I still haven’t seen even half of the movies from 2020 I usually see from a specific year, because… well… you know why, but I guess I’ve seen enough to make this list. At least I’ve seeen enough good movies. The situation did apparently mean that movies with smaller budgets rule this list, as the bigger ones were either pushed back or are behind paywalls I’m not interested in paying.
Here’s a question: How many sources of green do you need in your 99 cards to make sure (100%) that you have at least one of them in your opening hand of 7? The answer: 93.
For the roleplayers out there, who aren’t aware of this yet, Wizards of the Coast has now been trying to find synergy between their two main brands: Dungeons and Dragons (D&D), and Magic: the Gathering (MtG or just Magic). This has now resulted in a set of Magic cards to be released later this month. I’m not a big fan of this development.
Here’s why: I was trying to fix a problem with a plugin on this site and there seems to be a cache I can’t figure out, which stops me from doing what I want to do. So, just to get out of that frustrated mindset I decided to do some other light coding instead. For some reason, I had also been thinking about this rule we had in our D&D games back in early 90s, so why not combine these two?
Note: I know that as of this writing the plugin that handles the card images is down, but I will try to fix when I have the time. Sorry about that.
Well, this is my kind of commander.
Note: Not the top 10 movies or anything like that. This is more about contemplating what we could teach by showing movies to kids. Well, teenagers in some cases.
Yes, I did actively save this to be the last movie I do in this series. If you have never seen it, you might not understand why, but I also bet there’s plenty of readers who are nodding right now in agreement, because this movie is something else.
So, it has finally come to this… Although, I don’t think this is an actual horror comedy, but we’ll get to that.
According to Kevin Bacon, at some point of his career, he called this the most fun he had had making a movie. It does have that kind of a feel. There is another story where he practically broke down about the idea of making such a movie he saw as a career low at the time. He went later on to do a TV series called I Love Dick as the titular character, so that might not have been the last time he felt that way. However, I do think Tremors is a good movie and definitely something to be proud of despite the creature-feature premise.