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Let's make a toast to the golden age of trading B.S. for cash, from before the time when a quick internet search could tell us the difference between a legitimate businessman and a jerk.
Yes, people die during these races.
We are happy to heap praise on our future eight-legged overlords.
Ever find yourself longingly watching families holding hands? Slowing down time when a child runs into the arms of their smiling dad, like in a bad Hallmark commercial? You might be feeling the symptoms of having an estranged father.
Dear Hollywood: How about releasing a movie that isn't about something that happened, like, six seconds ago?
Life is just a constant disappointment.
Hollywood understands as much about the human body as I understand about Eritrean politics.
Sometimes you can pick up a 'mature' film and a family-friendly one and realize they're telling the same damn story.
Everything was better back in the day. But were they? We're not sure, seeing as how a lot of our complaints about modern cinema go back far longer than you'd think.
Ahh September, the leaves are changing into autumnal shades of yellow, red and orange, the air has a chilly bite, and movie theaters are being inundated with 'Based on a True Story' Oscar-bait.
Ahh September, the leaves are changing into autumnal shades of yellow, red and orange, the air has a...
There's cool shit going on in space and all the news can report on is Brangelina splitting up.
We know Hollywood is out of touch, but this is ridiculous.
As the 2016 election approaches its home stretch, Donald Trump is still finding time to invent basically everything he does.
The wizarding world has much more pressing problems than He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named. We have multiple catastrophes-which-must-be-fixed.
NBC is actively endorsing Trump, all while pretending they cut ties well over a year ago with the man they helped make a star.
In terms of blockbusters, 2016 has been a bog of farts. However, there are some not-so-fart-smelling movies on the way.
Beneath the surface, many of your favorite games are a chaotic pile of code barely held together by the work of sleep-deprived programmers.