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Hollywood is making an all female version of lord of the flies :/

 

May as well through a non gender binary tranny in their for good measure too.

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I hope they stick with some realism and have them all sat around making pretty bracelets from vines and seashells.

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Rolling Stone:

“You’ll get lots of violence and colorful threats and confusing shoot-outs, but you’re not going to get much meaning. In other words, this is not the Suicide Squad that liberals want.”

Vulture:

“Dungeons and Dragons–style fantasy, with its species-specific stats and attributes, is a pretty suspect well to draw from if you’re trying to pull off some kind of modern-day race relations metaphor.”

The New York Times:

“[Ayer] strayed into empty superhero theatrics with the slapdash Suicide Squad (co-starring Mr. Smith) and again dilutes his integrity with Mr. Smith’s lightweight sitcom likability. You’ll find beatings, shootouts, car crashes, awkward analogies and a measure of buddy badinage in Bright, but true enchantment is in short supply.”

Vanity Fair:

“While I had the misfortune to see Bright in a theater, most people will simply press ‘play’ out of curiosity on their Roku remote. I am willing to concede that this might elevate the experience a little; the ability to take a quick trip to the kitchen or restroom after shouting ‘no, don’t pause it’ to your partner on the couch will be liberating.”

The Wrap:

“Astoundingly bad in virtually every way, Bright shares in common several of the shortcomings of Ayer’s previous film, including conspicuous evidence of desperate efforts to cobble its under-explained and yet somehow overcomplicated mythology into something coherent.”

And perhaps the harshest review for last, from IndieWire:

“There’s boring, there’s bad, and then there’s “Bright,” a movie so profoundly awful that Republicans will probably try to pass it into law over Christmas break,” the review begins.

Then it describes Smith’s role as: “a hangdog performance so dispiriting that it might genuinely make you pity one of the world’s most successful people.”

And, giving the movie a grad of “F,” IndieWire adds: “Ayer’s dim and sloppy action set-pieces look wildly out of place on a movie screen (they’re so bland you almost expect Iron Fist to show up), and the constipated dialogue scenes that surround them tend to repeat the same points ad nauseam, as though they were written to accommodate a teenage kid who’s multi-tasking between the movie he’s watching in one window and the porn he’s streaming in another.”

 

 

 

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Shit was dead.

I agree with the critics. Too much violence and not enough explaination of the magic / races. Very underwhelming ending also which you could see coming from a mile away.

You know when shit happens in a movie and your like , bro that don't make no sense. Yeah that happens a lot. 

Only watched cause it had Will Smith in what seemed to be an interesting concept I don't think he had that explored before.

/

 

On 11/12/2017 at 8:06 PM, Thizz said:

Boy gonna be wack I reckon.  

 

Smith ain’t had a good film in atleast a decade. 

The truth 

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X-Men: Dark Phoenix

Starring Sophie Turner (Game of Thrones) as Jean Grey, X-Men: Dark Phoenix will focus on the well-known Grey/Dark Phoenix story arc from the comics. Acting as a follow-up to X-Men: Apocalypse, the team will have to face some very difficult choices as Jean Grey’s immense powers begin to develop and start to corrupt her, turning her into the Dark Phoenix. The highly-anticipated sequel will also star James McAvoy (Atomic Blonde), Michael Fassbender (Alien: Covenant), Jennifer Lawrence (Passengers), Jessica Chastain (Molly’s Game), Nicholas Hoult (Mad Max: Fury Road), Evan Peters (American Horror Story), and many more familiar faces as well as new characters to add to the mix of this specific X-Men timeline.

The Incredibles 2

While technically the sequel isn’t based on a comic book, The Incredibles has everything a fun comic book movie should have: engaging characters, action, some humor, a dysfunctional family theme and inevitably, hope, no matter how dark or complicated things get. It sounds like there will be a change in dynamic in the sequel, with Helen (Holly Hunter) taking over the spotlight in the superhero family and leaving Bob (Craig T. Nelson) at home with the kids. According to the synopsis, this will allow Bob to figure out how to deal with everyday life at home, which will be tricky for the whole gang. As they try to adjust, Frozone (Samuel L. Jackson) and the family will have to figure out how to work together again when a new villain arrives with a “brilliant and dangerous plot.”

 

Venom

While an official plot has not yet been announced, Venom is well-known in the comic book world as an archnemesis to Spider-Man. Tom Hardy (The Dark Knight Rises, Mad Max: Fury Road) plays the titular character, also known as Eddie Brock, a journalist that bonds with the symbiote alien suit/lifeforce and begins terrorizing the people of New York and Spider-Man as well.

Spider-Man won’t be in the film, but it was recently rumored that Tom Holland “was on set filming scenes on Venom for at least two days as Peter Parker.” So while we may not see Holland as the actual superhero in costume, his character may be making a cameo, which will lead to some intriguing possibilities for future Spider-Man films and the MCU in general.

For Venom, director Ruben Fleischer is focusing on Venom’s dark backstory and is intrigued by the “dark element” of Venom and “a wit that has always appealed” to him. Part of that is the dynamic between Venom and Brock, which is similar to a Jekyll-and-Hyde relationship, essentially exploring the quote: “You’re Eddie Brock. I’m the symbiote. Together we are Venom.” Possibly rated R and set to come out just a couple of weeks before Halloween, Venom — and especially Tom Hardy — will draw in horror fans and comic-book audiences alike.

 

 

 

 

Didn't know there was so much heat in the works

I really hope they do the Phoenix storyline justice, x3 totally butchered the fuck out of it. but seeing how they handled Apocalypse i'm not holding my breath

and yo Tom Hardy as venom

lmlmfelr]r

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I'm ready 

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On 21/01/2018 at 7:49 PM, Drift said:

I highly recommend watching the first one

YES!

On 22/01/2018 at 7:28 AM, Badman said:

Rah a sequel yeah?

c/s first one was tense!

Yo! The pacing was brilliant. 

Tense as fuck.

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https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/film/2018/mar/15/james-bond-danny-boyle-reveals-he-is-working-on-script-for-next-film

Danny Boyle working on the script for the new james bond, apparently he will direct it too. If this goes down it’ll be the only james bond film i’ve been hype for.

love his direction style, and bond really needs something new.

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Pmsl

A whole movie about blacks talking different at work?

 

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