The Shoutbox
Originally Posted by doubledenim
I typed out a Frank Grillo comment, only to realize that movie was The Wheelman
Not to be confused with Wheel Human Being.
Originally Posted by doubledenim
Originally Posted by Iroquois
Thinking about the end-of-year movie awards we do on here and whether there should be an end-of-decade version.
Referencing database...
2011...

Sounds great. I know where my vote for MoFo MoTD is going.
I feel like I owe that film another shot even though I know I'll probably be mentally comparing it against The Driver the whole time.
Thinking about the end-of-year movie awards we do on here and whether there should be an end-of-decade version.
Gotta admit it'd be funny to reach 1,000 reviews without trying.
I'll try to keep that in mind. Wasn't planning on doing too many (if any) long-form pieces for this thing, but you never know.
Originally Posted by Yoda
Originally Posted by Iroquois
So that means it's an automatic process now?
Technically, no. But there's a tool I built awhile ago that makes it really easy. For example, I just tag reviews I see while browsing normally if they're not tagged already, and it only takes a few seconds per review.
I guess that's okay. What's the criteria for that, anything that seems to meet a decent word length? I operated under the assumption that there had to be multiple paragraphs so my recent write-ups didn't extend that far, but if it's a matter of word count...
Originally Posted by John McClane
Originally Posted by ash_is_the_gal
for real, how did the guy survive for three years in Amsterdam lol?
I hear weed makes you smarter. Maybe?
Heroin, on the other hand...
Originally Posted by ash_is_the_gal
you know i was watching Pulp Fiction the other day for probably the fifth or sixth time, and it occurred to me - Vincent Vega (john travolta's character) is a ****ing idiot. i don't think i was able to see this before now because i love john travolta so dearly and have had a crush on him since i was like 6 when i saw Grease for the first time.

seriously, though, he-

- nonchalantly points a loaded gun in a dude's face and makes pasta out of him, making a huge mess out of himself, jules, and their car in broad daylight
- then when Jules bails him out, he talks **** to The Wolf for not saying "please" when he's only trying to help
- leaves a bag of heroine in his jacket and lets his bosses wife wear it unattended, knowing full well how delicate the whole situation is
- LEAVES HIS EFFING GUN ON THE EFFING COUNTER SO HE CAN SH*T AND READ HIS BOOK IN PEACE, thereby resulting in his death

for real, how did the guy survive for three years in Amsterdam lol?
This is your brain on drugs.
So that means it's an automatic process now?
lmao are people so desperate for me to write new reviews that my posts in the October challenge thread are being approved as reviews without me tagging them