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The Wachowskis’ anime adaptation may be their most underrated, and subversive, film.
Speed Racer is a successful version of what George Lucas attempted with the Star Wars prequels. Like those films, it’s ostensibly a “kids’ movie,” colorfully simple and CG-driven, with an aspiration to explore deeper philosophical questions beneath the surface.
Just like EA Sports does with real NFL players, we decided to project Madden ratings for our favorite QB characters. This is very stupid and we put way too much thought into it. Enjoy.
One of the best things about Madden is the game's exhaustive player ratings. Each player's ability is broken down into specific traits -- obvious attributes like strength or acceleration, but also intangible things like personality or toughness -- and from that algorithm, the game determines the player's overall rating. Basically, it's a power ranking for every conceivable skill for every person in the NFL. Imagine if everyone at your workplace received Madden ratings. How would Josh from Marketing react to seeing that he's apparently an 86 in Passive-Aggressive Emails?
The Baltimore Ravens shutout the Miami Dolphins 40-0 last night, but the game wasn't without excitement -- the world was introduced to Football Cat, a tabby kitten who sprinted along the sidelines during the 4th quarter. The big question now is where will this cat land in the 2018 NFL Draft? A thorough review of the NFL Rule Book revealed that there is, in fact, no rule against a cat playing football.
It's October 31st, and the most thrilling holiday on the calendar -- the NFL trade deadline. Today is the last day for teams to swap players or draft picks, and potentially alter their roster significantly for many seasons to come. Anything can happen at the trade deadline. The question is will your team get a treat, or will they get... whatever you might call the opposite of a treat?
Imagining football's best in '90s and modern style video games
Are we in a transition year of elite NFL quarterbacks? Through five weeks of the regular season, it certainly feels like we're in what Saturday Night Live periodically goes through with their cast -- a season in which many of the old guard begin to recede in favor of younger performers.
Let me begin by acknowledging my own bias here -- I fully believe Carson Wentz, savior of the Philadelphia Eagles, is as true a redhead as Ron Weasley, Richie Cunningham, or Andy Dalton.
But, like that whole episode with the dress, not everyone seems to be seeing the same thing. There are some who deny Wentz's redheaded-ness, even though they are 100% wrong. I guess I shouldn't be too surprised; some people believe the world is flat and dinosaur bones are a sneaky science hoax. I feel like at...
Our national nightmare is over: JuJu Smith-Schuster's lost bicycle has been found and returned.
Walter Payton. Eric Dickerson. Marcus Allen. Barry Sanders. Thurman Thomas. Emmitt Smith. Terrell Davis. Throughout the ‘80s and ‘90s, these seven Hall of Famers were the most dominant running backs during an era when most teams featured the run game as the centerpiece of their offense. If you were a football fan at that time, odds are good you owned at least one of their jerseys -- or rued the day when your team had to face one of them.
In anticipation of Blade Runner 2049, we've decided to answer the question that no one asked: Which late-career Harrison Ford sequel best describes a late-career NFL great?