>mfw the same actor who plays Clark Kent is also playing Superman.
I don't think it was a mistake, just a nice cool piece of trivia.
Like, in Jumanji, the hunter is played by the same guy as Robin Williams' dad. And it's got some symbolism to it, like how he was afraid of his dad and standing up to the hunter helps him stand up to his dad.
I think that's what they were going with in BvS. Clark Kent is the audience's vessel, and then they made Superman played by the same guy so we can look up to him the same way Clark does, as if he and we are both...
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I like Jack Black. He's a pretty cool guy.
ITT: That guy
I kinda acknowledged him since he did a great job on Bojack Horseman, though.
Did anybody else hate how unthreatening the lightsabers felt in the new movies?
In the originals and prequals, if you got hit by a lightsaber you were taken out of a fight immediatelly and likely to die or at least lose a limb.
Here, the characters get hit by the lightsaber and continue fighting as if nothing happend.
Why exactly would Kylo Ren be unskilled fighter?
He was trained by Luke and Snook, was able to kill all the other padawans and had force abilities never seen before in the franchise
tbqh family I really like Watchmen. I know the reception is mixed but something about that movie really grabs me. 300 was good for what it was at the time too. All that being said, Zack comes off as a hack.
I can't fucking believe Warner Bros. is having him direct the Justice Leauge movies too. Just grab another director and fix this DC mess while you can. You're lucky you got a good cast so far with a decent Batman. Keep Hack Snyder on as art director or something but get another director for your big important movies going forward. Someone with a more clear vision.
Be careful sir, your wife is hot!
The soundtrack was horrible.
Would you eat a dick to save your friends?
ITT: Good movies ruined by romance subplot
Why didn't Ned take the fifth amendment?
For a state that is obviously part of worldwide international trade for a long time and as such is at a higher level of development than medieval society, their legal system is strangely lacking.
What's his next big documentary?
>keen to discuss some cinema
>90% of catalog is capeshit
Shouldn't Wonder Woman already be aware of the city of Atlantis?
When I come into contact with people that enjoy Game of Thrones, what should I say about the series? I didn't like the show, but don't want to offend anyone's pleb tastes. What are some excuses I can implement?