I feel like the phrase “plot hole” get overused. I realize this is a bit like screaming about Alanis Morisette’s definition of irony, but “plot hole” doesn’t mean “literally any question I have that isn’t perfectly answered to my satisfaction.” It means a logical contradiction or gap in the story. So, if Superman dies…
I mean, I agree, but remember what happened the last time Lucasfilm decided that someone wasn’t innately connected to everyone else?
What makes you think this is before he knows Spider-Man’s identity? They show Parker fighting the water elemental with no suit on at all.
Game Night had the terrible misfortune of coming out a week after Black Panther. It’s no surprise that it didn’t get much attention, and I can’t even be mad about it. That being said, it at least made over $117M on a $37M budget. A 3x return is pretty solid. I’m not sure I necessarily want a sequel, but hopefully…
This suit looks really cool and I can’t wait to get it. But also if they were going to go through the effort, I’m pretty bummed they didn’t go for the Miles suit. Yeah, yeah, you play as Peter Parker, but I feel like donning the Miles suit would’ve made a hell of a lot more people happy than this one on its own.
Okay, I will be straight up honest: It should have. And the only reason is that I forgot. I failed to put it on one of my lists, and so it slipped through the cracks but frankly, I would have bumped something off this list if I had remembered (probably Searching? I dunno, it’s hard to pick).
Things can be both useful and ugly. It’s why I get to have a job.
This is excellent.
I would not view a monopod as comparable to a tripod. If you want stability, a tripod is absolutely the way to go (obviously).
This is a really good monopod.
I have corrected the spelling but I will never apologize for my candy opinions.
This is a good point. I picked up mine at a ThinkGeek store for about $20-30, but it was a while ago and on a sale, so I wasn’t comfortable quoting that as the official price.
I haven’t gotten tired of all this Bowsette stuff and I see no reason to start now.
I’m hoping that’s the case. I’ve seen more than a bunch of things labeled as “clips” that are unedited sequences of shots, so I’m not doing much more than hoping, but still. There really should be more to this scene than there is.
I mean, you’re not wrong. But also that was when he was a villain. If he’s gonna keep every negative trait about Eddie Brock’s canon in a film where he’s the hero—SORRY, YES, Sony, I meant anti-hero, for the love of god stop reminding me—then it’s gonna be hard to sympathize with him.
On top of all that mentioned in the article...is it just me or is this clip edited horrendously? I guess I don’t want to be too harsh because it’s a pre-release clip, but it still feels like it’s being edited like a trailer (or worse, like a movie they tried to piece together in editing after hasty reshoots, a la…
To be honest, I kind of like it. The main time I can think of where it comes up is when he’s talking to the Avengers in the first Avengers movie. Cap says they were making weapons. Nick says they weren’t, just collecting them. Stark interrupts and calls Nick a liar, showing the designs for weapons on their computers.…
I’m so glad you brought this up because actually, the math can work out, and a hell of a lot better than it does for MoviePass.