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I liked it but it felt like there was a lot more CGI and some of it didn't look great. After Fury Road I am willing to trust him but I was a bit concerned.

polq37 wrote:

I liked (and still like) Snyder's earlier movies, but something has changed. He's lost the ability to create dramatic tension in his storytelling. Everything post BvS just feels flat and dull. I watched half of Rebel Moon Part 1 and just couldn't bring myself to keep going. And, Rebel Moon is basically a Warhammer 40k novel in all but licensed IP - it should have been my kind of thing.

He needs to stop writing his movies.

Alien: Romulus | Teaser Trailer

The Fall Guy | Official Trailer 2

The Fall Guy is going to be amazingly silly.

Gives me very 80s action movie vibes, and I am all for it.

Rebel Moon Part 2 - THE SCARGIVERRRRRRRR!

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I'll watch Rebel Moon part two because it looks like they brought back seemingly abandoned characters from early part one that I really liked.

Though this part seems blatantly Snyder's take on Star Wars.

I mean. It looks like Snyder isn't the one to do it. But a Star Wars, WH40K mashup makes a lot of cents.

I'm going to prob watch it because I have a Netflix sub and I like the shots and design. But I do wish the characters and story were even a bit fleshed out.

Looks potentially awesome!

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That Beetlejuice trailer was rough. A little too reverential in tone given the original. We're going too far with nostalgia.

Who's he talking to? Dr. Melfi?

I'm low key disappointed. Seeing that movie title reminded me of The Dead Don't Die, which is a fun, understated 2019 horror comedy by Jim Jarmusch, starring Bill Murray, Adam Driver, Tilda Swinton, Chloe Sevigny, Steve Buscemi, Danny Glover, Selena Gomez, Austin Butler, Rosie Perez, Iggy Pop, RZA, Carol Kane, Tom Waits... need I go on? It's a fun watch.

Not a western directed by Aragorn, though...

BadKen wrote:

I'm low key disappointed. Seeing that movie title reminded me of The Dead Don't Die, which is a fun, understated 2019 horror comedy by Jim Jarmusch, starring Bill Murray, Adam Driver, Tilda Swinton, Chloe Sevigny, Steve Buscemi, Danny Glover, Selena Gomez, Austin Butler, Rosie Perez, Iggy Pop, RZA, Carol Kane, Tom Waits... need I go on? It's a fun watch.

Not a western directed by Aragorn, though...

This is a really fun movie.

muraii wrote:
BadKen wrote:

I'm low key disappointed. Seeing that movie title reminded me of The Dead Don't Die, which is a fun, understated 2019 horror comedy by Jim Jarmusch, starring Bill Murray, Adam Driver, Tilda Swinton, Chloe Sevigny, Steve Buscemi, Danny Glover, Selena Gomez, Austin Butler, Rosie Perez, Iggy Pop, RZA, Carol Kane, Tom Waits... need I go on? It's a fun watch.

Not a western directed by Aragorn, though...

This is a really fun movie.

Ehhh. With that cast and provenance, it should have been a whole lot better than it was. Only Lovers Left Alive is an earlier Jarmusch movie with Swinton and Hiddleston. It covers the same conceptual space (vampires instead of zombies), but it works a lot better as an art house comedy.

I guess I came into it with overly high expectations.

ranalin wrote:

Bad Boys ....

That looks pretty boring actually. I mean compared to other over the top action movies. I think the Fast and Furious franchise has kind of set a high bar.

That F&F bar is now at the mud level. It won't take much for Bad Boys to clear it.

Jack Gleeson is back!

Playing a bad guy too, from the looks of it.

H. Jon Benjamin doing the internal voice of a revenge seeking martial artist trained by Yayan Ruhian, is the movie I never realized I needed.

I really hope Monkeyman will still be in theaters when Boy Kills World comes out. I would absolutely love to see these two movies back-to-back.

Bill Skarsgard has been juicing.

This trailer has gotten to me. I was singing ‘Another one bites the dust’ as I fed the cat and made breakfast this morning.

I adore Alan Ritchson’s bizzare accent in this clip.

Cavill's whole Haka tongue thing makes me not want to watch it, even though the basic concept is attractive (I'm alway up for a WW2 Alastair MacLean type story)

It does feel a bit ott. Hopefully he’s not doing it as often as the trailer would make you think. I suspect it’s based on stories of the actual guy Cavill’s character is playing.