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Everything posted by SheepKilla

  1. SheepKilla


    been waiting for a price drop.
  2. SheepKilla


    more like gameCAN'T
  3. Only a retard like you would laugh at something horrible like this. This is awful news if they were really wiretapped. You have no idea what it's like to have your personal calls recorded unknown to you and listened by a third party. This is entering Stasi territory.
  4. Found a pic of what ghostz wants us to think his phone is : LOL
  5. 1080p is impossible on a 6.5 inch screen. What you're referring to is fake 1080p for advertising purposes. 6.5 Inches is TINY rofl. No wonder you left out the width, too. It's 6.5 x 1.0 inches. LOL.
  6. This. I don't know how some of you could handle seeing teeny text and holding a black bar in your hands for your SW experience. While I have a large monitor and a comfy chair. It's quite sad, actually.
  7. Will get more buzz, positive comments, and activity than any Jehurey thread
  8. It's that way on purpose, evoking a gothic vibe. IMO it's the perfect Gotham style.
  9. Absolutely. In fact, it's even better as an adult. I would even go so far as to say it is not even suitable for a kid's show because it deals with many mature themes and the art style is rich.
  10. Anyone who says it's their favorite must never have seen Batman: TAS. Nothing will ever top that. Second favorite, though? Absolutely. Or First favorite for non-animated? Absolutely again.
  11. Say what you will about the movie, but at least it's creative, aesthetic, and downright fun to watch. Unlike many movies today. I think it shouldn't be a 69% on RT. More like 80%. I do believe politics played a role in that rating, especially when movies like Black Panther gets 97% on RT (lol).
  12. What are you two even arguing about? No offense, but I re-read the posts like 3 times and still don't get it.
  13. I describe the feeling as wishing I could see more, set in the same style and city, etc. It has a unique style. And I'm more curious about the Joaquin Phoenix character and his backstory. I also find myself laughing and reminiscing about various scenes (like the midget scene - that's legitimately side-splittingly funny humor to me). I just loved the vibe/aesthetics. It somehow felt like a comic book, whereas The Dark Knight really didn't capture the comic book feel at all and was more gritty. In a lot of ways, this is a really good movie.