What went wrong ?
The third act, but until that point it was a solid 8/10
I'd give it a 7 overall. I didn't even like Man of Steel, but this film really improved on that one(mostly)and makes me excited for the installments to come.
shouldn't his name be spoken C3P-Zero?
How could anyone even like this movie?
Can we have an honest to goodness Brendan Fraser Thread?
>Favorite Brendan film
>Favorite Brendan line
>Post based Brendanmemes
Explain this shit capefags
Capeshit is dead. Long live Gamekino.
>tfw it will take its rightful place of 3rd highest grossing and BTFO disney shills and capeshitters alike
What happened? He's amazing actor and he used to be in many great films. But these days he only gets supporting roles in shit-tier movies.
He's also slowly turning into Ricky Gervais.
Did it ever jump the shark? If so, which moment?
Never jumped the shark, season 5 wasn't quite as good as the rest of the show. Just watching the first episode of S5 and it already felt a bit different, like it was aware of it's popularity by that point.
That said, To'hajiillee, Ozymandias and Granite State is one of the best runs of episodes I can think of.
What's the most overrated film of a director's kinography?
>I HAVE COME TO RECLAIM ROME FOR MY PEEEEEEEEEPAAAAL
It's Ralphie-approved and he was autistic about Rome
Anyone can recommend movies like pic related or 'Her' that really get to you? They don't necessarily have to be Romantic Sci-fi, Just something that's gunna make me feel like these two.
Can you tolerate Anime?
Each series is no longer than 20 something episodes so they are pretty easy to manage. Anohana is actually only 11 eps
Blue is the Warmest Colour.
Also sort of the same feel: Lost in Translation. Friendship is just as powerfull as romance, it just doesn't get celebrated enough.
You might also like High Fidelity. Best romcom around and it really hit home for me.
To state that Dawn Of Justice is Zach Synder's Citizen Kane isn't as controversial as it sounds. Rarely does a filmmaker get a chance to so clearly display their weltanschauung as Snyder has been granted here. This is undoubtedly the movie that he has dreamt of making since he first started playing with his Superfriends figures in the sandpit, since he first read Frank Miller's Dark Knight Returns and went “Huh, cool” at the armored Batmobile, since his first daydream of punching Superman again-and-again-and-again in his too-white teeth.
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This is the nicest way I've heard something get called a complete piece of shit in a long time.
Also all these praise of the film being so "true to him" is pretty fucking stupid when half the movie is just hamfisted set up for an extended universe
>The superhero movie reaching its incomprehensible Nietzschean peak, maybe?
Nah, but it will when they make a Miracleman adaption.
Now that JLaw's career is over and she's getting old, who will replace her as the go-to actress of the moment?
IT'S HARD TO BELIEVE THAT I COULDN'T SEE
YOU WERE ALWAYS RIGHT BESIDE ME
THOUGHT I WAS ALONE WITH NO ONE TO HOLD
BUT YOU WERE ALWAYS THERE BESIDE ME
THIS FEELINGS LIKE NO OTHER I WANT YOU TO KNOW
THAT I'VE NEVER HAD SOMEONE THAT KNOWS ME LIKE YOU DO
SO GOOD TO BE SEEN
SO GOOD TO BE HEARD
I NEVER HAVE TO SAY A WORD
SO LONELY BEFORE I FINALLY FOUND WHAT I'VE BEEN LOOKEN FOR
Django Unchained i could deal with but that BJ scene from The Hateful Eight took it too far. i seriously think he's a great director but his obsession with negros is ruining his most recent films.
he's so awkward even when it comes to talking to them: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6mzqahILpAs
seriously what the fuck is wrong with him?
Well OP if you were older than 15 you would know during the 70s that blacksploitation was very popular in film
Most likely it was a big influence on him and he wants to be like them but he isn't