Yeah, the worst one. Brosnan's Bond was, for me, the most awful Bond, ever. None of the playfulness, and not a blink at slaughtering bystanders and civilians along the way. Bond was never the emotionless sociopath Brosnan played him to be. He was more Terminator than British Suave Super-Spy. » 8/20/14 2:00am Yesterday 2:00am

Since I can't do stereoscopic stuff without getting sick (the movement is never smooth or even enough), I keep waiting for someone to simply implement head tracking for parallax movement. That requires no goggles, no stereo vision, nothing uber-close to my face, and nothing more than a camera or two and a monitor. » 8/18/14 3:54pm Monday 3:54pm

This seems like a parallel to hyper-nationalistic idiots in the US getting all pissy whenever anyone uses Spanish (or, honestly, "not-American"). Or shows another nation's flag. Or acts proud of their ethnicity/nation of origin. Or has a religion not related to Gunz'n'Jeezus. » 8/18/14 3:41pm Monday 3:41pm

Way to miss the point. Bayonetta is rated M. Not for kids. Not for "everybody". Not a decades-long franchise tied to the very core of who Nintendo is. Not even created by Nintendo. Zelda is E-rated, aimed at kids and up, and intricately linked to Nintendo, and made in-house by Nintendo. People who buy Zelda are more… » 8/18/14 9:38am Monday 9:38am

I dunno. Alison Brie is worlds hotter than Sarah Michelle Gellar, and this coming from a person who liked Buffy. And I did chuckle a few times. Problem with the premise and the Not Another... movies (and style) is a really awful sense of timing, and that they tend to get old a third of the way through. It's not that… » 8/18/14 6:29am Monday 6:29am

Don't think it's the subtitles. To be fair, I watched it and was thoroughly disgusted (actually nauseous at many points). It might be that most people don't enjoy movies that bring with them those emotions. It was played up as a fantasy adventure, and was in truth horribly violent—not surprised many people just… » 8/18/14 9:16am Monday 9:16am

Star Wars is to Dune as Battlefield Earth is to Foundation. The latter in each pairing are rich, layered, insanely detailed universes built piece by piece. The former are hollow, vapid stories with plot written up to plug the gaps between showpieces. Star Wars did not have a "rich in-film mythology", it had a few… » 8/16/14 9:24pm Saturday 9:24pm