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@HeyIts_Luke

Justice League was the cinematic equivalent of watching a classmate give a presentation they totally forgot about




I'm not paying to see this thing. I don't really want this bunch to have standalone films either. Bring DC back from the dead after 2022 or something.
Nov 17, 2017 4:41 PM
cspazzRagnarok is without a doubt the best blockbuster of 2017 and that will hold until Star Wars takes a shot at the title.

It'll need a lot of memorable Kylo & Snoke for me. It's been raining Rey teasers all f'n year.
Nov 17, 2017 3:55 AM
B+

I guess I'm so nicely enveloped by the Rogers-Stark arc of more gravitas, this one felt nearly too much like a goofy party. I was anticipating that seeing as Infinity War could make Empire Strikes Back look like a party in turn. We probably needed this fun before the storm.

S P O I L E R S

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- Very nice casting, flawless. Thompson's Valkyrie helped carry the heavy lifting while Thor & co. were imprisoned &/or busy contemplating.
- I liked how Banner left Earth, inside Hulk for 2yrs, I wasn't sure how they'd put him lost in space by choice.
- Thor as exposition storyteller was great, I didn't know Hemsworth had it in him.
- Loki & Dr.Strange, now there's a movie.

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- Some solid serious tones, never fully chased. I get that, else the film's fluid pace & tone would've been Batman v Superman or Justice League'ish. Thor giving the lullaby, some brotherly stuff, & Banner's awakening might've been stronger in another movie.
- Some easy laughs were always on the table; the sense of consequences was lacking I guess by the middle & I just rode with it.

Not in the Ultron-CivilWar-Avengers trio for me, yet it does match GoG's calibre.




Nov 16, 2017 11:29 PM
88 Miles Per HourThor 4D - Live Theater - jump to 1:03

https://youtu.be/8atgsWFfDOg?

(contains mild spoilers)

Why is no one standing ovation wtf omg diaf.
Nov 16, 2017 11:10 PM
I'm going to see Thor today.
Nov 16, 2017 7:13 PM
BaadroneMovieBob JL Review = 1.5 stars


"It's an infield foul in Tee-Ball"

"If Dawn of Justice was a cauldron of scolding hot gorilla piss than this is the same thing but the gorilla piss is now room temperature."

Edit: RT score is now showing on the front page. 40%

41% I'm winning.
Nov 16, 2017 6:39 PM
I defeated SCIV this past week, first time. Only ever rented it back in the day, easier now with the mini + saving.
My fav stage was the mode 7 spinning room. [img]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5FsIWpF4gI[/img]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5FsIWpF4gI

I'm playing FFIII also my first time. The SNES truly is beyond anything & I love it.
Nov 16, 2017 8:07 AM
Ali Velshi & his bizarre Canadian upbringing. As opposed to Moore & his normal Alabama one.

Seeing Moore's attorney get Wonder Woman'd by Stephanie Ruhle made my day.
Nov 16, 2017 4:28 AM
The Godfather A+
The Godfather Part II A+
Nov 16, 2017 3:27 AM
The number of Browns losses in a row on a Sunday for $600 Alex.

What is... 26.

lols
Nov 15, 2017 3:50 AM
The Hobbit movies only made LOTR films even more extraordinary.

I don't need this show & I'm probably not watching.
Nov 15, 2017 3:19 AM
Yes.

Last year I listened to Chuck Klosterman's (audiobook) 'But What if We're Wrong' (Thinking about the Present as if it were the Past). I remember him touching on this angle - about humanity/pop culture/etc nearly consistently always unable to project in the now what ppl 100s of years will remember this now by. The who's, whats, etc.
I think that involves critical opinion. No one can ultimately declare any opinion 'wrong' until it's been marinated longer.

Movies? Blade Runner is the prime recent example. There always seems to be authors whose work didn't quite hit the mark until decades later, years after the writers were deceased.

Anyways, it was a fun book. My fav take was alternate universe possibilities. Most of all, when we think of alt universes we're usually hung up on maybe a 1 or 2 or handful of what ifs. When in fact, if there were to exist 1 alternate universe, there must also exist trillions & trillions of them if not infinite. Which seems logical until you comb it in with wtf the universe actually is & how could infinite number more of universes that alternate us reside in, let alone all time before & after.
lols

Nov 13, 2017 6:38 AM

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Nov 13, 2017 6:25 AM
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Nov 13, 2017 6:14 AM
Was it he who came up with the Masturbating Bear at Conan's old NBC show?

If it wasn't, it probably still was.
Nov 11, 2017 3:41 PM
We all saw this one on the way. Seems like he's been out of the limelight the past 2-3yrs.

Not sure this is in Cosby drug territory or Weinstein power play either. It's just pathetic. I can still listen to his comedy albums. Meh.
Nov 9, 2017 10:38 PM
Raimi - Spiderman 3

Scott - hold my coffee... Alien Covenant.
I really like Prometheus & now alas it's a standalone semi-classic because its sequel is a hack job. I wanted more grandeur, not more Alien3 & Resurrection.
Nov 9, 2017 10:33 PM
Janson JinnistanIt's worth reading the account of Kevin's brother, Randy Fowler, who claims that both brothers were abused by their "Nazi" father for years.

Not to absolve Spacey entirely for his behavior, but I think that it's crucial to understand the soil from which the vine is sprung.

"Years later, our mother actually wrote a letter to all three of us, trying to justify what gone on by saying she was abused as a child and so was our father."

It doesn't absolve, yet it does explain a little.
Weinstein without power wouldn't have been able to prey like he did, while Spacey in any walk of life might've walked similar line he did. If Spacey had simply been a no name stage actor or a Starbucks manager, his brother's story tells me that boys anywhere might've been in harms way no matter what. Maybe that Spacey has a criminal record by now instead.
Good times everyone.
Nov 8, 2017 5:37 PM