So which was better?
>Shot in digital
>Looks fucking terrible
>People still overrate Michael Mann
Michael Mann is a fucking hack
Digital is still pretty shit to this day. Every digital shot they try to squeze in between 35mm shots stands out like a sore thumb.
They just dont seem to get the motion blur and shutter speed right. Not that I am a tech savy photograph, but I always manage to spot when they used digital compared to film.
Public Enemy is just a mediocre movie made worse by the format it was shot in. Digital is better today, but not alot.
>He couldn't even get Depp to jump over a desk.
movie of the year
So what was his plan for Doomsday after it killed Superman?
he already lost his kryptonite, he had no way to know if by putting his blood Doomsday would not attack him.
This guy is the dumbest mother fucker ever, he wanted to destroy the world because he fears Superman an alien god that has been serving and saving humanity for the last 2 years asking nohing in return fuck this movie
Lex was actually a great villain. He was chess master levels in manipulation.
You have to assume he saw a glimpse of the actual monsters in the universe and decided in a doomsday protection to be viable
I don't like him on the fact that he's a Kyptonian.
Who was in the right here?
>early 2000s movie
>soundtrack is pop punk
Holy livings fuck. That nuke scene in Batman V Superman was the dumbest thing I've ever seen. How is no one talking about this. Like 3 seconds into Doomsday existing, the military decides to fire a nuke at him. It blows up in the atmosphere above and nothing happens to the city. No EMP at all. Even the cartoon knew this happens. In the dark knight returns, which this scene is based on, the nuke takes out the power grid.
Is there any role he can't play?
> batman kills raz at end of first movie
> second movie immediately tried to set up and exploit batmans rule of not killing?
Who wrote this shit, Snyder? And don't say Bats didn't kill Raz he most certainly did. And even then the public doesn't know the circumstances that occurred on the train as Batman leaving him there to die
I ain't never seen this movie, except the end where Liam Neeson dies. I didn't know his name was Raz al Ghul cuz all I had to go off of who that was was the Supevillian Shuffle. And some guy in a trench coat doesn't cut it.
So I just figured out who Liam Neeson played in this.
Tell me, where is Gandalf? For I much desire to speak with him.
The poster literally says it. So it must be true, right?
Are you ready for Stripper Liv tonight?
HAW HAW MARVELS SO FUNNY XD
>Tried posting this in the old thread, but it got archived before I finished typing it.
I've got 2 episodes left to watch. A lot of scenes feel a little cringey.
Barb's gang and all their interactions with Randy, Jim, and Julian are just stupid.
The actors are really showing their age. The last couple of seasons Jim creeps closer to the grave, but he's supposed to an alcoholic, so it, funnily, fits with the show.
People outside the park know the show, and are fans, but the characters never really acknowledge...
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Disappointed as hell, sadly. Some of the acting is straight up terrible. Especially Barb's crew. And that whole plot line with them and Lahey is unbearable too. J-Roc was probably the best part but all in all I thought this season was terrible. Just as bad as last season.
>you don't judge a cover book by its look
It's better than S9 so far. Yeah, Barb and the dyke gang really suck as antagonists, all they're doing is making me feel bad for Lahey and I'm not interested in the legal battle for the park at all.
Celebrity stuff was cute for one episode but having them hang around is detracting from the show.
I've also got 2 episodes left and the highlight of the season so far is the truck heist and the fight with Sam Losco, that shit was hilarious.
>alcoholics are lovable and amiable
>protagonist is "good"
>antagonist is "bad"
fucking cookie cutter bullshit