Let's have a thread of art errors.
Why are X-Men movies dying? People paid more to see a rated R solo movie than an X-Men movie.
It has dragged on for a very long time, and people only liked Wolverine, which has gotten old too.
The fact that after 16 years it's still stuck at Magneto being the bad guy doesn't help.
Anyone /kappamikey/ here?
Did you know there is a direct correlation between the decline of spirograph and the rise in gang activity? Think about it.
Not if you're talking about the South Side Spirogragh Gang.
I don't think you're seeing all the angles, Anon.
>tfw the finalle of Jack is also going to be the finalle of the Sym Bionic Titan
All I see is people saying this movie 'looks like Zootopia but cringe' what does that even mean? I seriously don't understand. What is so cringy about it? How does it look like Zootopia, besides being a city of animals?
Do people think Zootopia was the first animated movie to have a city full of anthromorphic animals?
Girly Girls or Tomboy?
>Tfw you are literally Moff.
The Great Mating Location is literally just a carbon copy of The Great Valley from Land Before Time
Disney had to have wanted that Land Before Time money why else would this movie exist?
It really is. Even the opening more or less copies the idea of the brief scene from Land Before Time with the main character's egg getting stolen.
Even the Great Valley similarity aside, they could've had something sorta interesting with the "survival of the fittest vs. trying to protect the entire herd" theme it had going on. But they just have the leader of that philosophy and his second-in-command die like typical Disney villains do, even though they initially seemed to be setting them up as slightly more complex characters.
Also the fucking lemurs. And the boring as shit backgrounds. And the loads of forgettable characters. "Jerkasaurus."
This movie sucks and fuck me I saw it in theaters.
I don't think I could feel this sort of emotion for literally any LoK character.
inb4 nostalgia, I watched both this year.
Who's /co/'s favorite background lantern?
So, with the sad passing of Anton Yelchin, do you think Arex will make it to the big screen?
Is Cable right or is he right?
When is the sequel coming out?