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  1. You either don’t care enough about wrestling and aren’t there for the right reasons or you're a mark who’s too into wrestling and doesn’t treat it like a business.
  2. Especially considering Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher were just in a similar situation and nearly tanked their careers.
  3. The Answer: Beatles Cinematic Universe The Question: How do you get a greenlight on a Ringo Starr biopic?
  4. Sure, the pigs are always going to eat up their slop, that’s abundantly clear.
  5. I think he’s talking about S.D. Jones. They tagged briefly, and Jones passed from some kind of stroke-related brain bleed.
  6. I thought about this on my last watch too. I’m pretty sure Paulie compromised with the Lucchesi family so it’d be one of his for one of theirs. They wanted satisfaction and were reasonably sure it was someone from Paulie’s outfit. Of the three, Tommy is clearly the easiest one to point the finger at for Batts, plus he’s the biggest liability. Jimmy is an earner and Henry hadn’t become unreliable yet.
  7. The Corman FF starts with adult Reed boarding with the Storms and Sue being like twelve.
  8. Some eagle-eyed viewers realized Madame Web reused B-unit footage from Spider-Man 2. This is going to be one of those movies where we keep finding out weird stuff about the production for years to come.
  9. Holy shit, I didn’t know Adam Scott was in that, and I never would have guessed who he was playing. At least he’ll eventually be able to provide some insight to his buddies at How Did This Get Made.
  10. I understand not rushing to accuse people, especially based on a general distaste for their public persona or reputation; however, there’s been a major overcorrection in an attempt at fairness.
  11. I kind of hope Krasinski keeps showing up in different shows and movies as Reed variants who eat shit within minutes of appearing on screen.
  12. That got me thinking about how the hell Christopher Lloyd ended up in a Hulk Hogan vehicle between Back to the Future III and The Addams Family. The only thing I can think of is that he signed on to Suburban Commando when Schwarzenegger was potentially still going be the lead.
  13. “Uptight urbanite Jason Segal moves to the backwoods to finally write his novel and discovers his neighbor is a Stone Cold Steve Austin type” could absolutely have been a comedy that I watched on Netflix or Prime in the past decade and forgot every moment of as soon as it was over.
  14. If she ever hosts SNL again, the sketch with Christian Grey tying her up and reading the Madame Web reviews to her writes itself.
  15. I fully expect Cruise to be in Les Grossman mode.
  16. Happy to see tuxedoed Wolverine.
  17. I’m not saying he deserved an Oscar nomination for Central Intelligence. But also I am.
  18. The Canyons definitely felt like his last gasp, so everything from First Reformed onward has been a pleasant surprise.
  19. The New York Times piece on the production of The Canyons is infinitely more entertaining than the movie. https://www.nytimes.com/2013/01/13/magazine/here-is-what-happens-when-you-cast-lindsay-lohan-in-your-movie.html
  20. Let’s get real, there’s a history of sexual sadism inside all-male locker rooms in sports in general, and it’s been notoriously bad in wrestling. Because it’s ultimately about power, the “ribs” like the eyebrow shaving seemed to overlap to the women who were abused while the sexual abuse aspects were often present in the ribs on the men.
  21. Hey so was Mullholland Drive. Ooh, now I want Maui to fight the dumpster monster lady.
  22. They’ve finally disappeared so far up their own asses that they have a sequel to a movie in post-production and a remake of the same movie in pre-production.
  23. If memory serves, Tribute to the Troops was JBL’s idea, and he’s probably been jazzed to take credit for it until right now.
  24. My supremely genteel grandmother was one of those old people who would just show up at the movie theater and see whatever showtime was coming up soon, so she saw Superbad and enjoyed it. Of course, she also took me to both Kill Bills because I was underage and would watch the Candyman and Hannibal Lecter movies without batting an eye.
  25. Had a thought: What’s the most wholesome R-rated movie? Sweet, breezy, and not especially filthy, but a hard R nonetheless. I’m thinking My Cousin Vinny or Planes, Trains, and Automobiles.
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