Really though the brilliant part about the ending is that it's satisfying yet not at all.
To me it's like, awake or asleep, Cobb had found his resolve at the end of the movie. Whether or not it was a dream, he believed it to be real, and that's what's important. He couldn't be happy in Limbo with his wife because he knew it was fake. The same reason why she couldn't be happy in real life, because she was assured it was fake.
Whether or not it was real didn't matter. It was a matter of acceptance of that reality.
TLDR: I don't know why idiots are having flamewars over the ending about how the top was spinning or maybe about to topple over or whatever. It's stupid, and misses the point of the movie.
No I really haven't, tbh. I've played the living hell out of WoW as well. Everything I've seen made it look like they're trying to make WoW with Star Wars. Maybe it's just because it's an MMO. But as a person who loves almost anything Bioware makes, I was really looking foward to seeing what they could come up with. I guess it just didn't seem refreshing enough to me.
Altidore's chance off the post was good enough for me to think we could have scored on them without the goalkeeping blunder. I mean, we didn't, but that was an excellent chance, and there was a rebound too.
Lol Smashmouth. Seriously get on SF4, pick any character and execute a BnB (any of them i don't care) combo and tell me it's for casuals. Rofl dude.
Also leave it to PSC to come in and act like he knows what he's talking about insulting everything that isn't PC exclusive. (Aka if he hasn't played it loller). It's like discussing the current trends in the music industry with someone who only listens to poo from 40 years ago. Pointless.
This thread is now full of fail.
If you're going to knock on MvC2 its that its incredibly unbalanced, and only a handful of characters are useable at a high level.