Sega Genesis Mini -- $50Oculus Quest -- $400-$500SFXI Theater Gaming Headset -- $200Logitech G604 -- $70Xbox Game Pass -- $60/6 monthsBetrayal at House on the Hill -- $29.49...and more!Sega Genesis MiniIf your dad has been into gaming for a while, they'll probably get a kick out of the Sega Genesis Mini. Loaded with 40 classic games that defined the retro console, the Genesis Mini connects to modern TVs through HDMI and comes with two controllers, making it the perfect way to spend the afternoon catching up on retro milestones like Sonic the Hedgehog, Castlevania, Contra, and more. … [Read more...] about Best Father’s Day Gifts 2020: Gaming Gifts For Dads
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It would all be off-puttingly broad were there not such darkness and pathos at play. Behind the joke-shop grin, Winfried is a dejected figure at best, deranged at worst, stalking his daughter at every turn in a near-sociopathic attempt to introduce a little fun into her life. Ines, equally, is a thrillingly complicated creation, striving to make an impact in her male-dominated profession, engaging in a love life on her own terms and, in her own way, as combative and stubborn as her father. If he is doing all this partly because he spies her suits and clocks her working hours and leaps to that lame male belief that a woman needs a husband and children to truly find fulfilment, then it is conviction that Ade does not endorse. What is happiness and what is behind Winfried/Toni’s gags, her picture asks, while Ines responds to her father’s query as to her contentment by saying, “Happy is a strong word.” … [Read more...] about Toni Erdmann reaction: Cannes 2016
Schwartz: I wish I could tell you. We have not been greenlit yet for a sequel to that movie which was the highest-grossing domestic videogame movie of all time. I'm hoping that we find out soon. I know that times are very unique right now, and it's a weird time, so there's other things to worry about. But I'm hoping that we get greenlit soon, because I think that if we could jump further into the universe of, you know, Sonic, and what we have in the other characters there – there's so much stuff to do. My fingers are crossed, but they have not told me I'm doing it again. So we'll see. … [Read more...] about John Malkovich and Ben Schwartz take us on a slight detour
John: Hard to say because I didn’t stay in a single aspect of development flying, and moved on before the final outcome of trials in which I participated was achieved. I like to think lives might have been saved in Sea Vixen squadrons after the introduction of the deck landing autothrottle system, in which I had a hand, and likewise the head-up deck approach sight, with which I was involved at a rather earlier stage of its development. I’m not sure how far that one went, but I think it might have got into the Sea Harrier as an aid to approaching a safe hover beside the ship before moving over the deck to land on. At a very different level, the short burst of work in the far east in support of small ships’ Wasp flights having difficulty with torquemeter settings was important in its own way. … [Read more...] about The Flare Path Talks to a Test Pilot
Image 6 of 7Kit HaringtonWhen Game of Thrones finally comes to a close (sob), the former Jon Snow will need a follow-up project. What better way for Kit Harington to keep his star power high than to step into another iconic part in an ongoing franchise? He’d definitely have to bulk up a little to play Wolverine, but remember, Jackman wasn’t always the jacked man he’s been over the past few years. Harington’s time training for the Night’s Watch would serve as a nice precursor of what he’d need to do to retain the ferocity of Logan. … [Read more...] about Who should play the new Wolverine as Hugh Jackman says goodbye to the character?