one of the funniest movies ever

  • shrek one: bad
  • shrek two: the funniest movie i have ever seen. literally one of the funniest comedies of all time. incredible pacing and dialogue. reference jokes that were actually funny. surreal world that was so modern fantasy it actually worked. rocking score. awesome scene set to "i need a hero" being sung by the villain unironically and completely played straight. a bar of villains. just overall the best concepts ever.
  • shrek three: bad
  • shrek four: bad
Reasons to watch the LEGO Batman Movie
  • It’s so meta. Batman narrates through the opening logos and they show clips from the other adaptations of Batman and talk about how Joker and Batman have been fighting for 78 years. My personal favorite is when Alfred calls Batman out for all the Brooding™ he’s done since 1966.
  • It’s freaking hilarious. I’m not exaggerating when I say it’s the funniest movie I’ve seen in years. The jokes always hit the mark and even just how the characters act are enough to get huge laughs.
  • The characters. Batman is of course amazing but there’s also Robin who’s a literal ray of sunshine, Alfred who is the coolest butler ever and so much more, one of the best adaptations of Joker, and Barbara Gordon who is such a competent leader and fighter and so amazing in general.
  • Batman’s and Joker’s relationship. Having Joker portrayed as wanting validation from Batman that he is his greatest enemy but Batman not reciprocating those feelings creates one of the funniest, most amazing hero-villian dynamics ever to be put to film. 
  • It’s actually emotional. Amongst all the hilarity and action scenes the movie does take time to address the concepts of loneliness, confronting one’s fears, if you are really a good person or not (or if you’re in between), and the nature of family. It gives so much depth to Batman that is hardly seen in other adaptations and that’s what makes it so great. 

Hello and Happy Friday! We, the admins, read a lot of fic ourselves, so we decided to start this practice of weekly quick recs, so you can check out what we’re reading too! So here are five fics we enjoyed this week. 

parvati’s: Coax the Cold by MediaWhore - M, 86k

So I know this is an old favorite for a lot of people, and I’m perpetually late to the party, but I’m going to say it anyway: holy shit was this fic good. the story and concept itself is so beyond what you’re expecting that as it unfolds you don’t really know what to expect, and yet it’s beautiful and makes you cry anyway. this fic was so Out There which i think is behind my trepidation but it was so worth it. please do read this it’s Pure and rewarding.

jessica’s: Through Eerie Chaos by MediaWhore - G, 102k

this is one the most unique fics i’ve ever read. i feel like i can’t say too much about it without giving away the best parts but i’ll tell you that it can get quite angsty but the end is very rewarding! if you need an emotional cleansing this will definitely give you catharsis

kezs: Elysian by wonderlou - M, 81k

guys this is not a drill i found a beauty and the beast!au. harry is the beast and louis is belle and it follows the plot of the movie pretty closely but there are a few changes. be weary of all of the bad things the beast does in the movie because in the fic harry is temperamental and rude. but, it’s beauty and the beast! its not my absolute favorite fic but it was fun to read one of my favorite childhood fairytales as a gay adaption. 

brooke’s: Too Real to Fake It (pt. 2)  by thealmightyavocado - M, 82k

this fic was the funniest fic ive ever read like i was laughing hysterically the entire time!!!! it was such a happy and pleasant read, id love to meet this author and tell them how amazingly amusing their writing is!!!! also it has some really genuine parts that made me swoon a lil bit bc a quite a lot of the fic is told through memories which was lovely!

So one time my sister asks me if I want to watch a movie, getting more specific until she gets to PoA. When we put it in she asks if we can skip to the Knightbus scene and I agree. immediately after the scene ends she gets up and leaves. I seriously laughed for five minutes after that before shutting of the film, and it remains one of the funniest things my sister has ever done. I will never understand(nor care) why she needed to rope me into her convoluted plan to watch that scene.

New ask meme (don't have a good name for it yet)

1. What is your favorite board game?
2. Do you have a TV in your room?
3. Do you own a piggy bank?
4. What is the name of your childhood stuffed animal?
5. Favorite thing to draw?
6. If you had to have an animal onesie, which animal would you choose?
7. Tell a story you have about enacting revenge (if you have one).
8. Have you ever been catfished/been the catfish?
9. Spill the tea about a rude celebrity you met/know of.
10. What is one movie you wish could be remade?
11. Which cancelled TV show would you bring back if you could?
12. Which amusement park ride is your favorite?
13. What trend do you wish would stop being a thing?
14. Tell a story about a teacher you did not like and why.
15. What is the funniest thing that someone has said to you?
16. If you were a superhero, what would you want your outfit to look like?
17. Going with that theme, what would your superhero name be?
18. What is one food you absolutely hate?
19. Is there something people want you to do that you won’t just to spite them?
20. What is your favorite planet?
21. Giraffes or monkeys?
22. Unicorns or fairies?
23. What is your least favorite musical?
24. @ three of your favorite Tumblr users and say why you like them.
25. When is your birthday?

Feel free to reblog!!!

I saw Pirates of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales last night. Wow. I can honestly say that is the best movie I have seen in a long time, if not, ever. It was also the funniest. Oh my god I’m so emotional about it. If you’ve kept up with the series, even if you didn’t watch the 4th one, definitely go see this one. Not only will you love it, but the better the movie does in box office, the sooner they’ll get a sequel out there (which is already on IMBD and has a 2019/2020 rumored release date). If you haven’t kept up with the series but you want to see this you need to watch the first three at least because you will be so confused if you don’t (and helllo the first three are AMAZING) so yeah go see it I’m not going to spoiler anything but if you’ve kept up with the movies there are some BIG twists coming. And DONT forget to stay for the after credits scene.

Go see Pirates of the Caribbean 5 it was so good watch the first three if you haven’t or you’ll be confused and don’t forget to stay for the after credits scene.

20 Questions for Ed Sheeran, January 25, 2017.
  • Interviewer: What's the most exciting thing in life right now?
  • Ed: Uh, the new album. Coming out third of March.
  • Interviewer: What are you completely tired of right now?
  • Ed: Uhh... I dunno. Walking Dead. I can't seem to get into it. I'm on season four and it's just, I haven't-
  • Interviewer: I'm there as well! Which episode are you on right now?
  • Ed: I'm on like episode five? They're all ill and they're coughing up blood, and-
  • Interviewer: Oh, yeah. It gets better though. Keep on watching it bro.
  • Ed: See, everyone's been saying that, but I've watched like sixty episodes now, and I'm like, I can't quite... so yeah, I'm trying to get through it.
  • Interviewer: What song took you the least amount of time to write?
  • Ed: Thinking Out Loud.
  • Interviewer: What's the first thing that you do when you get an idea for a song?
  • Ed: Uhh, I shut the doors and go away from people.
  • Interviewer: If you could teach one subject at a school, what would it be?
  • Ed: Music. I'm actually going back to teach music at my old school soon.
  • Interviewer: Beautiful, I like that. Did you ever have detention during growing up and going to school?
  • Ed: 'Course, all the time.
  • Interviewer: All the time? Every day?
  • Ed: All the time.
  • Interviewer: What's your favorite drink?
  • Ed: Uhhh... beer. Ale. Like ale. Good, good English ale. Does Finland do good ale?
  • Interviewer: I don't know about that. Not so good. It's okay, but I think it's better in England.
  • Ed: Yeah. You can't drink too much of it though 'cause it's so heavy, it just, I just fall asleep. So I have three and I fall asleep. But the first one is like... glorious.
  • Interviewer: What's your favorite food?
  • Ed: ...Fish and chips? I reckon. Fish and chips. If you give me a fish and chips and an ale, pfft, game over. That's my day.
  • Interviewer: That's perfect. That's heaven. What's one thing you need to have in your fridge always? No matter what-
  • Ed: Ketchup.
  • Interviewer: Ketchup? With fish and chips.
  • Ed: I've actually refused to eat fish and chips when there wasn't any ketchup. I just think it's a travesty.
  • Interviewer: I get that. What's your favorite movie of all time?
  • Ed: Goodfellas.
  • Interviewer: Oh that's a good one. Classic. Favorite TV show?
  • Ed: A show called Love/Hate actually. It's an Irish TV show, like Gangland Dublin. It's amazing.
  • Interviewer: What's the funniest thing you've ever read about yourself on the internet?
  • Ed: That I introduced Adele and her husband Simon. Um, 'cause I do - I now - know them, but like when that came out I, well I'd met Adele, but I'd never met Simon. So I don't know how I could've introduced them.
  • Interviewer: Would you love to work with Adele?
  • Ed: Yeah. I don't think anyone's going to work with Adele. I think Adele kind of doesn't want to work with anyone. I think she does her own thing. So yeah, I think I'd say yes but I don't think it would ever happen.
  • Interviewer: What's the best way to relax for Ed Sheeran?
  • Ed: Sleep. Always a good way, yeah.
  • Interviewer: That's what I do as well. Name one thing you can't live without.
  • Ed: Um. My cats.
  • Interviewer: How many cats do you have?
  • Ed: Two. And they're GREAT.
  • Interviewer: Are you thinking about getting a third one?
  • Ed: I think it'd be unfair. They're sisters, so if you add another cat into the mix it might get weird.
  • Interviewer: What scares you the most?
  • Ed: Uh, heights. Yeah.
  • Interviewer: Me too, I'm afraid of heights. Have you ever done a bungee jump?
  • Ed: I did, yeah. I hated it. Have you done it?
  • Interviewer: Really, you did it?! So you've probably beat that then.
  • Ed: No, no it's made it even worse. Even worse, yeah. Never do it.
  • Interviewer: Really? Okay, I'm not gonna do it then. Thanks for the tip man.
  • Ed: Oh god, I'm just remembering falling down that, like oh god, it was horrible.
  • Interviewer: What was your first job?
  • Ed: My first job, I worked in a pub. I washed, I did the washing up in a pub.
  • Interviewer: If you could travel to any place in the whole world, where would you go?
  • Ed: ...Iceland. Iceland again. I love, I love, I love Iceland.
  • Interviewer: So you've been there, like-?
  • Ed: Once. But it was one of the best places I've ever been to.
  • Interviewer: Have you ever been to Finland?
  • Ed: Yeah. I've been to Finland, yeah. I think I played a small show in Finland once.
  • Interviewer: If you were in a boyband, what would the band's name be?
  • Ed: Wrong Direction.
  • Interviewer: [Laughs] Wrong Direction, I love that. What's the best piece of advice you've ever received?
  • Ed: Always be nice to people.
  • Interviewer: That's cool. It works out every time. If you could work with any artist in the world, who would it be?
  • Ed: Beyonce. Beyonce. I have worked with her before, but not on an original song.
  • Interviewer: Could you name three things that make you happy right now? This Wednesday.
  • Ed: Uh, my cats. Pictures of my cats. And hearing about my cats. I like my cats. Three things.
  • Interviewer: [Laughs] What's the biggest no-no purchase you've ever bought?
  • Ed: No-no? Astin Martin. Astin Martin, yeah. I only drove it a couple of times.
  • Interviewer: Really?! How much was it?
  • Ed: It wasn't cheap. I feel like, I felt... I got it, and I felt cool. And then I felt like an idiot. I don't think sports cars are for me.
  • Interviewer: Do you still have it?
  • Ed: I do still have it, yeah. I let my manager's wife drive it. She uses it.
25 Random Asks

1. Whats one thing on your bucket list?

2. Whats your least favorite food?

3. If you could only listen to one song for the rest of your life, what would it be?

4. What do you do to unwind?

5. What movie do you wish life was more like?

6. What is the most interesting piece of trivia you know?

7. How many phones have you broken or lost?

8. What did you think was silly until you tried it?

9. When you are day dreaming, what do you dream about?

10. What was the weirdest habit you had as a child?

11. What was the last book that you got so absorbed in that you couldn’t put it down?

12. What’s your weirdest pet-peeve?

13. Are you a superstitious type of person? About what?

14. Do you like waking up early or staying up late?

15. Pick one to live in: beach, city, or country?

16. What was the last picture you took with your phone? 

17. What is your perfect pizza?

18. Have you ever been stung by a bee? 

19. What weird food combinations do you really enjoy?

20. What movie can you watch over and over without ever getting tired of?

21. If someone narrated your life, who would you want to be the narrator?

22. What’s the funniest joke you know by heart?

23. What game have you spent the most hours playing?

24. Do you eat food that’s past its expiration date if it still smells and looks fine?

25. What was the last song you sung along to?

intenseyodelling  asked:

Heya!! I am about to embark on my first ever Johnny Depp movie marathon!!! I was wondering if you could tell me a little bit about the absolutely essential JD movies (obviously I would love to watch them all but I only have 3 days or so). Like in your opinion what are the funniest, happiest, saddest ones???? (I don't think I've ever seen a Johnny movie with like a proper crying scene, I've seen Crybaby but I mean something more realistic). Thanks in advance for your help!!! xx


Okay, so here’s my recommendations, organized into categories! Each category is organized in the order of my personal preferences.

The only film where he legitimately cries is in The Man Who Cried (he…. is the man who cried). There’s also a moment in The Libertine, and I believe in The Brave.

Funny films:

  • Mortdecai
  • Once Upon A Time in Mexico (not a comedy, but still actually hilarious and Johnny’s part, while he’s playing a ‘serious’ character, his part is mostly comedic and mostly due to his character choices!)


  • Blow
  • Public Enemies
  • Black Mass
  • Donnie Brasco


  • Finding Neverland
  • Chocolat

If You Want to Understand Johnny Depp:

  • Edward Scissorhands (is the pivotal film in his career and is required watching if you haven’t already!)
  • The Libertine (I’d say with 99% certainty that this film is one he poured his heart and soul into the most)
  • Ed Wood
  • Benny and Joon
  • What’s Eating Gilbert Grape
  • Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (the film that changed his life, for better and worse, but Jack is the love of his life.)
  • The Lone Ranger (deeply personal film for him.)
  • Rango (seems super random but if you look closely there is a LOT of him in Rango. Also it’s just a great film.)
Dating Justin Foley Would Include:

-Random Kisses

-Cuddles when either of you are upset/sad

-Him staying at your house a lot because of his family problems

-Your parents don’t care because they high key love him

-“We should run away”

-“I’m not running anywhere. I’ll walk”

-Laughter all the time

-He’s literally one of the funniest (and most adorable) person you’ve ever met

-“Can we get a dog?”

-Midnight adventures to cheer each other up

-Hanging out with the boys

-Literally nobody messes with you because they know your crazy boyfriend will beat their asses

-Watching movies and throwing popcorn at each other

-Fighting over stupid stuff

-Like who gets to choose the movie you watch


-He gets jealous easily

-Cute nicknames (Cutie, babe, princess, kitten, etc)


-He loves you to pieces and would do anything for you

-You feel the same way

-Tickle fights

-“I love you so much. I can’t wait until we’re married and have a family.”

-“I can’t either. I love you, too, J.”

Exo's reaction to when their crush has a weird laugh

Request said: BTS/EXO reaction to their crush/friend cracking up at something they said and they realize she has a weird and loud laugh? (Sorry if this request is weird 😂)


Xiumin: You guys were on a cute coffee date, out of the sudden you started to laugh but it was the one that you tried to hide for months from Minseok. You always hated how you sounded because it sounded so much like a little girl and finally coming to the surface made you kind of embarrassed. Minseok will look at you with a shocked expression but won’t tell you anything because he thought it was cute. 

Originally posted by sehuntiago

Suho:  You guys were just talking about how his day went. But when he told you one of the funny things that Baek did to the guys, it was so hilarious that you lost your ladylike and laughed your ass off like a retarded seal  He will be surprised at your sudden reaction. 

Originally posted by irpsychotic

Baekhyun: “JAGI!! LOOK AT ME!!” he would sound so excited as he entered the room.  “What the…” you burst-ed laughing  because he was dressed like a mad man and with sunglasses on and acting like a bitch. But instead of sounding like you normally did, you sounded as if you were chocking on yourself. He will be teasing you about it, from now on. 

Originally posted by ethereal-baek

Lay: You guys were watching a drama. But suddenly a very funny part came on and you lost it completely making your squeaky sounds as you tried to breath but failed because you keep laughing ,surprising Yixing.  

Originally posted by kai69-edme

Chen: As you guys were watching videos of the funniest pranks ever from you-tube, one of them was a really hilarious. Which made you laugh with your cynical laugh, scarring Jongdae a little bit but also laughing with you and also because of the video. 

Originally posted by overnightprincess

Chanyeol: As you guys were watching a romantic/comedy movie together, one of the funny parts came, you tried to hold your laughter in but soon your eyes started to water and soon after it you exploded. Your laughter sounding like a Chipmunk  making Chanyeol laugh at your reaction and thinking that your laugh is so cute. 

Originally posted by porkdo-bi

D.O: You guys were cooking together, and suddenly Kyungsoo tripped in front of you. You tried so bad to keep it in but his face was so priceless, that you couldn’t anymore. You laughed so hard sounding like the baby laugh on you-tube. But after you recovered, you helped him. He was kind of mad at you for laughing but still he thought it was kind of cute. 

Originally posted by luedeer

Kai: You guys were enjoying your fried chicken dinner, when out of the sudden, Kai decided to tell you a joke. Jokes usually don’t work on you but this joke was a really good one, and you laughed so hard you ended up scaring the crap out of him (but in a good way). “Jagi, I think I should say more of these jokes to you” he smiled. You nodded. 

Originally posted by jonginssoo

Sehun:  Sehun challenged you to watch a video and try not to laugh but he didn’t told you it was the hardest version. Once the video played, you started to struggle you tried and tried so hard not to laugh but in the middle of the video you couldn’t anymore. You laughed so hard and screamed and laughed and screamed, that he was so surprised that this was the actual way you laughed. He would tease you in front of the other members, but secretly he would love to see you laugh like that again , because that’s how he truly saw your beauty of happiness. 

Originally posted by xehun

The Lego Batman Movie Review

Just saw the Lego Batman Movie, and it was surprisingly very good! It was much better than I was expecting, and was even a lot better than The Lego Movie.

This movie is more than just a cash grab movie based on a famous toy line and DC Superhero. This movie is more than just a parody of Batman, it has a surprisingly well made plot, and a lot of fun surprises throughout. There are a lot of fun jabs at nearly anything Batman and DC Comics related. There’s also surprise appearances from other villains from non DC related franchises. This had more crossover material than the original Lego Movie even, which is quite shocking, since you’d think this would’ve only focused Lego versions of Batman characters, with a few DC Hero cameos thrown in.

The action, and humor in this was fantastic. The climax of the movie was both exciting, and surprisingly emotional, I heard a few people crying a few seats behind me. This movie not only had a lot of great references to previous Batman portrayals from over 90 years of DC comic history, but it also offered a lot of new stuff that no Batman portrayal has ever really tackled well before. Even Batman in this movie had a lot of depth, and character development throughout the film, there were even times where I felt so sorry for him in this movie, there was a lot of emotion put into this.

The voice acting was great as well, like Will Arnett as Batman, Michael Cera as Robin, Zach Galifianakis as Joker, and Rosario Dawson as Barbara Gordon/Bat Girl. The humor was so funny as well, right from the beginning, we hear Batman side commenting on the cliche of opening logos and movie intros. The movie even went as far as admitting last year’s Batman VS Superman, and Suicide Squad were big disappointments. It’s so ironic how a film called The Lego Batman Movie ended up being a lot better than DC’s 2 big hitters from last year, and it didn’t get as much promotion as those 2 critical disappointments.

The audience was laughing throughout the film, I heard more laughs coming from teens and adults, than the actual little kids who dragged their parents into seeing it. The movie was definitely the funniest super hero related film I’ve ever seen. One part that cracked the whole theater up, was when Robin meets Bruce Wayne, and he’s just thrilled to meet Bruce. He mentions how his name is Richard, but everyone at the Orphanage calls him Dick. Bruce then says “Yes, kids can call people very cruel names…”

So yeah, The Lego Batman Movie was surprisingly a very fun movie to watch, and was worth watching in theaters. If anyone saw the Lego Movie, but didn’t like it, I encourage you to still give this one a chance, it is a lot better, funnier, more action packed, and even more heart warming than The Lego Movie.

anonymous asked:

Do you have a life changing movie?

Depends on what aspect of my life has been “changed.” I’ve had “Sisterhood of Night” make me ache about what girlhood means, “Labyrinth” on the nature of growing up, “Fight Club” just because it introduced me to Chuck Palahnuik, “Pan’s Labyrinth” for escapism, “La Belle et la Bete” for how absolutely beautiful it is, “Only Lovers Left Alive” for sheer Vampire Aesthetic Goals, “What We Do in the Shadows” because it’s the funniest movie I’ve ever seen, “Pulp Fiction” because it has the weight of a great script…

I haven’t had anything that’s changed me inside out in one film. But there can be realizations in different movies that I like.

One of the funniest fucking things ever to me is this one GameInformer article I read years and years ago (you know, back when anyone even cared about GameInformer) that was a list of the supposed “worst games ever”, and the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy text RPG from 1984

The entire reason it was on there was because the guy who wrote the article apparently never read the book, watched the TV series/movie, or listened to the radio show, so he had no idea you were supposed to lie down in front of the bulldozer

This dude went on this hilariously long angry rant condemning this game as TERRIBLE and THE WORST and THE MOST DIFFICULT GAME EVER and FUCKING SUCKS, all because he bought a game based off a book, apparently never even so much as read the first chapter, and thus never got past the beginning of the game. Incredible.

My personal thoughts on all of the Nicktoons (so far as of May 2017)
  • Doug: Cute, sweet show. I love it. Sad how it tends to be labeled as "boring" now- it's still a great show. And of course it kicked off the whole "slice-of-life cartoons" trend so that's pretty cool. And yes, I did like the Disney version. But it's nowhere near as good as the Nick version.
  • Rugrats: Probably one of my favorite cartoons ever. Funny, clever, great characters, great music, great '90s aesthetics, and Klasky-Csupo's style is perfect. One of THE best Nicktoons..too bad it got dumbed down in 2001. was such a great show and then I don't know what happened there. Rugrats in Paris should've been the finale. But...even the later episodes are better than it's spin-offs.
  • The Ren and Stimpy Show: While I'm not the biggest fan of most gross-out shows, I LOVE this one. I'm pretty much with Mr. Enter on how most gross-out cartoons seem to be TRYING to be R&S but rarely getting it right. The characters are hilarious and it's so weird, it's funny. But the less about Adult Party Cartoon; the better.
  • Rocko's Modern Life: Amazing show and I'm really excited for the TV movie...whenever that's coming out. I love the visual style, the music, the characters, and I'm sure I love it even more as an adult than I did as a kid (and I did love it as a kid)
  • Aaahh!!! Real Monsters: Another great show (really, Nick was at it's highest point in the '90s, but the early-to-mid '90s especially). Love the characters, the intentionally ugly's just great. Shame it tends to be so underrated.
  • Hey Arnold!: One of the greatest cartoons ever and probably the best Nicktoon ever. I love how it never tried to shy away from more mature themes that other kids' shows wouldn't try touching and it did a great job at it. Looking forward to the Jungle Movie, and of course...Helga was the best.
  • KaBlam!: I loved it as a kid. As an adult, I REALLY wonder why. The wraparounds try way too hard to be "hip", just akwardly shoehorning in references attempting to be the next TTA or Animaniacs, but falling completely flat. Characters were annoying but the voice acting was awesome. I do need to give the show credit for making me a ska fan. Most of the individual shorts kind of sucked but Action League Now! was hilarious and The Off-Beats was cute. And of course...
  • Life With Loopy: Yes I had to give this it's own mention because it's just that good. Nick really needs to give this one it's own series because the campy and surreal nature mixed with the overall sweetness was just a perfect blend, and the animation style was pretty awesome. The title character is just so perfect and so underrated. And I LOVE how aesthetically '90s the whole show is.
  • The Angry Beavers: Another one that's pretty underrated. I always really loved this show. I love all the banter and ad-libbing between Norbert and Daggett. And the music was great. I still listen to "Beaver Fever" and "I Think I Like You" now and again (also...Salem and Zim as beavers. How could you go wrong there?)
  • CatDog: Everyone hates this show but I really loved it. I love the character designs, CatDog themselves, and the theme song is NEVER going to leave my head. Sure, it's no Rocko or Hey Arnold!, but it's still a funny show.
  • Oh Yeah! Cartoons: Unlike KaBlam!, this one had different shorts in every episode rather than just four main short series, so it would take too long to go over all of them (not to mention that a good chunk of them aren't even online!). A lot of the shorts on this show were really funny and had some great visual styles. And Mina and the Count still needs a TV show.
  • The Wild Thornberrys: Really loved this show; I was the "animal kid" in my class so obviously I really liked this one. I just really love Klasky-Csupo. The movie was awesome and so was the show.
  • SpongeBob Squarepants: One of the funniest cartoons ever. While it got annoying seeing it become a schedule clog, the earlier episodes are still great. I heard that it got itself out of seasonal rot (look, let's pretend most of what came in-between the movie and the second movie never happened), but I rarely watch Nick anymore so I wouldn't know. Let's hope so.
  • Rocket Power: Not one of my favorites as a kid or as an adult (I wasn't really into the extreme sports craze), but my friends really liked it so I watched it with them and yeah, I enjoyed what I saw. It does have it's funny moments and while it's incredibly cheesy and way too late '90s/early 2000s that it hurts, it's a fun watch just for the cheese.
  • As Told By Ginger: A great show that I don't think I really appreciated enough until I got older. I guess I was just a LITTLE too young when it was new and by the time I was older and getting more into it...the show got cancelled. It's a really great show and one of Nick's best slice-of-life shows.
  • The Fairly OddParents: Really funny...for the first four seasons. S5 was when it started to slip and everything after that just got worse and worse. I still have fond memories of watching the older seasons and they're still good...but let's hope that jump to Nicktoons meant something.
  • Invader Zim: Great show, great animation, great character designs...did NOT deserve to be screwed over. I'm really looking forward to the TV movie. But...while I do love GIR (though he's not my #1 favorite character), the whole Hot Topic worship of GIR was pretty annoying. Let's face it- 2006/2007 on the internet was a bad time.
  • ChalkZone: Really cute. Admittedly I like the worldbuilding elements and characters a little more than the actual episodes (I did love all of S1 though; I think it was the best season), it's still great. S4 was...not the best though. From what we know about the canned S5, it was probably gonna be a lot better but...Nick had to be Nick. Let us have S5, already. And really- why didn't we get a ton of Snap merchandise?
  • The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius: Good show but I liked the movie more. Had some really funny moments and is so aesthetically early 2000s that it's pretty fun looking back on.
  • My Life as a Teenage Robot: Loved this one and I wish it got more recognition. Jenny was absolutely adorable and she was a hero to me as a kid (okay, looking back...I'm sure I had a crush on Jenny). Sad that the network treated it like shit.
  • All Grown Up!: The special was good. The first season was pretty good. After that I felt like I was reading glorified Rugrats fanfic. All it was really was "Ginger Lite" as ATBG was dealing with the heavier stuff while this was all the leftover stuff. Rugrats was great and had an interesting premise. AGU! was more of the same.
  • Danny Phantom: This was the last Nicktoon I REALLY loved as a kid. A really good show that could've gotten even more awesome had it's own creator not fucked it up. Ugh...I want a revival but PLEASE let it be by Steve Marmel and not Butch. Also Sam was a preteen. And I've got tons of purple and black in my wardrobe (and the same purple lipstick) now that may or may not have been influenced by her (well, that and/or the fact that those are my favorite colors anyway). Like many others...I totally had a crush on Danny as a kid.
  • Avatar the Last Airbender: Okay, admittedly...I was never into this show. But I praise it for it's themes, animation, story...while I personally couldn't get into it, it still is a great show and probably the last really good Nicktoon for a while. And yeah- we don't talk about that movie.
  • Catscratch: I didn't really see enough of it but what I saw I liked. Wanted to see more but it came and went really fast.
  • The Xs: While the previews for it looked pretty good, I...did not like it. I watched it when it premiered and everything but it was a letdown. Felt like they were trying WAY too hard to make their own version of The Incredibles but with Erin Esurance-esque animation. Voice acting was great though (I noticed that Wendie Malick was the saving grace for TWO bad 2005 cartoons)
  • El Tigre: Okay this was RIGHT around the time I was starting to lose interest/outgrow Nickelodeon. Had a great premise and could've been a really good show and I was looking forward to it, but it felt like tons of other flash cartoons at the time and the voice acting could've been a lot better (great talents- direction-wise though...). Maybe if I were a younger kid when it came out, I would've liked it more, was annoying. But the creator has made some other great stuff and I STILL need to see The Book of Life. I'm kicking myself for not seeing it in the theaters due to my work and college schedule.
  • Tak and the Power of JuJu: Didn't play the games but I already knew the franchise was pretty much dying by the time the show came out. It was awful. And we never heard from Tak again...
  • Back at the Barnyard: The movie had it's problems but was at least watchable. The show was just annoying and unfunny.
  • The Mighty B!: Unpopular opinion, but...I really loved this show. It has problems, but there was something about it I couldn't hate. Bessie was just such a great character. Wasn't a big fan of the grossout elements but otherwise it was really funny. Not a great show, but I was entertained enough.
  • Rugrats Pre-School Daze: YES THIS IS A REAL SHOW. Ugly art style (I'm pissed that K-C didn't use their signature style and went for something more "cutesy"; it just looked awful), bland writing, and really not a very interesting series. No wonder why it only lasted four episodes and didn't even air in the US until 2008 after all the episodes were released direct-to-video as bonus features on those Tales of the Crib DVDs (the less about them, the better). All it felt like was a desperate attempt to keep a dying franchise alive.
  • The Penguins of Madagascar: I was pretty neutral to the Madagascar franchise- saw the first movie in theaters and it was alright; wasn't dying to see the sequels so I never did. The show however never did anything for me.
  • Fanboy and Chum Chum: While I was already losing interest in Nick around 2005-2007, this was right around the time where I was officially done. I was a teenager at this point and not into this stuff anymore, but I stuck around for the old SpongeBob or FOP rerun and well...guilty pleasure Mighty B!. Then they changed the logo. And then this show came out. was SO annoying. Annoying theme song, annoying characters...animation style would've worked a lot better if it was in 2D rather than CGI; it just fell way too deep into the uncanny valley for me. I wouldn't say this was the final nail in the coffin for me though; it was definitely the logo change.
  • T.U.F.F. Puppy: Didn't like it. Jokes weren't that funny. I did love the character designs though.
  • Planet Sheen: Sheen didn't need a spinoff. This was one of the worst ideas ever.
  • Kung-Fu Panda Legends of Awesomeness: Liked the first movie (I need to watch it again), haven't seen the sequels but I should. Was bored with the TV show.
  • TMNT: Haven't seen it but I've heard nothing but good things about it. Maybe I should check it out.
  • The Legend of Korra: Heard it was pretty good, but as I wasn't really into Avatar I probably wouldn't be too interested.
  • Robot and Monster: Never saw.
  • Monsters vs. Aliens: Saw the movie and it was...alright. Didn't think it was warranting of a TV series. Didn't watch it.
  • Sanjay and Craig: Saw some of it while waiting for another show to come and...I never wanted to watch it again. Not a fan of the character designs and it was really unfunny. But it's better than Breadwinners.
  • Rabbids Invasion: I did like the Rabbids games as a preteen this time, I don't think they were that popular anymore. Didn't watch it. How is it still running?
  • Breadwinners: Worst Nicktoon ever (so far). Ugly characters, awful animation, shitty did this get greenlit? Nick...just because "it's for kids" doesn't mean "we can half-ass it"
  • Harvey Beaks: What's this? A GOOD NICKTOON? Yes- it's such a cute show with cute character designs, really nice's got a nice, nostalgic feel to it while also feeling like something brand new that Nick hasn't done. I'm pissed that it was screwed over.
  • Pig Goat Banana Cricket: Like Monsters, I like how it's "intentionally ugly" and some of the jokes/line delivery managed to be pretty funny, but is otherwise pretty meh to me overall. I'd like it more if I were seven, because hey, that's the show's target audience.
  • The Loud House: I'm glad it has positive representation (thank you for including gay parents in one of your shows, Nick!), but otherwise it's just too bland and cliched for me. Nice character designs; animation could be better. Again, I'd probably like it more if I were in the target audience.
  • Bunsen is a Beast!: Haven't watched it. Don't plan on it, either.
It’s sad that few will ever understand how Scream Queens is one of the greatest and funniest TV shows ever made.

Christ, Emma Roberts is basically Regina George on acid. She’s insane. She knows she is. (But it’s implied her parents drove her that way.)

Abigail Breslin is sad and lonely because she’s “fat” (but she isn’t really.) 

Then there’s Billie Lourd’s blank, passive and dead-eyed stare to all the horror that is occurring all around her. (She doesn’t give a shit.) 

IMO, this show has a lot to say about feminism, teen movies and the horror film genre in general. 


You know what the best thing about The Big Lebowski is?  Technically it’s Film Noir.  Like The Big Sleep or The Maltese Falcon or something of that ilk.  So when you see the rich porno guy writing something down while talking on the phone, you just know The Dude is going to try this trick.  But instead of an address or a bank account number, he gets this.  I’m not usually one for dick jokes, but this one is hilarious.  Especially since Lebowski has taken on the persona of a private dick for this adventure.