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Thank you for the Foxtrot reference. That comic strip was rad.

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June 6, 2013 on This Dude SEXTing On The Hood Of A Moving Car Is OUR Generation’s The Program

If she was supposed to have some agency in this, then Lindelof wouldn’t be apologising now. I get sexy times swinging Kirk as a character, and thought the scene where he woke up in bed with two sexy ladies with tails was a good way to reflect that side of him. But making him peep at a subordinate officer who has explicitly asked him not to? That’s just creepy.

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May 21, 2013 on Here Are Some Morning Links!

And so many of the reviews I read were like, “Oh, sexual tension with Carol and Kirk” and I got infuriated. Being a peeping Tom =\= sexual tension.

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May 21, 2013 on Here Are Some Morning Links!

Your point that it is STAR TREK is exactly why I was disappointed. Star Trek is first and foremost a sci-fi soap opera. I’m not debating that. But the problem is that the underpinning of the Star Trek universe is a vision of a utopian future, where social issues are debated amidst the swashbuckling. This movie had some dazzling action scenes, and a beautiful initial sequence where Cumberbatch is introduced in London. But any actual discussion or character development is pre-emptied by a lot of punching, and simply making arch references to another film does nothing in terms of creating an actual plot. Star Trek was supposed to be about something more than just shoot-em-ups with aliens, and that is why I and others are complaining about substance. If you aren’t going to include that, why bother calling it Trek?

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May 21, 2013 on Star Trek: Into Darkness: A Movie Review

Don’t give up on a favorite sandwich! As an American, you have a right to substitutions! It’s Article 23 of the Constitution.

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May 9, 2013 on Farrah Abraham’s Entertainment Tonight Interview, OR What You’re Having For Lunch?

I just skipped over this entire article because it would likely make me sick, and I just had a fabulous meal of stir-fried tofu, greens, and vegan pesto. YUM!

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May 9, 2013 on Farrah Abraham’s Entertainment Tonight Interview, OR What You’re Having For Lunch?

I can’t believe that I’ve been following this, but didn’t Franco disavow Riff Raff as the inspiration for his character, which he claims he modeled on Dangeruss? Also, don’t go down that google hole. All you need to know is that Dangeruss was the white guy with dreads in Spring Breakers. I made the mistake of doing some more research and ended up listening to ‘My Fork’.

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April 11, 2013 on Life Imitates Art Imitates Riff Raff Imitating James Franco

Annyong!

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April 8, 2013 on Saturday Night Live Melissa McCarthy And Phoenix

Best comments of all time. Nothing beats a well-placed Ian joke.

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December 12, 2012 on It’s A Bad Brains Christmas, Charlie Brown

I know that I am supposed to hate Jedward but if I close my eyes I find “Lipstick” to be an incredibly catchy song. Whoa-oh! I’m heading for a car crash!

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December 6, 2012 on Yasha Swag’s “Pickles” Is Here To Fill The Yasha Swag’s “Pickles” Sized Hole In Your Life

Today, I demonstrated competency in handling certain safety equipment on railroad tracks. It was a good day.

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November 30, 2012 on How Was Everyone’s Day Today?

it’s better than other personality test, like enneagrams. (for those wondering, i am a istp and a 3.)

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November 30, 2012 on How Was Everyone’s Day Today?

Tilda Swinton did a cameo on the amazing and understated BBC sitcom “Getting On” last week. It took me most of the episode to confirm it was indeed her.

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November 29, 2012 on Shocking New Trampoline Accident Footage!!!

Didn’t watch. Waiting for Liz and Gary.

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November 26, 2012 on There Is Nothing To Say About Liz & Dick

What? Not David Petraeus?

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November 14, 2012 on But Is Channing Tatum Your Sexiest Man Alive?

In re: The Grandmasters — Is Tony Leung the hero? Is Tony Leung the villain? It doesn’t really matter. I’ve been watching Tony Leung films for years, and seen his characters perform horrible acts (collaborate with the Japanese during WWII! Disfigure a man with a ketchup bottle!) and still my only thought, base as it might be, is that I wouldn’t kick him out of bed for eating crackers.

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November 9, 2012 on This Week In Movie Trailers, You Guys

Leslie Knope! C’mon, people! She’d fix the economy and still have the energy to make thoughtful handcrafted gifts for every American. Only problem: the White House may become a bit hoarder-y.

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November 6, 2012 on Writing In Your Blog Vote For TV President

Hard Candy, facetaco. She was great in that.

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November 5, 2012 on Perfecting The Casablanca Sequel

I feel like I am officially an old because I don’t get what kids these days like about Mumford and Sons and fun. When I hear them, I am like “snoozefest!” and then start blasting some Duran Duran instead.

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November 5, 2012 on Idris Elba Made A Mumford & Sons Music Video, And So Here We All Are

I loved Obsessed, if only for SPOILER ALERT the big catfight scene in the rafters between Beyonce and Ali Larter. That movie was all about Beyonce, quite frankly. Idris Elba could have showed up and spent the entire movie eating some cookies and it wouldn’t have made any difference, although it may have given us more time to watch Beyonce prepare for the catfight.

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November 5, 2012 on Idris Elba Made A Mumford & Sons Music Video, And So Here We All Are