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I’m not ashamed to say that I wept uncontrollably at TFIOS.
Only serious complaint I had was the severe lack of a John Green Stan Lee-esque cameo.
Holy crap. Amazing Spider-man 2 fucked me up in the best way. The amount of feels that movie left me with should be illegal. Spidey’s heroics filled me with such childhood glee, and Andrew Garfield really nailed his Peter/Spidey performance. And Gwen was in top form as well. Emma Stone was really awesome in this, and the Peter/Gwen chemistry was really palpable.
I’m going to need to see it again, but geez. I’m not ashamed to say I cried a bunch. Between this and Cap a month ago, as well as AoS, Marvel’s hitting things out of the park for me.
Edit: Oh, and that seizure trigger post going around about this movie? Yeah, it’s a weird strobe lighting scene that was really excessive and will probably be a big issue for a lot of people. It’s about 30-45 seconds long, but I had to look away. Other than that, I really liked this movie.
Gonna have to join the cacophony of disgruntled Veronica Mars fans who can’t download the Flixter App. I’m sure it has to do with the stress of all of us trying to download the app at the same time, but this is utterly frustrating.
Jeff Davis, Harmontown at SXSW
Had a WONDERFUL time at Welcome to Night Vale Live! The story was great, and seeing Cecil in person was absolutely awesome. I was bummed that I didn’t get to meet the cast, but I’ll get over it.
I really had a lot of fun, and it was well worth my first official vacation day from work. I hope they come back to the East Coast again :)