Adaptations dont really bother me much. they can in fact be great at times. my major issue is when they adapt a book, game, comic or whatever and keep only the name. resident evil, i am legend, world war z. the only things those movies have in common with the source material is the name. » 3/07/14 11:25am 3/07/14 11:25am

AGREED! to paraphrase the the great Vince McMahon, "Anakin screwed anakin." i cant really think of any times when anakin was forced to do somthing he didnt want. he was whiny, controlling, a dick and kind of a bully. nobody lied to him to make him do what he did. sure, he might have been misled at times but anakin always … » 3/06/14 1:38pm 3/06/14 1:38pm

thats my problem with Tolkien in general. they guy had a GREAT imagination and his world building skills are second to none. but christ on a crutch he sucks at writing books. i read and enjoyed the books when i was younger and then when i saw the films i was shocked jackson was able to make a great movie out of them. » 3/06/14 10:44am 3/06/14 10:44am

Ellison is the perfect example of some body's attitude affecting their career. theres no doubt in my mind that had he not been a giant douche bag to everybody he would have had a prolific career. Alan Moore has the same problem but he comes off more as crazy than as an asshole. » 3/06/14 10:05am 3/06/14 10:05am

Gul Dukat. he counts because he is a hero in his own mind.i find Dukat fascinating. he legitimately thinks he is the good guy. in the story of Dukats life, he is the constantly mis understood hero who no one ever gives credit for all of the things he does. or so he thinks. he actually makes an excuse for the… » 3/05/14 1:49pm 3/05/14 1:49pm

i think the overall story of the buffyverse will remain accessible forever. but that show is even now, INCREDIBLY dated.im not complaining, i LOVE the 90's. i grew up during that time and its allways fun to revisit it. but in 50 years people will enjoy the drama but be confused about some of the jokes. » 3/04/14 8:58am 3/04/14 8:58am