James Woods: "Is it just me or does it seem more difficult to find a movie that isn't either a liberal lecture or comic book superhero retread?"
He's right you know.
ITT: Movies/television series improved by multiple viewings.
What's this guy's motivation again?
>Deducts that a meteorite that fell on Earth must be from Krypton and that it must make Superman weak OUT OF FUCKING NOWHERE
>Superman simply tells everything about him in the interview for Lois for no reason just as a plot device for Luthor to know about Krypton and that he can't see through lead
Admit it, this is worse than anything in BvS
It's shit but campy good, BVS takes itself super seriously and tries to be grimdark and realistic but none of it sticks.
There never has been a good Superman movie and there never will be one because it's impossible to turn good comics into a good live action movie, capeshit movies are never anything more than enjoyable movies and people will never claim it to be anything more.
Forgot to mention that Lex also simply knows Superman can hear dog frequency
I guess it may be on the interview since they say stuff from the interview that was never spoken by Superman when he was with Lois anyway
You can only choose one, /tv/....
Rosa Diaz (Stephanie Beatriz), Amy Santiago (Melissa Fumero) or Gina Linetti (Chelsea Peretti)?
Your answer will cause /tv/ to silently or not so silently judge you.
I choose Fumero because Linetti is a dog and Beatrix, while pretty, has a very long face, I'm not so much into that.
Plus in every picture I've seen of Fumero her smile seems really nervous and insecure and that's endearing.
> character rescues another character from a group of villains
> "Took you long enough"
> character posts a thread and another character looks at it
> "Do you want to expand on this or is this the thread?"
How did he get 10 badges?
> get back from work
> check Eric Roberts profile
> 423 credits
> last night was 420
When will he stop ?
Just found this old news article
>Whenever there’s any talk about Eric Roberts playing Sal Maroni in The Dark Knight, there’s always a big, omnipresent elephant in the room; the fact Eric Roberts played and absolutely nailed the character just 1 day after Christopher Nolan and his brother and co-writer, Jonathan, finished the final draft of the screenplay.
>Roberts, who received no financial remuneration for his role in The Dark Knight, and was quoted as saying that he "was content with all the leftover...
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Your favourite living actor gets hired to portray your favourite comic book character.
Is that what you want?
Now then, tell me. What did Miggs say to you? Multiple Miggs in the next cell. He hissed at you. What did he say?
ITT: Actors that are impossible to hate
ITT : If you seen the movie, you gotta give it a better ending if someone hasnt already posted one
that ending is perfect though, and underscores/drives home the movies themes. you just don't get it or like it.
heres an easy one, almost any alternative you can think of is probably an improvement.