@sk8gurl It's a TV series set in the MCU. Basically whatever film that is currently running in the MCU affects the plot of the series. It's really awesome once you get past the first half of the first season.
Well older Bond films are not known for being scientifically accurate hahaha. I have to agree with bupKiss, if this was done today he's be a mush of human parts, or just a completely different death, game of thrones death. That would be cool.
I don't know, I really liked the villain in this one so menacing yet calm, and creepy. Though the last act was a bit weird, it looked like they ripped something off from the Home Alone movies with all the home made traps and stuff xD hahaha
@JackRabbitSlims It ruins movies for me as well hahaha Sometimes, I just can't sit through some action scene without thinking to myself: "Well, that's not possible in real life" or when characters do certain things I just criticize how illogical their decisions are xD
For me, it was the blend of practical effects and CGI that made the action scenes look really cool and somewhat realistic, but it was still over-the-top at some points. Especially that guitar guy, cool? Of course, but practical? Just why man.
For me it's the first Avengers poster. HAHA. The inner nerd in me screamed when I saw that, it's not the greatest, but it got me really excited for that movie. Suffice to say, the movie itself did not disappoint.
I'm just excited on Kylo Ren's story. I think he's not a Sith, since he has no "Darth" in his name. Also, in the expanded universe (which is now non-cannon) Han and Leia had two children (I think it's only two?) one becomes the new Sith Lord or something, and the other becomes the new "Luke Skywalker" of some sorts. Really intriguing.
This was a horrible take on the Fantastic Four story. The black Johnny Storm was fine, the younger actors, of course it's based on the ultimate verse. But seriously? 1 hour into the film still no powers, you don't even feel that this team was a "team." Oh and Doom. wtf.