Forum Replies Created
September 15, 2017 at 1:02 pm #1202213753
I read the book as well. I’m guessing they’re changing the framework a little if they do not have the time jump. I wasn’t a big fan of it but I know I’m going to be a wreck regardless of how it ends. I wouldn’t mind the father being in more, I always thought his character was underused.
Who’s seen the movie though? Hasn’t come around to Nashville, but I can see this snagging picture on the acclaim alone.September 15, 2017 at 12:53 pm #1202213749
whats the word on Pfeiffer? Is this winnable?March 26, 2016 at 11:05 pm #601784
High by the Beach by Lana is literally the video of the year. If it doesn’t get nominated in the general field at all, it’ll be ridiculous. Still can’t believe she hasn’t won VMA yet. SmhMarch 25, 2016 at 6:14 pm #601637
The movie was ok. It wasn’t terrible, it wasn’t good. Of course it had too much going on, of course they didn’t do a good job balancing every character they had. Not the best of scripts either, a lot of terrible lines. The fight scenes were as loud and over the top as they were in MOS, sure the destruction isn’t as terrible here, but Snyder still doesn’t know how to say enough.
By far the worst thing had to be Jesse Eisemberg, I was prepared to hate him, I loathed the casting choice from the start, the trailers didn’t do anything to convince me and in the end, it was as terrible and as miscast as I thought it would be. The guy is a great actor, but this wasn’t the role for him. The voice, the hair, the lines they gave him and his phisical presence in general were just too much.
The cast in general was great, Adams, Irons, Lane, Fishburne are all too good to be bad even here, they did a terrific job, I was surprised by how much Adams/Lois got to do, she was present throughout. Affleck was pretty damn good, this was a great Batman and a great Bruce Wayne. I don’t if his Batman was better than the other actors who have played him, but I did feel like his Bruce was, at least since Michael Keaton.
Henry Cavill got much more to do here than in Man of Steel thanks to Clark being more present and Superman having at least some sort of soul and character, which was missing from MOS, but in general, this character still needs better writing and this actor deserves more.
Nice to see Wonder Woman here, Gal Gadot did what she was supposed to do which was introduce the character, she has very few lines and very few moments, but you do get a kick out of the whole deal…it is a big deal. It was great seeing here.
Now let’s see what Suicide Squad brings…
LITERALLY every thing you said was spot on. It’s a shame that Adams will have to waste her time on these movies for like the next 5 years. Affleck wasn’t terrible but I didn’t like him that as Bruce; I didn’t mind him as Batman though. He’ll never top Bale though.
EISENBERG WAS LITERAL SHIT. It was like he was trying to mimic the Joker and his potrayal as Mark Zuckerberg. It was so distractingly bad that I almost left to go to the bathroom during his monologue to Superman towards the end. The Razzies have to nominate him. He was awful. I wish we could see who was considered for the role besides him because I think anyone would’ve been better.
Gadot was great, but underused. It does make more confident that the Wonder Woman will be good or decent. Zach Snyder is becoming the next Michael Bay/M. Night. Can you just focus on a good story for once. All of his films are just CGI galore… It’s distracting and not neccesary. I hate that he’s directing the Justice League.March 25, 2016 at 5:52 pm #601636
Just saw this! While I didn’t think it was terrible, I thought Eisenberg as Lex Luther was horrendous. Please Razzies nominate him, he deserve it. I didn’t care for Affleck as Batman either but I don’t know if he’s Razzie worthyMarch 23, 2016 at 7:57 pm #600917
Amy Adams is no where near getting Worst Supporting Actress. My money would on Gal Gadot before herMarch 14, 2016 at 9:47 pm #217836
Would love if this turned out to be like The Help, meaning both Spencer and Dunst get nominated!March 13, 2016 at 11:38 pm #368329
Barrymore without a doubt. Still can’t get over them rewarding Lange instead of her… Barrymore was mesmerizingMarch 13, 2016 at 11:31 pm #218606
Lmao to anyone who thinks Adams isn’t due for a win. 5 noms in the last 8 years, I’d say the Academy has definitely admired her and will want to reward her. I can’t see her having like 7+ noms and no win in the future. Here’s hoping the Joplin biopic gets wrapped up soonMarch 4, 2016 at 11:11 am #219602
I’ll legit sob if Amy Adams wins! She’s been my favorite actress since I saw her in Junebug (for which she should’ve won for). I still think her best bet is the Janis Joplin biopic if that ever gets madeFebruary 28, 2016 at 9:27 pm #219205
Lol at Kate Winslet trying hard to be a tumblr gif.
Haha this is literally what went through my mind lolFebruary 26, 2016 at 3:57 pm #217488
It actually astounds me that anyone could be bored during Brookyln. Like were you wanting a car chase or something? #idiotsFebruary 23, 2016 at 2:05 pm #217441
Love a vote for Mara, but reallly…. You only voted for her because she looked hot naked. smhFebruary 23, 2016 at 2:00 pm #218143
Brooklyn is the best film out of the nominees. Period.
Couldn’t have said it better myself