I sincerely doubt that's the actual scene he was talking about.Cowabungaa said:Wait, so you don't want to say which scene made you shut your eyes, but you put the footage in anyway? Yeah that makes sense.
OH DEAR GOD PLEASE YES.Sandytimeman said:at the end of the movie Samuel L Jackson shows up and recruits him for the Avengers movie.
Bob Chipman isn't a critic in the artistic or literary sense, he's a pundit. If you want to know what a real critic is & the vital role they play in the arts I suggest you read Peter Brook. This is an excerpt from The Empty Space [http://austintheatre.blogspot.com/2005/12/peter-brook-on-job-of-critic.html]. It's just a small quote, but it gives you an insight into what one of the world's most respected theatre & film practitioners views as the role of the critic.Togs said:I think its beginning to dawn on me just how subjective (and therefore kinda useless) movie criticism is, I really dont get Bob's fanboying over Carnahan- to me at least his movies are bland and uninteresting.
I mean I found A team boring, A Team shouldnt be boring.