What was his problem?
this movie had everything going for it
>Tim Burton...a relatively talented and imaginative director behind the camera
>A talented cast...both on screen and voice actors
>Based on one of the greatest children's book and one of the best Disney animated movies ever
>Huge budget and the power of Disney behind the movie
So where did it all go wrong? Should it have more closely adapted the actual story (like the recent Cinderella and Jungle...
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yeah that scene was pretty awful. The Hatter in general was pretty unwatchable.
Is it really so hard for them to do a 1:1 adaption of the book or cartoon? Id love to see something like pic related happen - just a modern take true to the source and something thats not 95% green screen.
also a Peter Pan/Alice in Wonderland crossover is happening. So thats something...
ITT: /co/ things people only enjoy out of nostalgia
>not liking based turtles
WOAH, SOMEBODY GET THIS HOTHEAD OUTTA HERE, HIS SHITTASTE IS STINKIN UP THE SEWERS EVEN MORE SO
So now that's it's confirmed these two will end up together in suicide squad, how does that make you feel?
This was in question?
How about a thread about sane people doing sane things.
>All the cops were ready to shoot him
>Gordon tells them to hold off because muh Batman
Hi Im Troy Mcclure! You might remember me from such films like______
>stealing his own runabout
How can other husbandos even compete?
How important is this comic? What do you think started the whole /co/-like culture?
I'd argue that superhero "culture" didn't really start until supervillains -- particularly the more colorful/cartoony ones -- became a standard part of cape comics.
I know that Action Comics and other things didn't have supervillains in the very beginning, but I'm not sure when the "first" Saturday-morning-esque supervillain was introduced.
I think it was already building up and was inevitable with the hero pulps, but Supes definitely shaped how it turned out. There's no telling if another character could fill the same role or what would be different if they did.
Original > Z > shit > Pants Pants > 2016
No one's going to argue with you.
she´s gonna die right?
I think wade is cooler then dade got leaked http://harveybeaks.wikia.com/wiki/Wade_is_Cooler_Than_Dade/Gallery
I'd like to hear about educational shows for kids that /co/ likes. Your reasons for liking it can be as deep or as shallow as you want.
One of my newer not-so-guilty pleasures has been the new Sprout show "Floogals." It's for the younger kids, teaching them to figure out things around them by using observation. The mix of CGI with live-action never seems forced and the characters are fun, if a bit cliched.
What's your favorite kids e/i show?
Remember enjoying this show. Think the british redhead was one of my earliest childhood boners. Theme song was god-tier too.
Cyber Chase being a close second.
My niece has been watching a lot of Bada Namu lately, a music video series on Youtube for toddlers. It's strangely catchy.
I... kinda want to fuck the penguin girls. Don't ask me why, I couldn't tell you.
Do you guys know any kids that actually respond to the TV when Dora or whatever makes a question? My little brother only watches the shows in silence, and -all- of his friends behave in the exact same way. If I play along and ask them to show or tell me what the answer is, they respond and are almost always right, but they never actually socialize with the TV. Is it the same for you guys? Is this the norm and only stupid kids actually talk back to the TV, or is my brother and his circle of friends the weird ones?
What went wrong?
franchise went to shit for 12 years
people will bitch about CGI but the writing is actually good now and the CGI is above standard for a kids show