So, the first episode of Sailor Moon Crystal hit various streaming sites today. I just watched it with my roommate (I was thinking of watching it this morning, but if I watched it without her, she would have murdered the fuck out of me) and I have thoughts about it.
I think that may be one too many colons in the title of this post, but I’m not really sure how to remedy that. Anyway, I was going to write this post much earlier, but I am a terrible procrastinator. Then my regular computer died. Thankfully, I have a laptop that’s only slightly less awesome than my desktop at playing games, so that isn’t as awful as it could have been. Anyway, enough excuses. On to the review!
So, I was browsing through Tumblr (as I do) when the Black Widow poster for the upcoming film Captain America: The Winter Soldier popped up on my dash. For the few people who have yet to see it, it looks like this:
So, I was looking at it, and it looks a little off. And then it hit me: she looks broken. And I don’t mean psychologically or emotionally broken; I mean it fucking looks like someone physically broke her.
I mean, look at this clusterfuck. Her arms look like they’re ten feet long. Is Scarlett Johansson secretly a Stretch Armstrong doll? Also, where did her internal organs go? Her waist’s been photoshopped to be as wide as her jaw, for Christ’s sake!
And what is up with her pose? It looks extremely awkward, and not dynamic at all. She looks like an action figure. A poorly proportioned action figure.
I mean, is this supposed to be sexy? Because it’s really not. It’s just awkward and wrong.
Those are Mountain Dew flavored Cheetos. From Japan (naturally).
Part of me kinda wants to try them just to see what they taste like. And another part of me just threw up in my mouth.
I’m pretty sure most of you are pretty familiar with Allie Brosh’s blog of the same title. If you aren’t, go ahead and click the link and read it, as it is fucking hilarious and everybody should read it.
So, I got the book for Christmas this year from my lovely older sister and figured I’d tell everybody what I thought of it. In short, I loved it.
All right, I know I said I was going to post this on Monday, but that didn’t happen, mainly because I wasn’t sure where to start. Not to mention the fact that I am far too easily distracted, and a chronic procrastinator.
Long story short, I actually liked this movie. A lot.
As evidenced by this video.
Yup. Someone took The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, and then made a mod that replaced all the dragons with Thomas The Tank Engine. Now, I’ve only played a little bit of Skyrim, but I simply cannot stop laughing.
Speaking of dragons, I just got back from watching The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. As it is currently rather late and I have to get up early tomorrow to go to work, I shall give my opinion on the movie tomorrow.