Probably not true. Dark Knight Returns was full of crappy one liners. At the very least they need them for that 'Post Title/Release Date' moment in trailers. »
I know a girl who thinks Salt is a more worthwhile female hero than the likes of Ripley or Sarah Connor because those movies aren't 'real.' »
Fantastic sculpt of a classic film character. So glad they never did a tacky remake of this franchise. »
I think the difference between them is pretty vast, at least in terms of quality and preproduction. Pixar could spend years nailing down a script before going into actually making a film. Yeh, you could say Marvels backlog of comic storylines count toward their preproduction, but I think it's more accurate to say… »
Kemonozume. Same style and director (?) as Ping Pong. Follows the story of some modern day samurai who fight monsters. Has a bit of a Tarantino 'Kill Bill-anime section' feel to it. »
Haha, I see they're looking to make some money on the art house cinema market with this one. Smart move I guess. I'm looking forward to it. »
I don't know who Dana Brody is, but if you're saying Jill Garvey is an incredibly irritating character who exists solely to piss the audience off...I agree. »
Heh, wasn't Data's excuse for his oddness (when he travelled back in time to Mark Twain's time) that he was a Frenchman? A fingerprint from Ron Moore perhaps. »
Can't find a clip of it, but Jon Favreau's 'Chef,' did a great job of using Twitter on screen. Lot's of little animated birds flying out of people's phones. Very cute. »
I want to like this game, but not once have I seen anything challenging about it. I can't even see the player taking any damage. Its like one giant training level. Do Dynasty Warriors games present more difficulty the deeper into them you go? Or can you walk through the entire thing blindfolded? »
Tough question. A lot directors who make a point of exploring different genres (Tarantino, Coens, Whedon) tend to stamp a fairly recognisable portion of their personality on whatever they do. Danny Boyle is a bit more chameleon-like though.
A major advantage to practical shooting over CGI, which I've come to appreciate, is being able to improvise more on set, and point your camera without fear of having to add extra effects costs. Strangely, the movie that made me appreciate this was Wolf of Wallstreet. There were so many shots, particularly in the some… »
Damn straight. He's Zack Snyder. Man of Steel's problems were mostly caused by him trying to fit into a Nolan mould. Let him go FULL SNYDER for B v S and enjoy the fistycuffs show for what it is. An explosive war of gods. »
Sounds like you might like the show. There's a huge current of nihilism in the stories...not sure it'll win out in the end, but it's a compelling struggle to watch. »
'But there's one big change to The Man Who Killed Don Quixote: it's set in the present.'
Haha, but he's already done that: