Sequels fail nearly as often as they're greenlit, which explains why I was surprised to find that some of TVs most iconic shows were given sequels that should never have been made.
There's no better time of year to tell a personal tale of a tiny moment in my own life when kindness, happiness, respect, and all of those wonderful holiday feelings were something more than some words.
Just when we thought some of the old annoyances of the 20th century had died out, they come roaring back new, improved, upgraded, and intensified.
I've spent many hours of my life watching these stupid videos, trying to make sense of them and trying to figure out how their games could have been played.
If you've got the proper mindset, when you do these things today, tomorrow, and every day after that, you'll feel like you're living a movie.
Holidays either don't age well in the time between childhood and adulthood, or the joy remains the same but the purpose of the day changes entirely.
Box art is supposed to give me a rudimentary idea of what I'm going to be getting myself into before I play the game. A lot of times, I had no idea what in the holy hell I was looking at.
A very small group of actors are fortunate enough (or unfortunate, in some cases) to be the owners of achievements unique to them, achievements that are almost impossible for anyone else to duplicate.
I searched through thousands of covers and found that cover artists stopped caring about originality sometime in 1982.
If I'm going to buy a thing and its intended purpose is to get dirty, I'm not going to go for the most expensive version of that thing. Some people who are mega-rich apparently don't have that understanding.