A quick note about Chris Evans-with-a-beard? For some reason, to me he looks JUST like Ryan Reynolds-with-a-beard. Maybe I’m just racist against extremely attractive white guys. I dunno.
In a perfect world, this show would have been 13 episodes long, there would be a lot more make-outs and the hacker chick would have been shot in the head halfway through. This is not a perfect world. But for Whedon fans, superhero fans and those intrigued by what SHIELD might mean for the general media landscape, it will spark some interest.
People on Scandal have a lot of sexy sex, and sometimes not-so-sexy sex, and a lot of the time it’s sexy sex with people who they shouldn’t be having sex with. (Which of course makes it even sexier.) No matter what, it’s weird and complicated and full of drama and usually involves something getting shoved off a desk. No one deliberately takes off her panties like a female character on Scandal. They all have a very special knack for it.
- Liz Tells Frank What Happened In “Scandal” (Sorta.) No spoilers. Except for the fact that there are sexytimes.
Not QUITE as lifeless as Jaden Smith’s expression here might have you expect! Liz Tells Frank What Happened In “After Earth.”
Get ready to make this face, like, a LOT. Liz Tells Frank What Happened In Darren Aronofsky’s “Noah”
The acknowledgement that love takes many shapes and forms, that some people just need to find their time, is something you don’t necessarily get too often from our increasingly-owned-by-Disney pop culture. Expecting the fairy tale of falling in love with a handsome prince(ss) and living happily ever after until you die “Notebook”-style in each other’s arms (oh, by the way, spoilers for “The Notebook”)? That’s not only unrealistic, but at times downright destructive.
In which Liz tells Frank who the Mother is, and maybe shares some additional thoughts.
(Statute of limitations on Notebook spoilers is way, way over, for the record.)
Seriously, the budget for the CGI probably cost about three packs of gum. Liz Tells Frank What Happened In TNT’s “The Librarian,”
The resulting third iteration of Endless Love is so watered-down, the only two things it has in common with the book are its title and the fact that it has a house fire in it somewhere. In fact, this movie is so whitewashed and devoid of conflict, I’m not even sure it actually exists.
- From John Tells Liz What Happened In “Endless Love,” which delves into conspiracies and also explains why you know who Brooke Shields is.