|Chocolate Jesus |
I agree with you on this one Mr. Jesus. Two stars because.
I will say that it's funnier than its long-running animated brethren like Family Guy and The Simpsons, but you basically have to have a copy of Us Weekly on your coffee table to get a majority of the jokes. The whole Lorde storyline was lost on me as much as the "what would Brian Boitano Do" from the movie; in the latter an obscure reference may have been the point, but in the former, why not just make it Lady Gaga's a dude in drag or someone else everyone's heard of? I dunno. That being said, Cannibal is one of the funniest movies I've ever seen, especially when hungover. And when I was working Mormon I liked how Mormons were flocking to it, despite the little disclaimers I'd have to give before selling tickets to an entire family for a thousand dollars. As much as I don't like organized religion, the Mormons had a good sense of humor about that one.
Fractured butthole. Hur, hur, hur.
I met Matt and Trey (sorta) in a skype meeting one time and they seemed like nice people but damned if they aren't stuck in "things that will make 14 year-old-boys-giggle" mentality for all of eternity. Actually that doesn't sound so bad!
Stick of Truth was the first video game I had bought in years, and I enjoyed the ever-loving hell out of it, so I do look forward to this one. 3 stars for pH balance.
The first game was great, especially Ultima-Canada near the end. It was 'South Park' and I don't watch 'South Park' that much at all anymore, but it was still 22 hours of solid fun and children beating the shit out of each other with LARP superpowers. I am more excited for this than I am for Fallout 4. Five for countering and not getting the hate.
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