Well there are a lot British actors in both and I still think when we think of cinema and delivery even here we hold you as the theatre cornerstone ... might be psychological ... otherwise we would just sell robot movies to china
What cracks me up is that Marvel films and Star Wars film often open here first and it’s apparently to do with money, but... it hardly seems like a dealbreaker, does it?
In all seriousness, look at the box office returns for Japan the weekend before last:
One would expect that such an iconic work of Modern art, let alone Pop Art, would firmly familiarize the masses with its correct spelling... “Campbell’s”
Looks like its 15 million minutes of fame are over.
Not to be a buzzkill but Kingsman: The Golden Circle was terrible. And it had so much potential, too.
The first one has its charms. It’s Chevy Chase’s last movie before the complete charisma removal leaving nothing but awkwardness behind.
Butch Cassidy is so fucking good.
It’s good that Deadpool 2 had a big opening, because Solo is coming out this week and will probably take away its top box office spot. It should grab as much money as it can while it can.
I’m suffering from talk of superhero fatigue fatigue.
They’re like snakes - you need Samuel L. Jackson to come in and take care of them.
“Are we suffering from superhero fatigue yet?”
When adults have childish obsessions over celebrities it’s so cringeworthy. These people view us as peasants. Why bother ? - Gooddaysunshine, Pittsburgh, United States, 1 week ago
So I had a 6 hour flight back from Europe this weekend. I watched the jumanji reboot and found it to be pretty good. Then I watched Coco and tried really hard not to cry. I cried anyway. I don’t know why, but it’s harder to hold back tears on a plane.
Deadpool’s Guide to Super Villains from Unbeatable Squirrel Girl. For the heroically inclined who need a quick exposition on who they’re fighting, this guide provides enough info to get their life’s story and power set without having to Google it mid-fight.
Wow, you got fancy!
I can’t think of a heavily hyped horror movie from the last five years that I didn’t love, though.
Every small indie horror movie is touted as like, terrifying and somehow different than what’s come before it, and like...is it really? Like, I thought A Quiet Place was good and all, a fun little horror movie, but...I didn’t find it particularly groundbreaking. It cribs from so much.