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Discussion in 'The Cutting Room Floor' started by Chrisbarnes182, Aug 7, 2012.
Whatever birds of prey is called
Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)
The Rise of Skywalker.
Sorry, it's terrible. Not only has "the rise of" been done to death (seriously, it was even used in a subtitle for a Van Wilder sequel... a movie so bad they couldn't even convince Ryan Reynolds of all people to show up for a cameo), but it doesn't even make sense. There aren't any Skywalkers left except for Leia (who doesn't use the name and probably won't be in the movie much) and Kylo, who also doesn't use the name and even if he redeems himself at the end, he's still murdered a lot of people so it also doesn't really fit.
Has Gigli been mentioned? It's 100% Gigli.
Palpatine's a Skywalker, though.
The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part
"The second part" isn't needed. No wonder it underperformed.
Reminds me of the thought that crossed my mind of Palpatine being the actual father of Anni Skywalker.
The first one is so bad I'm surprised it performed well. At least the spin-off is really good.
Yeah, that's news to me. If the movies are the only real canon then Palpatine was a sith lord moonlighting as a *****e bag senator, no actual relation to Anakin - although that immaculate conception stuff was just ****ing awful, I mean couldn't they come up with a better story than that ?
IMO "Attack of the Clones " is still the worst SW title ever, and a contender for worst title of all time.
Titles like 12 Strong, Final Fantasy (cause of how far removed it is from those games), Dark Shadows, IT, I.T, Barbwire, Livewire, Quantum of Solace...
Are worse titles in my view.
Quantum of Solace is a very strong contender for worst ever title. It's such a pretentious title, especially for a Bond film.
I think Dark shadows was named for the TV show it was based on and Barb Wire was the title character's name - still not great titles. I guess Final Fantasy was just a marketing trick.
Yeah Quantum of Solace is a terrible title. Like, what the hell does that even mean? I know a lot of the Bond titles are kinda nonsensical but still... if you were to try and glean a meaning of that phrase, it would be “a required amount of consolation in a time of distress.” I guess you could interpret the consolation that Bond and Camille give each other throughout the film as the reason for going with that title? Obviously the villain network is called Quantum so that fits but using the full title just because it was the name of a Fleming short story (that, as I understand, the movie wasn’t based on) was just dumb.
Belly is a terrible title, sounds like a movie about a fat dude.