I wonder how many movies will be left in my watchlist when I die
at one point in the movie someone is reading A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court. this is a story about an American being misplaced in England, just like this movie, and it also references the misplaced American in its title, just like this movie. the film is referencing itself within itself
right after the scene of someone reading the book, we’re shown a scene from The Muppet Show where Miss Piggy is criticizing the art of puppetry. this is…
“Bill looks out at the water and thinks of all the wonderful things he will do with his life.”
we’re always looking to the future for happiness. “my life sucks right now, but one day I’ll be out of school and I’ll have a nice job and a big house and a wife that loves me!” we even convince ourselves that our minds will live on after our body dies, that even if we aren’t happy while we’re alive, we’ll…
I just sat through this entire movie, and I’m still not even convinced it’s a real movie. what the fuck.
Free Guy is a movie for Discord mods. there was someone sitting a few seats away from me who must have been one, because he laughed at every. single. joke. every one. and I’m not talking a little “hehe” giggle to himself. he fucking “HA HAAAAA” Nelson laughed every single time. every laugh of his sounded like it was the…
AMAZING. it really really is “the best show that no one’s heard of”
you wouldn’t BELIEVE how many times I searched “nirvanna the band the show did matt johnson really _______?” into google while watching this show. and you also wouldn’t believe how LITTLE information I actually ended up finding. where is the line between reality and fiction? how much is improv and how much is scripted? I don’t know what reality is anymore. I don’t know anything anymore. all I know is Matt and Jay. all I know is The Rivoli. all I know is I need to watch this show again immediately.