100 Greatest Movies All-Time Pt. 3: 50 - 25

Hey gang, here's the last post before we get into my top 25 movies all-time, so I hope you enjoy the last of the "bottom" 75. Again, I'll be listing 25 movies here, with a brief write-up explanation of why that movie for certain films that I choose to defend. Again, this is based on my theory of there being two kinds of films, quality films and entertaining awesome films with both types getting equal weight. Hit the jump for 50 through 26.


100 Greatest Movies All-Time Pt. 2: 75 - 50

Hey all, so I'm back with part 2 of my choices for the 100 greatest movies all-time. Basically, I'm going to be counting them down 25 at a time until the top 25 which will get posted 5 at a time with full descriptions for why they are ranked there. Again, I'm picking these movies based on the rationale of that there are good, quality-made films and there are really entertaining, or awesome, films. In my list, both kinds of movies are given equal weight. Let's get to the list shall we? Hit the jump.

All-Time Awesome Lines From Comics - Pt. 7

Hey all, back with another installment of the best lines from comics of all-time. I spent a good portion of the day ranking my favorite films in order from 1 to 100 for that series of posts and drowning my sorrows at how terrible the Bears are. With that said, here's a great series of lines from Neil Gaiman's Sandman. Hit the jump for the lines.


100 Greatest Movies All-Time Pt. 1 - 100-75

Welcome everybody to my list of the 100 Greatest Movies of All-Time! So a brief introduction to how I'm going to be doing this and also a quick run-down of the criteria for the movie. First things first, I'm going to be counting down from 100 to 1, with the bottom 75 presented in three seperate posts of 25 each where they will pretty much just be listed, with a few movies getting specific explanations for why they are there. And then the top 25 will be in posts of 5 where I will do a write-up for every film. As for the qualifications, I'm going to be including films that would never have won any academy awards, because in my mind there are two kinds of films: good movies and awesome movies. While there are cases where a film can be both good and be considered awesome, for the most part a film is one or the other. A good film is a real quality film that is very well put together and beautiful to watch, like Schindler's List, whereas an awesome film is just a movie that is completely bad-ass, like Die Hard. So in my mind, I am giving both kinds of movies equal weight when considering my favorite 100 movies. Hit the jump for 100 - 75.


All-Time Awesome Lines From Comics - Pt. 6

Today something really terrible happened to a comic book character that I have always liked and in fact was one of the first characters that I really liked and followed when I started reading comics years and years ago. In a couple days, I am going to post a big piece on what happened, but until then I'm to cheer myself up by keeping on the trend of posting some bad-ass lines from comics, today focusing on one of my all-time favorite bad-asses, Tommy Monaghan, Hitman. Hit the jump for the lines.


All-Time Awesome Lines From Comics- Pt. 5

Hey all, so later this evening I am going to be posting another article about my beloved Bears and their continued downfall, specifically what to do next. But for now, another quick post focusing on another bad-ass line from comic books. Hit the jump for the line.


All-Time Awesome Lines From Comics - Pt. 4

First off, I would like to apologize to the Ninja Assassain movie. I've been complaining since all ninjas are assassains, so the title was stupid and repetitive. But, it turns out according to one of the trailers the main character is a former ninja who is now assassinating ninjas, hence he is a Ninja Assassain. I apologize. Anyway, as promised, we're taking a break from the touchy-feely stuff that I've been covering recently and jumping right into some kick-ass lines from comics. Today, one of the best lines from Mark Millar and Bryan Hitch's run on the Ultimates. Hit the jump for the lines.

The Problem With G.I Joe

So today, against my better judgement, I said to myself "I know I already saw the G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra movie and hated it, but it probably wasn't as bad as I remembered it. I'll rent it and watch it again". Wow, what a colossally bad mistake on my part. Not only was it as bad as I remembered, but it was actually worse having to sit through it again. Why do I say this? And what's to be done about it? Well I'm glad you asked and I'll try to answer those questions after the jump. (SPOILERS FOR THE MOVIE)