what were they thinking
I recall this movie being fucking dark
>You will never play golf with a T-Rex.
What gang would you join if you were sent to Oz?
Me? I'd join the homeboys, those guys look like they know how to have fun!
Just got back from watching Civil War, enjoyed it, but I had a few questions about Zemo's plan
please explain how he set in motion
>wanda blowing up the wakanda's
>the UN accords(does he work at the UN?)
>the 177 govs. calling for heroes to be curtailed(did he work at those govs?)
>him knowing the 1991 was important
>him knowing footage of 1991 existing
Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Thank God he didn't wear a costume, that'd have been ridiculous.
He spent a year plotting his revenge dude. Thing just happen to fall into place for him.
It's also no brainer that if Hydra had the Winter Soldier active at the same time Tony's parents died that he was if not directly, somehow involved.
Finally, it didn't matter if only Tony showed up, or every super hero together, the damage had been done. He said so himself when behind the glass...
Was she the best part of Deadpool?
Would've been 10/10 if she let us see that boob.
How would you go about adapting this if you were in a binding contract to do so?
There's a movie called 'Adaptation' starring Nicholas Cage wherein the writer of the script gave up trying to adapt a work of non-fiction and instead made a movie about failing to adapt the book into a movie.
Infinite Jest could, would, and should go the same way. An actual Infinite Jest movie would suck shit.
I see you guys like television and movies but are any of you actors? I have a few roles under my belt and im about to start in my first movie. What about you guys?
How do you feel about propaganda films?
LEAVE MUSCLEKINO TO ME
Anyone else excited for Baywatch?
Find a flaw
without nitpicking or being contrarian
>dated special effects
>no jokes for casual scifi fans
>not as funny unless you follow star trek cast at conventions and are aware of their clerks as people
>tim allen as a leading man can't carry the movie
>the whole sequence with the little blue aliens was pretty memey
Pic related is Ranieri, obviously
Since there is a "slight" chance a sequel or a serie on Netflix, Amazon etc, about him could happen, which one would you prefer?
Karl Urban said conversations were in progress which can mean everything and its contrary but I want to believe.
I think a serie would be perfect, since its a comic book, it's probably easier to adapt it rather than make a whole movie, with another potential fail at the box office.
Oh and don't forget to sign the petition:
>Since there is a "slight" chance a sequel or a serie
There is no chance. Everyone involved in the movie has been saying there will never be any sort of follow-up for like three fucking years and everyone keeps going "SO YOU'RE SAYING THERE'S A CHANCE?" Karl Urban is the only one to go "m-maybe if enough of you guys sign a petition they'll do it! And please watch Almost Human, I don't want to be unemployed again!"
>I will snatch every mother fucker birthday
What did he mean by this?
This version of Fisk is fucking terrible
Anyone getting tired of how much of a Gary Stu this character is?