Squeenix will be trying again as Beta applications are now available for the relaunching of Final Fantasy XIV. For some reason, they think that dropping their version of Cataclysm is going to save it. Who knows, it might. Squeenix is just afraid to admit it failed. I also don’t think it likes that Final Fantasy XI still has a bigger player base. This is a newer video celebrating the announcement. Try to enjoy it, if you can.
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Stan Lee is doing it again. Yet another show about superheroes. This time, it is real-life superheroes training or something and somebody wins somehow. He did this twice before. Once where it just an expose on real-life heroes, and then a show about people who wish they were superheroes even with superpowers. So this one, where David Hasselhoff makes a guest appearance for some reason, will combine the two in order to help train real-life heroes for whatever they decide to do in their spare time. Then they probably get a book deal. I’m not excited, but I’m sure there’s somebody who is. Is it you? No, I’m talking to the guy behind you, he seems gullible.
I really don’t have enough time to write down everything that is wrong with this trailer, this movie, and the amount of effort put into something that looks so terrible. I think he needs to stop trying so hard. Or at least have a decorum of quality control that seems to be lacking. Ugh. STOP IT!
I can find now redeeming qualities of this movie except that at one point Norm Macdonald had potential. Nothing about this trailer or movie is good and what people should want to see. You should support Vampire Dog in any way. You want a critical failure? This is it. I am not wasting any more words on this.
I think I’m starting to get used to things being ruined. Next up on the docket is The Brave Little Toaster. For this remake, they will be combining live action with 3D animation. It will probably also be in 3D.
I know I am upset about this, but I think I’ve reached the point of resignation that things are going to be done this way from now. Anything approximately 20 years old is getting remade. End of story. Now excuse me while I cry myself to sleep.
Did they suddenly forget that know has really thought about Matrix plot holes for half a decade? Stop doing things like this. You are rehashing a joke my parents could make. Why aren’t there more negative comments on this thing? Ugh, I better stop. I’m going to have an aneurysm.
In Home Alone 5: Alone in the Dark, a brother and sister completely unrelated to Kevin from the originals, set traps for ghosts and try to fight off thieves, one of which includes Malcolm “I’ll-do-anything-for-money-at-this-point” McDowell.
Clearly, the executive producers don’t look themselves in the mirror and overdo it on the aftershave. Because if they did, they couldn’t live with themselves for whatever the hell they are making.
Hey, you know the only thing worse than hearing the Candyland movie is getting closer to production? Hearing Adam Sandler is starring and producing it. Yup, he has apparently survived his own Norbit (Jack and Jill) and is continuing his career in a path that surely angers anyone who watches movies with their brains. Sorry, Adam, I enjoy your old stuff, but you are not doing anything for me lately. Just please stop. Don’t you have enough money yet? Look at Rick Moranis, he went out on top. And Hasbro, stop enabling everyone!
Do people like this franchise? I was never interested in it. But they are making another one. And guess what, it’ll come out this year, 2012. The studios must be making a boatload of money on these if they can crank out one each year. It also means the writing probably won’t be that good. If you were disappointed in Paranormal Activity 3, you will probably be really disappointed in this one. I hope you are happy everyone-who-saw-the-previous-4-movies, you have created the next Saw franchise.
I’m sick of hearing about Charlie Sheen, and the year was full of hearing about him. I was sick of him when he first started appearing on Two and Half Men, now I kinda cringe. So he blows up at his bosses, gets removed from his hit sitcom, gets replaced by Ashton Kutcher, almost immediately gets a roast on Comedy Central, then becomes super popular, and accidentally tweets out his phone number to everyone. I don’t think your year has been any crazier and more nauseating to keep up with, Charlie Sheen. Please stop doing things. Just retire with the your lack of dignity and stop trying to win it back. That movie where you became a woman’s advice columnist was bad enough. I’m not even going to tell you the title because I don’t want anyone else to see it. Ugh.