I don't get it, bros.
300 and Dawn of the Dead were good films. Good dialogue, memorable character, very competent action.
What the hell happened to him?
Snyder is better with small projects, he doesn't seem very good at spotting a bad idea when he sees one. He's a DP more than a proper director nowadays. His casting choices are very hit and miss. He's not very good with scripts either. He grew up brainwashed by MTV's aesthetics, substance has never been his thing. He shares a few flaws with JJ actually if you think about it. Same generation, same one dimensional approach to cinema, same style over substance weakness.
Think Foggy is-
More useful than not?
>RT ratings meaning anything
what happened to /tv/ ?
Is this patrician?
Why was this show popular?
Was it a mid-2000s thing?
It was one of the most acclaimed shows on television senpai. It got Emmy nominations every year for the first five years of its run
There was a severe drop in quality around its fifth season and a shift in the landscape of entertainment media (more writers are millennial aged liberals who think a male fantasy is bad in principle) it retroactively was seen as a bad show.
Anyone still watching it? After the Christmas break the show has gotten a lot better, his delivery and the jokes too.
Plus, let's face it, he had big shoes to fill, following after Jon Stewart is not an easy task.
As much as I hate saying this, I really think John Oliver completely took over the comedy talk show genre. He really was supposed to be the successor of Stewart and he really demonstrates it. All the hipster faggots talk about john oliver all day and I RARELY hear people even mention the daily show anymore.
Made in 1999?
This movie feels so much older than that. The sound effects, the sound track, the way the scenes are shot, it all feels outdated to contemporary movies.
Event Horizon (1997) felt more modern than this. Prince of Darkness (1987) as well. Hell, even the original Alien (1979).
I don't think it's unfair to compare this to Hackers (1995) and that movie was ridiculous horseshit. Actually, I think Hackers did a better job at computer hacker mumbo jumbo with a breakbeat / industrial soundtrack and stupid outfits. At least it didn't take itself so seriously with the edgy counter culture quotables.
How accurate is this?
>"I guess I really am 8 Mile, after all."
Walked straight outta the theater.
>Now it's time to play: SAW
I honestly don't even know why they put that in there
he's the closest thing we have of a famous robot and all his movies are box office bombs even though they're not bad
Is Steven Avery reverse O.J. Simpson?
>OJ: was clearly guilty, didn't get sentenced
>Avery: was clearly framed, got sentenced
I think they're comparable with these things being known by the public, but nobody can really do anything about it in either case.
>Miss me yet DC?
What's Kevin Costner's best movie?
What is your favorite theater to go watch movies?