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@gandoff Well, the original Star Wars trilogy was actually done by three different directors. George Lucas directed A New Hope, Irvin Kershner directed The Empire Strikes Back and Richard Marquand directed The Return of The Jedi. So I don't think it is that weird.
A bit of a misleading headline maybe?
Agent-Cooper wrote a comment about the news item Saw Returns to Theaters This Halloween!
Phew, for a moment I thought they were gonna make another one. This is a relief. The franchise pretty much got worse with each movie (though VI was better than V and probably also IV). The first one is actually a quite good flick
Damn, I thought the remake kicked ass...
Just... stop.
@ejk1 You are actually resorting to name calling? Really? Yeah, you are obviously the intelligent one here. The reason why I didn't comment on the Sinister Six thing, is simply because I don't feel like there's a whole lot to discuss on that front since we in fact know very little. All we know for sure is that they are making a Sinister Six movie and it will (obviously) feature six villain characters. While there has been a lot of hints and teases of who might appear, only few (if any) have actually been 100% confirmed, and we have no idea what their individual roles will be and at what capacity they will appear. Most of it is just speculation really. Will it be bad? It might be. Will it be good? It might be. A LOT of things can change in the next couple of years and we can't really know for sure what route they will take. So it's a bit pointless to debate when it is still in such early stages. We simply don't know whether it will be good or bad until we have actually SEEN it for ourselves (which brings me back to my original point).

BTW I think you and me are the only two people who are clicking on the article at this point.
@ejk1 "But yeah, continue focusing on the one aspect of my comment instead of the overall point. It amuses me greatly..." You know, I could actually say the exact same thing to you, since you seem to completely ignore the point of what I'm saying. But again in all fairness you also said: "I don't care about whatever your point you're trying to make" so I guess I just shouldn't bother since this is apparently the equivalent of talking to a brick wall.
@ejk1 "Settle down, child"? It's amazing how condescending one can be in only three words, isn't it? Actually in order to properly comment on something - even if it is just 'in general' - a 'general' rule of thumb is you need to have some 'general' knowledge of the thing you are talking about (in this case it means having actually seen the film). There's a reason why reviewers don't just see half a movie and then start start to write a review and say "Oh, I'm just talking about the movie in general" or "I got the vibe that the rest of the movie would probably go something like this..." . You might have a preconcieved notion from the comics of how Gwens death should be done and at what time etc. But until you have actually seen the movie and the scene in the right context then you can't really say whether they handled it well or not.
@ejk1 You say yourself that you haven't actually seen it, yet you criticize the movie for not being executed properly. I have no problem with people not liking the movie, but at least see the thing before you start writing a review.
@therealGoku How exactly is this Guillermos fault?
I don't know much about this story, but one of the things that interests me the most about this is the lead actor Jack O'Connell. A very talented young actor with heaps of potential.
Rest in peace
@writer220 Well, I think it depends on the character whether an actor should change his or her looks and to what extent. But no, he doesn't have the same hairstyle in that one :)
@writer220 Have you seen Boy A? It's a great movie and he is brilliant in it. If you haven't seen it then I suggest you give it a try.
Now that is one exciting trailer!
@thedude1 I hardly think you can compare The Rhino to what they did with the Mandarin in Iron Man 3. The Rhino was just a cameo and it was true to the source material.

When I watch the movie I get the impression that they originally had a strong and a bit more focused script, but Sony came in and added lots of stuff that would be build on in later sequels (something I also think that some of the Marvel movies suffer from) thus making it a bit more messy and unfocused. That being said I think people are being too harsh on it. Personally I really like it and I think its strengths outweigh its weaknesses (for the most part). One huge thing I have to appluad it for is for actually having some genuine heartfelt and emotional moments - something very superhero movies has had in my opinion.
@writer220 Uhhh, I can recall some lines. And no they are not 'dead wrong'. Their opinion is just different from yours (there is a difference I believe)
Agent-Cooper wrote a comment about the news item Dumb and Dumber To Trailer Is Here!
I love the first one and I really hope the next one is gonna be good, but I have to admit... That look's pretty bad. I liked the brief shot of them parked on the middle of the road and the joke with the phones were okay I guess, but the rest I just really didn't like. The cat and the old lady jokes were the worst. I'm really hoping that it is just a terrible trailer and the movie is miles above in quality, but that is probably naive thinking. Regardless there will probably be a couple of amusing/decent moments sprinkled through out (Jim Carrey is never the weak link in any movie).
He was great in The Young Ones. Probably my favorite character. He had great comedic skills and timing. RIP
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