Why? Aside from some good scenes and being more grounded, it's a slog. Afterlife and Retribution throw plot and characters out the window for action set pieces, and that's why they're so enjoyable. It's the one thing Anderson is semi-decent at.
Extinction is strongest film in a traditional sense.
>"once upon a time there was a princess who lived in a tall castle"
>the "princess" lives in a penthouse in NYC
This specials were awesome, fuck you.
Can everyone agree she's the worst character on 30 Rock?
Any good word on Arrow? They're having a sale right now and I'm wondering how they are compared to Criterion.
Their packaging is usually better, depending on what you get. I don't have any firsthand experience but from what I've heard from Criteribros they really really like Arrow's US releases so far.
Also, any recommendations, preferably Arrow-exclusive stuff? Thinking of grabbing this.
Best director who didn't release a film until after this year?
why was dallas buyers club in this piece of kino?
This literally felt like I was watching Starship Troopers instead of Independence Day
True, Starship Troopers was better, but that was an intentional action-comedy with admittedly shoddy effects. The new independence day has no excuse ending up like a 90s action comedy
Want to watch the movie? It's on YouTube now.
So.. why isn't he in prison?
Are you ready for the Tetris Cinematic Universe?
Phase 1 of the TSU is just the beginning. Soon the scourge of capeshit will be cleaned from this earth by the perfect radiance of Arcade Movies: the only source material truely deserving of being adapted into film.
hoho haha heh
And he thought killing off Han Solo would bring him peace.
Is this a good movie?