No one was.
No one was.
The broad outlines here are identical to the Green Lantern.
Oh yeah, good example. Besides, what the fuck was that thing in that show? It was bizarre.
I think everyone understands what it’s trying to be. The problem was that it focused too much on the monsters and gore to not deal more squarely with the threat they created.
I’m sure it sounds contrarian to say that I’d rather watch Charlie Sheen’s Arrival than Villeneuve’s, but it’s true. There wasn’t a single moment in the latter film that wasn’t predictable. At least, the former had Sheen at his heaviest, with some solid paranoid thriller chills, and a sadly still relevant theme. Plus,… Read more
Bird Box was a good example of when not showing the monster backfires. The film tried to have it both ways, by being a psychological horror/character piece while also being a straight up horror film. The balance was off. There was too much attention paid to the monsters to not show them. Read more
It’s still an awful movie.
None of these shows reached their potential. Jessica Jones had some of the best moments, but even it was full of Netflix bloat.
This dude should not be anyone’s hero.