Was it personnel?
>Analyze his fight pattern
I'm Cosmic and Intergalactic Aegis, but call me Sï Ayea-E.
I'm looking for Ba-Ne the big.
How could you do 40k justice on the big screen?
40k is a setting not a story
I'm confident George Miller could do orks justice
Eisehnorn trilogy and after that Gaunt's Ghosts trilogy.
See how that goes and then go all out W40K Cinematic Universe.
My heart is broken...
Fix this fucking shit. NOW.
If you like this shit, you have a low cinematic IQ, or some sort of Stockholm Syndrome, from overexposure to bland, safe, PC and soulless mass-produced blockbusters, which has conditioned you into accepting the absolute lowest common denominator standards in filmmaking, writing and cinematography as somehow acceptable, when you should in fact feel nothing but contempt or disgust for any Kevin Feige-conceived product.
Even strictly in the field of capeshit entertainment, where the bar has always been pretty low, since they're primarly a children media, the level of genuine quality and creative abilities (which comes from studios giving freedom to an auteur with a strong personality and vision towards the material) has kept dropping since the 90's.
When Raimi's Darkman/Spider-Man, Del Toro's Blade 2/Hellboy, Burton's Batman 2 or Bird's The Incredibles offered innovative and playful set pieces, meaningful and relevant themes, each with a very distinct, appropriate tone and truly cinematic aesthetics (simply compare the lighting or editing to today's equivalents), none of these qualities are to be found in Civil War or any of the previous MCU entries. This is why Edgar Wright got fired from Ant-Man. This is why Feige keeps hiring visionless point-and-shoot directors who come from TV or comedy, colorblind cinematographers and art/set design teams who seem to be in love with grey, sterile hangars for some unexplainable reason. Action scenes are now being conceived by CGI teams months before the movie begins shooting and all follow the exact same formula.
Even as a child, I couldn't imagine being dazzled or amused by those turds, as they're utterly devoid of any charm, colors, magic or imagination.
What was his alignment?
An argument could be made for Lawful Evil. Lawful Neutral will follow the law whether they agree with it or not. Lawful Evil would follow the law until it benefits him to break it, which he did when he assisted in the death of Jon, and he was willing to kill the other Nights Watch that followed him.
Am I the only one expecting this to bomb? The first one did well but the film was fucking shit, it traded on early 3D novelty, and it's a sequel 6 years after the first which is way too late.
The first one only did well as it was riding off the coat tails and goodwill of Avatars success
I wanna say this will bomb, but Disney seems to have paid off all reviewers and audiences are dumber than ever (see MCU success)
it has bright and pretty colors
it'll make 100 million easy
Am I honestly supposed to believe this four foot tall Karate Chop is some sort of tough guy?
Over protective mother
Mentally unstable ballerina
Kills herself at the end because she knows her life wont get any better after playing the lead
Is that it?
>BvS plows through genre conventions, delivering Kino, gets bad reviews
>Civil War, it's the same shit as every other marvel shitflick, gets great reviews
>X-Men apocalypse, directed by Bryan Singer the most consistent capekino director and original innovator of the cape genre...gets savaged, more than likely paid by disney shills.
>Evans poster endures
Truly we are in the darkest timeline.
"Forget it Jake, it's Chinatown".
Was this his partner trying to tell him that he can't do anything or that the cops are as blind as the citizens of chinatown?
Also Noir general:
What have you watched lately?
Which is your favourite?
Maltese Falcon or Touch of Evil?
Neo-noir most true to noir elements?
-What have you watched lately? last 5 days
The Blue Lamp (1950) liked it
Black Widow (1954)
I Died a Thousand Times (1955)
Pool of London (1951)
A Bullet for Joey (1955)
Fog Over Frisco (1934)
I... comme Icare (1979) liked it
The Big House (1930) liked it
-Which is your favourite? general
The Set-Up (1949)
The Sniper (1952)
Force of Evil (1948)
Dark Passage (1947)
He Walked by Night (1948)
Act of Violence (1948) etc.
The Incident (1967)
Point Blank (1967)
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And now it begins...
So now that fox is going to sell the rights back to marvel what storyline do you want to see happen?