Where did it all go wrong?
What went wrong? His money will get him all the women he needs, he has had a fun career of making movies largely with himself with a group of friends, many of which went on to become celebrated cult classics.
I like how DC fags talk trash about Marvel. Sorry DC at least Marvel makes good film.
Pro tip: DC just sucks.
>fantastic 4 (all of them)
>iron man 3
>x men 3
batman and robin is comedy gold, its comedy value alone makes it better than the shit i just mentioned above. arnold was goat villian
THIS IS LITERALLY ALL MIKE'S FAULT
WE GET SJW STARWARS NOW
THIS IS GEORGE LUCAS's ULIMTATE PAYBACK
>Disney gives you 4 billion American dollars
>you can do anything
>you can make any movie you want
>you can buy your own country
>stick around to continue to bitch and moan about how the fans were meanie heads
Has there ever been anyone in the history of the world that was as butthurt as George Lucas? If I had 5 billion dollars I'd disappear off to my personal island and never do an interview again.
This guy makes no fucking sense. Why not have an iron man like flight system? You know, the type that doesn't use
USELESS FUCKING WINGS!
Better yet. Why not put all the regular human avengers in iron man armor?
Capeshit is stupid.
Whats your take on the situation?
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I'm looking for good crime thrillers. Preferrably somewhat recent and with good cinematography although that doesn't really matter.
So far I've watched and enjoyed the following:
Memories of Murder (2003)
The Secret in their Eyes (2009)
And everything by Fincher and Villeneuve.
Do you guys have any tips?
>A gigantic yellow bus literally stops outside your house to take you to school
Does this really still happen in America, or is it just something that only happens on tv, like parents "grounding" children?
Post your criterion
not pictured are 400 Blows, The Last Tempation of Christ, Chasing Amy, Traffic, Gommorah, Watership Down and Beastie Boys Video Anthology (my favorite to be honest)
So this is what passes as a decent movie nowdays?
>the story was extremely generic
>the visuals when ant man shrinks and sees everything maxed out (which were supposed to be the highlight of the movie) were not impressive thanks to the use of CGI
>the directorial style was boring and unoriginal
>the villain of the movie (who was actually pretty good) was under-utilized and had a rushed and generic death
>the whole third act of the movie was rushed and generic
>the quantum realm scene (which was also supposed to be a highlight of the movie) was very unimaginative and short
Completely forgettable flick.
>there's always a bigger fish
what did he mean by this?
>"Who are you?"
What did she mean by this?