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A couple guys talking about movies.

'nuff said.

(Updates every Monday, Wednesday & Friday)

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I've wanted to do this comic for ten years!

Sorry, this webcomic isn't making a comeback. But I did want to do this particular comic. Around ten years ago, when James Cameron's "Avatar" became the highest grossing movie of all time, I came up with an idea for when it would be kicked off that perch. Y'see, I wasn't really a big fan of Cameron at the time. I thought someone would make a movie, and knock "Avatar" off the top spot in no time.

Nearly ten years later...

Congrats to Marvel for making a movie that not only became the highest grossing picture, but was also a great film.

A tip of the hat to James Cameron, too. Not only did he make a couple of movies that were the top of the charts for so long ("Titanic" was in the number two spot for a real long time, too), but he'll probably regain the top spot again with another re-release of his giant Smurfs movie.

And congrats to Disney, who owns both franchises. It's a win-win for the Mouse House.
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Phil C.
July 13th, 2012
Heh. My last name is actually Carter, so this comic gave me a warm fuzzy. :)

But then it wouldn't be Popcorn, it'd be Sneaking A Flask Into The Theatre.

This was fun, though. Hope to do it again!
Today's comic is brought to you by Gibson Twist, the author of Pictures of You and Our Time in Eden. I think that he did a great job, don't you? He should do my comic on a regular basis (it might come out on a regular basis if he did).
@youngcannibals: Mostly I'm weirded out by all the twitter racism with the movie...
either way break dance fights should be mandatory for dystopian futures. i've been practicing up myself for the eventual bomb, natural disaster, or zombie apocalypse.
I did see Hunger Games. It was a really good movie, if you like boring cinematography and writing that doesn't bother with things like motivation or logic.
If the future doesn't have 80's flashbacks, I don't want to be there.
Haven't read the book, haven't seen the movie, might not do either, but this made me chuckle.
Let the Hunger Game jokes begin!
Kuiper Belt? Man, you brought 'er!
This was supposed to be Wednesday's comic. I'm still trying to get use to this Monday, Wednesday and Friday schedule again. I currently in Sacramento for work, so I blame the cowbells for my lack of updates.

Anyway, better late than never.
@youngcannibals: I just don't get republicans...
Parents, stop listening to Lou Dobbs.
Wow, sorry 'bout that.

I didn't expect to miss as many updates as I did. It's a constant struggle for me to try to maintain this update schedule against the amount of hours my job sometimes demands of me, and there are times that the job is going to win. Thank you for your patience.

And yes, Lou Dobbs really did say something like this. Irksome, I know.
Jacen (Guest)
March 5th, 2012
And now I've finally seen Hugo. Wow, did that movie suck. Tedious pacing, lame scenes, some clunky flashbacks . . . but hey, Scorsese got to take his love of extended takes into the realm of 3-D. Surprised he didn't do it sooner.
February 23rd, 2012
@youngcannibals: haha nice
Gibson Twist
February 22nd, 2012
I think Moneyball was the only one of the nominees that I did see, and I really enjoyed it. It was one of those rare gems of slightly dramatic comedy that finds its own unique comedic rhythm. It's also the first time I've liked Jonah Hill in years.
February 22nd, 2012
And that should wrap up our review of all the movies nominated for Best Picture this year. I'm on the road for work this week, but I'm expecting an update on Friday. However, if I miss you guys, then enjoy the Oscars.