It’s shot well, aside from the fight scenes and their stupid shaky cam. But it’s not a great film, and definitely not “more” than a comic book film.
Man, I haven’t seen Castle in ages. I think I stopped right around the time Castle and Beckett got together. I really need to catch up with that show. It’s fun, if incredibly formulaic.
Also doubles as Zwolf telling Bender to “beat it.”
Falcon Northwest is supposed to be high quality, but they really, really overcharge.