Remember Eight Crazy Nights?
I enjoyed the animation and overall story. I am not a pretentious douchebag so I can actually enjoy a little of the toilet humor. I can understand his bitch about the voices being annoying but it doesn't bother me.
7/10 would watch again but I wont actively seek it out.
Never seen it. I always inferred from the old man character that it was just Sandler's old skits strung along by a barebones plot, and I owned the CDs those skits are from, so I just kinda didn't care.
I've never actually seen 8 Crazy Nights. My only knowledge of the film is "Animated Sandler" and "Smell ya later, poopsicle." because kids in school would say it all the time.
What a weird line to latch on to. Was it in the trailer or something?
Do you think he just hadn't had any in ages and his standards just completely deteriorated? Or does he like fatties?
I haven't had sex in 3+ years and I'm worried this or something similar will happen to me, however my standards haven't dropped
I feel like thats one of the few scenes that are purely there for comedic value, and have no "dramatic" part to them or something that really adds to the story.
so it being one of the few that stick in a kid's mind isn't surprising.
The movie was fine. Really my only gripe about it was the shit part(s). Other than that it was entertaining, the animation was good, the songs were ok, and the story wasn't bad enough. I got some feels out of it.
It has one good one, the one by the end with a Jewish dance.
when you hit 25, regardless of gender your standards drop. Women suddenly will fuck _anything_ that has a stable job and men will fuck _anything_ that is capable of shitting out a kid. The ability to buy liquor starting at 21 expedites this.
welcome to adulthood
Are there any good and funny film/media critics
I'm 26 and I'm not interested in girls over the age of 19 man, and I'm not being "that guy" either...I don't get laid a whole lot and I'm probably like a 6 on a good day, but I'm not goin' piggin anytime soon
Plus young girls will think you're cool just cause you're older anyway and know more shit even if you're a total loser like I am
I like YMS, though he nitpicks a lot so it might not be your thing.
Todd kind of lost his mind after
Based Brad is all you need.
Once GamerGate began, SJW infiltrators like him stopped hiding their power levels.
It's now a major thing mostly because well American Jews needed something to not make their kids feel like shit. It's like a Jewish Christmas dinner is going out and getting Chinese.
How this Dobson-tier entertainer keeps his audience boggles my mind
Yeah, far too many jokes from 10 years ago have become reality. Remember when MGS2 was just a game and not an accurate prediction of the future?
Something about it struck me as really stupid from the first time I saw it. There's a "most humble" prize. It's decided by vote. If you are humble: you shouldn't seek attention. If you don't seek attention, nobody will know you exist to vote for you. So the award will never go to the most humble person, but to the best braggart.
Yeah, I know. Just like 1984, it was supposed to be a warning, not a road map.
>Infinite is SJW
>Having an advanced super society of white supremacists based on Christian principles destroyed by savage black Communists, and explicitly being told they're worse.
/v/'s fucking dumb, anon.
I could be mistaken, but I'm pretty sure he
got angry over seeing pro-GG tweeters with certain avatars related to his friend, another youtuber named JewWario who killed himself, and said he would be anti-GG and disgusted with shitlords using those avatars.Many saw it as a cheap way to score points using a dead friend.
you mean fake-yells
I know he's trying to yell, but he's got that weird normal-volume screechy-overacted voice which makes me think he wants to sound like he's yelling but doesn't want to upset his neighbors
Even though the jokes were pretty bad, the scenes that explored Davey's tragic elements were surprisingly effective. That scene when he finally reads the card gave me actual feels and strangely didn't feel incredibly forced and melodramatic to me despite the ridiculous shit surrounding it.
I'm sure people will disagree but it was enough to make me remember this movie fondly.
>In your opinion, which opinionated asshole fits your opinions most?
It's like you want to start something.
You don't have to have the same opinions to think someone is funny. I watch all of yahtzee's stuff even though I don't agree with half of the shit he says. He's just funny.
Maybe don't get your feelings so hurt.