Totally agree, this movie is soooooooo bad, I felt they were joking. If you want to teach someone about lazy writing in cinema then show them this film.Not sure but I think Venom may have been social media-ed into success. The amount of "Don't believe the critics" comments on videos, etc, is so enormous I don't remember seeing anything like it before. Especially since you should believe the critics, the harshest critics, that is, they are right, the movie is trash on fire. Makes no sense, has a villain that keeps trying to ooze menace but looks about as dangerous as a Playmobil-figure, even Tom Hardy is kind of bad in it, maybe because his character is so goddamn boring, as is the rest of this garbage fest.
This movie is like it was made at the dawn of comic book movies, avoid at all costs.
Thanks for not spoiling it. I've noticed lots of spoiler reviews on YouTube now which is fine because I don't have to click on them but some are posting a description of the scene in the title and show a clip in the thumbnail!
It means I can't go on YouTube at all now until I've seen the film. Hopefully tomorrow.
There is no spoiler dude. Think you saw the "Thanks for not spoiling it", by @Titch . You can come back, it is safe!!!Due to illness I have not been able to see Endgame, had a quick look in here and the first thing I saw was something like "thanks for the spoiler" I made my escape in time but
PUT IT IN SPOILER TAGS YOU DONGS
P.S. The laughter in the end, rumored to be Palpatine's, blowed my mind, if it is not any cheap flashback into the movie!!
I hope it is something cool, cause The Last Jedi killed my interest too. While i am not a "Star Wars elitist", i liked both the old and the new (prequel) trilogy, i liked Rogue One, i half liked The Force Awakens, but the Last Jedi really was too rushed. "Solo" also did not catch my interest, it had more of a Star Trek movie pace, to be honest.It is in there to get people excited, after Last Jedi and Solo my excitement for Star Wars films is pretty much zero now.
As for Palpatine they will market him really heavy and he will just appear at the very end of the movie on a cliff face and then throw Ren's lightsaber off a cliff.
On top of that they cant seem to do anything with the franchise. Jedi vs Sith, lightsabers, empire, rebels, superweapon.
There is one thing Disney is doing well Gabe.
Milking the franschsises (marvel&StarWars), especially with cartoon spin-offs and action figures for kids. They even ruined a top-tier fighting game series, MarvelVSCapcom by their milking strategies.
In this base I start to believe that George Lucas was honest, that he did not want episode VII and was Disney pushing the project.
And as opposite I was preForceAwakens to recycle old characters and concepts, the last Jedi was so disappointing, that I think only some old recycled catchy asspulls can save the next movie.
They are all decent filmsHalloween suggestions
The Mist - stephen king, great acting, great story, amazing acting, the movie will fuck with your brain
Life - great sci fi horror, no goofy characters, tense, suspensful, not a single idiot astronaut in it who would smell alien eggs or would avoid quarantine protocols
Annihilation - same as above
Just dont watch any of the trailers due to spoilers.
You are welcome
They are all decent films
I would recommend Martyrs (2007) for horror. That was a crazy ride. Also good ones:
The New York Ripper (1982)
The Green Inferno (2013)