Friends, Texans, countrymen, lend me your ears! Or perhaps a liver? St. Patrick's Day has inflated liver and kidney prices on the black market, so I could really use a hometown discount here, guys. While I thumb through your offers, lets find something worthwhile to talk about tonight, yeah?
Have you caught the movie reviews for Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Marketing? Some of them are quite scathing in their takedown of the much anticipated hero flick that was supposed to launch DC Comics' answer to Marvel cinematic dominance.
The reviews are so bad, so thoroughly destructive, that they appear to have broken Ben Affleck:
I might just Redbox this one; how about you?
In 90's TV news, The X-Files and Full House recently and briefly returned prominence. The former got a six-episode 10th season that seemed to largely forget what happened in the previous nine seasons, while the latter is a Netflix-funded sequel of sorts (dubbed Fuller House) starring Danny Tanner's two eldest daughters, all grown-up but still putting forth some of the most cringeworthy campiness ever put to screen. Both were largely panned by reviewers, but both will inexplicably be renewed because the only thing America recycles with regularity is ideas.
Hey, at least Game of Thrones returns in about a month from now!
In non-couch potato news...aa, uh... who am I kidding? I got nothing! The floor is yours. Fire word bullets at each other at your own risk, and stay within the community guidelines, of course. Happy Saturday.