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Yeah... I remember as a kid always thinking that the sets in the Indiana Jones movies looked so real and wondering why rocks and ruins always looked like plaster in movies like Conan. Read more

May 11
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Watching those four trailers together is not doing that Kaminski cinematography any favors.

May 10
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Look, his bad is overwhelming his good in my mind.  The ‘92 X-Men team is iconic.  The new 52... is 90s trash.

May 10
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It’s just necessary to be able to write weekly episodes, and it’s something the comics themselves keep doing regularly. For Jean, it’s a huge reason why they keep killing her. Sure, whoever is working on the book at the time gets to do that big “Oh my god, look how powerful she is!” moment, but then they don’t have a Read more

May 10
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I hate that the Disney+ Star Wars stuff seems like it’s trying to build to a giant crossover. It makes the whole thing less appealing to me. Read more

May 10
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More studios need to take other approaches, like the Tarantino thing of making stand-alone movies that just happen to take place in the same world. Read more

May 9
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I’ve never found gore in horror to be scary. It’s usually just fun, and yeah, there is a bit of “how did they pull that off?” mixed in, but for me at least, a lot of it just about really enjoying the creativity behind it. Read more

May 7
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I’m still there now... but there was no “Bad Batch” back in my day, and that seems like the only articles we’re getting so I can’t lean into it.

May 6
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Yes, I think they’d do best recasting Indiana and doing something that feels a little like the pulpy old movies the character was based on. Read more