The basic premise of the event is that the Phoenix Force is heading for Earth, and bringing destruction with it!!!!! Read more...
I SUPPOSE there are some SPOILERS in here. You were warned. Dearest Readers:
The Correctness has been receiving a fair amount of e-mail looking for clarifications and understand about plot points in famous films. We, as always, are correct, and aim to spread understanding in these cases. Let us begin. Dear Correctness, Was the gun that Edward Norton's character uses at the end of Fight Club real, or was it imaginary like Tyler Durden? Jim in Brooklyn
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A Glossary of Terms that have yet to, but ought to come into everyday usage. Today's Correctness Glossary term: DEXTER : (DEXter) v. 1.) to harm, mutilate or kill someone who richly and deeply deserves it.
There was a huge announcement last week that caused ripples of excitement, terror, joy and disdain throughout the Geek Community. Ridley Scott would be making another film in the Blade Runner universe. No word on whether it's a a prequel, a sequel, or otherwise with Harrison Ford's participation being called very unlikely. When we heard the news, we figured it definitely called for a round table... THE NEW BLADE RUNNER PROJECT....THOUGHTS?
The Correctness Guide to Body Disposal: So, you’ve murdered someone! You’ve had one of those arguments with, for the sake of this article, a smallish pig. Perhaps your pig was treacherous, manipulative or downright cruel. Maybe your pig was abusive. Maybe you and your pig couldn’t sort out who the real father of your piglets was. Maybe your pig was a national security threat, and even if it wasn’t, you’d best start telling yourself that. In any case, things got a little heated, words were spoken, it all got out of hand, and now you have about 160 pounds of pork to dispose of, and right quickly at that. Maybe your pig weighed a bit more or less, but he or she had it coming.