Discussion in 'Justice League' started by Thread Manager, Jan 6, 2018.
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Guardians 2 and Last Jedi did some good advertising for Poppins.
Some were skeptical of the Jungle Book and Beauty and the Beast remakes and both proved to be monstrous hits. And it was Coco, a movie that many here said wasnt a threat, that knocked Justice League out of the #1 spot, after all.
Mary Poppins could be a bigger threat to Aquaman than it appears, is all Im saying.
Finally watching Justice League.
[BLACKOUT]Bruce Wayne: "I don't need to recognize the world, I just need to save it."[/BLACKOUT] is my first complaint/nitpick. Opening song is blah, and CGI mustache concealment are things I'm already familiar with, not knocking on them more.
"Is he cool?"
"Yeah, he cool"
"I'M MARY POPPINS Y'ALL"
Btw I cant wait to see the Black Manta suit.
Do one of your usual commentaries. I like them!
Why is this a complaint? I dont understand. You mean the line delivery or what he says? I thought he meant that they need to save the world, and leave the making sense of it all, for later.
Aquaman is going to do fine at box office. I have 10+ female friends and my mother and we are all going. And if the movie is fun I'll see it 2+ times even if it's piece of **** I'll see it at least twice
Unless one of Oscar Isaac's films that are released before Aquaman finally kills me.
I'm usually proven wrong in these cases, I'm not going to cry if this is the same thing.
I'm honored. I'll try to do my best with this one.
[blackout]Batman is into planning and forming strategies, and that accompanies his habit of knowing the enemy and the terrain, that is a major characteristic of Batman, or any good strategist. "I don't need to recognize the world" is like jumping blind, it's more of a suicide than a rescue mission.[/blackout]
What if they CG momoa's beard off? And make him say "I'm a big fan of fish. I talk to them." In the third act.
DON'T give them ideas like that.
What if Whedon does extensive reshoots and casts himelf as Aquaman?
Easy neither me nor anyone else goes to see it
And Momoa probably kills him
Isn't Whedon about as attractive as Momoa? I mean in his youth of course. Look at those flowing locks. Ok I'll stop.
Interesting perspective, and one I had not considered.
Yes, please do.
Why would Disney movie Solo next to another Disney film? Solo is pretty much screwed no matter where you put it so they might as well kept it where it's at. That's going to be the problem with Disney soon. They're going to start canalizing their own films since they're increasing their output each year.
Yea, I'm really curious how they managed that funny helmet. t:
What's His Name is better than Ralph Fiennes in Hail, Caesar and probably gonna get his career ruined now
Ansel freaking Elgort is a Golden Globe Nominee
Steppenwolf in Thymiscera is a cool action scene, but it raises a few questions:
How did he search for millenia and only found that one motherbox in this one island where there are a few? You can call Victor lucky for not being the one to summon this man unaware.
Exiled for millenia, and he amassed and army of the same type of creatures. I'm not sure if this will be addressed later.
How did that one lady know his name?
I'm confident I heard one of the ladies shout "FLAME OON". I did not say that's what she said, it's what I heard.
Steppenwolf came out of a portal right next to the box, I don't know if it's wise to carry it running from him. I wouldn't call this point a plot problem, it just draws my attention.
I'm not certain why there is this difference in strength levels. Two ladies hold a heavy door from closing, another one is unable to lift the horse that is on her after a fall I think they are physically qualified to survive.
I don't think you've gotten to the History Lesson part yet but that's how they know who he is, along with the Motherboxes
My questions are getting answered, I like it. The backstory reminds me of the prologue of Fellowship of the Ring, it's not exactly a WIN for me, but I can appreciate the effort of a good backstory.
Danny Elfman's stock music doesn't distract me while I watch the movie, it's used fittingly so far.
I asked how Bruce Wayne snuck into the lair of Barry Allen with the chains still there, I doubt that question will get answered.
I think I'll end watching it now and continue tomorrow.