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First Look Review - THEY SAY NOTHING STAYS THE SAME

An aging ferryman saves a mysterious young woman from drowning. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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That darn Matt Davies

Drawing the line [Matt Davies letter] Marilyn Tublin, Silver Spring Washington Post November 6 2021, p. A17 https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/11/05/free-for-all-letters-be-clear-about-what-an-algorithm-is/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Mike Rhode, Matt Davies, Marilyn Tublin Silver Spring Washington Post


The Post's guide to the Eternals

Eternals, explained: Who they are and how they fit into the Marvel universe [in print as Who are Marvel's Eternals?] By David Betancourt Reporter Washington Post November 6, 2021, p. C1-2 https://www.washingtonpost.com/arts-entertainment/2021/11/05/eternals-marvel-universe/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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NPR on 'Eternals'

With 'Eternals,' the MCU gets deep in its feelings Glen Weldon, Mallory Yu,  Andrew Limbong, Daisy Rosario. Pop Culture Happy Hour November 5, 2021 https://play.podtrac.com/npr-510282/edge1.pod.npr.org/anon.npr-mp3/npr/pchh/2021/11/20211105_pchh_pchh_211105_eternals_final.mp3 https://www.npr.org/transcripts/1050592795 'Eternals': A Marvel movie for e...
Tags: Comics, Npr, MCU, Glen Weldon, Mike Rhode


The Post reviews ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ videogame

'Guardians of the Galaxy' is a better movie than the movies. But it could be a better game. [in print as Group chemistry gives 'Guardians' a big personality] by Gene Park Washington Post November 7 2021 p. E16 online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/video-games/reviews/guardians-galaxy-review/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Captain Marvel v2 #1 - 1st issue

Captain Marvel #1Captain Marvel v2 #1, 1968 - After previous chapters in Marvel Super-heroes #12 and #13, the storyline continues in this commanding first issue. With a giant Sentry running amok on a military base, Captain Marvel must ensure the safety of both soldiers and civilians. Among the closest to danger is the base's head of security Carol Danvers. Meanwhile, the Kree spaceship abandons [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Smartphone Game Evertale Swaps Out Furry for Animal-Eared Girl

Evertale, a smartphone game where players collect and train over 180 different creatures and warriors, has censored a female furry character and transformed her into a normal animal-eared girl, certain to cause backlash amongst the deranged furry community. Female furry girl Masha before the censorship and what she was turned into after the unneeded censorship: […]
Tags: Games, Censorship, Smartphones, Anime, Furries, Fetish, Comparison, Masha, Kemonomimi, Casuals


New Release Review [AppleTV+] - FINCH

In a post-apocalyptic America, a dying scientist builds a robot to look after his dog. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, America, Finch, New Releases, The Movie Waffler, By Eric Hillis, Appletv


Selection Project Top Idol Bikini Anime

Fierce idol competition anime Selection Project has brought its shenanigans to the beach as all the female characters slip into seductive swimwear and play volleyball, arguably the best part of the airing as everything descends into more emotional drama as “nothing” happens. Omake:
Tags: Music, Comedy, Drama, Sports, Anime, Beach, Idol, Oppai, Image Gallery, Mizugi, Dogakobo, Selection Project


Grave Revelations


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Rapper Roddy Ricch will donate the money he earned for performing at Astroworld to families whose loved ones died at the festival

American rapper Roddy Ricch performs on stage during the Astroworld Fest 2021 at NRG Park on November 5, 2021 in Houston, Texas. Photo by Omar Vega/FilmMagic American rapper Roddy Ricch performed on Friday at the Astroworld Festival in Houston. A mass casualty event occurred as thousands pushed toward the stage to watch Travis Scott perform. Ricch announced on Instagram that he'd donate his earnings from the festival to victims' families. Following a mass casualty event at the Astr...
Tags: News, Entertainment, Trends, Rap, Festival, Rappers, Concert, Houston, Victims, Donation, Travis Scott, Donate, Scott, Houston Texas, Shawn, Sylvester Turner


Indifferent Limerick

If you utter the sentence “So what?” Your meaning is open and shut. “I don’t care” is the gist Of those words — can’t be missed. So brace for a fist and a “But.”
Tags: Indifference, Humor, Limerick, Limericks, Behavior & Personality, Argument Humor, Argument Limerick, Idiom Humor, Idiom Limerick


The Top 10 Games Alleged to Have Made the Most Revenue in One Year

An individual curious about how much money games have generated in their first year of existence has led to the creation of a fascinating chart, bound to have many deeming the whole thing unnecessary considering the vast success of a certain China-developed title. The amounts (billions) accrued by each title were estimated by the creator […]
Tags: Business, Games, Money, China, Sales, Rankings, Call Of Duty, Anime, Grand Theft Auto, Animal Crossing, Fortnite, Gacha, Genshin Impact


Alice In Borderland Season 1 Ending Explained: The Games Have Just Begun

Arisu and his new friends may have survived their deadliest game yet, but the ending of "Alice in Borderland" season 1 reveals that things are just getting started.Based on the manga by Haro Aso, "Alice in Borderland" premiered on Netflix in December 2020 and has recently experienced a recent surge of popularity among "Squid Game" fans looking for more offerings in the "death game" genre. Kento Yamazaki stars as Ryōhei Arisu, a directionless young man who's more interested in playing video games...
Tags: Television, Movies, Netflix, Tokyo, Hearts, Alice, Mira, Asahi, Usagi, Hatter, Borderlands, Momoka, Arisu, Borderland, Seven of Hearts, Kento Yamazaki


The War That Lasted 335 Years (But Had No Casualties)

By Ethan Tyrrell Published: November 07th, 2021
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Good Stomach Day Welcomes Midriffs of All Kinds

Fascination for marvelous midriffs has hit a peak with the arrival of Good Stomach Day (“ii onaka no hi”) as individuals celebrated the day dedicated to cute stomachs by sharing photos and artwork, an endless tradition that will hopefully encourage positivity, unlike the majority of social media. Photos and artwork of various kinds were spotted […]
Tags: Internet, Parody, Anniversaries, Illustration, Artists, Anime, Cosplay, Fetish, Muscle, Navel, Oppai, H, Image Gallery


DC Changed Its Mind About Superman Aging

By Maxwell Yezpitelok Published: November 07th, 2021
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Mass Review – Grief Anti-Counseling Film Equally Flawed And Amazing

Fran Kranz’ Mass is a film that is going to have critics going after each other for its various choices, and its ability to deliver anything substantive within its wildly narrow frame. I pick on critics because sadly, few others are going to bother with it. It’s a film about tragedy, grief, a fairly focused look at the survivors of inexplicable events, and for nearly all of its runtime, four people sit around a table talking. That isn’t “crowd-pleaser” material. The film opens with 15-20 minu...
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The Sopranos Ending Explained: A Diner, Death, And Don't Stop Believin'

It's been 14 years since HBO's hit series "The Sopranos" ended, and people are still arguing about the last moments of the series finale. Danger surrounds antihero Tony Soprano on all sides; he's a wanted man by both the FBI and the family and crew of his recently departed nemesis, Phil Leotardo. One by one his family members join him for dinner at a local diner, but before daughter Meadow can walk in, the scene cuts dramatically to black. People have argued for years over whether or not that me...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Fbi, Chase, Ohio, David Chase, Newark, Journey, Don, Tony, Christopher, Hollywood Reporter, Meadow, Tony Soprano, Paulie


Licorice Pizza Early Buzz Hypes A 'Perfect' Paul Thomas Anderson Movie

Director Paul Thomas Anderson ("Phantom Thread," "There Will Be Blood") is returning this month with his brand new coming-of-age dramedy "Licorice Pizza," which had its very first screening for Hollywood guild members this weekend. Though reviews won't be out until closer to the movie's November 26 release date, early buzz from industry members -- including J.J. Abrams (Star Wars: The Force Awakens") and BenDavid Grabinski ("Are You Afraid of the Dark") -- is very positive.The trailer for "Licor...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, News, Bradley Cooper, Paul Thomas Anderson, Haim, Anderson, Kevin Smith, Peters, Abrams, Hoffman, San Fernando Valley, PTA, MGM Studios, Alana Haim, Jon Peters


Man Arrested for Illegally Selling Anime Character Mouse Pads

A male company employee who somehow thought selling mouse pads laden with art of copyrighted anime characters was a good idea has been arrested, with the culprit having no other motivation than making money and sure to leave many quite bewildered. The 37-year-old suspect from Hokkaido was said to have produced these goods without the […]
Tags: Crime, Theft, Copyright, Illustration, Anime, Hokkaido, Anime Goods, Mouse Pads


The Best Netflix Original Horror Movies Of 2021 (So Far)

Netflix has an extensive lineup of movies and TV shows, but head to the site for some creepy content and you'll find the offerings slim. Those looking for a wide variety of spooky classics will be dismayed to go to the horror section, sort by year released, and only find the catalogue to go back as far as 1990's "The Exorcist III" (which is nonetheless outstanding, go watch it). Where the streaming service shines is in its original content, bringing fresh films from a variety of storytellers aro...
Tags: Florida, England, Texas, Movies, Stephen King, Rebecca, Netflix, House, Nebraska, Takashi Miike, Ya, Darren Aronofsky, Sam, Alfred Hitchcock, Catherine, Alice


After Life Criterion Collection Blu-ray

Some pictures of the Criterion Collection release of After Life (1998) by renowned Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda, who also bought us critically acclaimed films like Nobody Knows, Still Walking & Our Little Sister. The original Japanese title for the film is “Wonderful Life”. I first saw After Life in 1998 ( or 1999 ) at the Singapore International Film Festival, and it was the film that introduced me to Kore-eda’s cinematic work. As a young and enthusiastic film/animation student back t...
Tags: Amazon, Anime, Viet Thanh Nguyen, Amazon De, Hirokazu Kore eda, Masayoshi Sukita, Amazon JP, Kore eda, Linda C Ehrlich, Yutaka Yamazaki, Eric Skillman


'Saturday Night Live' debuts a new Donald Trump during the program's opening skit

James Austin Johnson as former President Donald Trump on "Saturday Night Live." Will Heath/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images The comedian and actor James Austin Johnson debuted his parody of former President Trump on "SNL." Johnson's Trump character appeared alongside Cecily Strong's Jeanine Pirro and Alex Moffat, who played Glenn Youngkin. Johnson was cast as a featured player on the long-running show this year. "Saturday Night Live" last night debuted a new cast member's i...
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Dungeon ga Omotta Yori mo Manga Addicted to Fantasy World Sex

Dungeon ga Omotta Yori mo Fukakute Doushiyoumonai node Akiramete Onnanoko o Kudoiteiku Koto ni Shita’s first volume will surely have manga enthusiasts eager for subsequent releases as the series contains plenty of nude women and sexual intercourse, a surefire way of attracting attention and sales from those who adore sexiness. The series follows Takeru, who […]
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The Daily Stream: Don't Let The Harder They Fall Get Lost In The Netflix Shuffle

(Welcome to The Daily Stream, an ongoing series in which the /Film team shares what they've been watching, why it's worth checking out, and where you can stream it.)The Movie: "The Harder They Fall"Where You Can Stream It: NetflixThe Pitch: "The Harder They Fall" is a rip-roaring revenge Western that puts two gangs of outlaws on a collision course in an all-Black town. It taps into the tales of the Old West that Hollywood has left untold, emancipating them from their chain-gang stripes and deliv...
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, Movies, Jay Z, Paul Thomas Anderson, Spike Lee, Regina Hall, Django Unchained, Majors, Marshall, Henry, Loki, Mihai Malaimare Jr, Samuels, Old West, Lindo


Four Deadly Girls in Trailer for 'Ankle Biters' Canadian Horror Comedy

"It's us against him!" Dark Star Pictures has unveiled an official trailer for a Canadian horror comedy called Ankle Biters, the feature directorial debut of filmmaker Bennet De Brabandere. This is opening on VOD in the US later this month, skipping theaters and creeping into your home soon. A retired pro hockey player invites a single mother and her four little girls to his cottage for the summer, and discovers that the girls are violently opposed to having a new dad. These four adorable gi...
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That Time The Soviets Fired A Cannon In Space

By Ethan Tyrrell Published: November 07th, 2021
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Over 25% Of Fans Are Most Excited For This Upcoming DC Movie

(Welcome to Survey Says, a feature where we conduct a movie-related survey for a random group of people and explain why they're completely right, completely wrong, or somewhere in-between.)It's been a rough couple of years at the movies, and though "The Suicide Squad" is the only new DC film releasing in 2021 (not including "Zack Snyder's Justice League"), fans still have a lot of reasons to be thrilled looking ahead. DC Films has quite a packed slate for the years to come, with release dates se...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Movies, News, Ben Affleck, Robert Pattinson, Diana, Suicide Squad, Justice League, Batgirl, Batman, Warner Bros, Jason Momoa, Michael Keaton, Jeffrey Wright, Shazam


Walt Disney’s Old-Timey Feud With Alfred Hitchcock

By JM McNab Published: November 07th, 2021
Tags: Humor, Alfred Hitchcock, Walt Disney, JM McNab



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