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|Jamie Casino 2 Minute Super Bowl Commercial - Casino's Law|
In a world, ruled by crime and corruption, where innocence is sold and the law is another commodity to be bought, justice takes a backseat to profit.
This summer, attorney Jamie Casino is calling shotgun.
|Lawnmower Man (whole movie)|
This, Hackers, Cool as Ice.
Never a more 90s trilogy ever made.
|Mad Men - Carousel Scene|
Is that Pan Am show still on? Looked like they were going for Mad Men on planes.
I imagine that, somewhere in the pilot episode, one character remarks on how huge these new jet airliners are. "It's almost as big as a computer!"
|Mad Men - Carousel Scene|
Not only is it boring, it just annoys me how lazy the appeal is.
Archaisms! What's this nonsense about cigarettes being unhealthy? As a smoking doctor, I can tell you they're much more safe than this "pill". At least the negros still know their place as they serve me my hourly drink. Wow look at all these high tech electric typewriters and state of the art switchboard! Hey, did you know we actually have a Jew working in the mail room? MY STETSON/FEDORA FASHION STATEMENT: VALIDATED, MOTHERFUCKER!
Advertising! The single laziest career for a character when you want to appeal to boring people who consider themselves creative. Lounge around for weeks in a posh office and all you'll ever have to do is come up with a last second slogan for three minute meetings. If the client is a rich hot heiress, you'll get to bang her after.
Meanwhile, back to Betty being sad...
|Super Mario Bros. 3 Commercial |
In terms of blind devotion, late 80s early 90s Nintendo was the closest thing America had to the Hitler Youth. Instead of astronauts, every kid dreamed of becoming a Nintendo game counselor which was really just a shitty minimum wage call center job.
If Nintendo Power had offered a free NES game to any kid who murdered their entire family, they would have done it.
|Dark Souls modded to remove limits on enemy aggro range|
Dark Souls 2 is probably the first game I'm going to buy at launch in god knows how long. Get in while the multiplayer is alive and before all the catasses take over.
Dark Souls multiplayer was fun the 2% of the time you could actually get an invasion. Few online experiences can compare to trolling people with the dragon great bow.
I couldn't get into the Scott Pilgrim game either. It's really hard to describe but it felt like it lacked some sort of omph to it.
|MARS NEEDS MOMS 'No Broccoli' Clip|
Bloom County was the most brilliant newsprint comic strip of all time.
Holy shit though did Brethed's work exponentially get crappier with each comeback. It seems like his work got worse and worse the more he made it about parenthood.
|American Horror Story - Name game song|
Yeah pretty much. I tried the very first episode but it was so ridiculous I couldn't tell if it was a parody or not. It almost seemed like a Scary Movie with all the pop culture references taken out.
Not sure which part was more ridiculous: expecting us to be scared by a haunted gimp suit, or the idea of a 62 year old Jessica Lange playing the mother to a teenager, married to a man half her age, and being upset that them trying to have another kid hadn't been working out.
|Batman reprimands unruly citizen, discusses encounter with equable Spidermen|
Wasn't there another video of a Batman by the Chinese theater getting into a scuffle where he had to be calmed down by a Spiderman? The one where one woman bystander goes, "The police are on their way, Batman!"
Are these the same guys, or does the good cop bad cop dynamic just run with every Batman/Spiderman duo?
|Attack on GabeN|
Probably the feeling of having wasted money on games you'll never get around to playing, scooping them up like crazy just because they're on sale.
|Seattle man tackles an armed robber to protect his iPhone.|
Was the gun even loaded? Or did the guy just choose not to shoot?
|The Adventures of Edward The Less|
Was Bonnie Hammer the one responsible for the SyFy rebrand?
|Battle Masters - Board James - Cinemassacre.com|
Every video reviewer who gets famous is obligated to bring along their less talented and funny friends into the act.
|The Final Season of Dexter In Under A Minute|
The Killing was interesting in that it seemed like an experiment to remake Twin Peaks as a serious drama. The cover art is almost the same and so is the tagline, the location, the cause of death, the scene where the parents find out, the mayoral candidate and his assistant being serious versions of Ben & Jerry Horne, and discovering that the dead girl might have been WORKING AS AN ESCORT AT A CASINO ACROSS THE LAKE.
That last one is so specific it's pretty much outright admitting the influence.
|The Final Season of Dexter In Under A Minute|
I recently started watching this and just hit the beginning of season 3....ouch.
What is it with good shows turning crap at season 3? Dexter, Homeland, The Killing.
|Computers Are People, Too! (1982)|
It's funny how the depiction of computers in movies has grown less glamorous as time goes on. I guess sort of how everyone in the 60s thought we'd be colonizing Jupiter by now.
80s: computers are gateways into alternate worlds, are sentient beings, and can create life.
90s: no longer magical Narnia portals (except virtual reality), but they control EVERYTHING! Hack the computers, control the world. Hacking via outlandish virtual reality graphics.
00s & beyond: tools to be hacked for mere real world info. Hacking is done via a lame 2D GUI now.
|Anthony Bourdain Goes to Detroit|
Williamsburg is 100% gentrified now where the only people who can afford to live there are trust fund art school hipsters and the hasidic jewish community who own the properties.
It dives off SHARPLY into a ghetto if you head east to the next neighborhood, Bushwick, and beyond. You'll find occasional upscale-ish tenant buildings for clumps of hipsters trying to branch out east.
The native locals refer to those buildings as "the ATM".
|Susan 313 sarah silverman's failed nbc pilot|
Whoah whoah whoah. You're complaining about a comedian using too many bodily function grossout jokes (Louie has made 2 fart jokes total as far as I remember) and then hold Sarah fucking Silverman up as a counter example???
|Silent Hill HD Collection Review|
Loses a star for terrible humor, but it's still an interesting breakdown of how lazy and totally missing the point "MAKE IT ALL HIGH REZ!" they went.
I remember the PC port of Resident Evil 4 had the same problem. They upped the resolution because PC nerds would stroke over anything less than 1680x1050. In the process they stripped out all lighting and depth of field, giving everything a flat dull boring look.