Being one of the best working comedians today, Bill Burr a truly unique comedic voice, that deserves every ounce of respect. That being said, he's capable of better. With a successful one man podcast, an original cartoon show, and a blooming acting career. Burr might be overworked, and spread too thin these days. By far his worst special, Ol Billy Red face, might be riding the wave of his popularity, and cashing in. So maybe in the future once the crowds are gone, the quality and bitterness will creep back in. Still the man though.
The man with the naturally funny voice, you either love him or find him incredibly annoying. I happen to be in the love him camp. Now aging but still maintaining the same Norm that Ive grown up on. Funny and surprising fresh. His awkward funniness always keeps me hanging on to see what he's going to say next.
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First of all lets just clear the air, and state yes this is a sequel. There are people that say you can never beat the original. In the case of Blade Runner 2049, they got pretty damn close. I'm not saying anything new that the rest of the world that has seen this film has already said. So lets pick it apart shall we. With a star studded cast from the beginning with Bautista to Robin Wright, Jared Leto, and…
An entirely forgettable affair in every sense of the word, Justice League fails to setup any further direction to the DC world-building than a slow descend back to camp where it was after Tim Burton's Batman movies 25 years ago. Nolan's years at helm are certainly far away by now.
The bafflingly conventional, illogical and randomly jumping story doesn't have a single unexpected turn of events and instead treads waters that have been trod many times before and with greater…