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Rogue-Jyn-Tonic
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Feb 28
1

I didn’t read the book but did see and actually enjoyed the movie, with multiple viewings. The only downside I felt was that it was a bit rushed, like everything that happened was to get to the next thing to happen. I get that as a movie sometimes you don’t have time to just stop and rest, so this is good news to see Read more

Feb 27
10

I mean, I kind of agree. I know I’m in the minority but I still think he’s miscast. The golly gee whiz thing is annoying and his dramatic range is not great.

Feb 27
4

First off, the people using the camera are not generally the ones who designed it. Multiple companies were likely involved in the development and manufacture of the camera. These systems are extremely complicated, and every part is being designed to meet a set of specifications. Which, in practice, means the designers Read more

Feb 26
25

Right, most groundbreaking discoveries are not heralded by cries of “Eureka!”, but rather by mumbles of “huh, that’s weird...

Feb 26
15

And even then it’s largely thanks to cool set pieces and Philip Seymour Hoffman

Feb 26
51

i’m in it for Coates. Abrams is a perfectly serviceable blockbuster director as long as he’s not writing anything.

Feb 26
67

To be fair, the destruction of Krypton will make for a hell of a lens flare

Feb 24
1

Can we not just stop debuting things in theaters? Could we just release things everywhere, and let people watch them wherever they personally prefer?

Feb 16
2

Let’s face it, it was the freakin visuals that made you keep grabbin those publications. When they all finally stood in that circle in The Avengers flick... that was all Kirby. I didn’t buy a thermos and lunchbox because it had something by Stan scrawled on it, it was for Ditko’s drawings. And man, it still kills me

Feb 12
29

maybe he used it to pay crazy hospital bills in his last moments ... and yes, it is a horrible thing to focus on.