Why can't cinema handle deep, complex storylines and issues like this?
Is it because the audience can't handle something so challenging or is it an inherent limitation of the medium?
le robot man has to track down le evil guerilla terroristm group that took over liberty city island but WHOA! the terrorists are actually the good guys being targeted by the I-L-L-U-M-I-N-A-T-I!!!! your brother JD Denton is working for the terrorists apparently but holy shit !! he's not your brother you aren't even a human you are a clone!! shiitt!!!
the problem with that though is that i have the transcript
Someone... err.... hacked my computer.
I'm just here for a job offer.
Actors that make you immediately drop a movie
I have to skip Ant-Man because of this guy.
Fuck you Universal, just kill yourselves you incompetent fools. You call this marketing? Seriously?
They also had one with 2 orcs that said 'Alliance vs Horde'.
[ROCK TECHNO MUSIC INTENSIFIES]
How is this better than BvS? Watching this in the cinema made me want to leave, which I didn't, and BvS was the complete opposite.
OVER EASY VERSUS SUNNYSIDE UP
If you want to make one : https://bighugelabs.com/mosaic.php
Why would anyone that likes the original trilogy hate TFA? I mean, I get that some people didn't love it, but really hating it while loving the OT seems a little bit like meming.
On the other hand, if you hated the OT, why would you even watch TFA?
they're probably just little manchildren mad that it's not a whitewashed sausage fest
Why doesn't this show get more praise? What does /tv/ think of the leftovers?
Lindelof + his writing assistant and editor = GOAT, seriously it's like they punch him in the balls to make him behave.
S2 was great, I'd say even better than S1, I really hope S3 can finish strong.
Will The Walking Dead finally be