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    >Doesn't get called for Delay of Game. >Still throws a pick. Justice FTW.
  2. NFL Week 11 GDT

    Looked like pretty clear INT to me. If that doesn't warrant a non-call reversal on a challenge, then I don't know what does. The new INT challenge rule might as well not even exist since it's useless.
  3. NFL Week 11 GDT

    Justin Tucker missed a 43 yarder right in the middle of the field? Are we in the Twilight Zone?
  4. It was my first exposure to "Bring me to Life", can't go wrong with that.
  5. Random Game Talk

    It won't be for long. Trust me, microtransactions are coming, and it'll only be a matter of time before they sneak in post-review loot boxes just like they did with BO4.
  6. Myles Garrett suspended indefinitely

    Well-deserved, but no suspension for trying to yank his helmet off and initiating the fight, r u srs?
  7. Whoever said Kingdom of Heaven was spot on. I watched the DC a couple of days ago, and holy ish, this version is much better. The DC turns a by-the-numbers war/fantasy movie with gaping plot holes into a great movie. Why they cut out so many important plot points from the TC, I have no clue... oh wait, nevermind, I think I have the answer right here. Oh and apparently Sucker Punch got a DC that was R, not just an Unrated cut, but an actual/official R-rated cut, I'll have to check that out. I thought I remember noticing that they cut stuff out in the theatrical release, turns out I was right in my suspicions.
  8. Movies & TV News/Buzz Thread

    New Sonic trailer: Trailer and design looks much better now. I mean, it's still probably gonna suck (as videogame-based movies usually do), but at least this Sonic isn't gonna rape me in my dreams.
  9. What movie are you watching?

    I finally got around to watching the much-lauded Director's Cut of Kingdom of Heaven that everyone says was so much better... and it was. Why Fox thought it was a good idea to remove so many important plot points from the TC, I have no clue... oh wait, nevermind, I think I know: it's because that idiot Tom Rothman was the head of Fox at the time. And now he's running Sony into the ground, go figure. Seriously, that guy's track record is dreadful.
  10. Week 10 Games

    This is one of the only times I'll root for Dallas to win. LOL.
  11. NFL Week 10 GDT

    And there's the dagger.
  12. NFL Week 10 GDT

    They had the #1 D in 2017, though they fell apart when Shazier went out, hence dropping 45 to the Jags in the Divisional Round.
  13. Especially heading into Santa Clara. But we did it!
  14. 7-7 and CMC surprisingly isn't shredding us. We've got a fair shot.
  15. Terminator - Dark Fate

    You know, looking back, I don't see the "scene" as the deal breaker so many others are claiming it to be. In the end, John DID serve his purpose: he shut down Skynet in T2. He did what he was destined to do all along, not with the whole future war leading the Resistance to victory over the machines like we all wanted to see (we only got GLIMPSES of it in the first 3 films), but he fulfilled his prophecy all the same. In fact, T2 already had everything perfectly wrapped up and didn't NEED any continuation, which is a big part of the reason why all other post-T2 sequels were crap: there was nowhere left for it to go. It certainly didn't help that the 2 writers for T3 have publicly stated they didn't want to write T3 in the first place and infamously hated T2, hence set to undo everything it set up with the intention of never being asked to write another Terminator film again (which is why you see stuff like a fast food worker being a future Resistance soldier), yet were brought back, anyway for Salvation when they didn't want to be. So, while I WAS annoyed by it, it didn't completely ruin the film for me. His story was already wrapped up, barring a reusing of the "Skynet's transmission through a third party" arc from T3, which this film's detractors ironically said it already did enough of as it is. It would've been nice to see him fighting Legion, which is a whole other animal, in an indeterminate future, but I thought the film was solid and gave the franchise nice closure (which it'll almost certainly be getting with its abysmal box office).