TheSparrow wrote: ↑
Wed Oct 02, 2019 7:17 pm
[quote="Deborah J" post_id=13669 time=<a href="tel:1570042336">1570042336</a> user_id=81]
[quote=TheSparrow post_id=13668 time=<a href="tel:1570042221">1570042221</a> user_id=69]
As somebody who has read the book, I wanted the turtle like so bad, but I'm low key glad we didn't get him after all because it would have been a bit too
They did have nods to that though, both films feature prominent turtle props. Also I for one am glad that they didn't include that one infamous scene in the sewers, Steven King needs to get help if he thinks that was a good thing to write.
Steven King was so, so off of his head on cocaine that he doesn't even remember writing Cujo. Bet none of you knew that
Bad story IMHO. It’s America, every other person has a gun, did no one just shoot the dog?
Gek2Win wrote: ↑
Wed Oct 02, 2019 7:09 pm
After seeing the hubbub about the movie, I finally watched Steven Universe. I knew about it, especially it's more controversial aspects, but I had never watched it before. I enjoyed it, but I felt that the season 5 finale and the movie were subpar compared to the rest of the series. I've heard that season 6 is in production, so I hope that the overall good quality continues. I regret not looking into it sooner, but I feel like it has a niche audience above children, and I see people easily disliking it. But yes, in my opinion a definite A+ series.
But the Roaming Eye is definitely a TARDIS rip-off.
I’ve never watched that. What’s controversial about it?
“Nicholas [Courtney] was always off his head on goodness-knows-what back then, of course.”
-Jon Pertwee, on the making of The Claws of Axos, speaking 1987.
“Yes, I would occasionally bring in the odd bag of something.”
-Nicholas Courtney, speaking 1994.