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Mr. Freeze

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  1. My all time favorite burgers are the ones with some combo of


    - Caramelized onions 

    - Provolone cheese

    - Barbeque sauce

    - Mushrooms


    Cooked medium. Anything less is sacrificial, anything more is sacrilegious. No lettuce or tomato, keep those on the salads. Burgers are meant to be tasty, greasy and terrible for your health. 


    If you're up to it, order a burger with a fried egg or pineapple ring on it. I guarantee either option is delicious. 

  2. 5 hours ago, princetontiger said:

    A lot of forums that exist from the 2000-2010 period seemed large at the time... but, when I look, there's only 5-10k users....


    Reddit has millions and millions of people.


    Reddit has millions and millions of accounts, because one person can have multiple accounts I imagine that the amount of real people is a bit lower.


    And the vast majority of users there lurk and don't post. Compared to your average specialized forum with a long term user base that's naturally engaged, it's probably better for discussion the more obscure the topic gets. 

  3. Marvel movies are meant to be comfort food. Accessible, fun entertainment. The public knows this, the fans know this, but on the internet there's a growing contingency of people who are demanding the movies be High Art and sacrifice what makes them so entertaining. You want experimentation in your superhero films, the DCEU is that way (I'm sure they could use the fans.) 

  4. Live and Let Die is Bond meets Blaxplotation which makes it too hilarious to truly dislike. As someone who's seen every Bond, my top five worst are:


    1. Quantum of Solace (terrible Bourne wannabe movie with the worst villain imaginable.)

    2. Die Another Day (action movie trash with a hilariously dumb villain)

    3. Moonraker (blatant chasing of Star Wars, only saved by Jaws)

    4. License to Kill (not a spy movie, not a good thriller, not a fucken Bond film)

    5. Man with the Golden Gun (boring as hell, only saved by Christopher Lee)

  5. Resident Evil is known as Biohazard in Japan because the American hardcore band Biohazard owned the rights to the name. 


    Resident Evil 3 started off as a spin-off featuring the character of HUNK on a cruise ship searching for a G-Virus sample.


    ERMAC never existed in Mortal Kombat II, the image with him in it is a fake image from EGM's April Fool's issue. 


    Star Fox Adventures was originally a game named Dinosaur Planet and featured a very different Krystal than the one we all know and love. 

  6. I don't understand the people who don't like Terminator 3 because it "broke the series' rules" but give T2 a pass even though it started the trend. 


    T2 was the first to mess with the previous movie's theme of changing the future. 

    T2 was the first actionized sequel to a 80's science fiction thriller. 

    T2 was the first sequel to have a gimmick Terminator. 

    I love T2 in every regard, but my dislike of T3 was that it just wasn't as good, not that it breaks some sacrosanct rule of the two previous movies.