Been watching a lot of Cartoon Network's sister channel Boomerang lately. I always was a cartoon junkie, so to have a channel with the classics is exhilarating to me. I wish that they had Swat Kats:The Radical Squadron on more than just once at midnight every weeknight. Hard to believe it debuted twenty years ago today, seems like just last week.
Ran through nearly all of this....ridiculous show.
I see what the hype is about now.
Gonna save Season 8 though.
(Debra is hot)
This is a trip....
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Been watching the new Eastbound and Down season. My favourite show right now. Really enjoyed the first two episodes. Danny McBride is a funny dude.
Yesterday, I watched Pacific Rim. Piece of shit movie. Terrible acting. Cliche plot. What a piece of shit. Don't watch it.
"I hate them and I wish death among them!" - Mahatma Gandhi
Dead Man Down
Excellent flick, the story is cliché but it has some interesting twists and good acting and directing.
A Good Day To Die Hard
Fucking weak! Laughably bad over-acting all the way through.
^^^^^BREAKING IN 2017
Hangover Part III, not funny anymore.
Fast & Furious 6, starts off really cliché but turns into an ok movie.
Star Trek: Into Darkness, entertaining, not as strong as the first, mainly because of the story.
The Machinist, dope flick, Christian Bale looks pretty crazy in this, one of my favorite actors.
Warm Bodies, meh.. bit slow (duh, he's a zombie) but entertaining enough for as long as it lasts.
G.I. Joe, retalliation, wasn't impressed, the first one was better.
Green Lantern, wanted to see it again and liked it better than the first time. Peter Sarsgaard played the worst movie villain ever though, seriously, what was the point?
Appaloosa, nice western, good acting.
Hodejegerne (Headhunters), Dope and gritty Norwegian thriller.
Man of Steel, movie of the year IMO.
A Company Man, Korean flick, dude turns against the company of killers he used to work for. Pretty good. Could've done with a little less love story.
Gangster Squad, tries to be a superhero movie in 1940's L.A. ruled by gangsters, would've prefered something like L.A. Confidential. Cliché but entertaining.
The Great Gatsby, started off as a cool movie but got boring halfway through.
Was watching The 4400 on Netflix but that bored me to death so I don't think I'll watch the last 1 1/2 seasons.
After that Arrested Development. Pretty good but also kinda boring in the long run.
Now I'm watching Hell on Wheels. Very impressing so far.
I'm on some ol' skool shitttt
lately I've been watching the wire, dope