For the money, not fame or art
>$153.1 million Small French Fries from the Dollar Menu
Will the neon demon by refn be good?
If chi-raq by Spike Lee is anything to go by, it seems amazon let's you do almost anything
This had a really bad ending. It started so well too.
Seriously, the twist in the third act is fucking terrible and I don't care if it's a meta commentary on how hard it is to end things. The movie was about a failed writer and it should have stayed that way.
hello, tv, today I want to talk about exposition.
what good and what bad examples of exposition can you think of?
are there any parameters for it that determine its quality? is reading or narration always bad?
might the only factor be wether or not it's logically included?
I find myself asking those questions whenever I learn an information in a movie about the background of the story.
Good: Mission To Mars
Potato head: Red Planet
These are basically the same movie. Earth sends a team of explorers to Mars to discover what secrets may save humanity. An unlikely cosmic collision rekts the space ship, and survivors end up on Mars with no way home. Hijinks ensue.
Mission to Mars establishes the characters and setup by placing them in a going away party which gives everyone a chance to show who they are to each other, and what they are like, how the mission came about, and what it is for.
Red Planet begins with a voice over from...
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>TFA failing in presales in China
The last hope this movie had to beat Titanic, gone!
Cameron and Avatards confirmed for BTFO!
TFA Domestic: $764,408,684
Is this the lamest scene in the prequels?
Anyone have that opening review collage for The Phantom Menace, with all the glowing reviews about how it was the greatest Star Wars ever?
JJ... Abrams... is...
As if my decisions at Subway weren't stressful enough, now I have to choose what Star Wars character 30 oz cup I want.
Which one did you pick anon?
>went into Subway
>ordered seven drinks and two footlongs
>say to just fill one of the cups and leave the other six empty, with one of each character
>cashier laughs at me
>too beta to ask for no veggies after
>can't even eat my sandwiches
>had to order a pizza when I got home
>You will never, ever, EVER taste their milk
What are the best practical effects out there ? I love it, there's something really appealing about it
They do have a certain charm to them but I never understood idealising them and sometimes using practical effects just for the sake of it. If you can make something CGI and have it look convincing then go ahead and do it
Problem is that there is literally no CGI that looks convincing though. At least with practical effects you can tell that the creatures/monsters/whatevcer actually is in the same room as the actors. It exists, you cna touch it.
Thoughts on this movie
I've never watched it and I'd like to know what you think about it tbf
>Mike loved Jurassic World, Ninja turtles 2014 and Force Awakens
>Mike was underwhelmed by Gone Girl, Nightcrawler and Mad Max Fury road
He needs to stick with making fun of shitty older movies. He cant review new things at all anymore