I mean, the chosen one trope is a trope we’ve had for thousands of years and is part of almost every mythology on Earth, including the two biggest religions on Earth right now, so yeah, I think it’ll survive without much trouble. The idea of a single person being chosen by some higher power to accomplish a great feat… Read more
I feel like everybody knew at least one art major in college who dressed like this.
I hope they don’t screw up DC Universe. It’s one of the few subscription services I really like (and I subscribe to quite a few). I love the old school cartoons and shows, comics, and the DC movies and their original shows. Honestly, I’m on there 10x more than Netflix, Hulu, or any other service.
I hate to burst your bubble, but the split happened pre Nixon..... you know when one side supported a complete crook that was willing to do anything and everything to get re-elected even if it breaks the law. Sound familiar? Of course at least Nixon was ashamed when he got caught and at least he was competent at the… Read more
“And we needed some sort of antagonist besides the shark. Because the shark, first of all, we couldn’t see the shark for a long time, and the shark didn’t speak.”
You’ve never made a typo? /:-)
This series should have just committed to it being “We Need to talk about Kylo.” No excuses, no whiny backwalking, no pretending a 30-year-old man can blame his problems on his parents working too hard. He chased a “glorious past” and wound up with a bunch of fascists then took out all his angst on innocent people. Read more
Took the words right out of my mouth. Snyder has two faults that prevent him from ever succeeding with a Superman film. One, he’s a slave to his own eye, so he will always choose big, flashy visuals, even if those visuals completely undercut the themes of his story. Hence the loving, tender slow-motion shots of Dan… Read more
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