Wyatt Earp is better in every way but the pacing. That movie would have worked better as a Hatfields and McCoys style miniseries, but as a movie it's just overlong to the point where the whole really starts to suffer from the excess. » 10/30/14 2:44pm Yesterday 2:44pm

This seems like a statement you're not going to be able to back up. Incorrect on a magnitude equal to being an outright lie told for no other purpose than to misinform the populace about one of mankind's greatest, most historic achievements? I'm going to say that we don't even come close to this. » 10/30/14 10:51am Yesterday 10:51am

It seems like Amityville Horror should have been number 1. Kind of surprised—given some of the ones that make the list—that The Shining isn't on here. Sure, the Scatman Crothers character dies, as dpes Jack. But in death, Jack manages to somehow be transported back in time...or something. Depending on how you look at… » 10/30/14 10:35am Yesterday 10:35am

There's a reason it's not done in a single time-lapse shot and is instead a bunch of different shots with all kinds of jump cuts. Most likely, he painted the pumpkin with bits of sugar water (or something like it—the dude clearly owns the squirrel as a pet so he'd clearly know what squirrels like as a treat, I am… » 10/30/14 5:29am Yesterday 5:29am

I guess I am a bit of a fuddy duddy when it comes to this feature. I don't see the point of the drunk museum review. I kind of see the point of sometimes going to a museum when you've had a few, but a feature devoted to getting sloshed and then going to a museum? It's the kind of self-indulgent juvenile bullshit that… » 10/30/14 5:09am Yesterday 5:09am

Not to contradict your DC hate, but Hulk is referred to as "the Big Guy" and "the Other Guy" until the final set piece of the Avengers; Iron Man isn't named until the final scene of his origin picture; Cap is named early, but in a way that treats the name like a joke—he's rarely ever called "Captain America" after… » 10/29/14 8:35pm Wednesday 8:35pm

That's a pretty self-serving analogy. I mean, she's a silly, self-absorbed young woman. Her interpretation of the world will be seen through that lens. Understandably. But I am pretty sure this album can be discussed without devolving into a discussion of her private life. Suggesting otherwise is a rationalization for… » 10/29/14 1:39pm Wednesday 1:39pm

She's probably the least worthy of the bunch, though. The scene definitely seems written to get to the moment where she lifts it somewhere in the final act, but I hope not. Not just because it's completely illogical that she would be more worthy than Steve, but because it feels so telegraphed, and even if I didn't… » 10/29/14 4:30am Wednesday 4:30am

So I guess that means Danvers gets her origin tacked onto Avengers 3 part 1. That's more or less how I figured they would do that. I was hoping it would have been tacked onto GotG, but whatever. This news leads me to assume—based on nothing whatever—that Mar Vell is Star Lord's father. » 10/28/14 11:54am Tuesday 11:54am

I don't know that I have ever met an adult who believes in this "agency" brand of evolution. I have known plenty of people who fundamentally misunderstand the concept, but I don't think I've ever heard of a grown up suggesting that a species consciously decides its distinguishing attributes. » 10/28/14 10:52am Tuesday 10:52am

I don't think Skye's development into a field agent is very well earned. The Simmons and Fitz stuff is better, though Fitz's delusions have been handled a bit too casually. It's kind of a big deal when somebody is seeing and talking to somebody who isn't there, and basically nobody seems to notice—and those who do,… » 10/28/14 10:38am Tuesday 10:38am