Carlie (The Blasphemous Wench)
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Ladies and gentlemen, the return of Tony Stark . . . I haven’t completely made up my mind about a few things yet, but for the most part, I had a pretty great time watching this.
I haven’t finished my Iron Man 3 review yet — work keeps getting in the way, dammit, and also writing that could, at least potentially, make me some money, and reading too, because The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of … Continue reading
I’m already behind on my westerns . . . fail . . . but I’ll have to continue ignoring them for just a little bit longer because Road House popped up on TV the other day, and I’d somehow gone … Continue reading
Sometimes, I’m lazy. Okay, often I’m lazy. And when my sister watches a movie without me — especially when it’s one I have no interest in at all — I’m like, hey, why don’t you write a review of that? … Continue reading
I’ve been on a Chris Evans kick lately, so I decided to watch The Losers again. It’s definitely a problematic movie, but I enjoy it all the same. And Chris Evans isn’t even the only reason! (Though, admittedly, he’s probably the … Continue reading
Just before I went to Clarion West last summer, a little movie called Prometheus came out. Some of my fellow classmates went to see this movie that first weekend, while I skipped out — I was tired and, frankly, I’ve never … Continue reading