Wednesday, May 6, 2015

BoD Wednesday Night Thread

Talk about everything going on tonight here

1,266 comments:

  1. Thaddeus MountainMay 6, 2015 at 5:24 PM

    Pull your shit together, Bulls.

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  2. Hey look, a Billy Gunn tag team break up that leads to an ill-fated singles push!

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  3. Burt Macklin, Man Without FearMay 6, 2015 at 5:27 PM

    Damn Agent Carter.

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  4. We do not say "first" we say "boners"

    Jesus

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  5. Jonathan MeisnerMay 6, 2015 at 5:30 PM

    Repost from Daily Thread:

    Austin to me is the undisputed king of wrestling podcasts. I'll take him and his wife bullshitting about Hershey the Wonder Dog and rapping to Nash about which toilet paper is more manly over Jericho, Piper or Flair anyday.

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  6. Austin's deadpan wife is the best

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  7. Jonathan MeisnerMay 6, 2015 at 5:31 PM

    She's pretty funny in her "no fuck given" attitude.

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  8. Burt Macklin, Man Without FearMay 6, 2015 at 5:32 PM

    I'm already liking these scenes with Steve at the army base. Jumps on the grenade without a second thought. "Grenade! Get away!"

    "He's still skinny"

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  9. Call me a cynic, but I am more inclined to believe the "Vince is losing his vision" rumor given the WWE's "defamation of character" reaction to it.

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  10. Jerichos equally good in my opinion, and actually on skill he's really the better broadcaster...

    But yeah, listening to the World's Toughest Son of a Bitch getting needled by his wife about conditioning his beard is fantastic and hilarious

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  11. I said he was sick six months ago.

    I am never wrong about these things.

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  12. whachatalkinbout justice?

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  13. Jonathan MeisnerMay 6, 2015 at 5:34 PM

    Jericho doesn't miss a beat, but, while I should have been pissed about an episode with Nash and Austin debating which Uberfacts are bullshit, it was entertaining as hell.

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  14. Why are you telling Jesus that?

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  15. Burt Macklin, Man Without FearMay 6, 2015 at 5:35 PM

    She's just really attractive in Cap The First Avenger lol.

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  16. To me that was far and away his worst show, I'd have rather heard his wife or Cort for an hour if Nash had literally nothing to say

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  17. The show was neat to watch but it's really just needless filler.

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  18. I like that scene, along with how he got the flag.

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  19. You haven't seen this film before? I loved it. As we discussed before, Chris Evans owns this role.

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  20. Jonathan MeisnerMay 6, 2015 at 5:36 PM

    I liked it. Just two buddies riffing back and forth for an hour. Not his best show by far, but I wasn't bored by it.

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  21. I just got home and Cavs up 20 after 1. Hockey it is!

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  22. Burt Macklin, Man Without FearMay 6, 2015 at 5:36 PM

    I have, it's just been a long time. I'm going through all the MCU movies.

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  23. Jonathan MeisnerMay 6, 2015 at 5:37 PM

    I was gonna watch O's and Mets, buy figured the Bulls game would be more entertaining.

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  24. Bulls/Cavs feels like it should be in the Conf. Finals. Washington or Atl is going to be a let down in the next round.

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  25. Macklin's going through Cap 1. I've always been a big fan of that movie, probably only trails Iron Man 1 in terms of a solo-character driven MCU movie.

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  26. Jonathan MeisnerMay 6, 2015 at 5:38 PM

    Switching to Rangers/Caps until movie time.

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  27. When I get sick of wrestling I'm gonna run through the MCU movies starting with Iron-Man. I saw that in theaters when it came out but didn't pay a lick of attention.

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  28. Yeah I'm flip flopping between BAL/NYM and Rangers/Caps, since the TB series is 2-0.

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  29. Burt Macklin, Man Without FearMay 6, 2015 at 5:39 PM

    Damn you are a copy cat! Everybody rips off Macklin.

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  30. It was awesome watching RDJ just own the role

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  31. Still has my vote as best MCU movie.

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  32. Jonathan MeisnerMay 6, 2015 at 5:39 PM

    TB is gonna sweep. Calling it now.

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  33. Is there anyone here I can steck the dack against?

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  34. It gives you great backstory to Winter Soldier, not to mention just feels like watching a Raiders of the Lost Ark or Rocketeer type movie.

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  35. Jonathan MeisnerMay 6, 2015 at 5:41 PM

    Rangers/Blues prediction isn't gonna happen, Rangers/Blackhawks may not happen either, if NYR isn't careful. I wanna see Calgary/Washington now, just for something completely different.

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  36. Yeah you could feel the Rocketeer thumbprints from Joe Johnston all over Cap, not to mention he was the head of FX on Raiders

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  37. Jericho has stupid shit though, like "Egypt" and cow belling.

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  38. Jonathan MeisnerMay 6, 2015 at 5:42 PM

    And pagayy instead of page. Dude tries too hard for my liking.

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  39. Just goes to show Marvel could tap the right director to give the movie the right feel

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  40. Well, another friend of mine is pregnant with her second kid.


    It's like a sickness going around, and I'm the stereotypical "focusing on his career" guy.

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  41. Jonathan MeisnerMay 6, 2015 at 5:43 PM

    Cap 1 was great for all those reasons. But, I'm a WWII dork, so there ya go.

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  42. And now Bradshaw randomly turns on Zeb!

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  43. Jonathan MeisnerMay 6, 2015 at 5:45 PM

    Wasn't heeding his stock advice?

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  44. Since Burt is watching Cap, these are relevant

    http://i.imgur.com/o8FnH2L.jpg

    http://media1.santabanta.com/full1/Global%20Celebrities(F)/Hayley%20Atwell/hay2d.jpg

    https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/d4/10/7c/d4107cd5c730c705bfa1eea347c793d6.jpg

    http://i1.cdnds.net/13/17/300x450/hayley-atwell.jpg

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  45. Too bad Rey Mysterio left, I would've love to see him dress as Ultron for Wrestlemania

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  46. Same, most of my friends are married and/or have kids and I'm just loafing in the couch with my cat after work every night

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  47. Jonathan MeisnerMay 6, 2015 at 5:47 PM

    Did he ever do Cap at Wrestlemania?

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  48. Jonathan MeisnerMay 6, 2015 at 5:48 PM

    Against Cody? I was gonna say he did Avatar but, that was 26 against Punk wasn't it?

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  49. Don't know what part of Community or Arrested Development made them think "get us those guys for Cap 2" but I'm glad they did

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  50. Yeah. I think he also did The Flash for WM 20

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  51. Yeah because I remember he had to climb out of his hole when his entrance spring malfunctioned

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  52. Daredevil at 19

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  53. Which is exactly the same level of dumb as "National Treasure" and bow hunting talk

    I get everyone's dick is hard to hate Jericho because...whatever...but I still dig the giy

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  54. "Heeeey Bucky"

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  55. Jonathan MeisnerMay 6, 2015 at 5:50 PM

    Yes. Best/Worst was Silver Surfer against Chavo at Summerslam, with a beer gut and the paint kept running.

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  56. Burt Macklin, Man Without FearMay 6, 2015 at 5:51 PM

    You're welcome.

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  57. *whips off Winter Soldier mask*

    I'm Gene Parmesan!

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  58. Jonathan MeisnerMay 6, 2015 at 5:51 PM

    I don't necessarily hate him but, I'll take Austin over him most days. Jericho's interviews are usually good, the 2 part with Lance Storm was great.

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  59. Best one was The Phantom at Halloween Havoc against Eddie

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  60. Definitely up there

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  61. Hated Cap 1, somewhere in those montages is an interesting movie but I guess they didn't feel right showing us THAT

    For me it's the second bottom on the list right above Guardians

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  62. Jonathan MeisnerMay 6, 2015 at 5:53 PM

    Ranked above Guardians? Guardians last? We're all entitled to our own opinions but, yeah.

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  63. Sounds ideal. Cats are better than kids anyways. They are quiet and clean themselves.

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  64. The montages were a throwback to the old 30s serials, though. It also showed that Cap had been fighting in this war for longer than a few battles. The montages were to showcase that he became this amazing super soldier and fought these amazing battles all through Europe.

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  65. Guardians was a crap movie with nostalgia piled on top to trick people into thinking it's good.

    At the end we don't even know what any of the characters powers are...amazing origin.

    Also, the climax of te movie is....friendship.

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  66. What are you favorite MCU movies?

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  67. If they threw their weight behind it though and did a winter soldier origin though???

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  68. And any of one those battles would've been more interesting than what we got

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  69. Aside from the music, what nostalgia? These were all original characters - certainly original for movie audiences.


    And what do you mean the character powers? Aside from Groot and Ronan, no one really had any powers.

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  70. 1) A1
    2) IM1
    3) Cap2

    After that they're kind of mix and match, like...I can't make a distinction between stuff like IM2 and Thor...they're equally alright

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  71. But would they have moved the story forward? No. And that's the point. Besides, you didn't think the mission where he lost Bucky was interesting?

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  72. Batista is super strong...or maybe he's not...who knows really

    Same with the woman, she may be enhanced, maybe not, the 2 hour origin movie didn't really care to explain lol

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  73. Don't get him started, Marv is the outlier on GOTG

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  74. Iron Man: ***
    The Incredible Hulk: ***
    Iron Man 2: **
    Thor: **
    Captain America: **3/4
    The Avengers: ***1/2
    Iron Man 3: ***
    Thor: The Dark World: **1/2
    Captain America - Winter Soldier: ***1/4
    Guardians of the Galaxy: ***
    Avengers - Age of Ultron: ***

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  75. Jonathan MeisnerMay 6, 2015 at 5:59 PM

    Off to see Avengers. Take it easy, fuckers.

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  76. Nowhere did the movie showcase or hint that Drax was strong. A tough fighter, yeah, but Ronan took him down like a jobber. Gamora wasn't enhanced, she was just a master assassin. Nebula was the same, just enhanced with bionics.

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  77. Burt Macklin, Man Without FearMay 6, 2015 at 5:59 PM

    Take it sleazy!

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  78. http://www.reddit.com/r/SquaredCircle/comments/34wuji/i_believe_vince_mcmahon_is_going_blind/



    I suppose, in retrospect, being a publicly owned company they would need to rush to discredit this though if untrue.

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  79. What stops Avengers going the full monty for you?

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  80. Jonathan MeisnerMay 6, 2015 at 6:00 PM

    That's later with the missus.

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  81. I dom't hate Jericho at all, but those two things are cringe inducing.

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  82. What was that based on back then? I don't even remember seeing him in the public eye at that point. Or was that why? Just curious

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  83. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©May 6, 2015 at 6:01 PM

    Speaking of Marvel films, did they edit out a line in the home release of Guardians of the Galaxy?
    In the scene when Groot sprouted those light up buds and when asked how did he do it, I clearly remember Peter saying "I think I know the answer, he grew...." when watching that film in theaters. Yet when I saw it again on DVD months later, it sounded like they dubbed the line over to make Peter say "I think I know the answer, I am Groot..."

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  84. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©May 6, 2015 at 6:01 PM

    Enjoy.

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  85. Having seen it twice in theatres, the line was always the latter.

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  86. Gotcha. There are still a couple MCU films I haven't seen. I guess I'll just wait for all 6 phases to conclude, and spend like $600 on a massive boxset.

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  87. Out of a wrestling five-snowflake scale

    Iron Man- ****3/4
    The Avengers- ****3/4
    GOTG- ****1/2
    Captain America: TWS- ****1/4
    Avengers: AoU- ***3/4
    Captain America- ***1/2
    Iron Man 3- ***1/2
    Iron Man 2- ***1/4
    Thor: TDW- ***1/4
    Thor- ***
    Incredible Hulk- **3/4

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  88. That's the other shitty part of that movie, a villain that can destroy worlds yet only uses his "throw them back a few feet" power because....no reason really

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  89. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©May 6, 2015 at 6:03 PM

    Really? I thought it was the other, it was dirtier and funnier.

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  90. Burt Macklin, Man Without FearMay 6, 2015 at 6:03 PM

    I'm going off the ***** scale too. For clarity lol.

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  91. Not a fan of Emma in any aspect really. Gotta think she will be cut whenever they make another round of those.

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  92. *shrug* If there's one flaw in the Marvel movies, it's the villains. A lot of them have been pretty ho-hum. Roman just joins that list. Really, it wasn't his movie, anyway.

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  93. There were awful tornadoes in Oklahoma earlier. Insurance estimates that there was tens of dollars worth of damage.

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  94. Plus it helps differentiate some of the three star stuff for me.

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  95. Not at all, I don't care for te goofy villain, I don't care for the nazi crap, I don't care for an evil army with a two handed salute lol

    It's all bad, that flick

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  96. Shelton BenjaminMay 6, 2015 at 6:04 PM

    Marv's achy boners

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  97. Burt Macklin, Man Without FearMay 6, 2015 at 6:05 PM

    I'm trying to avoid using half stars unless necessary.

    **=meh
    ***=good
    ****=great
    *****=greatest

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  98. Dude, it's WW2 and Cap's origin. Of COURSE it's going to involve Nazi's.


    Guess we'll have to agree to disagree because myself along with many others think it's one of the better Marvel movies. It's in the top 5 for me.

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  99. Enjoy, dickhead!

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  100. So they have no powers at all then? But can suck up a stone with their friendship?

    Movie made no sense

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  101. Shelton BenjaminMay 6, 2015 at 6:05 PM

    BUT SHE WAS HAWT

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  102. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©May 6, 2015 at 6:06 PM

    Yeah, Ronan is like the bottom of the barrel Marvel villain.

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  103. Go report on my size and girth.

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  104. They explained that. It's because of Quill's father being non-human, so Quill is not 100% human, himself. Yeah, the power of friendship was silly, but the movie was a team movie, so it was a team effort.

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  105. Shelton BenjaminMay 6, 2015 at 6:06 PM

    "I have my hand on pussy every night"

    See, it's all in how you present it

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  106. Thaddeus MountainMay 6, 2015 at 6:06 PM

    This.

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  107. I don't know about that. Iron Monger wasn't very good, either. Well, the final fight wasn't, anyway.

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  108. Enjoy, my friend

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  109. That and Star Lord isn't 100% human, so there's something not yet revealed that allowed him to hold it without being blown apart. We have to wait till Maury tells us who is his father

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  110. Thaddeus MountainMay 6, 2015 at 6:07 PM

    Enjoy, shithead!

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  111. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©May 6, 2015 at 6:07 PM

    But, Jeff Bridges man...

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  112. Enjoy it, jabroni

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  113. True. The Dude did make it more enjoyable, at least. He was still written as Generic Evil Corporate Guy, either way.

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  114. Shelton BenjaminMay 6, 2015 at 6:08 PM

    Enjoy, this batch of fresh baked cookies!

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  115. What I like about him though is that the film credibly builds his friendship with Tony and Pepper so they don't look like idiots when it turns out he's evil

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  116. Absolutely Anything looks pretty decent. Basically, a British version of Bruce Almighty starring Simon Pegg.

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  117. Welp, I'm gonna go continue watching Marvel movies myself. Doing it a bit slower than Sir Burt because I've been busy with other stuff. I'm about halfway through Iron Man 3, which is still pretty good in my mind.

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  118. She will find a way to steal the fan's hearts.

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  119. You mean it hit your house? Wait, that report would not cite damages but improvements.


    My bad.

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  120. Screw it, tonight I'm joining on the Marvel binge watch, since I'm getting a little weary of binge watching Cheers.

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  121. Loved it up until extremis pepper

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  122. I don't care for the way they did it, it's just so cartoony

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  123. Girth is a size.

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  124. JR's home alone is worth at least that much.

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  125. Burt Macklin, Man Without FearMay 6, 2015 at 6:11 PM

    Jeff Bridges was really lame as a villain I thought. It was rushed and his dialogue in the suit was pretty bad.

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  126. I didn't mind that. They'd been trying to slowly build Pepper up so she wasn't just a damsel in distress again.

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  127. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©May 6, 2015 at 6:11 PM

    If I have to rate from highest to lowest, here is my list.
    1. Winter Soldier
    2. The Avengers
    3. GotG
    4. Iron Man
    5. Captain America
    6. Age of Ultron
    7. Iron Man 2
    8. Thor
    9. Iron Man 3
    10. Dark World
    11. Incredible Hulk.

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  128. Do people watch non-superhero movies anymore?

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  129. This looks important! *yanks wires*

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  130. That's more the thing. The build up with him was fine, even if he was still more or less Generic Evil Corporate Guy. But once in the suit, it all kind of went down the flusher.

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  131. You'd know!

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  132. Yeah, it's always a bit jarring when I read movie reviews using the **** scale. I'm so used to the ***** scale, I usually have to stop and realize they use a different scale for movies.

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  133. Yeah but after summer is over

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  134. I think it was Hulk for me. At the end of Incredible Hulk, he seems to have the beast under control and defeats The Abomination. He runs from the scene and runs overseas. Fine. Then he comes back and he can't be Hulk because he'll tear things apart and kill everyone...BUT...he has it under control AGAIN and people can tell him what to do.

    And this continues into Ultron where he has things under control -- but he's afraid to turn because he'll "hurt people" -- even when he KNOWS that Witch doesn't have him under control.

    Pick a damn lane. Just have Banner control the beast. In the comics, Hulk can talk in complete sentences.

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  135. ...I'm not sure I understand the question.

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  136. Trailer disasters being a priority for you is not surprising.

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  137. Is Dark World the other Thor movie?

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  138. Rewatched winter soldier over weekend... Still awesome... Still loved the elevator "before we begin, does anyone want to get out?"

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  139. They just do nothing for me, even in summer. But I am looking forward to Jurassic World.

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  140. Or their wallets

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  141. Especially if he had a case of his BBQ sauce in his room.

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  142. Burt Macklin, Man Without FearMay 6, 2015 at 6:14 PM

    The first half of Iron Man 3 was on its way to best solo Marvel movie IMO. Mandarin gets under Tony's skin, blows up his house and casts him out. The turn is controversial. Personally it has grown on me. My issue with the second half of the movie is that Guy Pearce's character SUCKED and was uber un-interesting while Mandarin was more interesting--even after the turn.

    And Pepper winning the fight sucked.

    They just needed a better secondary villain if they were going to do the Mandarin reveal or have the Mandarin thing be a double bluff. Because I say again, Pearce's character was lame as hell.

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  143. See, that doesn't bother me. Norton even said in the movie that Hulk can't really be controlled. Aimed, at best, but that's it. Hulk is still a rampaging, uncontrollable monster for the most part, so he's still dangerous.


    Plus, the first time he hulks out in Avengers, it was also resulting from Loki and the sceptre nudging his mind.

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  144. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©May 6, 2015 at 6:14 PM

    Oh yes....

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  145. Eh, could have done that with her in the armor instead earlier... Plus, that was a perfect time to do a meaningful death

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  146. Didn't know there was a John Cena dead meme.

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  147. That's kinda bothersome too there's obviously SOMETHING going on with Banner but we never get to see it

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  148. Shelton BenjaminMay 6, 2015 at 6:15 PM

    Question about one of the Iron Man's:

    Forget which one, but the ads showed Tony jumping out of the plane saying "miss me!" to Pepper.

    It never showed up in the movie itself.

    I hate when they do that.

    Also, fun fact: I never knew of her existence in the comics till the movies, even though I read it throughout the 90's.

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  149. Burt Macklin, Man Without FearMay 6, 2015 at 6:15 PM

    Some people are just Damsels in distress. Pepper ain't a fighter. She has been given enough in the 3 Iron Man movies that she doesn't feel like she's useless or weak. She just shouldn't be involved in the climaxatory brawl that defeats the villain, IMO.

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  150. Then I have seen 7 of those pictures.

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  151. Michael Cole with the loaded question!

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  152. If I had to rank Woody Allen films, limited to top ten... it'd be:
    1. Annie Hall
    2. Hannah and Her Sisters
    3. Manhattan
    4. Crimes and Misdemeanors
    5. Midnight in Paris
    6. Match Point
    7. Deconstructing Harry
    8. Interiors
    9. Purple Rose of Cairo
    10. Radio Days

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  153. Burt Macklin, Man Without FearMay 6, 2015 at 6:16 PM

    This is a wrestling site. ***** motherfucker!!

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  154. My Avengers listing:


    1) Winter Soldier
    2) Guardians of the Galaxy
    3) Avengers
    4) Captain America 1
    5) Age of Ultron
    6) Thor
    7) Iron Man
    8) Iron Man 3
    9) Dark World
    10) Iron Man 2
    11) Hulk


    The top three could easily be interchangeable to fit in any of the first three spots.

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  155. My favorite thing about Pepper is that they never explain the nickname. Her real name is Virginia.

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  156. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©May 6, 2015 at 6:17 PM

    Yep, never made it in the film. I thought he yelled back at her, "You complete me!"
    How do you think I felt when Ultron didn't directly say to the camera "There are no strings on me" like he did in the trailer.

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  157. Holy shit what a dickhead!

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  158. I've seen nine of those... Was magic in the moonlight his?

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  159. Never seen a Woodie Allen movie, I think because y the time I was of the right age he was already famous for molesting

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  160. I thought how Ultron did it in the movie was MUCH creepier.

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  161. Burt Macklin, Man Without FearMay 6, 2015 at 6:18 PM

    Everyone is stealing my thunder with these MCU rankings! I can't even give my whole list until I'm done with the rewatch.

    Currently:

    1. Iron Man ****
    2. Thor ****
    3. Iron Man 2 ***
    4. Hulk **

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  162. Shelton BenjaminMay 6, 2015 at 6:18 PM

    My Avengers listing:

    1) First
    2) Second
    3) Third
    4) Fjord
    5) Fifth of jack
    6) 66
    7) Ninth
    8) ┌( ಠ_ಠ)┘
    9) Also ninth
    10) Batman symbol
    11) What these go up to

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  163. F'ing phone...nine should have been none

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  164. Burt Macklin, Man Without FearMay 6, 2015 at 6:18 PM

    I've not seen nor even heard of any of those lol.

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  165. These lists are stupid. Everybody know Highlander won the Academy Award for Best Movie Ever Made.

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  166. Annie Hall is the one that beat out Star Wars for the Best Picture Oscar. It's quite good.

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  167. 1) Captain America: Winter Soldier
    2) Avengers: Age of Ultron
    3) Avengers
    4) Iron Man
    5) Guardians of the Galaxy
    6) Captain America: The First Avenger
    7) Thor
    8) Iron Man 3
    9) Iron Man 2
    10) Thor: The Dark World
    11) Incredible Hulk


    I didn't hate any of them.

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  168. "Yep Mode" Abeyance Brown ©May 6, 2015 at 6:20 PM

    We needed that creepy version of "I Got No Stings" somewhere, I know you hear the regular version for like a second but we needed the better version.

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  169. Well, actually, wasn't it because the barge they were on blew up and Hulk and Widow ended up below deck? Banner was struggling on the floor and Widow tried to tell him not to be angry from being hurt.

    He really wasn't "under control" of Loki's scepter. On top of that, he wanted to hurt Widow...but then, with NO explanation, he's able to stand side by side with the other heroes (even with Widow -- the person he wanted to hurt) and fight and listen to Captain America.

    It just seemed so selective to me...but, eh. Still enjoyable.

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  170. I love the mythology of it. Before, you'd just get a couple of movies then a hard reboot with no conclusion to the previous story. Now we have plotting and arcs with endgames in mind; it's like following a TV show but on the big screen, with every episode having a $200m budget.

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  171. Magic in the Moonlight was one of his, but unfortunately, not one of his better ones.

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  172. The first Woody Allen movie I ever saw was Curse of the Jade Scorpion. I've seen others since, like Manhattan and Annie Hall, but Curse holds a spot in my heart just because it was the first one.


    Plus, it has my favourite line in any movie:
    "You know what they call someone who thinks everyone's out to get them, don't you?"
    "Of course I do. It's called perceptive!"

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  173. Owens' Montreal accent adds to his dickishness.

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  174. Shelton BenjaminMay 6, 2015 at 6:20 PM

    That's what she said

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  175. I saw ze Highlander movie! It was shit!

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  176. As you can see by my lists, I like movies that change the game a lot.

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  177. Honestly, I wouldn't be surprised if marvel cracked some subliminal shit...every rewatch, I like each one better than the last time

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  178. I have seen 7 MCU pictures. I don't particularly remember any of them but I have a generally good impression in my mind.

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  179. I'm not even like...against molesting and raping a girl invited into your home under the auspices of caring for her...

    It just kinda kept me from ever checking out the movies.

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  180. Burt Macklin, Man Without FearMay 6, 2015 at 6:22 PM

    If they could have gotten him for a second movie they should have waited to reveal his villainy to Tony and save that for a second movie. Having Tony just go back to where he was kidnapped and defeat the main guy in Tony's prototype is a good climax. Then in his dying breath the guy tells Tony who hired him. DUH DUH DUH!

    Btw, "the guy" is the main guy who kidnapped Tony and held him in the cave. Can't think of his name and don't wanna describe him as terrorist.

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  181. God that was bad.

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  182. That was what turned him, of course, yeah, but his mind was already weakened from spending all that time with the sceptre. He nearly lost it until they managed to point out he was holding it. Then it all went to hell when Barton blew up the ship.


    But yeah, he hulked up because of the explosion and landing below deck, but Loki had already weakened his mind. They never outright say it, but it's more in the visuals before the explosion.

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  183. Huh, that one I actually liked, but I'm a sucker for Emma

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  184. Someone mentioned SW up for Best Picture; I always forget Alec Guinness was up for Best Supporting Actor as Obi Wan as well, mainly because I only think of his resentment of the films.

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  185. Shelton BenjaminMay 6, 2015 at 6:23 PM

    I'm reading a novel. How iPad

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  186. I like how Ewan McGregor even said he hated doing those movies.


    Obi-Wan, the role everyone hates.

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  187. I love the slow build of the elevator getting more goons on each stop

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  188. I had no idea that movie was up for best picture, I'd always figured the 70's had good films and that schlock would've never gotten nominated.

    What went wrong in 1977?

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