Alias (or perhaps change): Felicia "Snoop" Pearson
@ThePickle: Dark Knight Rises. Go through a good portion of those images and some of the fan posters/art (some of which I've already deleted) just isn't up to snuff by any means.
Okay, some of that stuff is pretty questionable. But if you're looking for something in particular, like movie stills or posters, it's easy to ignore it as long as they're sorted properly.
As long as it's organized correctly and put into the proper galleries I have no problem with it. And some of that stuff is really great if you like the movie. Maybe you could give some examples of the type of stuff you're talking about? Because when I hear "fan art" I immediately think of Olly Moss.
They really need to just ditch the new writers and make the site all community all the time. Maybe some aspiring engineers in the community could take care of some of the bugs? Or just sell it to CBS for a few pesos and have a skeleton crew maintain stuff. The writers still are missing stuff like periods and not randomly capitalizing words in the middle of sentences, as well as the more complex stuff like bad articles and lack of non-written content. They make the site look like crap. Having dedicated users who know their shit in the forefront and take the site back to when it was cool and classy, but also professional and respectable.
Basically, give the community the keys to the site. Let us run it into the ground or take it to new heights. But BermanBraun has had the site for awhile and things have only slightly improved from the dire state they were in. It's just fucking irresponsible to buy a site and then do nothing but send some unknown writers over to do some shitty articles.
I was seeing ads for it during Breaking Bad at every break. First I just saw the promo art and thought it might be a comedy or something. Like Paul Blart and Taxi Driver. But then I saw the show itself in another ad for it and it looks like Jersey Shore or some shit. Damnit AMC, what the hell's going on? And an extra fuck you for embedding the preview for BB's next ep in that shit.
Short answer: The Academy awards a very specific kind of film. Fellowship of the Ring was not that specific kind of film
Long answer: Because the concept of giving awards for something that is almost entirely subjective is pointless and moronic. You were unsatisfied with the outcome of the awards, but if you were satisfied and FOTR got the award, the people who loved A Beautiful Mind and hated Fellowship would be in your shoes. Who's to say that Lord of the Rings is better or worse that A Beautiful Mind? How can you judge one performance versus another? Especially when you're dealing with different genres? Judging movies on their own merit is one thing, but comparing different movies is another, very dumb, thing.
All in all, Woody Allen was right.
The show's taken kind of a drop in quality for me. Particularly with the character of Neil. He was fine in the first two episodes but especially in the latest one his humor is just way to broad. It seems way out of place and is taking away from the more interesting parts of the show. Also we're getting less Mac, or at least it seems that way.
And dude, lay off the Coldplay.
Thought it was a very strong opening. Rarely do we see episodes of serialized dramas with clear cut beginnings, middles, and ends. While the main story still needs closure, we saw Walt/Jesse/Mike identify a problem, come up with a plan, and execute that plan fully. Also, Walt, Mike, and Jesse is a great combination, hope we see more of that.
Also, WHAT THE HELL WAS UP WITH THAT OPENING. Walt looks like Gary Whitta. And he's got an M60. And he's got a new identity. But he's still eating at Denny's.
It's an action movie with a big name as a great character in the lead, and you're surprised it's getting a sequel? It's like Die Hard getting a sequel. Initially it seems weird but in practice it's not bad at all. Let's wait until we have some more info and maybe a trailer before we starting writing this one off because it's a sequel.
Only on Community will an episode like this come off as "meh." It had great stuff, mainly the Troy/Abed bits, but I was not fully entertained by the rest of it. It seemed a little lazy. The writing behind exposing the cliches was actually kind of bad. And the whole thing just fell apart at the climax. The ending saved it a little but overall it was good not great.