BIGHatDino

Geek, sneaker freak, occasional artist
racialicious:

I lost most of my composure while interviewing this five year old Rocket cosplayer who was entirely too adorable for words. — KJ

racialicious:

I lost most of my composure while interviewing this five year old Rocket cosplayer who was entirely too adorable for words. — KJ

(Source: tyndalecode, via xerox-kitty)

joshburggraf:

@  bighatdino Pen Wars

Nice, loads of Zebras, Pentels, Zigs and Fabers like I have :D
I really should sort my pen tub out (that photo was the content of a bag I found).

joshburggraf:

@  bighatdino Pen Wars

Nice, loads of Zebras, Pentels, Zigs and Fabers like I have :D

I really should sort my pen tub out (that photo was the content of a bag I found).

I think I have enough pens…

I think I have enough pens…

jonathan-e:

Kubrick would have been 86 today. Happy birthday, Stanley!

jonathan-e:

Kubrick would have been 86 today. Happy birthday, Stanley!

Every now and again I remember Alfred J. Kwak.  Here he is checking the form of his girlfriend Winnie.  Damn these cartoons were good, and it’s criminal they’re not still readily available in English.

Every now and again I remember Alfred J. Kwak.  Here he is checking the form of his girlfriend Winnie.  Damn these cartoons were good, and it’s criminal they’re not still readily available in English.

itswalky:

siphersaysstuff:

monzo12782:

A collection of contemporary reviews of The Transformers: The Movie.

See, I remember reading reviews in the papers pretty much universally panning the ‘86 movie when it was new. And the home video guides were no less forgiving when it was finally made available then.

Loud, gratuitously violent, confusing, and you can’t tell the robots apart.  All Transformers movies ever, forever. 

Adults giving a poor review to a film that is meant to be enjoyed by the children the toys are for.  Now where have I seen that happen? :D

(via dcjosh)

mercurialblonde:

supervillain:

The Island (2005), dir. Michael Bay. 

When people finally come back around on Michael Bay, do I get bonus points for never once apologizing or qualifying a single Bay film I enjoyed?

I loved the Island.

I enjoyed his films up until Transformers (even Pearl Harbour & Armageddon).  Transformers killed my enjoyment of him.  I’m not sure if it was just the interpretation of something I’d enjoyed since childhood, or just that it was a terrible, terrible film that felt like a caricature of his other word.  The Transformers movies amplify one of his worst aspects that afflicted Bad Boys II and Armageddon to a lesser extent: bad comedy.  Spike’s parents, the great John Turturro’s agent.  Sometimes I think Bay didn’t understand what worked about Bad Boys, so Bad Boys II became a slight parody.

I haven’t seen Pain & Gain, so I don’t know if somehow that was a return to form, but I’d really love to see him making a film like The Island, or The Rock.

dialupmodem:

did this person break up their own relationship

I imagine the fake girl they created was everything they knew their boyfriend would like - so his perfect girl… that is some next level stupidity.

dialupmodem:

did this person break up their own relationship

I imagine the fake girl they created was everything they knew their boyfriend would like - so his perfect girl… that is some next level stupidity.

(Source: unclefather, via saxifraga-x-urbium)