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It appears that after some tough negotiating Aaron Rodgers is set to lead the Green Bay Packers into another season, yet again. He was able to get his contract reworked so that he has the flexibility to leave the team after this year. Even though the negotiation came to a pleasant enough end, it didn't stop Rodgers from giving the owners of the Green Bay Packers a piece of his mind. 

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This guy is literally the human version of a rain delay. Also, a moment of strong disapproval over the fact that managers insist on being so infuriatingly stubborn when it comes to not reversing a call after what was clearly a complete misunderstanding. 

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During the filming of Doctor Dolittle, a young SAS soldier and future famous explorer Ranulph Fiennes decided he didn't like all the noise and trouble they'd brought to his little village, so he took action by gathering up a bunch of explosives from one of his training exercises and blowing the film set's dam right the hell up. Cracked's Jordan Breeding and Fact Fiend's Karl Smallwood discuss all this and whether they're allowed to swear on the channel.

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Star Wars "Legends" content has always been pretty variable in quality, but we're not interested in the safe stuff like Thrawn or Mara Jade—we're talkin' Luke seducing multiple dead girls, Leia trying to delay puberty through dance, and Jedi masters named after, uh, self love. This is Canonball.

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Movies are really fun as long as you don't stop and smell the civilian casualties or take stock of how many fish Aquaman sends to their deaths or how many people Spider-Man lets get obliterated by a crane or how Ready Player One's Wade Watts is even less cool than we think. "Doctor" Jordan Breeding returns this week to point out all sorts of little depressing details that were snuck into movies that you probably never noticed!

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Ryan Reynolds Live-Tweets Reactions To "Green Lantern"

Ryan Reynolds has been admirably straightforward about his feelings regarding the monumental cinematic flop that was the "Green Lantern" film. If you've seen it, you know exactly what he's talking about. It was such a disorienting, discombobulated film that rarely (if ever) had a moment where the viewer could actually get comfortably lost in the movie. So, naturally Ryan Reynolds decision to provide his colorful, spicy commentary on the film resulted in some gems. 

Ryan Reynolds decides to live tweet his reactions to the "Green Lantern" movie.
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Superhero movies are here to stay and so, apparently, are their super strange tropes like superwomen smiling after being punched, "serious" superhero films taking place in insane asylums, and longing for some romance always leading to a loss of superpowers. "Doctor" Jordan Breeding is technically out this week, but thankfully The Incredible Spider-Professor Angry Hands Hammer Man is here to save the day!

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Superman & Lois is the latest CW show set in the Arrowverse, and it promises to adapt the couple's famous, long-enduring relationship in a grounded and thoughtful way. You know, basically the exact opposite of how it goes in the comics where we get Lois trying to kill herself for Superman's pleasure, the seduction of multiple babies, and Superman transforming his girlfriend "plump" and also an entirely different race. This is Canonball.

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Presumably, every single writer in Hollywood was at some point in time a teenager. At the very least, they probably inject themselves with teenage blood in order to keep their organs strong and their skin moist. So how in the world do they know nothing about them? Thankfully, "Doctor" Jordan Breeding is oft accused of having a teenage sense of humor, so join him as he tears apart teenage movie tropes that have no grounding in reality.

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Did Obi-Wan WANT Padme and Anakin to get together in Star Wars? Was John Connor encouraging Kyle Reese to get with his mom in Terminator? Should Passengers have given Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence an entirely different ending? "Doctor" Jordan Breeding slips into something a bit more comfortable to take a deeply embarrassing look at some of film's most deeply disturbing romantic couples. So grab a glass of something bubbly, and start your Valentine's Day Weekend the right way.

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Last night's game was certainly a spectacle, as so many Super Bowls have ended up being. This guy though, he brought his A game when it comes to taking the whole storming the field thing seriously. The lively commentary is pretty much the icing on the cake. 

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Tumblr Thread: Long YouTube Ad Has Eight Twists

This fun Tumblr thread captures the experience of someone realizing that YouTube had a seven hour ad. Now that is something you don't see everyday. And certainly not something that you want to find yourself having to sit through. Thank goodness YouTube has the "skip ad" feature nowadays. 

A ridiculously long YouTube ad has like eight different twists | smothermewithaffection Sol got this ad on youtube KUS Cellular 7GB/$49 e oh 's U.S. Cellular, specifically advertising great their streaming service is can even guy ad says, stream hours grass mowing. And go wait minute. sounds weird. why hasn't this ad ended yet?
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Despite the vast and wondrous spectrum that is man, Hollywood franchises like Mission Impossible, James Bond, and the DCEU all seem to have extremely specific ideas of what a man is supposed to be… and they're not super great. "Doctor" Jordan Breeding digs into it all, because he is a man - give or take.

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Tumblr Thread: The World's Greatest Tropes

The verdict is in on this quick and entertaining Tumblr thread about the world's greatest tropes, and these apparently absolutely fit the bill. You've just got to love those moments in movies where characters provide flashbacks but said flashbacks involve all the other characters speaking in their actual voices, but also matching the actual cadence and vocabulary of the character telling the story. Also, the rumor is that basically all of these occurred in the "Road to El Dorado." 

A quick Tumblr thread addresses the world's greatest tropes. | inspectorwired Follow movie tropes will never get old thing happens two people exchanging money back fourth wall breaking give up all weapons" and one guy spends entire evening taking his weights worth out his pockets terribly loud crash* meowing/ car sirens heard offscreen alternatively terribly loud crash and one characters going "oops most casual voice "fuck well if insist" nerdgasrnz Follow #alternatively alternatively terribly
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What are the mutant historians like in 'Logan' or the NYC attack truthers in 'Ghostbusters' or the true-crime enthusiasts in 'The Terminator'? Movie universes are much larger than the seven people we follow during the movie, but who the heck lives there and what are they up to? "Doctor" Jordan Breeding returns to deep dive into a few cinematic universes and ring in the new year the only way he knows how.

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Entertaining Nuggets Of Comedy Gold From Tumblr

Ah, good old Tumblr. It's a maze of people getting real meticulous and obsessive when it comes to overanalyzing movies, tv shows, and other facets of life. Never know what kind of wisdom you might come across while you're exploring the ins and outs of Tumblr. 

A collection of entertaining and funny moments from various people that use Tumblr | graynard talking my infant son like im youtuber looking4myson Whats up baby. Father here bringing another spoonful Gerber ham and gravy baby food
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