I’ve got a lot of snaketivity today.
I’M LITERALLY YELLING RIGHT NOW AND TYPING IN ALL CAPS BECAUSE I WANT TO MAKE SURE YOU UNDERSTAND JUST HOW UPSET I AM, OR HOW INDIGNANT I AM, OR HOW MUCH I AGREE WITH SOMETHING SOMEONE SAID ABOUT A THING, OR HOW CUTE SOMETHING IS!!!!!!!
Boys and girls in cars
Dogs and birds on lawns
It works for me.
@raiselm You can also use the hole in your desk for this.
Ugh. “Believe” is just not good.
I had high hopes for this show, what with the names attached and all. But there are instantly so many things working against what should be a solid premise. The acting, save for Delroy Lindo, is atrocious. Tate, the anti-hero who, I guess we’re supposed to like, is decidedly unlikeable on multiple levels. The female henchman (henchwoman?) is over the top bad, and desperately needs a stunt double to perform all of her roundhouse kicks because hers are awful. And the little girl is obnoxious.
The silliness of the action is also bad enough to prevent the suspension of disbelief that must take place in sci-fi. And I’m not even talking about the premise of a girl with telekinetic powers. Just the simple things. For instance, in one sequence, Tate and the evil lady are fighting in a hospital hallway. The little girl sneaks up behind evil lady and injects her with something, causing her vision to blur. A few moments later, evil lady breaks into a cabinet and injects herself with something to counteract the first drug. What was it? How could we know when SHE didn’t even bother to look at it?
At this point, I don’t think the presence of J.J. Abrams and Alfonso Cuaron as EPs will be enough for me to give it a second chance. It’s just so bad!
TMTT (Too Much Truthful Tuesday)
When you’re wearing a long-ish coat, it’s a bad idea to fart. It’s like a tent of bad smell. Dorm flashbacks.