Is Netflix regretting making a six-movie deal with Adam Sandler yet? They’re more than halfway through the cycle now, and I don’t recall any big press about how well they were doing – which in this day and age generally means the answer is “not very.” They’ve all looked fairly expensive (for mass-market comedies) as well, so it feels like someone might be taking a bath on these.
Darkness. No parents. Full review on Geek.com
People seem to have either grown up with THE GREAT OUTDOORS as a family VHS staple or have never once heard of it. I was in the first camp. This one’s for you, Dad.
So, apparently this tweet got kinda popular:
Here’s the thing about “economic anxiety” and racism: If someone is ONLY a good person when their life is good? Not actually a good person.
— Bob Chipman (@the_moviebob) February 2, 2017
Do I stand by it (and the rest of the “tweet chain?”) Yeah, pretty much. I tend to regard social media as a stream of consciousness kind of thing, i.e. if I have something to say I think might deserve quoting or preserving, I’ll put it here or into one of the shows. But once in awhile I guess a solid thought sneaks out amidst all the shouting into the void. Continue reading