Production values are on the lower end of the spectrum compared to, say, a cornerstone of the genre like Attack of the Killer Tomatoes, although the mutant donut prosthetics and snappy lines of dialogue help differentiate this effort from a pure parody like The Attack of the Giant Moussaka. [source]
The world's most dangerous city, with the most dangerous rap group, harassed by the most dangerous police force, will now battle with [the] world's most dangerous huge-ass snake! [source]
After a series of bad relationships, cynical Sean finally meets his true love – Emily. Everything is perfect until she confesses to him she is a "nail clipper monster," a special subtype of humans that eats nail clippers. Can love help him override his suspicions and believe in this tall tale? [source]
Daario's trucker mudflap dagger (Game of Thrones, S06E04)
The Last Man on Earth Season Grade: C-
"It tasted like a big ol' mouthful of divorce." (Cutthroat Kitchen, S12E07)
"Compromise is the shared hypotenuse of the Conjoined Triangles of Success." (Silicon Valley, S03E04)
"You're gonna cancel this recount like Anne Frank's bat mitzvah." (Veep, S05E04)
"Why would China go through Qatar?"
"Qataris love to insert themselves. They're wet-fingered."
"They're into ass play?"
"No, they have a gift for sensing prevailing political winds."
"I bet they're into ass play too." (Veep, S05E04)
A gay boy whose sexuality is unacknowledged (Bob's Burgers, S06E16)
"The true history of the world is the history of great conversations in elegant rooms." (Game of Thrones, S06E03)
A fart joke (Game of Thrones, S06E03)
"My watch has ended." (Game of Thrones, S06E03)
"This meeting cannot make it past the school book depository."
"I'm loading my gun and heading to the sixth floor." (Veep, S05E03)
"This is like that famous scene from the movie Heat. You know, with De Niro and Brenneman." (Veep, S05E03)
"Take your romance, and your memories, which are a most kind fiction, and go." (Penny Dreadful, S03E02)
"There's only seven types of stories: Man vs. man, man vs. dog, dog vs. zombie, James Bond, stories of kings and lords, women over 50 finding themselves after divorce, aaaand car commercial." (New Girl, S05E21)
Jon: Oof. This is dire radio. We needed more people. Jon: I'm-a re-purpose it for Adam Riff™.
On May 1, Adam Robot and I each drafted 10 films set for release between May 1 and August 31. Whoever's slate earns the most money domestically by Labour Day wins. I won a pre-draft game of rock-paper-scissors to select Captain America: Civil War first, after which we alternated selections.
Let's check the board:
1. Captain America: Civil War – $206,192,138
2. Finding Dory
3. Suicide Squad
4. Independence Day: Resurgence
5. Star Trek Beyond
6. Jason Bourne
7. Now You See Me 2
8. The Purge: Election Year
9. The Conjuring 2
10. The Secret Life of Pets
1. The BFG
2. Alice Through the Looking Glass
3. X-Men: Apocalypse
5. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows
7. Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising
8. Pete's Dragon
9. Central Intelligence
10. Ice Age: Collision Course
[rubs hands] Methinks the ref will have to stop this fight.
That Adam Robot selected The BFG with his first pick flabbergasted me. Finding Dory just fell into my lap.
He says everyone he knows is stoked for The BFG. I say James and the Giant Peach, Matilda, and Fantastic Mr. Fox all did not recoup their budgets domestically — fool's Roald.
I'll update after Memorial Day weekend, when Adam Robot's second and third picks go head-to-head.
Jon: Does this band know that its name is misspelled?
Rory: It's a stylistic choice? Jon: To look like idiots? For Google to show results for "The Millennium" instead?
Rory: Maybe The Millennium with two Ns was taken.
Jon: According to Wikipedia, The Millennium with two Ns was a band, that released only one album, in 1968. I'm pretty sure The Millenium with one N could've been The Millennium with two Ns without any confusion.
Rory: Maybe they liked the name "The Millennium," but couldn't trademark it, like why Sci Fi became Syfy.