Tell me /tv/, would this have been a good film?
One of these threads.
Saw pic related yesterday night.
Got pretty pumped because of the meme intro scene, but quickly got into the actual movie and actually, unironically, enjoyed it. There is literally nothing wrong with this film, maybe its a little too dry, but thats it.
Why the need to ridicule it so much? Saw it in a row with TDK and im leaning more towards TDKR, TDK feels cartoony as fuck.
>"you can't fly jet planes if you're color blind"
why did he do this?
Thoughts? I thought it was a masterpiece.
How does it compare to the original?
Literally shot for shot, the cabin used in the film was made with the blueprints from the cabin in the original, and the director is the same.
I prefer the remake, personally, although our audiences aren't used to films that stray away from "Boy meets girl --> Boy gets girl after drama/action/scary/romance) so the rating was actually lower than the original.
No apologies she was cute in the flashbacks
Blanca is slightly hideous but she's pretty based and without a doubt the best Latina. Maritza is hot but she's boring, Blanca at least keeps it interesting without going into full retard territory like Maria or Daya.
>I'M THE BABY! GOTTA LOVE ME!
They "had" to love him, but did they really want to?
He's not even their actual baby. They found their genuine offspring but he was such an annoying shit they decided to keep the one they knew.
Best The Office (US) moment?
Mr. McCallister, here's your very own pizza.
pretty sure its 'heres your very own cheese pizza'
>You will never grow up in Mayberry. ;_;
Why even live?
Anyone else kinda enjoying this?
Tomorrow supposedly the plot finally kicks in.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has not had a genuinely bad movie yet. Even at their worst, the movies were just mediocre.
What is this dark magic?
What's /tv/'s opinion of Jesse Ventura: Conspiracy Theory?
What was his endgame?
How bad will it be, /tv/?