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GoGo Yubari

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  1. I'd rather keep them separated. They weren't created separately because MCU film and TV never intersected in any meaningful way because when it was made, that wasn't blatantly clear yet. The idea of having one thread for eight billion movies and shows just feels unwieldy to me; hell, I honestly think some of the bigger MCU films (like Endgame) should be in their own space.
  2. I liked it, though it felt kind of inessential to me. Like, if you asked me to guess "what happened to Jesse Pinkman" I would have come to the same destination albeit without knowing the exact path. That being said, I just read that it was originally meant to be a short film and just kept expanding until it hit feature length, which makes a lot of sense. Aaron Paul is great in it and it's always nice to return to various corners of Vince Gilligan's Albuquerque. The highlights by far were the Todd flashbacks, because you could tell that Vince Gilligan just had a flood of "oh, this would have been a funny Todd bit" in the intervening years and there's no real way to shoehorn him into Better Call Saul, and...
  3. probably not. I didn't really get much out of that trailer, personally, beyond "Margot Robbie was a good casting choice for Harley Quinn." Wanted way more of the other characters aside from Ewan McGregor as... I'm not sure who but I'm gonna take a wild guess on Black Mask. EDI: ahahahahaha, yup
  4. one of the animators said that Netflix's decision to end it after season 6 was already made before they unionized. To be honest, six seasons is enough for me. Season 5 had some amazing highs ("Free Churro," the episode where Princess Carolyn goes back to her hometown) but it felt like the show was losing momentum a bit. That being said, I also think that given how popular the show was and the fact that a below-average season 5 is above the average of the vast majority of TV I'd have trusted the creative team to run it as long as they felt they had story to tell.
  5. Happy birthday, GoGo!

  6. Would rather see GTA San Andreas on that top 50 than GTAIV or even GTAV. Was SingStar very popular in the UK? It has fairly little US footprint, really, so I was surprised to see it as the representative of that corner of games rather than, say, Guitar Hero 2 or Rock Band. would have liked to have seen Dragon Age: Origins but I think how good that one was has been lost to time a little bit. Overall this list, like the album list, is a pretty fine broad overview of the century thusfar.
  7. Hi, here's mine of these. 2000: You Think It's Like This But Really It's Like This by Mirah 2001: Is This It by The Strokes 2002: The Execution of All Things by Rilo Kiley 2003: Elephant by The White Stripes 2004: Funeral by Arcade Fire 2005: Demon Days by Gorillaz 2006: Fox Confessor Brings the Flood by Neko Case 2007: The Cool by Lupe Fiasco 2008: PIED PIPER by the pillows 2009: My Maudlin Career by Camera Obscura 2010: My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy by Kanye West 2011: Colors of Jazz by Blazo 2012: Channel Orange by Frank Ocean 2013: The Electric Lady by Janelle Monae 2014: Stay Gold by First Aid Kit 2015: No Cities to Love by Sleater-Kinney 2016: Blackstar by David Bowie 2017: Antisocialities by Alvvays 2018: Golden Hour by Kacey Musgraves 2019: Dedicated by Carly Rae Jepsen biggest surprise in tallying these is that Gorillaz actually only ended up winning out in one year, because 2001 and 2010 were extremely competitive. 2005 was too, though; The Woods by Sleater-Kinney and Late Registration by Kanye could have won most years but not that one.
  8. I think I know about 75/80% of the artists on this and half of the ones I don’t appear to be African, which just isn’t a scene I’m familiar with. honestly this makes me want to try and come up with my own or just do a Top 100 songs of the ‘00s thread like I did the ‘90s like a decade ago.
  9. Kanye Watch: Late Registration is too low, Yeezus is too high. MBDTF is correctly placed because I think everything in that top 5 makes sense for a broad list, even as someone who doesn't actively listen to LCD Soundsystem or Amy Winehouse. UK bias on the rest of the top ten but there should be, really. I thought I had no real animosity towards anything on this list, but not a single Gorillaz album being here is mildly irritating. I don't like only including The ArchAndroid by Janelle Monae either, in a lot of ways I think that's her most uneven record. Some amazing, dizzying heights but there's a lot of really expendable songs in the second half.
  10. The wild thing is that they kind of did away with that. Like, you still don't want to attack it when its tail is up but it's not a counterattacking measure so much as it's charging a massive attack and you need to get to cover before it fires. There's something about the fact that they got rid of the one thing that people remember about that boss that makes me pretty excited.
  11. I played the FFVII remake demo at PAX. Pretty good. Gonna take me a couple hours to get used to the ATB controls. I seemed to handle Guard Scorpion quicker than the people playing around me but that was still with a ton of fumbling on my end.
  12. That's a doable group for Spurs, which means we're gonna fuck it up.
  13. I think something like this will probably end up on Blu-Ray.
  14. Well, I guess I was wrong. That's too bad.
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