One way to increase a hostess’ level and statistics is to sit and have conversations with them. These conversations are casual, and Majima treats each hostess as an intellectual equal. While some of the conversation focuses on how to serve guests, they often take on a life of their own. You get to learn about each hostess’ aspirations and personal life. Yuki, the first hostess you start with, simultaneously works to overcome her shyness while dreaming of a professional office job that can support her recently widowed father. Hibiki spends time learning how to draw manga. These hostesses are not just random characters you collect; they are individuals with hopes and dreams working towards self-actualization, and Majima has a zero tolerance policy for any customer who would dare treat them as anything less. … [Read more...] about I Completely Missed The Best Part Of
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"I actually see a lot of similarities between my old occupation and streaming," she revealed to me in an interview. "For one, I have to perform. For two, I have to be more entertaining than my competition. I try to look good any time I'm streaming, and I try to play the games I enjoy at a reasonably competitive level while interacting with my fans—it's actually really similar to porn, and pretty challenging/rewarding." … [Read more...] about They’re Attractive, They’re Women, And They Play Games Live On The Internet. But They’re Not ‘Camwhores.’
Schlock films are most passionately embraced by cineastes with an intense attachment to celluloid and the moviegoing experience. But schlock truly thrives on television, which is now able to create a collective midnight-movie experience better than any beautifully restored theater could. Watercooler conversations about TV and film were nearing extinction as the rise of DVR time-shifting, midnight movie screenings, and at-your-leisure streaming content turned spoilers into a full-blown moral panic. Those conversations now take place on Twitter, and we take the collective-viewing experiences where we can get them. Social media values currency above all else, be it a military coup, the red carpet entrances at the Met Gala, or a goofy B-movie about a constipated tornado. A televised original movie mandates simultaneous viewing and real-time reactions, which are crucial to the interactive schlock cinema experience. It’s the same idea behind Mystery Science Theater 3000, the show that … [Read more...] about Syfy’s
Apart from Plaza, the movie is funniest when portraying Florida as a lawless dirtbag playground. This is only a minor thread, though; the filmmakers seem more eager to give Dick permission to gay-bash and use racial slurs through a series of mostly inexplicable and unfunny plot turns. While Mazer and Phillips focus on these convolutions, the movie’s stupid mistakes pile up. Some are minor but persistent, like the way photography enthusiasts Jason and Shadia speak reverently of Time magazine when it seems like they actually mean Life. Others are more distracting, like a weird, sloppy time compression that has heavy wedding planning, an actual wedding, spring break, and college graduation all taking place within a single week in March. All of the worst bits—a cartoonishly villainous fiancée, Jason’s clumsily developed interest in photography, Dick’s apparent invincibility—come together for an insanely drawn-out wedding-disruption scene so agonizingly … [Read more...] about Dirty Grandpa
Jill has never really wanted Joe to run for president, once resorting to writing the word “NO” on her bikini-clad body to emphatically drive the point home said of her husband’s presidential run earlier this summer. “But when it came down to it, too many people were saying, ‘Joe has to run,’ ‘Joe has to run.’” … [Read more...] about I Honestly Love Horny Joe Biden Biting Jill Biden’s Finger
Unaswerable No. 3: How would things be different if he hadn’t killed himself?Chuck Klosterman wrote a funny piece in 2004 for Spin titled “What If Kurt Cobain Didn’t Die?” that contemplated the path Cobain’s life would’ve taken in an alternate universe where he didn’t blow a hole through his head. In Klosterman’s version of history, Cobain divorces Love, puts Nirvana on extended hiatus, releases an indifferently received solo record, and battles depression and drug problems with varying degrees of success. I have no idea how accurate this fictional scenario is, but I suspect that it’s strangely spot-on. It sounds like the slowly descending career arc followed by many aging rock legends who have lived long enough to be taken for granted. Even if Cobain had made it to middle age, it’s fair to speculate that the most important work of his life had already been created. If we believe Klosterman, the world didn’t miss much. … [Read more...] about Part 5: 1994: Kurt Cobain is dead! Long live Soundgarden!