It has terrible pacing and some terrible jokes, but the chemistry of the Ghostbusters and some jokes keep things good, but the ending is terrible and it feels like they didnt knew how to give it a proper ending.
It fails to be an entity separate from the original due to constant, in your face references to the original.
The best thing I can say about it is that it's watchable.
I expect it to be just mediocre, which in some cases can be worse than a bad movie. Like The Force Awakens, it just seems so "safe", and by that I mean a fucking rehash of a previous installment where nothing new is attempted. The only difference here is that Ghostbusters doesnt have the pull that Star Wars does, so I doubt it will get the franchise SONY desperately wants. Wouldnt be the first time anyway
The only gods we have really seen interact with the GOT world are the old gods and R'hllor, the lord of light. Does this mean that the seven are kinda bullshit and not real gods?
So far the only things that R'hllor has done can be interpreted to have been done by the Old Gods. When Dondarrion is resurrected he appears at the foot of an (elm?) tree, the same kind that have the faces.
It doesn't happen in the series but Stannis' harlequin gains prophetic visions from the drowned god.
What is this cop apologist bullshit?
Could a Hotline Miami movie work?
Could you retain the plot or would it have to be Hardcore Henry style, pure violence?
It wouldn't be the same experience. It'd have to be a lot of pure violence to get the same message of "you don't care about story, you just want to hurt people" sent, while still working the story and timeline in.
And the ending would be incredibly disappointing in movie form, since you're not as involved.
I think you could twist the narrative a bit to make it work a bit more.
Make the movie about the realities of a man going on a vengeance based killing spree, about how horrifying it was and I think it could work.
The ending literally only works in vidya though so I have no idea how you'd do that, unless Jacket kills the director in the end.
It would so work for a movie if it was done like a horror. It would be an interesting device to put the audience in position where they feel inflicted upon much like the protagonist. It's a story about death of one's self. There's potential. It could be done best like a 'mockudrama' aka found footage.
It would be dumb as shit, but frankly I would love the chance to do something like that. It should be just a grind house movie mockery.
The real twist is to make a subtle message...
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Since Pokémon is a massive fad again, how long until we get a Pokémon movie?
There's been rumors for a while now.
What did Trump mean by this?
FUCK THE FANS LMAO IT'S 2 0 1 6
What's your favorite Simpsons lead in to the main plot?
Mine are the rummage sale in the George Bush episode and the apple festival in the Burns episode
When are we going to apologize to her, /tv/?
Name a film on Netflix and I'll watch it I can't decide it all looks so shit.
Aubrey Plaza or Anna Kendrick?
TONIGHT ON KITCHEN NIGHTMARES
GO TO HELL /tv/!